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Hip Hugger ADS

This looks kinda cool. Kinda like a fancy belt.

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Someone posted a link to a device that looks much like this called the penisstretcher ( http://www.penisstretcher.com ). I assume that the adjustment belt is reversible so that the penis can be pulled in either direction. It would be interesting to see if any Thunders members were currently using that device. I know that some Thunders members have reported extreme discomfort from wearing the Jes Extender, Size Genetics Extender and Andro Medical traction device. Although they all rely on tension rods, there is a silicone loop that holds the attaches just behind the glans and affixes the penis to the device. The penisstretcher also appears to use a loop behind the glans.

Not that I would ever encourage anybody to infringe a valid US Patent, but it looks like this would be pretty easy to make in about 2 minutes.


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I actually experimented with something very similar. I took an old seat belt and notched it like a regular belt. Then I fastened leftover Velcro that I had from making my Capt’s Wrench to a one thick strap that I ran through the Capt’s wrench to a Carabiner. The Carabiner can attach to anywhere along the belt. In order to tighten the contraption I simply tug on the Velcro strap and close it. This actually worked well with a decent stretch on each side but I abandoned the idea because no matter how hard I tried to align the Velcro with the straps, there always seemed to be a millimeter of exposed sticky surface. That was enough to interfere with whatever body hair happened to intervene. Finally I decided to abandon the idea in favor of the Penimaster. Another issue that concerned me was the fear of inadvertently stretching more on one side then the other. For example, you get pulled into a last minute meeting on your way to the john to readjust the device and you end up losing track of how long you stretched one side. After many such instances this could result in asymmetrical lig length.


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I might try to make one. Looks easy and also seems like it might work.

I don’t think patent law applies to something you make for yourself, not for resale.

Originally Posted by mravg

I might try to make one. Looks easy and also seems like it might work.

I don’t think patent law applies to something you make for yourself, not for resale.

It most certainly does. As a practical matter, however, no one will know what you have in your pants unless you talk about it.

You should not post anything here that could be construed as evidence that you are infringing patents. We don’t want Thunder getting hit with any lawsuits.


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Originally Posted by ModestoMan
Not that I would ever encourage anybody to infringe a valid US Patent, but it looks like this would be pretty easy to make in about 2 minutes.


Mo,
Are you sure of this? I mean, do you know specifically if that is the case with federal law? I find it hard to believe that they could ever prove in court that a person was “infringing patent laws” if they simply made something for their own use - and neither sold facsimiles or the plans to others. I mean, look at how similar so much different exercise machines/equipment are - and they’re being openly sold on TV, the internet, radio, magazines, etc.

I don’t think F. Lee Bailey could drag even a shmuck into court and win such a case against the guy if he simply made a home-made ADS, traction device or hanger - and was clearly not selling the model or the plans (unless, perhaps, the knockoff was an exact replica - down to all specs of the patented device).

Clever looking device, thanks for sharing.


cead mile failte :lep:

The whole concept of putting my glans in a noose all day kinda freaks me out. Can anyone explain to me how and why exactly is this safe?


If girth is king, why the hell does everyone keep talking about length?

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Chickenchokers version of the Captains Wench has no velcro - only clamps and the gripper pads. That setup is meant for BTC, but the principle could be used for a belt like this. It wouldn’t be as stealthy of course, but maybe someone can come up with a solution to that?

With regards to uneven lig stretch, both this and the penisplus belts use a loop around the base - basically you pull the base in one direction and the shaft in the other. This should be possible to adjust so that the ligs are relatively unaffected and the force placed on the shaft.

Also, the on the penisplus site, they tell you that the principle is to have adaptive stress - low tension - to encourage growth to in order to lessen the stress.

There have been some arguments against this principle on this site, but if one compares with the old chinese practice of tying up womens feet, it seems to me that both ligs and muscle would react to low tension over a long time.

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Originally Posted by wadzilla

Mo,

Are you sure of this? I mean, do you know specifically if that is the case with federal law? I find it hard to believe that they could ever prove in court that a person was “infringing patent laws” if they simply made something for their own use - and neither sold facsimiles or the plans to others. I mean, look at how similar so much different exercise machines/equipment are - and they’re being openly sold on TV, the internet, radio, magazines, etc.

I don’t think F. Lee Bailey could drag even a shmuck into court and win such a case against the guy if he simply made a home-made ADS, traction device or hanger - and was clearly not selling the model or the plans (unless, perhaps, the knockoff was an exact replica - down to all specs of the patented device).

Wad,

I’ve had some formal training in this area. There is no “fair use” exception for patents, like there is with copyrights. The patentee has the absolute right to exclude others from making, using, selling, or importing the patented goods (35 USC §271).

That said, it would be very difficult for the patentee in this case to enforce its patent against individuals who make the patented product for their own use. And what would be the damages—the lost profits from the product—even x3 for willfulness? Hardly worth launching a lawsuit.

My only concern is for Thundersplace. The forum doesn’t want to be in the business of promoting infringement of patents. That, itself, might be actionable, and the damages against the owners of the forum might not be insubstantial. I don’t think there’s any precedent for this type of lawsuit, but you never know.

Imagine if everybody here were to build and use one of these things. Now, we’re talking about the profit from the product times 30,000, times 3 for willfulness—now that I’ve taken the dubious step of posting this patent. Although Thundersplace is not itself infringing the patent, it might be found to have promoted its infringement in a way for which the courts could hold it liable.

What would be safer is to design around the patent. Just build something that doesn’t exactly match the description of the device in the claims. Avoid the claims and you avoid infringement.


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I have a penis plus, been using it about a week now and is my “stealth” strecher.


Feb 2003: 7" BPEL x 5" EG. June 2006: 9" BPEL x 6.5" EG

(6" base girth)

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