The Chair

The Chair — No dungeon should be without one
By Chuck

Metalbond gay male bondage 01I wish I had a dime for every time somebody asked me about The Chair. Heck, I’d maybe have a couple of dollars! They see the pics and imagine being strapped in it for a while. And having spent some (but not enough) time in it myself, I can say that it is a truly “refreshing” experience.
Metalbond gay male bondage 02The idea began after I built an electric chair for a Halloween display. That one was made from 2×4 scraps. Sure, it looked and worked OK, but it still looked like 2×4 scraps.
Metalbond gay male bondage 03So when I thought about spending a little more time on a chair for my dungeon, the first thing I did was to try to get away from the “lumber” look. I decided to use not 2x4s, but rather 2x3s for the material. I also stained it in a light color, so it looked more like an institutional finish and less like a waterbed frame.
Metalbond gay male bondage 04Also, I copied a slightly smaller chair’s dimensions so that the “condemned” would get a slight squeeze as he sat into it. There’s nothing like starting to feel confined even before the first strap is pulled into place.
Metalbond gay male bondage 05I’ve also made a few leather straps through the years, and early on I decided I wanted as much total immobilization as possible. This meant straps everywhere, including the neck, head and face. The final device for that proved to be a lucky combination. The head is held in place by straps on the top, sides, and chin. The 1.5-inch neck strap is very secure. Absolutely no head movement at all is possible, and the nose and forehead restraint make a perfectly light-tight blindfold as well.
Metalbond gay male bondage 06As you can see, several folks have enjoyed some time in The Chair. Hopefully there will be more to come.
Metalbond gay male bondage 07In the future, I plan on placing a few carriage bolts exposed on the seat, arms, legs and back, so that once the prisoner is tightly strapped in, his body will make contact with them. Then I can attach an electro box and make this a truly functioning electric chair. He’ll be firmly making contact to the bolts, and will be able to do nothing but sit there and enjoy (or not) the “treatment.”
And as they say, you can never have too many straps!


Metal would like to thank Chuck for sending in this information and the pictures. Chuck can be found on Gearfetish as Kuffed. He is Yossie’s collared pup, and he also stops over to see the fine folks at SeriousMaleBondage from time to time.

7 thoughts on “The Chair”

  1. That chair looks absolutely fantastic and the last pic gives a very good indication of just how many straps there are. On a practical matter, when it comes to strapping a guy into it it’s presumably the wrist and ankle straps that are fastened first, that way keeping the prisoner sufficiently immobile to allow the remaining straps to be fastened in an orderly manner..

    And it’s a idea brilliant for the future to introduce some electro stuff!!

    Well done, Chuck – and if I ever get to your part of the world I’d want to give it a try.

  2. Nice poste, very nice chair.
    You wouldn’t happen to have plans or even better an how-to for the building of this chair? :D

  3. Thanks for the nice comments about the chair. It’s not done yet; I plan on adding straps to the upper arm and thigh/waist/groin area.

    Also, if you look close, you can see a hole in the seat for an “access” point. The chair can be set on its back on the floor with the victim strapped in. What happens after that is up to anybody’s imagination.

    As far as building the chair, it’s a combination of woodworking, leathercraft, and good old high school shop class applications. To describe its construction would be lengthy; I’d suggest just taking some measurements and having at it.

    Please note the carriage bolts that hold the straps on. Their round head is very secure, but does not irritate the body part strapped next to it. Any part of the chair that is exposed also has these carriage bolts. I’ll also use carriage bolts for the electro contacts. Something to consider if you decide to build one.

  4. Chuck currently has his place up for sale. If you’re interesting in moving to that part of the U.S., he could probably be talked into sweetening the deal by including his chair as part of the purchase. But you’ll have to ask him and not the real estate lady, as I don’t think it is normally shown as part of the home tour.

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