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Best to try a usb powered mitten, low power and easy to replace plus it is low heat but when tied on all the heat is transferred to your unit, very efficient

I use a microwavable Therabeads pad to warm up and an IR lamp to provide continuous heat, but I do think that the IR gets blocked by my hands during jelqing (works great during hanging though) so this is an interesting idea. The big problem with a hair dryer is the noise: my wife would kill me if I had a hair dryer blowing for 3 hours each night while she was trying to sleep. This got me thinking about other options, though, and I think that a fabric steamer sitting a good bit below the dick might work really well — it would just pump hot steam onto your unit throughout your routine. Bring it closer for more heat, place it further away for less heat. Hmmm…we got a steamer as a wedding gift and never use it — it might be time to pull it out of the closet and do some tests.


Starting (May 2010): BPEL:6" EG: 4 7/8". Current (April 2011): BPEL: 6 3/4" EG: 5 1/4".

Short Term Goal: BPEL: 7" EG: 5.25" Long Term Goal: When my wife makes me stop or 8"x6" (whichever comes first)

Originally Posted by roosterstretch
This got me thinking about other options, though, and I think that a fabric steamer sitting a good bit below the dick might work really well — it would just pump hot steam onto your unit throughout your routine. Bring it closer for more heat, place it further away for less heat. Hmmm…we got a steamer as a wedding gift and never use it — it might be time to pull it out of the closet and do some tests.

That might be good for jelqing but as far as stretching goes, the steam would create moisture causing your hands to slip.

Originally Posted by TheLawnmowerman
That might be good for jelqing but as far as stretching goes, the steam would create moisture causing your hands to slip.

Good point. I think this problem could be solved by using some baby powder though.


Starting (May 2010): BPEL:6" EG: 4 7/8". Current (April 2011): BPEL: 6 3/4" EG: 5 1/4".

Short Term Goal: BPEL: 7" EG: 5.25" Long Term Goal: When my wife makes me stop or 8"x6" (whichever comes first)

Dont your balls get some of the heat too, with IR lamp while hanging?


Thank God there is PE

Yes, unless you cover it up, I always do.

Yeah, the IR lamp roasts my chestnuts while hanging, especially BTC, unless I cover them.


Starting (May 2010): BPEL:6" EG: 4 7/8". Current (April 2011): BPEL: 6 3/4" EG: 5 1/4".

Short Term Goal: BPEL: 7" EG: 5.25" Long Term Goal: When my wife makes me stop or 8"x6" (whichever comes first)

For the past month or so ive been thinking about buying some electric socks to wrap my dick in while wearing my extender. Something like these here

http://www.cabelas.com/mens-hunting…r:referralID=NA


Stock Cock: BPEL 6.187" EG 5.25"

Current: BPEL 7.00" EG 5.5"

Goal: BPEL 8 EG 6 My new goal is now 9" BPEL X 6" EG So I can blow my wife's pussy walls out!

I think it should be clarified what exact IR we should use. This concerns IR lamps primarily, as I contact devices don’t heat enough to emit IR. They may be quite efficient, but limit available exercises, whereas IR devices, being contact-less, allow one to use any exercise.

What IR do we need? We need to stretch collagen and other tissues, at the very least we have to heat water inside the penis. Water heat absorption frequency is around 3000nm, so that’s the least we need. On this: http://www.promolife.com/cart/far-i…eral-heat-lamps page, it is stated that optimum frequency is 9400nm. It is not explained why, but I suppose that’s the absorption frequency of fascia and ligaments, i.e. - collagen absorption frequency. It is stated on that page that different types of TDP materials have different distribution curves, but I don’t think it’s plausible - distribution is dependent on temperature, as stated by Wien’s law.
Anyway, this is far IR. The only emitters for it I’ve easily found are TDP lamps and ceramic far IR emitters for saunas. Wiki page on TDP lamps indeed states that they emit far IR at 2-50 micrometer range and use heater working at 840 deg F ~ 465 deg C. There is no such info on sauna emitters though. They are also quite expensive.

If there is any incandescent IR bulb working at the stated temperature ( 840 deg F ~ 465 deg C), that should be just what we need. It should barely glow faint red, like an overheated old electric stove. If there’s none, I suppose we would have to stick with TDP lamps as optimal for our purpose.

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