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Just completed my Wench!

Just completed my Wench!

Well, it wasn’t as difficult as I thought, I must say that. And I’m not a handyman either. Took me about an hour to make (slow I know). But it definently is a device that is soft and sturdy yet effective on the penis. BUT I did run into some problems.

First off, since I don’t have Theraband yet, I wrapped twice around with a cotton sock. I came to find out that sucked. So I put the wench on ( the velcro strap made it around and stopped just short of the right handle strap, is this as far as everyone else can get it?) and gave the handle a gentle tug to see if it would slip off. Much to my surprise, it held on well. So now it was time for the Cable clamps. I put a medium cable on midshaft as was suggested in the instructions and attempted to close it. It didn’t work. Just wouldn’t close. Almost like there was too much stuff getting in the way. So I took the wench off, and took the sock wrap off completely and put the wench back on. Tried the cable clamp again and after seriously pushing hard, I got two clicks off on that bad boy. But now, the outer “hard” velcro part of the strap was scrunhed underneath the clamp. Not good.

So here’s what I’m thinking. As unbelivable as this sounds to me, I think I have too much flaccid girth for a medium clamp. Anyone else had this problem. So I think I’m gonna go back to Walmart tommorow and buy a large clamp. Or maybe I didn’t wrap “tight” enough. Tight enough that it would compress the entire contact area? Hmm…

-Alrdybig

Two more things. When the wench is on, should the grippers be at a position where they are directly facing one another (if you ran imaginary lines through them longitudingly, the two lines of the two seperate grippers should be parallel)? Is this the optimum position?

And #2, I just read that someone used toilet paper as wrapping material for the wench. How advisable is this? Is it ok?

-Alrdybig

p.s.- w/o (hahha, now I know Thunder is going to see this post). Thunder, I made a mistake in posting this thread in General. Could you move it to the Hanger’s forum. Much appreciated.

Originally Posted by Alrdybig

And #2, I just read that someone used toilet paper as wrapping material for the wench. How advisable is this? Is it ok?

-Alrdybig

Alrdybig I had the same problems at first with the wench not fitting and the clamps not closing. What I did was cut the excess velcro material off the wench plus I made my wench just a little thinner.

What I use for a wrap works perfect for me. It only takes 2 seconds to wrap my penis. No Pain , NO Discomfort works great.

I used Duct tape and a cotton tee shirt. I put 2 pieces of tape on a old cotton tee shirt. Then cut out a rectangle My wrap is 7 inches long and 2 1/2 inches wide.

There is no slipping of the wench. Plus I use baby powder on my penis and the cotton side of the wrap. So It never sticks to my skin.

I also use a heating pad to keep the wrap soft and very comforable.


What are you gonna do? Sic your dogs on me? Or your bees? Or dogs with bees in their mouth so when they bark they shoot bees at me? I think Mr. Smithers picked me for my motivational skills. Everyone always says they have to work twice as hard when Im around! Its not easy to juggle a pregnant wife and a troubled child, but somehow I managed to squeeze in 8 hours of TV a day. Getting out of jury duty is easy. The trick is to say youre prejudiced against all races. - Homer Simpson.

Hmm, I had some trouble too at first, getting the clamp to go around all of the way. I had to try REALLY hard to get even one clip with the red medium cable clamp. After a while the wench got more used and compressed, and I am now able to do 3 clicks, if I try REALLY hard.

I use a a thin foamy ace bandage underwrap thing underneath a regular ace bandage. I think wrapping is just some thing that you must get used to. It took me about a week to truly get it the way I wanted it, and then I am still improving it now.

The grippers should be compressing the sides of your unit. It takes time to get the hang of hanging, just stick with it.

maxwell, when you cut off the excess velcro, is there still enough to make one complete revolution and close it? have their been any adverse effects of this? I thought all that extra velcro had a purpose.

And pahncrd, do you suggest I stick witht the medium clamp instead of buying big one? Did the wench also bunch up below the medium clamp for you? How did you alleviate that problem?

