Leather Corsette Flog-Her Flogger Review

July 25th, 12   •   Posted by Mistress Kay   •   No Comment
Leather Corsette Flog-Her Flogger

Leather Corsette Flog-Her Flogger

The Leather Corsette Flog-Her Flogger is a leather flogger made by Ruff Doggie Styles and sold by Eden Fantasys. It comes in a red and black design, and it’s about three feet in length (this is a long flogger!) It has twelve seperate tails, and the handle is made from wood. The flogger features a hanging strap at the base of the handle for hanging as well, but the strap is large enough to fit a wrist if that’s how you prefer to use it.

AS AN IMPORTANT NOTE: My flogger does not match the pictures that EF currently has up of the flogger. On the handle, all of my leather is black (as you can see) versus the red leather that the EF one has displayed. Along with this, the hanging strap is black instead of red. I’m not sure if the entire product line has changed or I just got a weird one, but I actually think I’m more fond of the black leather than the red leather, to be honest.

The Leather Corsette Flog-Her Flogger doesn’t come with any particular packaging. Like most Ruff Doggie Styles items, it has a small tag on the hanging strap, but that’s about all it has. It’s easy to tear off before your first use.

Leather Corsette Flog-Her Flogger

Showing the detailing in the tails

The handle of this flogger is pretty unique. As you can see, it has a little “corset” looking design on the flogger which is basically some string threaded between different holes along the handle. If you unthread the holes, it looks like the outer-most layer might come off, so keep that in mind. The top tie of the flogger does come undone pretty easily during use, so make sure to keep it tied with a double-knot or glue it if it coming undone will bother you. (It bothers me)

The tails of the flogger are definitely unique. It’s one of the more stand-out parts of the flogger. The flogger consists of multiple tails (it looks be 12 different tails) and each tail is mostly braided. You can see the pretty black/red colored braids in the pictures. However, at the end of each strand, you can see the black thread that ties off the braid (very sturdy thread, and we’ve had no issue with any of the threads unraveling!), and from there, each one of the tails splits into four different little pieces of leather. So, in total, you’ll have 48 different little pieces of fabric hitting you. The leather is softened and very, very light.

Leather Corsette Flog-Her Flogger

Showing how the very end of the tails look

Something that is pretty noticable right away is that the handle is pretty HUGE. The handle in itself is slightly over a foot long. When I made my “first” flogger, I accidentally made the handle a foot long, and just like in this instance, a flogger looks a bit ridiculous with such a huge handle. You’ll end up ignoring half of the handle of the flogger when using it. If you hold towards the tails-end of the handle, you get a bit easier handling, but if you hold towards the butt-end, it just seems more comfortable (to me). I wish the handle was shorter because this long handle really makes no sense to me. The only thing that IS good about it is that, because of the weight/length of the handle, you actually can find a balance spot to hold the flogger on the handle where both the flogger handle and tails weight the same which means it will balance. As many people believe this to make it easier to handle, this might be a plus for you.

Handling this flogger is not something I’d recommend to the beginner. There’s nothing too inherently hard about this flogger, but because of the long length and the long handle, those two things put together make it more difficult to handle than shorter floggers. Along with that, it does require that you have some pretty decent space in the area you’ll be using it because of how much space it requires to swing. In our old apartment, there’s no way I would have been able to use this, but with this new one, I have a good two/three feet around me that makes this comfortable to use. So, for beginners, I’d say this is a definite no-go just because of how unwieldy it is.

Leather Corsette Flog-Her Flogger

Showing how the handle of this flogger looks

As for actual swinging, though, the tails do a really good job of moving together and not tangling up. As long as you have the space so the tails don’t tap anything, with wide swings, this flogger is pretty manageable to handle if you know how to handle a flogger. You could even gather up the tails and use a one-handed strike (like a whip) with the long length of the tails. With minimal room, though, handling it gets more difficult because it just doesn’t have the room it needs to swing around.

When it comes to how they feel, it actually doesn’t have much sting to it. I was surprised, and I expected more sting, but they really don’t. If you hit with the tips (like you’re supposed to), it does feel like “something”, but there isn’t much pain or sting to it. HOWEVER, if you mis-aim and end up hitting with the braided portion instead of the tips, that’s when you can start to get some pain and sting with it. If you only hit with the tips, though, it tends to feel just.. “there”. Not really thuddy, but not really stingy either.

Overall, if you have some experience handling floggers and like the look of the Leather Corsette Flog-Her Flogger, I think it’s a pretty decent flogger. It’s not “absolutely-amazing”, but it is a decent quality, looks really, really sexy, and perfect pretty decently as long as you know what you’re doing. Thanks to EdenFantasys for providing this leather flogger for the Leather Corsette Flog-Her Flogger review. To save 15% off of your total purchase, use the EdenFantasys coupon code “EP4” at checkout.




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