Soliciting Brainstorm for ADS-type attachment ideas.
I’ve had an Enlargerstrap for quite awhile now, but I haven’t used it very much because of the ease with which it slips off. The nylon strip-with-velcro often hurts and cuts off circulation when wrapped tightly enough to stay on for awhile, and I have been considering ways to create a secure, distributed-force attachment mechanism to employ.
Modifications to the Enlargerstrap design
At the moment, I’m experimenting with a strip of theraband wrapping (for my Bibhanger) with a pair of two-inch wide velcron/velcronette pieces to even out the constriction. I’ve only been using this as an alternative to using scotch tape to hold the wrapping on. The self-adhering backside of the velcro pieces doesn’t seem to want to seal on the theraband.
Superglue seems to work just fine with the surgical rubber that comes with the Enlargerstrap, I haven’t yet tried using superglue on theraband. Does anybody know offhand whether it works okay?
I’d like to try using the wider velcro strips with the design of the Enlargerstrap.
I’ve also considered using a cloth or nylon rectangle threaded with velcro-attached strips that could all be pulled and fastened to distribute the grip.
Suction Sheath designs. Anybody tried to make one, or find an existing one in a medical supply environment?
These products have the sheath attachment that I’d like to be able to use, but it would be a shame to spend $100 or more for an item that a handy person can contrive for several dollars.
I like these designs:
Acmepenisenlarger Knee getup = $200.00
Stretchsystems2000 thingie = $95.00
The Grip “system” = $180.00
All I really want is the friggin’ sheath, but don’t quite know how to make one. I think that more than one of those guys has “replacement parts”, but they are only for “existing customers” who have already gotten one of the main packages. They clearly want to avoid losing money by helping the do-it-yourselfer. Can’t say that I really blame them, either —but the Enlargerstrap guy is selling low-cost units and making it worth his while, so it doesn’t seem like too much to ask to be able to get the part by itself.
Anyway, has anybody tried to get creative with either of these approaches?