Many of you are already aware of the fact that Penimaster is basically the same shit as the Jes Extender but at only 20% of the JE price. I was going over the JE website and found the following claim:
It is not necessary to wear the Jes-Extender for a long uninterrupted time to obtain results. As an example: 2 hours daily treatment for 12 months, will give the same final result as 12 hours daily for 2 months. You can also take a break for a period of time, without diminishing the final result.
What they are basically saying here is that its the total amount of hours worn that yields the results and thats great because Im not planning on wearing the dam thing 12 hours a day. I am currently wearing it 9 hours a day but I don’t think I will keep that up for much longer and maybe cut down on the hours per day.
Anyway they have this calculator feature on their site:
Click “How it works” on left side of screen and then click “Calculate your new size”
It allows you to calculate your gains but it is based on 12 hours of usage per day and since the unit of time they use is monthly the calculator is basing each new gain (after the first 2 months) on about a 360 hours of usage.
The calculator is flawed because it gives the same result for someone with a 7 inch starting length as it does for someone all the way up to and including a 7.99; Like wise it gives the same result for 8 up to 8.99 and 9 up to 9.99 (you get the basic picture)
What the hell kind of calculator is that? :chuckle: You can only enter whole numbers to get your result. What???
I guess they expect you to round your penis length to the nearest whole number and make the adjustments after-wards by subtracting or adding length :chuckle:
For simplification, Lets base a month on 30 days and a year on 360 (as opposed to 365) According to their calculator, all starting lengths make a 14% gain after about 720 hours (2 months) of usage and they all make a 50% gain after about 4320 hours (1 year) of usage. At first I thought I could simply extrapolate a percentage gain for the 3600 hour difference used and that method does come very close at exactly 1% gain added to the original 14% per every 100 hours of usage but I found that after your initial 720 hours the calculator simply adds a flat (non-compounded) 4% for every additional month to the original 14% gain except in months 11 and 12 where it only adds a flat 2% (Weird) I still prefer the extrapolation :) The implication here is that you grow at about twice the normal rate of growth (about 2% every 100 hours) in the first 2 months and then it becomes 1% for every 100 hours of usage…anyway Im getting carried away and mathematically rambling here, so lets move on.
What this means is that we can determine if the gains promised are true based on any amount hours used.
Get a calculator:
Determine the total number of hours you have used PM if it is less then 720, use the following:
1) multiply those hours by .0001944
2) add 1
3) multiply that result by your starting length.
If you determine that the total hours used was more than 720 then use the following:
1) subtract 720 hours from the total.
2) multiply that result by .0001
3) add 1.14
4) multiply that result by your starting length.
5 hours per day, 5 days per week, for 20 weeks
1) 500 x .0001944=.0972
3) 1.0972 x 6.5 (whatever) =7.13
10 hours per day, 5 days per week, for 30 weeks.
4)1.218 x 6.5 (whatever)=7.91
This should allow one to estimate if their track record is on par with the expected results.
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