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New Jes-Extender user -cannot adjust traction

New Jes-Extender user -cannot adjust traction

Hi all,

I’ve bought a Jes-Extender comfort and have been trying to set it up and fit it properly. Whilst I can wear it correctly, I’m finding it impossible to adjust the traction. It supposedly has three levels of traction 900g, 1200g and 1500g of force. Whilst I understand that new users should start with 900 I want to be familiar with the device and no amount of adjustment from me can increase this.

The instructions from the video and manual say that when you first fit it, you push down the plastic support towards the body so the ‘springs press home’ then tighten the plastic noose. Firstly when I do this the springs bounce back and there is nothing to keep them in the pressed position. Secondly when I try to adjust the screws or rods, no combination is able to change the degree of traction. It always remains at the lowest level.

Is there something obvious that I am missing or have I spent a lot of money on complete tat?!

Any ideas please!

The thing that keeps the springs from bouncing back is the tension between the base on your pelvis and the head of the unit strapped behind your glans. If you cant adjust to the proper compression to get your spring load, you need to add bars, hope this helps.

As hardhalfyard advised, if you are properly strapped in behind your glans, this will prevent the rods from springing back in. If it doesn’t, additional rods need to be added.

Once it is properly fitted, turning the adjusting screw will slowly move the bars out. There are lines etched on to the bar which presses onto the spring each representing tension at 900, 1200, and 1500. As the adjusting screw increase the length, the bars will start to uncover these lines to indicate the tension being applied. When the third line is uncovered you are at 1500 gr. tension.

Start 11/09 BPEL: 5.5", EG: 4.4"

Current. BPEL: 6:4", EG: 5.5"

Hi hardhalfyard and dtWarren1942, thanks for taking the time to help.

I did try adding rods but this just stretched my flacid penis to erect size and I still wasn’t able to get traction.

When I have fitted the silicone tube/noose around the head of my penis there are the two ends of it which are meant to be clipped into the two notches underneath, however I have so far been unable to clip them in as they seem too big. I’m just wondering if this is the issue, would the silicone tubes clipped in be able to keep the springs pressed in and so increase the traction?

Often stretched flaccid length is longer than erect length, so you very well may have to stretch it beyond erect length, I do. I’m not familiar with that particular extender and I use velcro, but I would think the silicone tubing will need to be securly fastened to avoid slippage, hope I was of some help.

Last edited by hardhalfyard : 02-18-2016 at . Reason: spelling

I just wonder if 900 1000 and 1500 traction, means that you have to feel the sensation of being pulled by around 1 kilo? If this is true, maybe you have a better cue on how to know if you are using the product correctly.

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