Cellmate 2 penis chastity cage adds electric shock and ‘hardcore’ mode

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What could yet measure up to be 2022’s most controversial sequel has arrived in the form of the Cellmate 2, a penis chastity cage device that can administer electric shocks to the wearer’s genitals, with the shocks controlled by an app.

The original Cellmate chastity device, sold by the Chinese Qiui company, sparked controversy when it was revealed that security flaws potentially allowed the devices to be controlled by hackers. Thankfully, those vulnerabilities were addressed before reports of any penises being held hostage inside compromised Cellmates surfaced.

Following months of internet rumours, Qiui has revealed details of the Cellmate 2, its most notable ‘upgrade’ being the introduction of an electric shock function. It can also be worn and charged simultaneously now.

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The Cellmate 2 can be charged up while it’s being worn

The device can give an electric shock to the genitals of the wearer, with the type and power of the shock controlled via Qiui’s extremely poorly-reviewed app when paired with the device.

The app can be programmed to deliver shocks at specific times, with Qiui suggesting that users might want to “use it as an alarm clock!”

The Cellmate 2 is marketed at the BDSM community, in which consensual submission and the administering of pain are part of healthy sexual relationships, as long as all the people involved are taking part willingly and safely. Even in this context, some may find the Cellmate 2’s new ‘hardcore’ mode controversial.

Qiui says that the hardcore play mode allows the wearer to, “completely submit yourself to your dominant with totally no control over your device from your app setting”. Helpfully, Qiui adds the warning to “Play with care!”

When rumours of the Cellmate 2 first circulated, Kyle Machulis, creator of the Buttplug.io open source sex toy website resource, tweeted that Qiui “should never be allowed to produce hardware again, much less BDSM hardware”.

“Do not bother showing up in my mentions with ‘But what if they make it safe?’. That is not a thing that can happen,” he added.

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The Cellmate 2, pictured when online rumours about its release circulated in 2021

For those willing to ignore such warnings, the Cellmate 2 will be available as both a ‘long’ (120mm length) and ‘short’ (100mm) version, with both models priced at 260 Singapore Dollars (US $190). Qiui lists the devices online for pre-order, but its website does not currently allow orders to be completed if you try.

SEXTECHGUIDE.COM has asked Qiui to confirm when and where the Cellmate 2 will be available to order, not that we’re necessarily suggesting that the purchase of a penis-zapping device— the predecessor of which has a history of security flaws— is a particularly great idea.

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