Your fetish dungeon & playspace furniture

Have you ever thought of kitting out the spare room or garage with slings, restraints, leather beds, a rim seat, fuck machines, corporal punishment bench, or a St Andrew’s Cross? What about painting the walls black and installing steel hooks and leather everywhere?

Gay sex furniture and dungeon equipment is a lot cheaper than most people realise. You can find slings for as little as a couple of hundred dollars/euros – that’s less than a pair of leather chaps.The current trend is for smaller, mobile versions of common play equipment. Most can be packed away under the bed or popped into the boot of your car– bringing fetish furniture to the masses, wherever they are.


There is so much variety and choice that you can let your wildest and most perverted imagination loose. If you cannot find what you desire in a store or online, there are companies which are geared to make whatever you want to your bespoke design. If you have a spare room, garage, or shed then you can go to town on your play space. For the hugenumber of urban gays who are short of space or need equipment that can be packed away when Aunt Flo comes to stay – there are the portable options. These are also ideal for the fetish pig who travels a lot to fetish events and circuit parties and wants to take their favourite equipment with them.

The original and best place to look for sex play furniture is the UK-based Fetters. Established in 1978, Fetters is probably the world’s longest running bondage equipment maker. It just beats Mr S by a few months. 

Fetters started in London but moved to much bigger premises in Warwickshire. It now boasts a very impressive and atmospheric 185 square metre (2000 square feet) showroom. You can walk straight in, no appointment necessary.This one-stop BDSM superstore was taken over by the Regulation group which now stocks many of the Fetters fetish furniture products in their shops.


Written by Paul Stag

Paul is an international porn star and a long time editor for Alphatribe magazine.


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