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I know..there ‘s a lot of heating pad threads. But I need your advice.

I can’t find a way to perform warm up. I do stealth PE and till now I did’t find a decent way to warm. I used thermal mug, but the inconvenience is that I have to fill it two hours before I can do PE. So when I start the routine the water isn’t hot, only lukewarm, and I have also the problem of the water splashing.
That’s not comfortable.

So I decided to buy a moist heating pad, and I’m undecided about these two pad:

http://cgi.ebay.it/TheraTherm-Digit…k-/360219524562

and

http://cgi.ebay.it/TheraTherm-Digit…=item1e58d97672

That’s like 40 euro plus 30 euro of ship. A lot of money, but I didn’t find anything like that in Europe.

More cheap, but it doesn’t say the temperature:

http://cgi.ebay.it/Sunbeam-749-811-…429056390587338

Suggestions?

I use such but for microwave not electrical.


Starting 06/2010 with BPEL 5.25'', EG 5''

Goal: BPEL 6", EG 5

Long term goal: 7x6

Originally Posted by adros
I use such but for microwave not electrical.

I don’t own a mircowave. If I have, than I’ll use the rise sock…
Thanks anyway

For moist heat, Thermaphore has been the choice of physical therapists for decades. It’s intense enough that the manufacturer has always had a dead-man switch on their models (occupying one hand), but this newer model has a hands-free 20-minute timer. You don’t need the digital bells and whistles when the temperature and heat transmission is already preset to perfection. You don’t have to (or want to) add water either.. Moisture from the atmosphere and body is plenty enough for this design. Very convenient and non-messy.

Http://www.thermophore.com/product/…ck-medium-joint

Here’s the original model:

Http://www.thermophore.com/product/…k-medium-joint/


Last edited by groovetube : 10-09-2010 at .

Originally Posted by scarsick
I know..there ‘s a lot of heating pad threads. But I need your advice.

I can’t find a way to perform warm up. I do stealth PE and till now I did’t find a decent way to warm. I used thermal mug, but the inconvenience is that I have to fill it two hours before I can do PE. So when I start the routine the water isn’t hot, only lukewarm, and I have also the problem of the water splashing.
That’s not comfortable.

So I decided to buy a moist heating pad, and I’m undecided about these two pad:

http://cgi.ebay.it/TheraTherm-Digit…k-/360219524562

and

http://cgi.ebay.it/TheraTherm-Digit…=item1e58d97672

That’s like 40 euro plus 30 euro of ship. A lot of money, but I didn’t find anything like that in Europe.

More cheap, but it doesn’t say the temperature:

http://cgi.ebay.it/Sunbeam-749-811-…429056390587338

Suggestions?


Temperatures don’t matter so much. Those things get hot!


Serious starting point: Nov. 2, 2009/BPEL 5.75 x 4.75 inches.

Current BPEL 7 1/2 x 5.5 inches.

Goal: BPEL 8 x 6 inches. Hell, if I hit 8, I'm going for 9!

It seems very very good. Do you ever use it? If so does it have a control for determine the temperature or does it goes always with the same temperature?

I almost forget…Thanks, very interesting.

ps and there is an other problem… I don’t know if I can use these things in Italy. These things are made in USA and maybe they are designed for a diffrent electrical outlet…

heating pad=waste of money

use a method below
1.shower or
2.rice sock

Originally Posted by scarsick
It seems very very good. Do you ever use it? If so does it have a control for determine the temperature or does it goes always with the same temperature?

I almost forget.Thanks, very interesting.

PS and there is an other problem.. I don’t know if I can use these things in Italy. These things are made in USA and maybe they are designed for a different electrical outlet..

I had one for over 20 years. It finally died recently and I’m about to get another. In the states, they’re available at many medical equipment shops, but not at your typical department stores or discount stores.

It functions in a binary fashion (on/off) to control heat within a range, as do most inexpensive heating elements. I think this is not at all detrimental to the effect or outcome.. The slight ebb and tide of temperature is perhaps more likely to be beneficial for circulation.

You would need a voltage converter (NOT just a simple plug adapter) to convert European 220 volts to US 110 volts. Do a search for Franzus mini converter to get an idea of pricing. You would need a high wattage converter like you would for a hair dryer, of course.

