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Spreader Bars

 

Definition

Spreader Bars - is a physical restraint used in bondage play. It is a stiff bar typically two to three feet (sixty to ninety cm) long with attachment points for restraints at each end. They may include extra attachment points along their length for collars, suspension play, or as anchoring points for ropes or chains. Not all spreader bars are designed to take the weight of a person however.

Some spreader bars can telescope so their length can be varied. Such bars are usually less strong than ordinary ones.

Worn on the wrists, a spreader bar serves to hold the arms spread away from the body. On the ankles, or between the knees, it immobilizes the wearer by preventing all but the most awkward walking while spreading the legs and allowing free access to the wearer's crotch. A pair of spreader bars may hold the wearer in a spreadeagle position. If there are bars between the knees and between the ankles, the wearer may be forced to bend their knees, making walking even harder.

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