Originally Posted by Alrdybig
maxwell, when you cut off the excess velcro, is there still enough to make one complete revolution and close it? have their been any adverse effects of this? I thought all that extra velcro had a purpose.

And pahncrd, do you suggest I stick witht the medium clamp instead of buying big one? Did the wench also bunch up below the medium clamp for you? How did you alleviate that problem?

Yes just enough to close it at the very top. If I didn’t cut the excess velcro off I could not use the Medium clamps. The large are way to big. The large clamps fit around my wrist.


What are you gonna do? Sic your dogs on me? Or your bees? Or dogs with bees in their mouth so when they bark they shoot bees at me? I think Mr. Smithers picked me for my motivational skills. Everyone always says they have to work twice as hard when Im around! Its not easy to juggle a pregnant wife and a troubled child, but somehow I managed to squeeze in 8 hours of TV a day. Getting out of jury duty is easy. The trick is to say youre prejudiced against all races. - Homer Simpson.

Maxwell, could you explain your wrap a little better? It sounds interesting. I don’t understand the part about 2 peices of tape?

Alrdy,
>when you cut off the excess velcro, is there still enough to make one complete revolution and close it?<

With the device already on your unit, mark your Wench at a point you feel the amount of Velcro band becomes overkill. Take the Wench off and trim this excess. You should now have enough Wench to adequately achieve a decent grasp of your shaft and also fit a medium cableclamp around its girth.

Another helpful change might be to use a thinner material for a strap loop - further reducing the girth of your Wench.

> have their been any adverse effects of this?<

I haven’t experienced any - but allow yourself enough overlap so as to ensure a decent hug without a clamp. It is entirely a personal preference but one full revolution with an extra 1 1/2” overlap works for me.

> I thought all that extra velcro had a purpose. <

The measurements given in the original instructions are really just a general size suggestion. Keep in mind that the device is meant to be modified to your personal perference and needs.

>Did the wench also bunch up below the medium clamp for you? How did you alleviate that problem?<

This is an important point. The distortion of the Velcro band under the top end of the clamp is not at all a bad thing - it is in fact a desired effect: The “dorsal bridge”. You will likely see a series of waves in the velcro band. The bottom line is that the hard edge and major pressure of the top end of your clamp not impact the dorsal region of your shaft. The distortion in the Velcro band serves as an added barrier to this potentiality.
This is not a perfect analogy, but imagine it as the interior of a peice of corrugated cardboard: The ribbed space between the two outer sheets of board does a great job of spreading/relieving/minimizing any pressure applied to either side of the board.
That this distortion of the Velcro band contacts your shaft is of no negative consequence - it in fact helps secure the Wench and prevent slippage.

As an aside (not directed at you, Alrdy) I’ll say that there seems to have developed an unrealistic fear of anything ever coming into contact with the dorsal region when hanging, but when one considers the constant contact the hand makes with this area when manual stretching it helps put things into better perspective.
The function of the Wench is to mimick the effect of the human hand: A full encirceling of the shaft with an emphasis on lateral compression. Try not to be put off by the device contacting the full circumference of your shaft - the eliptical shape of the clamp coupled with the grippers, as well as this dorsal bridge effect should do a good job of keeping you within the safe zone.

Intense and concentrated levels of pressure on the dorsal region (noose hangers as an example) is what needs to be avoided. Always keep in mind that you are responsible for the health of your unit, and you have to at all times use due caution and good sense when hanging.

A wise man once said: “The price of a big unit is eternal vigilance.”

>When the wench is on, should the grippers be at a position where they are directly facing one another (if you ran imaginary lines through them longitudingly, the two lines of the two seperate grippers should be parallel)? Is this the optimum position? <

A nice question.
Ideally every unit would be a perfect cylindrical shape and therefor respond perfectly to a “symmetrical” posistioning of the grippers. Since this is not the case, take advantage of the fact that the griippers are at all times ajustable and space them in such a way as to optimize the comfort and quality of hold they provide you with when you hang.

-Cap

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