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I’d say my tighs can get as close as 12 inches. More heat, more expansion, more easily stretched tissues. As long as you don’t get any burning sensation and you’ve covered the critical spots, you can get pretty damn close. :cool:


"Be aware that there are several schools of thought here as well. Some seem to go with the hard and heavy approach. The sessions are brutal. You can hear them talking to their dick: You better grow mofo or I will punish you even harder tomorrow! Others seem to favor a more tender approach. Always listening to what their member is saying while massaging it gently and singing to it with a soft voice. If it is moody and not happy with new behavior, they always listen and are very understanding."

Has anyone seen erect gains using this?

bring back a semi old thread :D

Curious, did it help out a lot? Meaning did you see more gains? And wadzilla, why don’t you give this a try?


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Alright, I’m searching for a desk lamp that I could use with an infrared bulb. (So meaning that it supports up to 250 watts) Any suggestions on where to find one?

-ItsElectric


'I won't be the one left behind, you can't be king of the world if you're slave to the grind.'

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Originally posted by ItsElectric
Alright, I'm searching for a desk lamp that I could use with an infrared bulb. (So meaning that it supports up to 250 watts) Any suggestions on where to find one?

-ItsElectric

I was thinking about this too and I noticed that there is no real difference between my 120 Watt clamp on reflector and my desk lap. Wire gauge appears to be the same and actually the desk lamp has a better ceramic socket where the clamp on has a bake-a-lite type plastic socket. I think as long as the desk lamp does not have any cheap plastic parts near the bulb you should be OK but god forbid don’t leave it on unattended. The 60 watt warning is probably one of those CYA things. 250 watts my be pushing it though, I use a 125.

250 Watts is plenty of heat, guys. A 125…I don’t know. Depends probably how hot it gets.

You can get a complete lamp for about $25, at Home Depot or almost any other hardware store. Dot spend more than that, follow the instructions on how close you can go, and you’re set.

That kinda “hot wrap” provides deep tissue heating throughout yor entire session.


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Uncut4Big / Mike

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Originally posted by Uncut4Big
250 Watts is plenty of heat, guys. A 125…I don't know. Depends probably how hot it gets.

You can get a complete lamp for about $25, at Home Depot or almost any other hardware store. Dot spend more than that, follow the instructions on how close you can go, and you're set.

That kinda “hot wrap” provides deep tissue heating throughout yor entire session.

So we don’t need any special kind of lamp or anything? Just the infrared bulb?

-ItsElectric


'I won't be the one left behind, you can't be king of the world if you're slave to the grind.'

Originally Posted by ItsElectric
So we don’t need any special kind of lamp or anything? Just the infrared bulb?

-ItsElectric


More elaboration on this anyone? I am having this problem as well. Any of these right sized desk lamps I see out in stores has a 60W or lower warning and the IR bulb is 250 W. How the hell do you guys have yours set up? Did you rip off a flood light fixture from your perimeter defense systems and start using them for PE? BUMP!


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I’m curious about this as well (using a desk light lamp with a 250-watt IR lamp.). I asked my friend who is an electrician and he said I could start a fire if I run the 250-watt lamp through a 60-watt lamp.

I’ve just started reading this thread, so I don’t know whether this has already been discussed. I just bought a parabolic space heater from Costco. It’s called the “Presto Heat Dish.” It works by activating a heating element at the focus of a reflective metal parabola. The heat reflects off the metal and directly forward, to provide a focused “cylinder” of heat. Pretty cool.

Since all the heat that shoots out the front is reflected, I surmise that it is all infrared, because conventive and conductive heat don’t reflect or focus that way.

I haven’t tried it yet.

As soon as I come across some money, I’m going to try this. I’m the impatient type with things like this still (as some of you may have seen here)
Http://www.thundersplace.org/forum/…?t=37636&page=3

I also have a paypal account if one of you wants to help.. Or a 5 cent donation from each member O.o

Grr.. Being fired from my very first job really sucked.. Because soon after, I started wanting things.. Like this light. :X

Guys,

try to get a lamp that can hold at least a 150 watt bulb and you should be okay. They are not that expensive. Check with Home Depot.


Make it huge....!

Uncut4Big / Mike

I live within walking distance of a Home Depot.. Though, with no money, things get tricky. This one is evil too.. Right across the street from an AD Moyer.

I have a question concerning the eyes (maybe stupid).

How do they deal with IR light? Is it maybe better to wear some kind of sunglasses when heating your bulge?

:cya:


Pumpman :wave:

Power is power. Stick with your lamp’s power ratings, or you’re risking a fire. I’m sure there is a CYA factor involved in those ratings, but why push your luck?

Also, turn the lamp off whenever you’re not using it.

It’s probably OK to use any lamp fixture with sufficient power rating with an infrared bulb. Radiation pattern might also be important. If the bulb directs most of the energy forward (which is typical), just make sure the “light” doesn’t hit any parts of the lamp. That could cause them to overheat.

I doubt much energy is directed backwards, but you might want to check the temperature at the back of the lamp and make sure you’re not going to melt or ignite anything. Keep paper and other flammable materials clear of the lamp.

As for protecting your balls, you can try using something that reflects IR. I think aluminum foil works well for this. Maybe try placing a layer of foil in a dish towel or old T shirt or such, folding it over (for comfort), and placing it in front of your balls.

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