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Originally Posted by sta-kool

Unfortunately I don’t have the privacy to pump for the next few months, so I am going back to manual only PE.

Approach this from a positive point of view. This is an opportunity to do other forms of PE than you usually do, and then you can go back to pumping in several months (carefully!) when pumping is now a fresh and different exercise again for you.


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

rvman it does not have the ring built in.

well here is a little update: I found that my pump was not sealing due to a torn o ring. So I resigned myself to start when I got home. Well when I got home my bags were late. When I got my bags I found out that the air line baggage handlers were not gentle with my back so I had a rupture in the seal on the top part of my pump. I found that scotch tape does the trick so far. I am warming up right now for a trial run. I will let you guys know what happens.

Thanks for the info kool. Good luck with your privacy situation.

Best regards to all.

Originally Posted by Lampwick
Approach this from a positive point of view.

Lampwick: thanks, that is the attitude I am going to have about it. I am actually very curious to see how my unit responds to this manual only routine. Have picked up a little length in the last month, so so far so good.

myangelrod — I am betting you could replace that o-ring. See for example:

http://www.bostonpump.com/index.asp…ATS&Category=25

There may be a cheaper alternative thru mcmaster — maybe somebody will have a part number

Who knows — contact picturebrite, maybe it was defective and they will send you a new cylinder. (it seems strange that a baggage handler could break the 0 ring.)


Last edited by sta-kool : 06-20-2008 at .

Originally Posted by myangelzrod
rvman it does not have the ring built in.

well here is a little update: I found that my pump was not sealing due to a torn o ring. …

So seems a picturebrite caratheristic to have the O rings broken!

And they don’t respond at your emails about this problem.

mark001 - I found them to be very responsive. I do not believe that myanglerod has emailed them about this, as he blames the baggage handlers.

Here is how picturebrite responded to a problem i had.

There was a problem with my order (they sent the wrong cylinder). They responded promptly to my email and —-immediately—- shipped out a replacement cylinder. I had it in a day or two. They told me to return the wrong one whenever I got a chance, or if I was too busy just keep it. I thought they were really excellent.

As to the o-ring, there is a long thread about a single bostonpump cylinder (out of the thousands they have sold) having a broken o-ring, but I have not seen a thread about picturebrite o-rings.

Originally Posted by sta-kool
….As to the o-ring, there is a long thread about a single bostonpump cylinder (out of the thousands they have sold) having a broken o-ring, but I have not seen a thread about picturebrite o-rings…

I apologise if my English is not so good.

My bad experience with picturebrite stuffs is on Post number 7 of this thread
mark001 - Going to order from Picturebrite….

I received the male coupler with the O ring broken, so the entire stuff is useless.

I emailed picturebrite about that but I had not response.

~I do not believe that myanglerod has emailed them about this, as he blames the baggage handlers~

Actually my problem is three fold. The o-ring, the seal around the shaft and the head of the unit and after I got it back from baggage the needle was at 5hg no matter what I did to it.

The o-ring around the end of the hose that goes into the pump was frayed. I found a replacement at lowes as I can see this happening again. I also may not have been using the equipment properly, lesson learned.

As far as the baggage handlers it is possible that the unit was jostled in such a way that it weakend the seal from the shaft of the cylinder and the top of the cylinder. I put some tape around it and it still seemed to be leaking but not as much. I put more on but due to privacy issues I have not been able to try it out.

The vaccume gauge may have been from the pressure change during flight. I just go up to 8 to 10 hg taking into accout that the new zero is now 5.

It actually never occured to me to contact Picturebrite about it. If my problem persists than I may give them a call.

Other than problems that seem to be from my ill use or airline related I think that I have had a great experience with P.B

My first actual session was warm up 10min, 35 jelqs, 10 min in the tube at 3-5 hg, 35 jelqs and edged for about 10 min then 10 min with the heating pad. It was nice.

Thanks all
Best regards

Originally Posted by myangelzrod
I think that overall this is the best deal for me personally. I think this is a good way to go becuase it is pretty much an entry level pump. It was about seventy bucks total. Also, I though that I mentioned my stats and the size of the cylinder in my first post. It does have the gauge. This pump will be used in conjunction with a good jelqing routine.

Hey mark, could you elaborate on you picturbrite troubles and also why lapdist is better?
Sta-cool, how long have you had your kit and has it helped with your gains?

Thanks all

As a general principle, I would abandon the “entry level” philosophy. Entry level usually means harder to use, rather than easier. My philosophy, when entering a new area, is to acquire the most reliable and adjustable items that I can.

I learned this the hard way. I thought, I will buy a cheap guitar one that will be perfect for a beginner. Lots of people recommended that I get a beginner guitar. Well, the damn thing was a pain to play. So, I thought, “heck with it” and bought the best damn guitar that I could afford. My progress increased exponentially.

How does this apply to pumps? You want the most comfortable and adjustable pump that you can afford. You want one that feels good to wear, rather than one that causes irritation. You will be far more likely to stick to a routine if you have a pleasurable experience to look forward to. You don’t want to fight you gear.

I can definately understand your guitar analogy but the same may not apply to motorcycles or fast cars.

I think in this context I think that you are absolutly correct. However, I believe I made the right choice for my regieme. Besides I get the joy of shopping and purchasing another pump after I have filled this one up.

Best regards

Originally Posted by myangelzrod
I can definately understand your guitar analogy but the same may not apply to motorcycles or fast cars.

I think in this context I think that you are absolutly correct. However, I believe I made the right choice for my regieme. Besides I get the joy of shopping and purchasing another pump after I have filled this one up.

Best regards

Ture. Although, driving my A4 beats the hell out of driving my Accord.

Oh wait, disregard. I’m trying to pass myself off as a bluesman these days. Yea, old beat up pickup truck, or something broken down in the yard. Maybe both. :p

Just ordered from Picturebrite. I hope those scandalous pieces of shit, rot in hell. :)

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