1. The Toybag Guide to Basic Rope Bondage by Jay Wiseman

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      1. The Toybag Guide to Basic Rope Bondage by Jay Wiseman

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    1. Product Description

      Condensing the basics of rope bondage into a pocket sex book, Jay Wiseman's Guide to Basic Rope Bondage is filled with tips and tricks to help you tie elegant knots and create effective rope bondage restraints at home with your partner.

      With over 35 years of bondage experience, Jay Wiseman was one of the early pioneers of the BDSM community in San Francisco. Working as an author, educator and workshop leader, he has taught bondage workshops in more than 70 cities around the world and acquired a wealth of applied knowledge.

      In this pocket guide to bondage, Wiseman provides light-bite advice accompanied by black and white photographs to help you learn some basic rope bondage techniques to get your experimentation underway.

      Discussing the issues of safety, consent and working with longer lengths of rope as a prelude, the book moves onto the more practical side of bondage with lessons in knot tying and creating restraints including cuffs, spreadeagles and hogties.

      For curious experimenters, a section regarding bondage with household objects and how to best clean your ropes provides thoughtful reading. You can even learn tricks to help you make untying your partner easy work.

      The perfect accompaniment to your first length of bondage rope, this mini guide to bondage will help you to master basic techniques and is ideal for bedroom bondage beginners.

      Key Features:

      • Beginner's guide to rope bondage by expert Jay Wiseman
      • Covers the basics of DIY rope restraints, including step-by-step instructions on making knots
      • Learn how to tie up and tease your lover in a safe and fun way
      • Illustrative black and white photography helps you learn each knot
      • Perfect for couples beginning to experiment with Shibari rope
    1. Customer Reviews

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    1. Nice Little Basic Rope Bondage Book

      Reviewed: 12 October 2013 by MissTig, a Bisexual Married Female

      This book is written in a friendly conversational manner which I enjoyed. There is quite a big section on risks and safety precautions which I found to be a lot of common sense but I can see the importance of including it for beginners.

      It covers basic knots and then goes into single/double leg cuffs and uses of these. It also shows you how to use these to create simple harnesses and hogties.

      We found the instructions easy to follow with clear pictures (all in black and white, perhaps a little dated). It was useful but to be honest I was hoping for a little bit more. Maybe some more examples with different restraint ideas or a little more information on harnesses/hogties. But then it does say 'Basic Rope Bondage' so maybe I'm not being fair.

      All in all, it's a nice little book for beginners just starting out with ropes.

    2. Overall Rating
      8 out of 10 stars
      Nice clear instructions with pictures.
      Short and sweet, could of done with a little more information.
      Bottom line
      A nice little beginners guide.
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    1. Perfect little book for basic rope restraints

      Reviewed: 05 February 2013 by Lady Ness, a Bisexual Engaged Female

      If you are looking for a basic starting book which offers an non-intimidating approach to rope bondage, then this is a handy guide. The pocket size book is perfect for slipping into a weekend bag along with everything you need for an adventure into rope bondage.

      The book is filled with helpful safety tips, to ensure that your rope bondage plays out well. Offering advice on how to avoid those panic inducing moments in a down to earth way, the book is more about how to look after your rope, yourself, and play partner.

      There are a few simple tips and tricks on knotting, which is perfect for those who aren't looking for overly complex decorative rope work. The step-by-step instructions focus mostly on how to restrain your lover effectively, safely, and simply.

      Overall, if you are looking for a book on tips on simple restraint rope techniques, then this is the right book for you. However, if you are after something more complex and in-depth, then you may find this guide a tad basic.

    2. Overall Rating
      8 out of 10 stars
      Lot's of handy safety tips, pocket size, easy to read.
      Personally would've like a few more harness step-by-steps.
      Bottom line
      Great little book for any looking for basic restraint information.
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    1. Basic and boring

      Reviewed: 08 December 2015 by Naughty Miss K, a Bisexual Going Steady Female

      Over the past year I have been learning rope bondage, going from a complete newbie to now doing full self-suspensions.

      I found this book boring and dated in it's layout and appearance and really not inviting to read.

      I read half and skimmed through the rest (my interest was rapidly going!) and whilst it does have some very basic but useful information in it, it has a lot less information in it than I was hoping for.

      Overall, I'd suggest looking at other books for information!

    2. Overall Rating
      4 out of 10 stars
      Some useful information.
      Dull and outdated appearance, less information than expected.
      Bottom line
      There are better reads with more information for your money.
    3. 3 people found this review helpful. Was this review helpful to you? Yes