Peekaboo Hot Pink Dance Pole Kit Review

May 31st, 11   •   Posted by Mistress Kay   •   6 Comments
Peekaboo Hot Pink Dance Pole

All of the pieces of the kit laid out

Ever since we’ve had the chance to move out of our parent’s houses, Jor and I have really wanted a stripper pole. Now, we understand that removable poles don’t hold the same weight or anything as a screwed in pole, but just the fact of being able to do erotic dance around the pole just seemed like a great compromise for the both of us. It could go up when we wanted to play, and it could come down whenever we were expecting company. Because of this, when Adult Sex Toys offered to let me review this stripper pole, I was amazingly excited and agreed right away.

The Peekaboo Hot Pink Dance Pole Kit is a neat pole made from Peekaboo Palace. It comes with the pole (in three pieces), some adjustment pieces, an instruction book, an instructional DVD, and a carrying/storage bag. The pole can either be screwed into the ceiling or can be temporarily put into place. When temporarily placed, the weight limit is 220 pounds. When screwed into the ceiling, the weight limit is 265 pounds. However, I recommend staying under these weight limits for optimal safety.  The stripper pole should only be placed under a joist in the ceiling – whether screwed in or temporarily placed – otherwise, it could cause structural damage to the ceiling. The stripper pole can only be used in ceilings of up to 8 feet and 6 inches in height.

Peekaboo Hot Pink Dance Pole

A snapshot of how the instructions are

The strength and ability of the pole will really depend on where you decide to put it up. The pole really does work best with wood or concrete ceilings and floors. The dance pole doesn’t work quite as well if you put it up on carpeted floors – it tends to slide around and can’t really hold the exact amount of weight it claims to. We put it up in a place that had plaster-textured ceiling without any idea of what would happen. Well, it turns out that, when you put it up with so much pressure touching the ceiling, the texture actually melded itself to the top of our stripper pole. We are now missing a large chunk of our ceiling decorated plaster because of it. It just peeled off when the pole came down. However, it didn’t injure the pole at all – it just peels off of the pole. It’s not that big of a deal since Wal-Mart sells decorative plaster for our ceiling, so we’ll just end up repainting it to make up for the hole. It was a surprise though when we noticed that our ceiling had come off with the pole though, so that’s something to remember if you have a textured plaster ceiling like most apartments do.

Peekaboo Hot Pink Dance Pole

The top half of the stripper pole

Once it’s up, we were actually really fond of the pole. It made for a nice conversational piece with our friends, and if you have parties (we don’t), you could use it to spark some friendliness and get everyone to loosen up. A stripper pole can also be used for some nice exercise.

This kit doesn’t come with any sort of instructional manual about any sort of tricks. It only comes with instructions on how to assemble the pole. The DVD and booklet both include how to assemble the pole – nothing else. To learn specific tricks, you may want to take a special class or check out the The Art of Pole Dancing book.

Peekaboo Hot Pink Dance Pole

The bottom half of the stripper pole

Most people will wonder if this will hold up to tricks. I’d say that yes, it will easily hold up to tricks if you are well under the weight limit and if you use it on the proper ceiling and floor types. We had it on uneven ceiling and carpeted floor which didn’t give it the stability it really needed, but Jor (150 pounds) was still able to hang off of it and swoop in circles without the pole coming loose. He didn’t try any air tricks though since he doesn’t know them, and I wouldn’t let him. He could jump around and pull it though and it didn’t come off – and that’s with carpet and our ceiling, so if you do this in a basement or somewhere strong, I’d imagine you could definitely do real tricks.

Peekaboo Hot Pink Dance Pole

To show the seam where the pieces fit together

Something to keep in mind is that this pole doesn’t spin. It’s a stationary pole. I don’t know much about poles, but if that’s a preference of yours, it’s something to consider. The pink also stays on the pole with no way to remove it. Even with messing around with the pole and attempting to take off the paint, the pink paint seems to stay on pretty nicely.

There are the three seams in the pole that can be a little uncomfortable if your hands line up with the seam when you attempt to do a trick. However, once you get used to using the pole, you shouldn’t really have much of a problem with unconsciously remembering where those seams are and avoiding doing something with your hands. The placement of the seams really doesn’t seem to get in the way of where most people would place their hands.

Peekaboo Hot Pink Dance Pole

Showing the ruler that's printed onto the stripper pole

Assembly, which I saved for last, was actually pretty easy as well. I thought it would be harder than it was, but within ten minutes, Jor had the pole up. Within four minutes (our second time putting it up), Jor had the pole up for the video. We only keep it up temporarily since we live in an apartment, but even putting it in permanently shouldn’t take more than a half an hour as long as you have the proper tools and another person to help.

There are really only eight steps to putting the pole up without screwing it into the ceiling. You can see them step-by-step with Jor doing them int he included video, but I’ll go through them now in case you don’t want to watch the video. If you have a concrete ceiling, you can put the pole where you want. If you have plasterboard (like we do and most apartments do), you have to find a joist to place the stripper pole under.

From there, you place the bottom pole piece into the bottom floor holder. You then slide the middle piece onto the top of the bottom piece. After having placed the ceiling pole older onto the top of the top pole piece, you slip the top pole piece onto the middle piece. From there, you use a ladder (or if you’re Jor, you’re tall enough to do it yourself) to twist the top piece in circles since it elevates the height of the pole. Once you’ve hit the elevation of your ceiling, you twist the bottom-most piece of the stripper pole in circles to finely tune the height of your pole.

Before you start off with the moves, you should then make sure the pole can hold your weight by pulling on the pole and leaning away from it slowly adding more weight as you do. If that passes, you place your hands up near the top of the pole and slowly start to support your weight by only your arms to pull down on the pole and make sure it’s assembled correctly. If both of those pass, start off with some small/light tricks to test the strength of the pole before you start jumping into air work.

I’m actually pretty fond of our Peekaboo Hot Pink Dance Pole Kit. While we don’t take it out too often, I like the option to tear it back down when we are done. Because we are living in an apartment at this stage in our life, we also don’t hurt the ceiling which is a plus. It allows both of us to be able to use a stripper pole as a striptease prop as well as something to use for exercise and practicing being sexy. It’s something that is fun for dancing around and on, and it really raises self-esteem. (At least, in our case) I’m really fond of it, and I’m excited that we own it. This sex toy store carries stripper poles, so purchase the Peekaboo Hot Pink Dance Pole Kit today. While you are at their website, look at the rest of their selection of sex furniture.

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