Pros and Cons
- good-quality movies
- zipped high-res photo sets
- cheaper monthly rebill
- not a great user interface
- no bonuses
- not mobile-responsive
It usually puts a smile on my face when I'm told I'll be reviewing a stockings site. Not all of them are equal, so I find it interesting to see how one will make itself stand out from the rest. Claude Christian took a unique twist in standing out.
Admittedly, I doubt the twist was intentional. However, I have to point out that what will make me remember ClaudeChristian more than other stockings sites is its poor user experience. The organization isn't great and the design is quite dated.
Scroll your way down the homepage and you'll eventually find what are considered several archives. These are model indexes that let you view all the movies and photo galleries that a performer has appeared in. Clicking on a model often gets you a little intro about her before having to scroll through all her vids and pic sets.
When you do manage to find what you're looking for, though, you'll be rather pleased. Most of the movies are good in quality and the pics are high-res. The way things are set up made it too difficult for me to get the exact amounts, but it's safe to say that you get at least 360 movies and about 645 photo sets.
Many of the movies can only be downloaded, while some can also be streamed and others are even optimized for the Apple's iOS. Most files are MP4s, but there are some QuickTime vids here and there. A bunch are rather short, but that's also because they serve to highlight the best parts of the longer versions of the movies that many come with.
The movies show amateurs and pornstars as they masturbate and/or pose while nude or while wearing nothing but stockings. There's some bondage and blindfolds and I even spotted some spanking. A bunch of the babes play with vibrators and dildos, too. There don't appear to be any extras, but the "latest updates" are dated and it looks like you get either a new video or photo set once a week.
In case I somehow wasn't clear earlier, the design and navigation are really the pits and they haven't done anything to change it. A new interface, better navigation and improved organization is strongly recommended. The content is more than decent, though, so if you don't care about user-friendliness, then it's worth checking out.