Reviewed by Aleckzandre

Product Name: T-Kingdom M1700

Manufacturer’s website:

Cup size at time of use: C?

Comfort: 3

  • Comfortable when I first put it on in the morning, but starts to dig in to underarms and leaves painful red indents that sting even after I took it off. The velcro was very itchy if not lined up just right. It would be ok to wear once in a while, but certainly not comfortable enough to wear daily.

Effectiveness: 2

  • It didn’t do much by itself, I had to wear 2 sports bras underneath for it to do much. It didn’t get me flat, but since im pretty big to begin with, it looked natural.

Discreetness: 2

  • The chest material is different than the rest, so theres no way it could pass as an undershirt. Also, it sticks out a little at the top. I also had to adjust it fairly often.

Overall: 3

  • Not the most comfortable thing i’ve ever worn, but I could pass well enough.


Reviewed by Nate

Product Name:  Double Front Compression Shirt

Manufacturer’s Web Site

Cup Size at Time of Use:  I think large B


Comfort:  3/5

  • The newer version is very stretchy and harder to breathe in than older ones.

Effectiveness: 2/5

  • Barely made a difference.  Better off with the Frog Bra.

Discreetness: 4/5

  • Definitely sticks to you.  The length is the biggest problem because it can show when it rolls up.

Overall: 3/5

  • I would always advocate wearing Underarmour or a similar product underneath any Underworks binder to minimize chafing and also ease putting on and taking off the binder.