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Anyone tried the VelSeal cylinders at pumptoys?

Anyone tried the VelSeal cylinders at pumptoys? has cylinders that have what appears to be a silicone donut at the bottom to give a better seal and more comfort. They’re about $100. Has anyone here tried one of these?

Yeah, they’ve been around for a while, and there’s been some talk about them in other threads, but I haven’t personally tried one.

I have, however, decided to order one later this week. I’ve been looking for a good tube, and I don’t think it’ll get any better than this one.

I’ll let you know what I think after I get a little use out of it. Give me a couple of weeks.

IMO, I think that their tubes are quite good. I own a set and I have been happy with their products, still debating about getting the electric pump though.

I have been using the 1.75” and 2” for about a year now. They make quality stuff with fast discreet shipping.

Why would a person need an electric vacuum pump? It takes like three pumps with a hand pump to get 4-5hg and then you’re done. My tube stays sealed for my session once I get to 4hg. I’m not being a smart ass here, and I’ve PE’d for over 5 years, but just started pumping a few months ago. Is there some wild pumping routine or special tube that requires a constant air draw?

I work with positive and negative pressured vessels, differential pressures, pad/depads etc every day and unless you have an intentional cycling (relieving) tube/program then what is the need for an electric pump? Just curious!

Starting stats NBPEL 6" x EG 4.125" --> Mar 2008 NBPEL 7" x EG 5.25" Current Stats 7" NBPEL x 5.75" EG (Post 1st Round PMMA)

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I understand your point. Many of the electric vacuum pumps just seem to maintain vacuum at a set level and as such, really don’t do much more than a simple hand pump.

The Pumptoys Vaculogic QS-7 is a little different. (Whether it is different in a way that makes a difference is another question.) It is programmable to vary the vacuum level. Again, nothing that you can’t do with a hand pump, but if you wanted to do a lot of that and had the money that the QS-7 costs ($570+), it might be worth it. There are almost no posts here about it, so there’s not much in the way of user experiences on how worthwhile that might be.

For Lampwick, becoming hung like a donkey was the result of a total commitment.

I have two of their tubes (1.75” and 2”) and think they are excellent.

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