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I made an electric vibrating penis pump from an air-compressor/vacuum pump

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Wow Smertrios, you have really delivered the goods! Ditto on the thanks for the pics. Two thumbs up. :up: :up:

I would find it helpful to my understanding if you could show us a photo of the underside of the manifold (the side resting on the table top in pics 3 & 4). I’m imagining a sort of diagonal divide, but I’d like to see it if possible.

Also, in pic 5 the thin plate not shown (at right) is more or less identical to the one on the left, but just flipped around… is that correct?

Thanks very much for your effort, it is truly appreciated.


No, "mch" does not stand for "my cock's huger!"

... although it may do in the foreseeable future! :D

For vacuum control on the whisper 40 air pump I am thinking either a gauge and a valve to control pressure or a water tube that is filled with just enough water to maintain a constant vacuum. IE: it would work alot like the machine that I had attached to the tube in my chest when I was in the hospital with a pneumo/hemo thorax. I dont recall the name but essentially it was filled to a certain amount of water and the amount added controls the vacuum. There is a bit more to the usefull ness of the device *however* it is automatic at maintaining a consistent vacuum. Chances are the cost would be about as much or possibly less than a gauge and valve as its only slightly more sophisticated than a penis tube. The bubbler would be much bigger than a gauge and valve but the convenience of automatic vacuum level is awful hard to scoff at.

Could also use a valce on the bubble to keep the bubbling under control for when/if a very low level of water is used (approx 13.6 inches of water to each inch of mercury). Serious problems occur if the amount of vacuum set is greater than what the bubbler can hold (water can get sucked into the pump). And if it gets knocked over. Can you saw *OUCH* to that electrical shock?@! After careful consideration I dont believe I will be using a bubbler in the dsign its just too dangerous unless a better design can be used.

What diameter is the hose in your homemade vacuum pump, is it the thinner aquarium tubing or can I plug in the hose I use for a hand pump and be good to go?

I realize that may be a stupid question but I’ve been thinking about it for a while.

Also if you need I have a homebrew design for a water trap with a few parts from the aquarium section of a pet store and specialized check valve if you want to get fancy. I’ve tried the regular aquarium wedge check valve with aquarium tubing inside hand pump tubing which makes a good seal but causes problems with pressure bleeding.

If you’re looking for special parts I have a list of a few good websites…
I highly recommend CPC which makes all kinds of plastic parts including quick release attachments for lab,medical,food,and commercial uses as well as lots of other odds and ends.
Besides that you can find a lot of electronic stuff at smallparts.com.

If you need any help,ideas,or inspiration I love to tinker with home inventions for pe and would love to help.

If anyone knows where I can get synthetic skin compound and cheap springs that would be greatly appreciated.

http://www.smooth-on.com/ Where is a website where I can buy CPC products? I have quick connect couplers but would be nice to have the same as what is currently being used. The vacuum pump will have a quick connect coupler for a vacuum

Www.colder.com
That’s cpc’s main site just type in “quick disconnect” and take your pick of 38 results.
You should be able to find the almost exact match to what is used on pumps. Almost as in i believe they replaced the metal press with plastic for a few models.

You can also request custom models FYI.

haha lol,

this is real PE tool.

I would like to see a cock in it.


Pre PE-01/aug/09----6.5" BPEL, 5.5" EG

Now ----------------7.5" BPEL, 5.6" EG

Short term goal------8.0" BPEL, 6.0" EG

To anyone reading this thread who might be interested in a very cheap electric vacuum pump take a look here… ($15 and that includes the s/h)
$15 electric vacuum pump for anyone!

and the pic of underside of pump

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Retracting my previous enthusiastic response.

Having now had time enough to study the text and pictures, realized the thread title is grossly inaccurate in a couple respects.

Nothing to see here, nothing at all!


No, "mch" does not stand for "my cock's huger!"

... although it may do in the foreseeable future! :D

I picked up a Bailey vacuum pump (Model: 301-V-115V). I believe it is just a small aquarium pump with the valve reversed.

It pulls 4-5 hg and has an on/off switch and variable valve for controlling the vacuum.

I attached a 3-way connector to three pieces of tubing so that one goes to the vacuum, one to the pump cylinder and the third connection goes to the hand pump. The reason for the hand pump is for the quick release trigger valve which lets me cycle the vacuum during my pumping sessions (I typically pump to 4 hg hold for several seconds to get a deep pull then release the pressure and pump again).

Also, if I use the hand pump to increase the vacuum temporarily to 6hg several times during the pumping session and release again to zero then vacuum to 4hg.

I water pump and find that I much prefer the electric pump to the hand pump.

Hey Diverdown, where did you get that pump? Online?

I tried to find that model at www.baileymed.com but couldn’t find it! Couple other models on there that look like they may be modified aquarium pumps. Very expensive if they are!

Do you have a pic of your model you could post?


No, "mch" does not stand for "my cock's huger!"

... although it may do in the foreseeable future! :D

Originally Posted by Diverdown
I picked up a Bailey vacuum pump (Model: 301-V-115V). I believe it is just a small aquarium pump with the valve reversed.

It pulls 4-5 hg and has an on/off switch and variable valve for controlling the vacuum.

I attached a 3-way connector to three pieces of tubing so that one goes to the vacuum, one to the pump cylinder and the third connection goes to the hand pump. The reason for the hand pump is for the quick release trigger valve which lets me cycle the vacuum during my pumping sessions (I typically pump to 4 hg hold for several seconds to get a deep pull then release the pressure and pump again).

Also, if I use the hand pump to increase the vacuum temporarily to 6hg several times during the pumping session and release again to zero then vacuum to 4hg.

I water pump and find that I much prefer the electric pump to the hand pump.

According to this website
http://www.alibaba.com/product-free…acuum_PUmp.html
The Bailey vac pump is capable of up to 245 “mmHG” (what does that actually mean?)

It’s also 220v compatible (UK, Australia)
I’m curious, if I attached my piping to it and then used a “T piece” with a vacuum gauge on it, would that correctly show the current vacuum?
Then I could stick my hand over the end, measure the current HG setting before even attaching it.

Sounds like an interesting product, anyone ship it internationally?

Originally Posted by mch
Retracting my previous enthusiastic response.

Having now had time enough to study the text and pictures, realized the thread title is grossly inaccurate in a couple respects.

Nothing to see here, nothing at all!

Dont visit the forums often… what is grossly inaccurate about the title?

Surely there is an easier way to get our pumps to vibrate?

Ya someone could hurt themselves doing this wrong thats for sure! I knew what I was doing and what to expect. I already had the pump and never used it much I guess the neat factor wore off. Besides its crazy loud and the “$15 electric pump” does the job. MCH you have a post in that thread to. I should keep more upto date and find the option to be sent an email when someone posts to a thread I have replied to =/ You said “track back to the original”… didn’t mean to steal anyones thunder by creating this that thread. I had read about the rena conversion on another website in a pdf file that was posted I dont recall which one. Seemed like a great idea except for the $40 price tag so I thought to myself… Hey I wonder if a whisper pump with a simple mod would pull a strong vac. Ordered one and found out that inside they are as easy to convert as a RENA and posted to let others see.

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