Beating Whip Med 7 Remme
Originally, these Beating Whips weren’t intended as whips, but to remove the dust from military uniforms of Prussian soldiers and therefore typically belonged in the barracks.
But many of these objects found their way into naughty children’s parents houses, where they took – on account of the seven tails – the name ‘Seven Stripes’.
The unusually thick and especially strong leather, which was typically used for the manufacturing of military belts and the ultra tough inner sides of riding boots, is what makes these whips so special.
This Beating Whip should always be used with caution and is not suitable for beginners!
The very solid tails of the whip will become significantly more flexible after having been used (with care) a few times. Only after this breaking in will this whip develope its – for connoisseurs well appreciated – character and works very well for a hard-core session!
Total length approx. 76 centimetres
Length of tails approx. 45 centimetres
Diameter of handle 30 to 35 millimetres
Weight approx. 350 grams