What is Cellmate2? Male chastity gadget lets women zap their partner's penises

The sex toy, which can be controlled with Bluetooth and Internet, helps women lock their partner's penises, but comes with its own set of threats


                            What is Cellmate2? Male chastity gadget lets women zap their partner's penises
Chinese firm Quiu is coming up with a sequel to their sex toy called 'Cellmate' (Quiu)

Cheating boyfriends here's alarming news for you! A Chinese company named Quiu has built an app-controlled sex toy that lets people lock their partner's penises, in the literal sense. The said toy helps users gain full control of their partner's genitals which they can lock in a cage, and unlock when they want to. They can do all this with a click of a few buttons on their phones, despite being a million miles away from their partners. Sounds intriguing? Our advice is that you continue reading as this takes an unexpected turn. 

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What is the Cellmate aka electric penis cage?

According to the BBC, the Cellmate2 is a sequel to Cellmate Chastity Cage which was sold online for $190 dollars when it first launched. It was marketed as a way for owners to give their partners control over access to their bodies. According to a survey, 40,000 devices were sold and this was calculated on the basis of IDs that were granted by its Guangdong-based creators. The cage works on a lock-and-clamp mechanism. It's wirelessly connected to a smartphone via Bluetooth which is used to trigger the mechanism. A software sends commands to a computer server used by the manufacturer for the smooth functioning of this mechanism. 

Shortly after the launch, hackers discovered a way to find out the registered name of each device owner, including personal details among which the coordinates of the location where the app was being used. They were also able to discover the unique code which was assigned to each device. All this information was used to block requests to unlock any of the identified chastity locks leaving wearers locked in. These concerns were flagged to Quiu in May 2020 after which new updates and reprogramming activities were carried out. One online reviewer who got locked in said he was left with "a bad scar that took nearly a month of recovery". But this was due to an unrelated bug issue. The cage didn't come with a manual release and people had to resort to using tools like screwdrivers to free themselves but it did come with the danger of potential harm. 

What is the Cellmate2?

Quiu confirmed they were making the new product Cellmate2 recently, according to Sex Tech Guide. Rumors of the product being in the works first started to do the rounds on the Internet earlier in 2021. People suggested the new device could have electrostimulation capabilities which many on the Internet found dangerous. Quiu told the outlet that they were preparing for the new launch but they did not divulge any details. The product has yet to be sent to manufacture and the company said they were making last-minute "finalizations" to the device. The company already has released a product called Little Devil Shock Collar which helps an app user to deliver a shock to a person wearing the device around their neck. The company markets the product with the phrase, "Discipline your partner."

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