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Traction on Sizegenetics extender

Traction on Sizegenetics extender

Hi all,

So I’ve been wearing the sizegenetics for a few weeks now.

How does the tension thing work.. I’ve read countless threads with countless answers where it just states “The actual force exerted can be read on the hexagonal pistons and the force of traction can be varied from 600 to 900g, 1200g or 1500g

The device is automatically set with the traction level of 600g when first delivered.

Each marking on the piston equals a traction force of 300g. Thus, at the exertion of maximum force (1500g) only one marking is visible on the piston;”

I can’t see these markings? What does it mean when it says “only one marking is visible on the piston”? Does that mean that these hexagonal rods actually go inside the bars and disappear when you screw them? Mine don’t.

Currently, I simply screw the hexagonal pieces and make the device longer when using it, but I have absolutely no idea at what tension I am stretching it at. Would be of big help if someone could point me in the right direction..

Thanks

Have you tried asking to the manifacturer?

I just dug out the instructions for mine, which I purchased years ago, and at that time they used round, not hexagonal arms. But it was never really something I needed to mess with anyway. Aren’t you supposed to start with the arm length an inch and a half less than your BPEL?

Originally Posted by samuel5
Hi all,

So I’ve been wearing the sizegenetics for a few weeks now.

How does the tension thing work.. I’ve read countless threads with countless answers where it just states “The actual force exerted can be read on the hexagonal pistons and the force of traction can be varied from 600 to 900g, 1200g or 1500g

The device is automatically set with the traction level of 600g when first delivered.

Each marking on the piston equals a traction force of 300g. Thus, at the exertion of maximum force (1500g) only one marking is visible on the piston;”

I can’t see these markings? What does it mean when it says “only one marking is visible on the piston”? Does that mean that these hexagonal rods actually go inside the bars and disappear when you screw them? Mine don’t.

Currently, I simply screw the hexagonal pieces and make the device longer when using it, but I have absolutely no idea at what tension I am stretching it at. Would be of big help if someone could point me in the right direction..

Thanks

Sam I suspect you have not got enough tension for the marks to register. Took me a while to work out how to get there with my proextender which works the same way. The trick is to stretch the pemis by hand and compress the springs at the same time before you clamp in. Once you do this then use the adjustment screws till you get to the first mark. Takes a bit of practice and not explained properly in the manuals.

Hope that helps

Austfred

Thanks for all your help chaps.

Still can’t seem to change the tension though, it always has 4 bars showing.

Originally Posted by samuel5
Thanks for all your help chaps.

Still can’t seem to change the tension though, it always has 4 bars showing.

Sam, I assume you are a novice extender user and are facing the same issue as when I first started extending. I believe the issue is that a penis has a fair amount of stretch travel in it before you get a decent tension reading and most spring based extenders have limited travel using the screw adjusters.

The trick I found is to stretch your penis am much as you can by hand while pushing the extender into your pubis with the other hand (by pushing from the cradle end to compress the springs) before you clamp your head with the noose or strap. Once you get that right you will have a fair tension on the springs before you start using the adjuster screws. Most extenders are supposed to be adjusted back to the first mark when you start out. The manuals should explain all this but don’t.

I just came across this thread looking for a solution for this problem I am having with my Size Genetics device which I bought several years ago. I can’t find any answers to this so hopefully someone can answer it here.

Using this video as a visual guide: youtube.com/watch?v=RXzOEBNiLok

At 1:24 you see the animation show that as the hand screws are being turned the upper bar with the markings start entering the thicker bar on top. I suppose this is how it is meant to measure the amount of traction that is set.

Well, mine does not do that. When I turn the hand screws the bar simply extends but the part with the markings does not go in. This has always been how my Size Genetics device has been.

I spoke to an agent from the company years ago who told me of another way to measure the traction and this was by measuring it from how far the hand screws were to base (I.e. Where the hand screws start off when it is screwed all the way back with the lowest amount of traction). Since it has been a while, I don’t remember exactly what the measurements are using this method. Can someone please help me?

Thanks.

Thanks guys.

Originally Posted by G.P.
At 1:24 you see the animation show that as the hand screws are being turned the upper bar with the markings start entering the thicker bar on top. I suppose this is how it is meant to measure the amount of traction that is set.

Well, mine does not do that. When I turn the hand screws the bar simply extends but the part with the markings does not go in. This has always been how my Size Genetics device has been.

I spoke to an agent from the company years ago who told me of another way to measure the traction and this was by measuring it from how far the hand screws were to base (I.e. Where the hand screws start off when it is screwed all the way back with the lowest amount of traction). Since it has been a while, I don’t remember exactly what the measurements are using this method. Can someone please help me?

Hi GP

I suspect the problem is that the initial tension is too low so when you adjust the hand screws you cannot get the bars to move. The answer I found is to use a technique to hand prestretch your penis as you clamp it in the extender. I do this by the following:
1. mount your penis in the extender
2 with one hand stretch your penis as much as you can while pushing push back the cradle to compress the springs with the palm of the other hand.
3 while in this position tighten the noose or strap so your penis is strapped in.
4. now start adjusting the screws till you get to the first mark.

Hope that helps
Austfred

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