'The Beast' exclusive by
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- Order number: MWP588.sw-Gbd
This long paddle is one of our – if not the – most vicious instrument!
The Beast certainly will even satisfy those, who never seem to get enough. Therefore it is also to be used with the utmost caution!
The fatal effect results from the combination of stiffness and flexibility, as well as the weight and length of this instrument.
The Beast is comprised of two layers of our bridle leather, which by themselves already give it a considerable weight. This is made even heavier by a flexible metal bar worked between the layers. This metal bar is responsible for the special combination of stiffness and flexibility of this instrument.
The final touch is the forked tongue of The Beast giving it an additional possibility of intensifying the impact, if the instrument hits the object with that part.
As harsh as The Beast is for the person receiving it, it is enjoyable for the active partner.
The ergonomically shaped handle lets the instrument lay in your hand very pleasantly and allows for precise handling.
The long sword like appearance of The Beast and the knowledge of its dire consequences gives the person using it an exceptional feeling of power and superiority.
But heed this very sincere word of caution:
The usual safety rules concerning vulnerable parts of the body apply especially for this instrument!
The Beast is only suitable for advanced players and never for beginners!!!
For the production of 'The Beast' we use our heavy English saddle leather (please see additional information below) in the following colour combinations:
- NEW: black with a grey stitching on the handle (pictures will foloow!)
- black with burgundy handle
- burgundy with black handle
- mahagony with london handle
A hand strap from soft nappa leather is worked into the end of the handle.
Length approx. 58 centimetres
Width approx. 25 to 45 millimetres
Length of hand strap approx. 20 centimetres
Weight approx. 250 grams
Our heavy English saddle leather is an especially high-quality drum dyed leather and has a thickness of approximately 4,5 to 5 millimetres.
The surface is not covered with insoluble pigments, but natural, providing a particularly pleasant grip and feel.
Over time it becomes softer, rather than harder (in contrast to cheap belt leather, which turns hard and brittle after a while).
This leather benefits from a little dubbing from time to time; oil, however should not be used, as due to the naturally retained surface it could change the colour of the leather.