Kink Engineering

The Monolith: Vac Tower


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The Tower of Latex is waiting!

It fits one or TWO people and is 1 meter by 0.5 meter base, stands 1.5 meters tall (39" x 20" x 59")

The Monolith allows you to not only immobilise your play partner/partners, but keep them standing upright! The Vac-Tower holds you securely and completely and is air tight so you
don't have to run the vacuum all the time.

The monolith can come with a single neck gasket, or be fitted with a second fitted neck gasket so that two people can enjoy it's confines at once! (Note: Monolith with two neck
gaskets will require TWO occupants at all times to work properly) The Monolith is stable, but should always have a spotter to make sure that it does not tip over as people inside are immobilised
and can't step to balance themselves if the should start to tip for some reason.

This comes with a partial frame: We send you all the special corner parts needed to build the frame, you only need to cut some ABS or PVC tubing and drill some holes for air flow
(Instructions included). By not shipping the frame parts that are easy to make for yourself we can cut down on cost of shipping.
If you don't have the time or resources to wield a saw and drill we will happily build all the parts of your full frame and ship it all to you.

The Vac-tower comes with:

  • Latex sack
  • Fitted neck gasket - (or TWO fitted neck gaskets)
  • Closure bar (seals bed for play)
  • Vacuum connector with one way valve
  • Instructions for the frame - and all connector bits (optional full frame in the options)
  • Assembly and usage instructions

These are custom built on order, so please expect 4-6 weeks turnaround time.

Colour 1 = Top/Front and Bottom Colour of Tower
Colour 2 = Left/Right/Back Side panel Colours of Tower

***PLEASE NOTE: Some options may change the price of your order.

SKU: vacbed-monolith


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Single Person Monolith

While this is a nice piece of equipment there are some flaws in the construction. 1) It needs better corner definition. While setting the monolith up the corners would just wander from their spot and not stay in place. 2) A sleeve is needed to extend out onto the corner piece that attaches to the air valve to better insure a good seal so air does not leak out. 3) More material or a zipper needs to be added at the point of entry and exit so that sealing becomes easier. Also, assembly instructions with picture diagrams would be helpful. After all this being said the monolith is actually a great piece. The group really enjoyed using it.
Posted by David German, Aug 4th 2019