Braided Cat O Nine Tails Whip (QU01582)


Braided Cat O Nine Tails Whip
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The Braided Cat o’ Nine Tails is a high quality cat o’ nine (sometimes called cat of nine) tails whip with a long, exquisitely braided and flexible whip handle. Each cone-shaped, slim tail is braided from 4 belts of slightly rigid but still pliant 1.2 mm. thick leather. The long handle makes the hit easier to confine to a small area, while the tails follow the trajectory of the grip, so that a blow from the Braided Cat O’ Nine Tails whip is very precise. Because it is easily handled, this whip is appropriate for those with less experience, as well as seasoned handlers who are looking for a good quality cat o’ nine tails whip to add to their collection.

A blow from a braided flogger is unique in that each tail spreads out to strike at the same time, making for more contact with your target. The lower overall weight of the Braided Cat O’ Nine Tails whip results in a hit that affects mainly the top layer of skin and the uppermost layer of muscle underneath. This whip has a somewhat light touch – more of a stinging and lacerating strike verses a hard and heavy flogging feeling.

 •36in/91.4cm in Total Length
 •14.5in/36.8cm Tails
 •18.5in/47cm Handle
 •3in/7.6cm Fall
 •7in/17.8cm Wrist Loop
 •Weighs approximately 8 oz.

Safety and Usage

Whips should only be handled by an experienced handler. You will hit yourself on the head, arms and back while practicing, please seek out a professional for training so you don’t do any permanent damage to yourself or loved ones. If you are going to practice on your own, use proper safety gear; goggles, wide brim hat and a scarf or other neck protector. Those who practice flagellation should start with a soft flogger to warm up the skin and muscles. Paper targets are best to start with.

To keep your whip in shape and ensure that it has a long life, take care of it. The worst thing you can do is to get it dirty and wet. Both dirt and water will damage the whip and ruin it quickly. On the other hand, not all leather oils are good for your whips; they are designed to soften leather and keep it moist -- which is not a good idea, as we’ve already pointed out. If you want to break in your whip, just use it.