Switzerland In December – Scene 23 – HD 720p

Here’s another cool video from our trip to Switzerland at the end of 2019. This video features a very heavy rubber sleepsack from BlackStore. I think I posted a similar video of this sleepsack, from our same trip, earlier on in this series. But in any case, it’s a very cool sleepsack and it’s worth showing again in this second video. The sleepsack made of heavy rubber that I would say is around 3/16 inch thick. Some people in our group referred to the thickness as 4mm. Regardless of the gauge, you can see the thickness by looking at how the rubber folds and creases. In other recent videos we have shown rubber straitjackets made of the same gauge material. It’s my belief that if the rubber gauge is much thicker it becomes unmanageable. I think it would no longer conform to the body. I’m not saying that we should avoid making gear out of a heavier gauge of rubber, I’m just not sure it would be practical. However, please let me know if you see any gear made of thicker rubber. This video was shot in the studio of RubNGum which is located an hour of so outside of Zurich. RubNGum runs a retail website BlackStore where this sleepsack and the heavy rubber straitjackets can be purchased. In this video, SFDom and our friends zip and strap RubNGum in the sleepsack, and then using more straps to buckle him down to the padded table. The straps are made from the same heavy rubber as the sleepsack. Notice how RubNGum’s arms are slipped into rubber sleeves inside the sleepsack. If you are unfamiliar with sleepsacks, they all have some kind of internal sleeves which hold your arms at your sides once the sleepsack is closed. These sleeves are very exciting because they don’t allow you to use your hands or arms at all, and they keep your arms at your sides so there is absolutely no possibility of escape. I love this idea and whoever thought of this idea deserves a prize.

Format: mp4
Duration: 19:46
Video: 1280×720, AVC (H.264), 4868kbps
Audio: 309kbps



File size: 750.4 MB

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