The amount of positions for which I have used my Flip Ramp keeps expanding. Every time I pull it out, I find some new way to use it. Inside of the box it came in, Liberator included their position guide, which shows some of the obvious ones.
Another thing I love using the Flip Ramp for is giving my partner a blow job. It’s always been difficult for me to find a position that works well for extended periods of time. When he’s laying down, I have to hold myself up and of course, my wrists give up and I can only stay there for a couple of minutes. When I’m laying down and he’s leaning over me, I don’t like the lack of control I have. However, the Flip Ramp gives me the perfect place to lay. When it’s unfolded, I can lay on it with my head and chest over the top curve. My partner kneels behind the Flip Ramp and he’s perfectly lined up with my head. I’m not trying to support my own weight and I can focus on him instead of worrying about when I’m going to fall down.
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I recently discovered it also makes an excellent pedestal for my Liberator BonBon. I had been having issues using the BonBon due to it’s size. I just couldn’t find a way to kneel over it, but that’s a story for another review. I got fed up and set it on top of my folded Flip Ramp and, lo and behold, it was the perfect height for me to stand over and use. The microfiber of the BonBon and the Flip Ramp keeps it from sliding around in use. Now I have pretty great leg day workout.
Aside from the BonBon, the Flip Ramp also pairs well with my Liberator Whirl. It can be placed at the end of the Flip Ramp to work as a headrest or a knee rest, depending on how you’re laying. I can’t wait to get more pieces to see what other combinations I can come up with.
Hell, my Flip Ramp comes in handy in my day to day life. I use it when I lay in bed and read. I’ve set it next to my dogs kennel and slept on it next to her while she was sick. Folded as an ottoman, it’s been used as extra seating when I have friends over. I did some research before buying my biggest piece of Liberator furniture and the Flip Ramp won out over the traditional Ramp for many reasons. I liked the softer edges of the Flip Ramp versus the pointed edges of the Ramp. The Flip Ramp also offered more positions as it can be used when it’s folded as a cube. It’s also easier to store in my tiny bedroom. I do still want the Ramp/Wedge combo but for now, I’m in love with my Flip Ramp. If you’re interested in a Flip Ramp of your own, you can pick one up at Good Vibrations or SheVibe!