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Originally Posted by equium
Also, just looked for penis pumps in the UK and came across the Mustang Starter Kit:

Http://www.penisenlarging.co.uk/Enlargement.asp

Any of you guys know if this would be a good one to start with?


Hey equium!

I’ve had a Mustang pump for some years now and can recommend it. I’ve had no trouble . The only slight annoyance is if water pumping is used, the barrel needs to be lubricated with something like a high quality olive oil to stop it sticking. If you intend to do water pumping it may be worth while asking Body Images (Mustang) what they recommend for a sticking pump in these circumstances.

Petit


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Ok, I’ve finally measured myself:

BPEL: 6”
EG: 4.4”

And based on the ‘selecting cylinder size’ thread, I should get a 1.75 cylinder as I mainly want to improve girth at the moment, I’m hoping streching and jelqing will increase the length. So I can’t go with the Mustang pump because they only come in 2 x 9 size. Can anyone recommend another pump where you can custom pick a 1.75 x 9 for example? I want to make sure I get the right cylinder size because both my testes were undescended as a child and so they haven’t developed properly (I’m 19 now) so I’m at even greater risk of them getting sucked into the pump!

Cheers guys.

Originally Posted by equium
Ok, I’ve finally measured myself:

BPEL: 6”
EG: 4.4”

And based on the ‘selecting cylinder size’ thread, I should get a 1.75 cylinder as I mainly want to improve girth at the moment, I’m hoping streching and jelqing will increase the length. So I can’t go with the Mustang pump because they only come in 2 x 9 size. Can anyone recommend another pump where you can custom pick a 1.75 x 9 for example? I want to make sure I get the right cylinder size because both my testes were undescended as a child and so they haven’t developed properly (I’m 19 now) so I’m at even greater risk of them getting sucked into the pump!

Cheers guys.


In alphabetical order:
Boston Pump
LAPump
PumpToys
Vacutech

Personally, I have the Vacutech thickwall straight cylinder, and have been very satisfied with it and with Vacutech customer service.

Before you make a decision, you might also want to look at this thread to see Crazyd032’s experience with Boston Pump’s customer service:
Pump Seal Problems
And this: How slow is Boston Pumping?


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


Last edited by Lampwick : 04-06-2008 at .

Boston Pump was incredibly slow, but it has been worth it. While I have only been experimenting with pumping for about 5-10 days, I have already enjoyed it greatly. Pumping for one set at 5-10 mins, at 2-3 HG, I saw increased EQ & morning wood. I also noticed a fuller flaccid, and my cock felt plump the rest of the day. I noticed these things after 3-4 days.

Originally Posted by xtremegamer
Boston Pump was incredibly slow, but it has been worth it. While I have only been experimenting with pumping for about 5-10 days, I have already enjoyed it greatly. Pumping for one set at 5-10 mins, at 2-3 HG, I saw increased EQ & morning wood. I also noticed a fuller flaccid, and my cock felt plump the rest of the day. I noticed these things after 3-4 days.


There are other companies that are competitive on cost and quality, and who are not incredibly slow. I recently bought an additional cylinder from VacuTech. I ordered it on Tuesday, with estimated Friday delivery; it arrived a day early, on Thursday.

I’m glad that you finally got your cylinder, and that pumping is working out well for you.


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

I really like it. It is great for me as I am not trying to get gains from pumping. If I get some, then it is gravy. I am just using it to aid my other PEing (stretches, Supra Slammers). The increased EQ is amazing.

Picturebrite very cheap, you get a pump and a cylinder, i ordered the 1.75” by 9”, it cost me about $28 and it came within three days even though i got the 7-10 day shipping.


06/01/2007 Bpel: 6.75" Nbpel: 5.75" Eg: 4.30"

06/25/2008 Bpel: 7.25" Npbel: 6.25" Eg 4.50"

12/22/2008 Bpel: 7.50" Npbel: 6.50" Eg 4.50"

Originally Posted by GGchase
Picturebrite very cheap, you get a pump and a cylinder, i ordered the 1.75” by 9”, it cost me about $28 and it came within three days even though i got the 7-10 day shipping.


Thanks, GGChase. It’s good to get the positive reports as well as the negative ones. Prospective purchasers can get a better picture that way.

Did you purchase via EBay or via their web site?


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

Their website, i ordered the 1.75” Cylinder and it came standard with the “bike” type pump, gotta say at $28, its definatley a steal. Today was my 2nd pumping session and im liking it already.


06/01/2007 Bpel: 6.75" Nbpel: 5.75" Eg: 4.30"

06/25/2008 Bpel: 7.25" Npbel: 6.25" Eg 4.50"

12/22/2008 Bpel: 7.50" Npbel: 6.50" Eg 4.50"

Thanks for the replies guys, Boston seems to have a good reputation despite briefly reading about the seal problems, will order my pump now :-)

It’s good to hear that a newbie is using Boston and it’s working well!


April 08: BPEL = 6', EG = 4.4' --> Aiming for BPEL: 7', EG = 5' by the end of the summer

Just found you can’t order Boston’s in a 1.75 diameter, so will go for VacuTech!


April 08: BPEL = 6', EG = 4.4' --> Aiming for BPEL: 7', EG = 5' by the end of the summer

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