Attention Engineers and Free thinkers
Over the years I’ve seen a lot of different PE devices. I’ve even bought a few (Jez, PJelq, Pump, plus one or two of those rubber/velcro ADS). I bought these in desperation because I could never find the one I really wanted.
I got to thinking that maybe I should just make one myself, but I’ve never found suitable materials to do it, despite the fact that I’m sure it’s not beyond the realms of possibility. Then today I thought “why not get all the great minds of all the people on the group to contribute their ideas and experiences to see what the wish list of such a device would be?”. I don’t personally want to produce more than one. In fact if some enterprising individual were to start up production then I’d by from them.
Anyway, the missing features on my wish list that I would like to see in a device are as follows:
1. The part that grasps the penis would allow the blood to flow, meaning that it could be used for an extended (multi-hour) duration. The perfect example of this kind of clamp to me is the hand in the ‘OK’ grip. The main feature being that it can grip very hard, but can also relax easily allowing blood to flow. While the hand can already do all this, I defy anybody to keep it going for 6 or 8 hours per day.
2. If the fibroblast stretching papers on Medline are to be believed, then rather than being a static pull, it should by cyclic, and around 1hz or less.
I think heat would be a valuable third, but would probably complicate things way too much to be an integral part of the device.
The way I see it, it would be a device something like a jez extender, but instead of having springs, it would have a rate adjustable rotating cam that would perform the cyclic motion. The cams could be interchangable plastic attachments that could have different lift, attack and decay.
The clamp I envisioned could be a conical shape that fits snugly around the penis (perhaps cut into 2 or 3 segments), with the extending Jez bars mounted to a circular moulding that ran up the cone, with the idea that the further up the cone it went, the tighter the clamp. As the Jez retreated then the clamp would loosen and blood would flow.
I don’t know if this description makes any sense as text only, but hope it would help get a couple of engineer/free thinker types to throw in their 2 cents, as I’m sure that no matter how well researched any previous device was, they never had an R&D team of 10,000 experienced members to iron out flaws.
What do you think guys?