Manufactured by Sportsheets, The Sex and Mischief Satin Blindfold comes in red and black. For my review, I went with the beautiful shade of red. While I don’t think that this blindfold is going to appeal to those hardcore, advanced BDSM players, it will do fine for beginners. It’s not going to hold up to extremely rough nights, and there may be some issues of keeping it on and in the right place. However, it’s perfectly suitable for those who are interested in trying something new in the bedroom.
HINT: When I first started out with blindfolds like these, I had major problems keeping them on. I parted my hair horizontally in the back, about mid-scalp. I then let it fall over the elastic. It’s a great way to keep the blindfold from riding up in the back and exposing your eyes.
Material, Size & Design
The Sex and Mischief Satin Blindfold is made of polyester. The two bands attached to it are made of thin elastic. From the top to the bottom, the blindfold measures about 3 inches. The blindfold measures a little over 7.5 inches wide. The two elastic strips measure 14 inches across when un-stretched. When I stretched them out to their fullest capacity, they measure at 35 inches.
Cleaning, Maintenance, Packaging & Storage
The Sex and Mischief Satin Blindfold can be hand washed in lukewarm water with a tiny bit of gentle detergent. It can even be ironed at low temperatures. It came packaged in a small paper box with the words “Sex & Mischief” and “S&M” all over it. It also had a picture of a woman wearing the blindfold. I wouldn’t suggest this as suitable storage. It takes up too much space.