Originally Posted by Mr. Schlong
Temperatures don’t matter so much. Those things get hot!

Yes, and that moist heat penetrates, too. I mentioned in my debut post here that I came into PE already discolored from a not-so-recent post-op experience, looking for ways to correct some damage. It’s well recognized here that PE can cause some discoloration, not to mention injuries. Since my discoloration issue has actually radically improved rather than regressed further, it would be a fair conclusion that significant heat is most responsible for the improvement. Like all things PE, one should use good judgement and practices (like gradual familiarization) to use it safely.

Originally Posted by Wamrage
Heating pad=waste of money

Use a method below
1.shower or
2.rice sock

Resourcefulness is an admirable trait to me. But with all due respect, scarsick’s statement “I do stealth PE” means that he wants to minimize telltale signs, like audible microwave fans and beeps, or long shower interludes. If his desired routine includes heat application in a measured and consistent fashion, and compliance is made a manageable task with a heating pad, it might not be such a waste of money in his case. For me, I just prefer sustained moist heat in a convenient appliance.

You do not need to use heat, there have been a ton of excellent gainers that never used heat. I am one of them. Heat generates blood flow and enriches the tissue, but you can accomplish this by just massaging your package or wrapping it in a warm wash cloth for a few minutes. Why complicate something so simple, I guess if enough people are chasing squirrels for exercise it goes viral and your next door neighbor is chasing a bushy tail up your tree.

Originally Posted by groovetube
You would need a voltage converter (NOT just a simple plug adapter) to convert European 220 volts to US 110 volts. Do a search for Franzus mini converter to get an idea of pricing. You would need a high wattage converter like you would for a hair dryer, of course.

Yeah, I realize that after I wrote about the plug…So I have to order , and buy of course, the moist heating pad, the plug converter, and the corrent converter…Damn, why It can’t be more easy?

Originally Posted by groovetube
Resourcefulness is an admirable trait to me. But with all due respect, scarsick’s statement “I do stealth PE” means that he wants to minimize telltale signs, like audible microwave fans and beeps, or long shower interludes. If his desired routine includes heat application in a measured and consistent fashion, and compliance is made a manageable task with a heating pad, it might not be such a waste of money in his case. For me, I just prefer sustained moist heat in a convenient appliance.

That’s exactly for I would write to wamrage. I do stealth PE. And I don’t own o a microwave (I even start thinking buying one only for PE, but that would be exaggereated…also the price is even more convenient then the whole heating pad ensable).

Anyway, thanks. I have to evaluate the pro and con.

Originally Posted by 2Dreambig
You do not need to use heat, there have been a ton of excellent gainers that never used heat. I am one of them. Heat generates blood flow and enriches the tissue, but you can accomplish this by just massaging your package or wrapping it in a warm wash cloth for a few minutes. Why complicate something so simple, I guess if enough people are chasing squirrels for exercise it goes viral and your next door neighbor is chasing a bushy tail up your tree.

I do till now PE without heat, and the rare occasion I have the possibility to use heat I feel that the routine was better than usal. Plus I like the sensation of heating. But I agree with you when you say that simple things should’t get copmlex.

If I can ask, How much do you gain with your routine without warm up?

I have gained a little over 2” in length and an inch and one half in girth. I believe heat is worthwhile in providing comfort and healing qualities, so occasionally I will use it post workout. The package thermo-regulates, so if you apply heat it is going to go through a state of change but, in my opinion, there is no correlation to a growth stimulus. This is silly, so spend your time in a hot tub and emerge huge. It makes no sense, but it feels good.

Originally Posted by 2DreamBig
I have gained a little over 2” in length and an inch and one half in girth. I believe heat is worthwhile in providing comfort and healing qualities, so occasionally I will use it post workout. The package thermo-regulates, so if you apply heat it is going to go through a state of change but, in my opinion, there is no correlation to a growth stimulus. This is silly, so spend your time in a hot tub and emerge huge. It makes no sense, but it feels good.

Wow, that’s pretty much of gains. You should check the 3D “PE legend”, that’s not the biggest gain, but that’s a quite respectful.

And yeah, It feels good. That’s why I want to do it. PE should feel good.
Thanks for the imput.

i think the biggest gainer are JON POP and DLD.
Jon POP-4”
DLD-4.2”
length wise

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