The horns at the front of the cage prevent clothing (in blue) from pinching sensitive bits against the cage
Comfyne - verb
definition: To be comfortably confined
Where does Comfyne ship from?
All our products are made in Canada and ship from Toronto.
The exception is that keys and locks are sourced from China.
If you are outside of the US/Canada, be aware that you may be charged for customs/import tax, usually a similar amount to sales tax in your area. Unfortunately, we have no control over this.
How long will I have to wait for my order?
Each of our products is custom made from when it is ordered. The production process will take 5-10 days, after which it will be sent to shipping.
Shipping options are displayed at checkout, and this is how long it should take after the order has been sent.
Is shipping descrete?
Yep! We ship our products in a small white box, with nothing particularly identifying. If you're ordering from overseas, we may have to put in a customs declaration that will identify the items as "3D Printed Novelties"
Chastity cages as a whole are a use-at-your-own-risk, and Comfyne cages are no exception.
We thoroughly test our cages and do everything we can to ensure their safety, but each person is unique and may react differently to shapes and materials. If you notice any skin issues during use, including chafing, bruising, swelling, or other issues, please take a break at minimum, and seek medical attention if necessary.
We recommend trying the cage on for short periods (minutes or hours) for at least a week, before using it for a longer time.
We use a proprietary blend of resins to get the material properties right for cages, so they're strong, and also slightly flexible so they're resistant to cracking and damage. The resins we use are all certified with the ISO 10993-10 standard for skin-safe medical devices.
Our rings are made of Nylon 12
Help, the cage is stuck!
Our cages and rings are designed to have a tight friction fit to prevent pinching and wobbling between them.
Simply wiggle the cage and ring horizontally (not vertically), and they should release very easily.