Oddo Leather: Why Buying Handcrafted Bondage Gear Matters

Bondage gear is a personal purchase and something you can’t take lightly. The world of bondage gear is bursting at the seams with manufacturers choosing to produce their items in China. The only problem with that is you often get what you pay for.

Oddo Leather takes enormous pride in creating premium, handcrafted bondage gear. Whether you’re curious about BDSM or a hardcore enthusiast, we’ve got gear for everyone. When outfitting yourself, or your partner there are a few things to consider.

  • Quality
  • Utility
  • Looks
  • Longevity

So, before you whip out your hard earned money, let’s take a peek at why buying handcrafted bondage gear is essential to not only your safety but your enjoyment while playing.

HANDCRAFTED BONDAGE & QUALITY CONTROL

Using poorly made bondage gear during a scene can be dangerous. For example, a partner wants to stop a scene and you can’t get the restraints off quickly can result in panic. That’s why Oddo Leather invests only in quality materials. We want to make certain your playtime is both safe and fun.

Here are a few things to look for before putting anything on your body.

  • Stitch quality. Is it reinforced and double stitched with high-grade threading? Are the threads coming apart or separating?
  • Look at the leather. Does it feel cheap? Sometimes, it’s not leather at all but a cheap imitation. Don’t be afraid to fully examine a product before buying. Take a look at their reviews if buying bondage gear online.
  • Rivets and hardware. Are they flush against the leather with reinforced backing?
  • Look for any defects with the buckles or D-rings.
  • Genuine leather will usually have slight defects and may vary in color or texture.

At Oddo Leather, we test and retest each product before it’s packaged and shipped. We invite questions and feedback anytime.

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