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Should I buy a BIB hanger?

Should I buy a BIB hanger?

I wanted to post this in the hangers forum but I don’t have privileges. Can some one point me to some info regarding this? I have been a member for a wile now.

I made a hanging device that was similar to the free bib hanger:
The Original Bib Hanger
No matter what I do it is either to uncomfortable or it is to tight and cuts circulation.

If im serious that hanging is something I want to do should I invest in a BIB hanger? They are a little pricy but if they are worth it I don’t mind spending the money. Should I try some other home made hanger designs before buying?

I am a college student right now so naturally I don’t have loads of money to spend. I have a BPEL of approx 6.2 inches, and an EG of 5 inches, my NBPEL is 5.3 inches.

This is where I get conflicted, buying the BIB starter is cheaper and would probably fit best right now, but I need this to be a one time investment since funds are so limited. I guess the real question is whether I will grow out of a bib starter or not. And if the extra grip and higher weight capabilities that I will be able to take advantage of in the future with the original bib will outweigh the discomfort until I can gain an inch or so.

What do you people think?

The bib starter is Okay for guys who are less than 5.5 EG and less than 7EL. I also like the Captns Wench….

Start 030104 EBPL: 6.25" EG : 5.6" Mid LOT : 7:30 GOAL: 0.25 in any direction...."I'm not picky"- length would be nice "GIVE ME A %&#'N INCH OR GIVE ME DEATH"

The wench works for me at 6”EG. It was about $12 total to put together. It can only comfortably support about $14 though. At least for me.


Well let us look at this from a few vantage points and you can come to a sound judgement for yourself. We’ll have to look at your comfort level, your economics, and your handiness. Once these things are weighed out you can use some objective criteria of what may be right for your situation. This is the difference in the two production Bib hangers, known as the larger regular and shorter starter.

From the inventor/manufacturer’s site you have his own words describing everything himself.

Product Compatibility

The BibHanger is approximately 2¾ inches in length and works best for men with at least 6 inches erect length* and 5 inches erect girth*. The Bib Starter is about one inch shorter than the BibHanger and is recommended for men who have at least 3.5 inches erect length* and 3.5 inches erect girth*. The Starter can accommodate a maximum erect girth* of approximately 6.5 inches. There are no limits on erect length. The BibHanger can accommodate a maximum erect girth* of approximately 8 inches. There are no limits on erect length.

You seem to be fine girth wise for really either model. Where any possible point of difficulty would be on your length. The real question is in Bib’s own words are the measurements in BP or NBP? I would say they are NBP just to be on the safe side. Better to err with caution. If anyone knows the EXACT measurements are BP or NBP please yell out in this thread.

Now the Wench by Cappy is a decent product which some people seem to really like. Other homemade hangers can be found here. The only problem with homemade hangers is you have to make them. If you suck at arts and crafts with your hands this might not be the route for you. But the cost factor is its great advantage. Here are how to build the homebrew systems here: Homemade Hanger Models and Instructions

So I would look everything over really. If you can afford it, both production hangers rock really. You could use one till you completely outgrow it and jump to the next. In the event you break one, you can quickly jump to another like that. However that is like $200 bucks for both and too rich for most people’s blood.

You could make a homebrew unit for next to nothing and see where that goes. That way you could get to the required 6” length and then look at the possibility of moving up to a production hanger.

If you hang exclusively, the possibility of you not needing a regular model may be happening. The starter seems to have a limit of girth really, but girth is usually hard to get, plus not as easy to come by with pure hanging really. There was a few lengthy fellows that preferred the starter model for how it bites on the shaft and the ease of use. So everything is somewhat gray.

So, in conclusion, factor in your money, time, and skills at building/replicating with detailed plans. That way you can see what you need to really do.

Good luck.

“You see, I don’t want to do good things, I want to do great things.” ~Alexander Joseph Luthor

I know Lewd Ferrigno personally.

^Very detailed and very useful. In your opinion, someone of my length in NBP is JUST below 6 inches. Should I invest in the hanger or the starter? My plan is to give it till April this year till I get into hanging so I have PLENTY of time to read about hanging. But saying that, I’m more and more interested in beginning hanging from what I read.


Hey Bro the bib is worth every cent but if your short on cash make a wench it takes 10 minutes to make one and you only need a pair of scissors. The wench has become my hanger of choice. And at least you will see if you like hanging before you spend your money

I haven't failed, I've found 10,000 ways that don't work. Thomas Edison (1847-1931)

I concur with the future Govener of New York state’s post above me. It makes sense to try it out as cheaply as possible.

“You see, I don’t want to do good things, I want to do great things.” ~Alexander Joseph Luthor

I know Lewd Ferrigno personally.

Last edited by twatteaser : 01-06-2005 at .

I started with the Starter and moved up to the Regular. After a couple of months I went back to the Starter. I comfortably hang 23.5 lbs BTC with the Starter and it’s shorter length gives me more room to attach on different points on the shaft to avoid skin discomfort.

The Wench is great to have for a hanger, a spare hanger, or for an ADS.

jcloud is selling a Starter for $50 + shipping.

Yeeeeeeeeeaaaaarrrrrrrrrrgh! ~Howard Dean Illustrations & Diagrams PE -- What's it all about? Read this.

Buy the bibstarter. You will be able to use it for at least a year as you slowly work up to 12-15 pounds. After a year you can decide if a regular bibhanger is justified.

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