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Benefits of Heat in PE

[QUOTE=mravg]
Homedics makes some handheld massagers that have infrred heat, like this one:
http://www.homedics.com/prod/detail.aspx?ID=288

Yup, I just was looking at one that Kohls sells for about 25 dollars.. I think this might do the trick. I am gonna get one asap and give it a try.


Started 5.5 x 4.5 erect Length and Girth Goal 7 x 6.5 erect Length and Girth

Currently 5.9 x 5.5 erect Length,Girth and going !

IR lamps are different in many ways, make sure you wont do any harm to your memeber.


Started :BPEL 7.0 x 5.5 Now: BPEL 7.6 x 5.8 Goal: NBPEL 8.6 x 6.3 "Don´t let yourself get attached to anything that you are Not willing to walk out on in 30 seconds flat if you feel the HEAT around th corner." --Robert De Niro (talking to Al Pacino in a caffe in the Movie HEAT)

Handheld massagers

Are the lamps better than, say, those IR handheld massagers one can get at Target (mentioned in a recent post). I have one and it takes forever to heat up, but once it does, it gets real hot. Is the degree/quality of IR penetration the same?

I think you just have to judge by how warm your dick gets, and if the heat seems to penetrate into the tissue and not just on the surface. As long as you accomplish this deep heating, I don’t think it really matters which method you use.


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Same here mravg, heat is heat, unless its an ultrasound, or something else that produces other energy waves, but the safety of each is another topic. I guess that I will just have to warm up more and see what a difference it makes.

How can anyone stand the heat from an IR lamp?

That is, heating everything in the surrounding area versus some sort of ‘pinpoint’ heat?

I’ve been on the hunt for something which is more focused. I’ve looked at the UltraSound, but it scares me a little. Besides, many sites insist upon a doctor’s prescription to order.

The manual for the Homedics product mentioned previously states the IR cannot be used without vibration.

Does anyone know of a non-vibrating, infrared heat hand held?

Thanks in advance.

If cost isn’t an issue then Try the thermotex pad. It’s a lot of money for what’s in it, but you can wrap it into a cylindrical shape for for local only heat. IR will penetrate deeper than conductive heat transfer, which means it will ‘excite’ the cells much better, and give it a chance to get the deep heat without the surface skin taking all the heat an becoming uncofmfortable. With the aforementioned pad there is no visible light as it is a much narrower bandwidth.

I think some of the homedics products allow you to turn on hat and vibrate separately. I use the heat and vibrate simultaneously, and I think the vibration is good for warm up as well.


Horny Bastard

Originally Posted by mravg
I think some of the homedics products allow you to turn on hat and vibrate separately. I use the heat and vibrate simultaneously, and I think the vibration is good for warm up as well.

I read the manual on one of the Homedics’ units and it stated ‘do not use IR without vibration’. I’m paraphrasing, but it was a similar empahatic statement.

Originally Posted by Shiver
If cost isn’t an issue then Try the thermotex pad.

Thanks, Shiver, I just ordered their wrist pad. Seemed like a ‘good fit’. I’ll report as warranted.

Originally Posted by gerrykjohnsons
Thanks, Shiver, I just ordered their wrist pad. Seemed like a ‘good fit’. I’ll report as warranted.

Yes, please do let us know how it works out. I’m looking at the tiny picture on their website and trying to figure out if the heating pad is separate from the unit, i.e., can it be removed and is it flexible (to be wrapped into a tight cylinder :-) ?

The version I had (platinum?) had a lot of foam padding, which while comfortable reduced the amount of heat that got through. I eventually removed the heating elements and made a cylinder out of them, which makes it very fast to get up to temperature, but if you don’t want to mess with stuff like that (my UK version is 240volts!) then you could just constrict a little at the base to stop the blood transporting the heat away as fast as it arrives.

Originally Posted by plustwo
Yes, please do let us know how it works out. I’m looking at the tiny picture on their website and trying to figure out if the heating pad is separate from the unit, i.e., can it be removed and is it flexible (to be wrapped into a tight cylinder :-) ?

The pad is sealed with velcro, so that you can remove the parts if you want to wash the cloth. The unit I had, had three pockets, each with an element. This consisted of a 4”x7”x0.5” unit that was sealed in something similar to heatshrink plastic. If you break that seal you find a sturdy plastic sheet of the same dimensions, taped to which is the IR element (a black ceramic impregnated carbon cloth). The two opposite ends of the cloth are solder dipped, and the power goes across the two extremes. Inline on the power cable are some small units that act as a top/bottom temperature limit cutout. I looked the part numbers up once, and the ratings were a fair bit higher than you would expect for their application, but because of all the padding/felt/plastic etc, they probably had to over rate it a little to compensate.

I just ordered one of these:

http://www.extremecomputing.com/usbpothwrpr.html

It’s a USB-powered infrared neoprene wrist wrap. Sounds ideal :-) I figure it can also be battery-powered, with a little splicing. $10.


Last edited by plustwo : 02-24-2006 at .

Thanks, Shiver. Which model was that, please?

Originally Posted by plustwo
I just ordered one of these:

http://www.extremecomputing.com/usbpothwrpr.html

It’s a USB-powered infrared neoprene wrist wrap. Sounds ideal :-) I figure it can also be battery-powered, with a little splicing. $10.

Keep in mind, USB port devices aren’t usually allowed to draw more than 100 milliamps. In the prior discussions on this and other heat-related threads, the numbers were in watts. (100 ma x 5 volts = 0.5 watts)

I’m unclear as to whether a half a watt will do anything, particularly if it is spread over a few square inches.

This statement on the purchase form: “Originally $19.95 Now $9.95” makes me wonder whether the device was ever effective, e.g., they’re unloading them.

After reviewing the Petatech website (http://www.petatech-co.com/), I was unable to locate a datasheet on the heating element itself. Although, in all cases, the current supply was quite low. I’m unclear as to how one can achieve deep heat penetration over a fairly large area with such low wattage. Did I just say that above? Sorry.

I’d love to hear what you think when you get it.

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