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Bathmate Poll

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Do you think Bathmate needs a pressure gauge?

No

6621.78%

Yes

23778.22%
Total Votes: 303. You may not vote on this poll

Originally Posted by sparkyx
you can use just your pumping cylinder and its detachable hose along with the LUV method and have a superior device for far less money.

How is that method superior to the BathMate? What are the BM’s disadvantages in your view? I’m sure they’re always looking to improve their product.


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Originally Posted by JoeW478
I have a bathmate and followed these instructions to the letter when using it and got lots of fluid buildup under the skin and doughnut effect exactly like if I use my air pump at too high pressure. This effect didn’t decrease after using the bathmate for awhile either (about 2 months) so I stopped using it and now use my regular pump with gauge at lower pressure and don’t have this problem. I definitely believe the makers of bathmate should create a new model with a pressure gauge.

Try the condom method! I tried it once, even though I’ve never experienced any fluid build up and it was weird, but some people claim that reduces fluid buildup allot! Try it and let me know, please? :)

Originally Posted by Para-Goomba
How is that method superior to the BathMate? What are the BM’s disadvantages in your view? I’m sure they’re always looking to improve their product.

Ditto that, improvements is what its all about. This thread alone is not designed to sell bathmates, but to get users input, and every input negative or positive is good…

— Agust

Originally Posted by ThunderSS
Yeah, well put my vote down on the column that says this thing needs work. Rust proof gauge isn’t a big expense. Redesigning the gizmo, if that is what it takes to make it safer, should be done. Not everybody has the experience that you do sparky, and I can see where plenty of new guys could get carried away with the thing and learn the hard way.

No its not that expensive, I did peek into Johns engineering part handbook and saw some things that we could use. Anyway, I’ve already despite my superiors dispute of an alternative Bathmate with Gauge to ask John for some prototypes… it actually can be achieves simply but it needs an engineering genius like John to figure it out, specially to NOT make it cumbersome and expensive.

BATHMATE.IO is my proposed name for the “advanced” version, as there is no way that the normal line will be discontinued by the company.

Good news though folks, we are phasing out the current valve and adding the SuperFlow valve to all dropship Bathmates as of April 2nd! (That is if the supplier delivers on time). There will be a retrofit program for several months so those that have the v2 Bathmate can upgrade their mate to v3 for a small charge and postage.

- Agust

Originally Posted by JoeW478
I’m thinking if they can’t get the instructions for use right then maybe this whole long explanation from Bathmate on why a gauge is not needed might be wrong too? Especially the part saying that there is no danger of damaging the penis?


I checked out bar conversion and found that 0.4 bar converts to 11.8 in Hg. Bathmate claims negative pressure can not exceed 0.4 bar so there can be no damage to the penis. 11.8 in Hg is more pressure than I have ever used with my gauge while air pumping. I usually go to 5 in. Hg and even at this pressure I generate a donut if left for more than 15 minutes.

I am sure a prudent person can use a bathmate without a problem, but someone has to protect the fool. The advantage of bathmate is its simplicity. If you have to add a gauge then you are defeating its usefulness. If you are serious about water pumping, get a good pumping system with gauge and practice air pumping until you get a good feel for safe pressures and than remove the pump and use your mouth for water pumping. Or, if you can afford the additional expense, you can now use the bathmate safely.

“Good news though folks, we are phasing out the current valve and adding the SuperFlow valve to all dropship Bathmates as of April 2nd! (That is if the supplier delivers on time). There will be a retrofit program for several months so those that have the v2 Bathmate can upgrade their mate to v3 for a small charge and postage.”

How much vacuum will this new valve allow?


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My opinion is yes you should, for the marketing point(your) of view which means that the product has been already a long time in the market and you guys should either provide customers a new product which costs a lot through R&D, or then simply modify a current product with lower costs, currently adding some new features to your existing product. A gauge is almost a necessity for safe pumping and a really useful one for customers, so it would benefit you and the customers:)

Originally Posted by matutinal_euphony
“…I’ve seen rally good once, and then I’ve seen REALLY bad once. I have not seen any corilation between price and quality; seams though…” — A Spell Check could help!

I was sleepy, but thats no excuse for bad grammar or spelling mistakes! :)

Originally Posted by ThunderSS
“Good news though folks, we are phasing out the current valve and adding the SuperFlow valve to all dropship Bathmates as of April 2nd! (That is if the supplier delivers on time). There will be a retrofit program for several months so those that have the v2 Bathmate can upgrade their mate to v3 for a small charge and postage.”

How much vacuum will this new valve allow?

Same sir,

The retrofit program will involve replacement of the top part of the unit, making it more easy to pump and control the pressure. The actual force is not dependent on the valve but the Rubber Gaiter; the shore factor in the rubber and the shape of it determines the max pressure.

The -0.4 bar is at maximum vacuum state, that is, all air is sucked out of it in the testing machines.

Kind regards,

Agust

Originally Posted by Henkke
My opinion is yes you should, for the marketing point(your) of view which means that the product has been already a long time in the market and you guys should either provide customers a new product which costs a lot through R&D, or then simply modify a current product with lower costs, currently adding some new features to your existing product. A gauge is almost a necessity for safe pumping and a really useful one for customers, so it would benefit you and the customers:)

Indeed, modification is what will happen, same molds and tools; but still under heavy debate. I am on “our” side, that is TP members side :)

You can easily reach pressures with Bathmate that are above the recommended range. If it wasn’t a water pump there would be far more injuries because they only say “pump it til water doesn’t come out from the valve”. Yeah right, this way I could pump to very high pressures, wonder if they ever took responsibility for this instruction… With no gauge it is just the matter of how well one can feel what is enough and what is too much.


Currently: BPEL=6.8" NBPEL=5.9" MSEG=4.48"

I would recommend you watch the video at www.bathmate.eu front page. The model was using the Bathmate fir the first time.

That is a very well done video that I have not seen before. Thanks for pointing it out.


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Yes, this is a far more informative video than the first one (guy in a bath, 2 chicks give him the bathmate). I also see the seller here in Hungary is somebody different and well www.bathmate.hu doesn’t contain these infos, just “pump until no water comes out from the valves”.

In this video the guy pumps just 2 times and that’s a low to moderate pressure. Here the people use it with too much pressure and the seller doesn’t take any responsibility for false&lack info… Or maybe he doesn’t know this and I write him an e-mail lets see what happens!

ps: The neck strip holder is a good innovation for bathmate!


Currently: BPEL=6.8" NBPEL=5.9" MSEG=4.48"

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