Impact

Floggers, paddles, canes and crops - Max has one of the largest and lushest range of leather, neoprene, metal and wood BDSM toys and impact tools in all of the big, bad Inner West. We take great pride in our BDSM wall of goods at Max, so if you take pleasure in punishment and are in the market for some new extreme sex toys or restraints, you’re in the right place.

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Max stocks only the best quality handcrafted brands, like Wild Hide, Tantus, and Model Traitor, with the finest craftsmanship from all over the globe. Our paddles, whips and floggers are available in leather, rubber, and neoprene, and in a variety of colours, like red, purple and black. Plus, we stock discipline canes and crops with plenty of bite in wood, bamboo and hard plastics. Not into leather? We stock vegan BDSM goods, so come-in and ask about our non-leather and (animal) cruelty-free kink toys, or feel free to pop in and feel the excellent quality of our range in the flesh.

 

Extreme Toys and Punishment Play

If you’re fresh to this kind of play, our staff know a thing or two and will be happy to help you out with the perfect product, or how to negotiate impact play with your partner/s for the first time. Please note: All BDSM and impact play should be entered with sensitivity and conversation. Remember, it is not good BDSM unless it is consensual!

 

Bondage equipment and Need to Knows:

  • Discipline and Impact play fall under BDSM, a type of play that can develop trust and intimacy within relationships, and explore different power dynamics between people.
  • Discipline and Impact play, including extreme sex toys, are a whole lot of fun (and pleasurable pain), but making sure everyone feels secure and safe is imperative. Always talk to your play mate/s and consider a safety word or action before starting your scene.
  • There are physical do’s and don’ts when it comes to impact and discipline. Make sure you’re across general safety and never strike on kidneys, joints, the spine or neck. Choose tools that allow you to exert control relative to your experience (ie shorter floggers for newer masters).
  • It’s important to understand that when starting any kind of BDSM relationship, as simple as it may seem, it needs to be discussed and talked about with your partner/s. Remember, if it isn’t consensual, it isn’t BDSM play. Safe words, nonverbal communication and other pre-play decisions mean less ambiguity and more immersion in your scene. Building pain sensation can be more conducive to consensually pushing boundaries, rather than going too hard too fast.

 

We have a huge range of books on all areas of BDSM and power play, or come in-store and chat to one of our staff members for more info and about how you can approach these areas with your partner/s.