I can't add much,the main problems have already been said,and often by users wearing these a lot,while I only have to wear these part-time...
Ines About security, I disagree with you, they are very useful.
Taz it is possible to manoeuvre a band below the knee
Possible,but far from easy,I think.
Silicone,for My-Steel.Not sure for NeoSteel,however.
Taz Ok so rattling chains and sharp bulky locks seem to be some of the first problems I should be thinking about.
Not sure for the wearers!; )
Taz may have to look more at this.
It can,at least,be a start to think about.
Angelina if i don't want to be noticed in public i have to encase the chains in rubber, something could be done about that
As I only wear these at home,it don't impact me much,but yes,its would be good if these make less noise.
Taz when bending or sitting the front support gets shorter, the rear support gets longer but I guess not by the same amount.
Which could be very uncomfortable.
Joh o withstand tools is another class.
But if cut,it would be noticed immediately.
Joh As far as I see all women who wears thigh bands wear skirts during this time or be at home. To get the thigh bands on and off would following idea work?
The connection to the CB to hold the thigh band could have an end-device which could only fit in an opening at the waist band from top. At the thigh band would be a look where the cable is connected and hold the band in place. Also it prevent that you move the cable up to get it out of the opening in the waist band.
The fastening system can turn out relatively flat in opposition to a lock. The lock on the thigh bands is hidden by the skirts during the day and at night it does not matter how thick it looks.
To get the thigh bands off you open the lock at the thigh bands remove them and push up the connection cable out of the belt.
Seems a good idea.