thank you iamaru for the advice regarding extender. i am very appriciated so many vets come in my thread and give great advices
@bhcentral and marinera: IMO manual stretching, hanging and extending are essentially the same. with hanging you will need a refined wrapping and attachment technique to hang properly, which requires a lot of times praticing, otherwise you wont get a millimetre. I have seen alot of guys had horrible hanging technique, like marinera said, that clamp style hanger doesnt pull from the tip, it actually limits gain, and if you have a poor technique, your skin will take most of the stress instead of your actual shaft/penis. imo thats one of many reasons hanging doesnt work for some guys and beside, hanging is based on creeping the tissues.
with manual stretch, one can stretch in many direction and adjust direction very very fast. but the time your hand can maintain is not as long as hanging or extending. Its also alot easier to master the technique than hanging (especially with a clamp-style hanger) beside that, manual PEer can utilize stress relaxation technique which is very ingenious. manual stretching has alot more advantages, I cant say it all here.
lasty, traditional extender are based on creep, the same with hanging but using less force, but requries more time, as marinera said, gains come more slowly. with hybrid extender or screw-adjust type, you can utilize stress relaxtion by turning the screws to increase FSL over time and keep at that max length as long as you want. and one more time, your technique is still the most important. i have read that this kind of device can generate so much tension if you dont ease off into the stretch.
until now we cannot say what is the best, it is just what you prefer to other methods. not trying to be guruish, just want to state my own opinion. ;)