Our shipping times are between 5-15 working days from either confirmation of size, or final approval on your artwork, but can be a lot sooner. We do our best to everything out to you as soon as we possibly can so don't let those times scare you... that's really worst case scenario.
Please contact us before placing your order to make sure we can ship within your time-scale.
We do ask you to remember we are a small company and it's only us - Jason and Lorii - who work here so while we do need to sleep occasionally, we work silly hours to get everything out as quickly as possible :)
We send all our items using Royal Mail First Class Signed For to the UK and International Airmail Signed For to all destinations worldwide.
Current shipping prices are :
UK - £4.99 per order.
Some items cost less to post in the UK (T-shirts, Padlocks, etc.) so please contact if you'd like one of these items and we can organise an invoice for you direct.
USA/Rest of World - £9.49 - per order
PLEASE NOTE: SHIPPING RATE PROBLEM:
If you are in the UK but getting the US shipping rate on your shopping basket please contact us for a direct invoice. This is a mistake and we're doing our best to fix it as soon as possible. Thank you
Well the answer to that is almost anything! Words, pictures even photographs are possible. We'll work with you to come up with the perfect design, supplying proofs at each stage so you know what the finished design will look like.
We do advise you keep the text to about 200 characters or the words are too small to read. Plus we have to approve the suitability of any pictures or photographs. If you want we will be happy to check through a design before you place an order.
Just email us and try and describe in as much detail as you can what you mean and how you envisage the finished product to be. We can then let you know if firstly, it's possible to make... and secondly... how much it would cost.
Yes you can... a lot of our customers leave their collars on 24/7 including in the shower and swimming... so you really don't have a reason for taking it off :)
The collars are light enough that they really are incredibly comfortable to wear long term... to the point where you feel something is 'missing' when it's not there!
Although we haven't had them officially tested I wear a 4 mm Wraith S/S Band 24/7 and I come out in a rash just looking at most metals... I can't even wear hypo-allergenic jewellery... and my collar has not caused so much as a tiny itch.... after all this is one of the main reasons we made mine in the first place.
If you find you are allergic to stainless steel but are fine with aluminium then I'd suggest trying a pvc coated collar.
We keep complete records of all the components/products we buy so if you'd like to check on a particular material please feel free to contact us by email.
p.s. I'll keep which one of us wrote this a secret... I like to keep people guessing :)
Long term wear may cause the finish to dull a little due to a build up of product - perfume, etc.
If this happens you can bring the shine back by using a gentle metal polish and a soft cloth ... just make sure you remove all traces of the polish before wearing again or your may find the black metal residue rubs onto your skin or clothing.
Again long term wear may cause the finish to dull a little over time due to a build up of product - perfume, hairspray, etc.
If this happens you can bring the shine back to the metal lock using a gentle metal polish ... just make sure you remove all traces of the polish before wearing again or your may find the black metal residue rubs onto your skin or clothing.
The PVC can be cleaned with simple household spray polish and a soft duster.
The products on this site are for use by consenting adults as novelties and fashion accessories. Wyred Slave assumes no responsibility for unsafe, improper, or illegal use of these items.
Please be safe, sane, and consensual!
Using a extremely small, specialist size, allen key. It is worth noting that the screw that engages the lock does not need removing and so is unlikely to be lost. Below is a short movie of a collar being locked in place prior to a photo shoot with the resulting image at the end.
If you planned to start your own collar business I'm sure you can understand why we say no. We spent a long time perfecting these and as it's our own design we don't want other people selling them as theirs for their own business. You'd be upset if someone did the same to you.
If you genuinely only want a single lock to make a collar for your loved one, then sadly the answer is still no. Not because we are precious about our locks - although we are... very... - but because they are made around the rope and can't be made as a stand-alone item.