Important Note. Due to the type of belt and the fact that it has not been fitted by Tollyboy Products, it is not possible to provide an anatomically correct to the wearer pre-shape. However the steel is tempered to render it easy to manipulate by hand to effect a fitting shape. The steel remains hardened with no loss of security.
The locking system supplied with the belt sets is unique to Tollyboy products, it offers very high security but is simple in concept. You will find it easy to use once you become familiar with the system. The first task is to unlock the waistband; the procedure for this is as follows.
Enter the appropriate key into the lock and turn anti-clockwise whilst maintaining a light inwards pressure. Continue to turn the key and you will observe that the lock is unscrewing revealing two anti-turn guide pins. Unscrew the lock till it disengages completely, approximately 5 to 7 turns will be required. Make sure you keep the lock parallel on the last two turns when almost clear of the guide pins, and avoid the tendency for it becoming cross-threaded.
The wearer should be naked to facilitate fitting, the belt is designed to fit next to the skin and no attempt should be made to wear it over under garments. Spring open the waistband just sufficient to slip it on to the waist and centralise it so that the guard hangs down the back and centrally between the legs. Close the waistband by engaging it's locking spigot and guide pins; it will be easier to do this if the wearer stretches her hands above her head in an attempt to reduce the waist to minimum. The waist band should be a snug fit on the waist and be in contact all the way round. This is where a degree of reshaping may be requited but in any case you will find that it will assume the shape of the waist after a reasonable period of wear. Make sure the wearer is stood with her legs well apart, swing the guard up between the legs and engage the top end with the locking spigot and guide pins. A word of warning, do not make any attempt to force the joint together by using the locks screwing action. If you have any difficulty in getting the waist band and guard to seat correctly, you may find that if the wearer lays flat on her back at this juncture it will alleviate the problem. This position allows the body mass to settle back into the waistband easing any pressure at the joint. When you are satisfied that the joint is aligned and seated correctly you are then ready to fit the lock. You will observe that the lock has a small T on the outer edge, it is important that the lock is always fitted with this flat at the top. Locate the lock on to it's guide pins and with the key inserted maintain light inwards pressure, turn the key clockwise and engage the threaded spigot. Make sure that the lock is parallel and does not become cross threaded, it should turn easily, if there is any significant resistance do not force it but start again. Continue to turn the key clockwise maintaining inward pressure until the lock is screwed fully home, this will vary between 5 to 7 turns. Remove the key once the lock becomes firm enough Do not over tighten it is not necessary and does not improve the security. Check that the guard is a snug fit and seated correctly, it is at this juncture that the need for shaping will be apparent to achieve this. When fitted correctly the labia lips will be forced to protrude through the vaginal slot and will always be framed by it no matter what position is adopted.
Experience has shown that the FB/100 can be worn without any ill effects, some bruising may occur during the initial period of wear but this will soon pass. The use of talcum powder is recommended. The wearer will probably complain of all sorts of problems, but the only valid one is if the skin is broken and this must be treated seriously. The key-holder should be able to leave the FB/100 in place with confidence once fitted correctly.
The FB/100 will come to no harm if immersed in water, but in practice you will find that a shower is more convenient than a bath. A detachable shower-head is ideal for washing out the guard while it is locked in position and negates the need to release it.
Note 1 Radial locks are designed to operate dry, do not lubricate with oil.
Note 2 The edging on the waistband is not glued in place. This is to make it easier to remove it for washing as the waistband collects the most perspiration and this seems to find its way into the glue used. The edging can just be peeled off washed and clipped back on.