Definition - What does Clover Clamp mean?
A clover clamp is a type of nipple clamp that's flat and measures about 2-4 inches in diameter. These clamps are typically attached to a chain, and are designed to clamp harder in response to tension on the chain.
A clover clamp may also be known as a butterfly clamp.
Kinkly explains Clover Clamp
The pressure from a taut clover clamp can be very intense. A slight pull on the chain makes the clamp's jaws tighten. It can provide a high level of pain. It is best used by advanced practitioners. It is a way to tease and keep a person in place. Prolonged use of a clover clamp can cause nipple irritation. It is ideal to remove the clamp before too much pain sets in.