I just got my first extender device, a PenimasterPro. It’s essentially a vacuum attachment, and my question relates to that.
I attempted to use the device with the bulb provided first, as shown in one of their instructional videos. This seemed to apply a decent vacuum upon first inspection, and the head was entirely secured by the latex, however after using the extender portion of it for about 10 minutes I found that the top of the head had slipped out. I tried adjusting the position at which I inserted the head, but all positions resulted in the head slipping out after about 10 minutes.
The device also came with a hose to apply the vacuum. Using this, I was able to apply a much stronger vacuum which definitely did not show any signs of slipping. I used the extender very comfortably for about 20 minutes, and the head had not slipped at all, but I decided to take it out just to check. When I released the vacuum, the veins on the shaft near the head were very pronounced and dark purple, and a large amount of clear fluid was present on the head and in the latex (very gross, sorry!).
Everything still seemed fine, however - sensitivity in the head was normal, and there didn’t appear to be any blisters or anything. The veins went back to normal after about 2 minutes, and the head is still a little red (been about 30 minutes) but other than that there are no issues that I notice. I’m mostly concerned about the fluid build-up; as I have not used a vacuum device before I’m not sure if this is normal. The site seems to indicate that it is not uncommon in general, but should not be experienced with this device. Other users here on Thunders have noted that this device, in contrast to others, has given them no fluid build-up.
Any tips for getting the proper vacuum pressure? Is this something that just comes with experience? Is there anything to be concerned with regard to the fluid build-up?
Thanks in advance!
Current: 190x158 (mm) or 7.48" x 6.20"
Goal: Just growing.