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Most Popular BDSM Collar Types

BDSM slave collars are very often the topic of lively discussion. Some people consider being owned and collared a public declaration of their relationships. Other people consider kink collars an obligatory part of D/s play. So what are these collars and why are they special? Let’s try to find out.

A BDSM collar or a sub collar is a device worn around the neck to indicate the submissive status of a person. They are usually made of a piece of leather outfitted with a metal D-ring. However, some people are more comfortable wearing a symbolic jewelry necklace or a choker instead. If you’re looking for a new leather collar for yourself or your submissive, browse the selection presented on the Anoeses website. We manufacture hard or soft leather collars for different types of BDSM experiences, plus, our collars feature different ring sizes.

BDSM Collars Types

If you are interested in collaring a submissive or being collared, you should be familiar with the main types of collars in BDSM play. There are six of them and each has its own meaning. 

Collars of Consideration

A new D/s relationship usually starts with a collar of consideration. Its meaning is literal. If a person is wearing this collar, it means that he or she is under consideration to become a submissive. It can be removed if the relationship doesn’t work, or changed into a permanent collar if both partners agree to take the relationship further. In fact, this collar is just the first step to other D/s collars. At the same time, many couples skip the collar of consideration and start with a training collar. 

Training Collars

A BDSM training collar is used when training a sub. It is a symbol that shows where the couple is in their D/s relationships. Once the dominant feels that the submissive is properly trained, they can move to the next type of collar. 

Protection Collars

A protection collar is an important symbol in BDSM play. It demonstrates not only ownership but also protection. When they see collared submissives, other single Dominants will assume that they already belong to someone else and leave them alone. Protection collars are much more serious than collars of consideration or training collars. Collaring your sub with a BDSM protection collar means you are taking responsibility for this person. And the collared sub in turn represents the Dominant who provides protection.

Play Collars

Play collars are the lightest and most relaxed accessories among all types of collars. These are typically kink collars subs wear during BDSM scenes. Even if some D/s couples do not use the collars mentioned above, they usually chose to include play collars in their sex. When a dominant puts this special collar around a submissive’s neck, it means a kinky play is about to begin. 

Day Collars

Day collars are the ideal choice for the subs who really enjoy being collared. These are usually pieces of jewelry that are suitable for everyday wearing and don’t provoke awkward questions. In fact, the meaning of a day collar is known only by the dominant and the submissive. Some subs even prefer buying several collars that fit different styles of clothing instead of giving up that important symbol of their D/s relationship. 

Permanent Collars

The last and the most serious type of collar is a permanent collar. It usually secures the permanent status of the D/s relationship. For some couples, it is as serious as a wedding ring. Many people prefer permanent collars that are outfitted with a locking mechanism. Usually, only the Dom has the key to the collar. At the same time, a permanent collar can be as simple as a piece of jewelry that the sub never takes off, too. Taking off this collar is a serious step. It usually means that the relationship is over. Sometimes, it can just mean that the couple takes a break from the D/s side of their relationship.


Some D/s couples take collars extremely seriously, for some this is just a fun part of their kinky play. The key is to discuss the meaning of BDSM collars for you and your partner in advance to avoid misunderstandings. 

FAQ

What does a collar symbolize?

A BDSM collar is meant to show subservience, devotion, and ownership. It is also a symbol of the lifestyle you are into. Some D/s couples take collars as seriously as wedding bands, for others, they just adds fun to BDSM sessions.

What is an eternity collar?

An eternity collar is often looked at as a symbol of devotion intended for permanent wearing. It is usually made of some type of metal and locked with an Allen screw or other instrument. 

What does an O-ring choker mean?

O-ring chokers are collars that are outfitted with one large ring. These collars are often made of leather and the ring is intended for convenient fastening. If the submissive wears this collar, it means that the couple has a permanent, steady relationship. 

What is an ownership collar? 

An ownership collar is often called a slave or a formal collar. The accessory means that the submissive is owned by a Master. These collars cannot be taken off just at any moment, and they are received by submissives only after they have completed their training. 

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