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Vacuum hanging with water in the bell

Vacuum hanging with water in the bell

I thought I had read about vacuum hanging while using water to replace the air vacuum in the bell. It was some time ago. I recall the water doesn’t expand and contract as air does so it prevents the increased vacuum at the tip which has the potential to causes blisters. I tried searching for info on the forum, but I can’t seem to find hits that are appropriate among all the air vacuum hanging posts and threads. Any suggestions on a search phrase that would get appropriate results?
Does anyone have experience with this method of hanging? If so, could you describe your experience? What weight were you able to use? Were you able to continue with the method to achieve gains? Did you abandon the method? Why? Do you have any wisdom to share?

If a moderator would like to move this to a new thread in the Penis Hanging forum, that might be appropriate. I don’t have enough posts to start the thread there.

I’ve used water for a few years in various combinations.

You can hang a lot of weight without any slippage, the only issue I found was developing small water blisters when going over about 40mins around the 10lb mark.

Recently I tried using tape, wrapping with coflex bandage and using water, found I could easily go over an hour at 10lbs with no issues at all.

If I continue hanging that’s the method I’ll use.

Originally Posted by capernicus1
I’ve used water for a few years in various combinations.
You can hang a lot of weight without any slippage, the only issue I found was developing small water blisters when going over about 40mins around the 10lb mark.
Recently I tried using tape, wrapping with coflex bandage and using water, found I could easily go over an hour at 10lbs with no issues at all.
If I continue hanging that’s the method I’ll use.

Thanks for sharing your experience. I briefly tried hanging with water traction a while back. It was a little tedious to set up, but it was pain free just like vacuum hanging and it seemed to support longer sessions at heavier weights when I tried it. I wonder why more aren’t using this method of hanging. I certainly don’t see very many posts about it.

As I inch up in weights and session length I think it will be the method for me.

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