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Chest Binder 3.0 Reviews
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A chest binder is a garment that is worn to compress the chest! Chest binders are often worn by transgender and non-binary people to reduce the appearance of their chest. Chest binders can also be worn by people who experience chest dysphoria, which is a feeling of discomfort or distress caused by a mismatch between one's gender identity and the physical appearance of one's chest.
We hope so! We're pleased to say that we can ship to most countries, but not all. Some of the countries that we ship to most often include:
- the United States
- New Zealand
- the United Kingdom
Please note that this isn't an exhaustive list of every single country we ship to. These are just countries that we tend to receive orders from/ship to the most.
How can I see all the countries you ship to? All countries that we ship to are displayed at the Checkout in the Country/Region dropdown which is in the Shipping section. If a country or region isn't there, it means that don't ship to it.
If your Country/Region is in the dropdown, it means that we can ship to you.
Side note: In order to proceed in the checkout to place your order, you'll need to select your Country/Region from the dropdown.
Yes, we're proud to offer Free Shipping on all orders! At Chest Binder Co, we're committed to making our chest binders as affordable and accessible as we can. That's why, when you shop with us, you can enjoy the benefit of Free Shipping!
Yes! We're happy to say that the Chest Binder 3.0 comes in discreet packaging! We understand how important it is for our binders to arrive in discreet packaging for so many of our customers.
What does Discreet Packaging look like? Discreet Packaging is plain coloured (usually white or gray) with out our brand name on it. When you open the package, you'll find a 'Thank You' card from us to thank you for your order. You can see what our discreet packaging looks like here.
If you have any questions about our packaging, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and our customer service team will be more than happy to help you out and answer any questions!
Yes, once your order has been shipped, you will receive a Shipment Confirmation email which will contain your order tracking number(s). You can track your order on the shipment carriers website or using our 'Track My Order' page, here.
If you need any help with tracking your order, please don't hesitate to email us at email@example.com. Our team is here to help!
Washing Your Chest Binder by Hand
- Use warm or cold water to wash your chest binder.
- Lather the binder with a mild dish soap or laundry detergent, and gently wash it through.
- After washing, gently squeeze the binder to remove excess water before air drying it. Make sure to rinse your binder thoroughly to ensure all soap is removed before drying.
Air Drying Your Chest Binder
- Just hang your binder up or lay it flat overnight, and it should be dry and ready to use by morning.
Machine Drying Your Chest Binder
- We advise against machine drying your chest binder as exposing it to very high temperatures can cause it to shrink.
- If you must use a dryer, select the lowest heat setting or the "air-only" mode to minimize the risk of shrinkage. Placing the binder in a mesh laundry bag will offer extra protection during drying.
- To preserve your chest binder, avoid oversoaking as it may cause fading or alter sizing that can impact the garment's drape.
- Use a medium-temperature setting while ironing your binder.
- Only use bleach if your binder is white.
- Avoid dry cleaning your chest binder.
We believe in providing transparent and helpful care instructions for our products. Following these care instructions will help you maintain your binder in the best possible condition.
It’s really important that you always wear your binder in the correct size. If you’re unsure about your size, contact our customer support team via email at firstname.lastname@example.org. We will be more than happy to help you.
If you’re starting out with binders we recommend building up the time that you wear. For example, start with 2 hours, the next day 3 hours, and so on. Build this up to a maximum of 8 hours per day. It's also important to remember to never sleep in a binder as these are compression garments. We also never recommend double-binding/wearing two compression garments at the same time layered on top of each other. You can read our binding safety tips here.
If you’re experiencing any discomfort or pain while binding, please stop binding. If you are concerned about having potentially injured yourself, contact your doctor.