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I need a pump with 3 different cylinder sizes, where can I get one

I need a pump with 3 different cylinder sizes, where can I get one

Ok so I need a pump with 3 different cylinder sizes for a pretty cheap price, anyone know where I can get one? I need 3 different cylinder sizes because I’m trying to treat a condition known as peyronies and supposedly you need a pump with 3 different cylinder sizes like the somaerect or soma correct but they are too expensive. Anyone know of any more? Thanks

Originally Posted by newbie2007
Ok so I need a pump with 3 different cylinder sizes for a pretty cheap price, anyone know where I can get one? I need 3 different cylinder sizes because I’m trying to treat a condition known as peyronies and supposedly you need a pump with 3 different cylinder sizes like the somaerect or soma correct but they are too expensive. Anyone know of any more? Thanks


Newbie2007:

Where did you get the idea that you need a pump with three different cylinder sizes to treat Peyronies? I checked out the somaerect site, but did not see any mention of multiple cylinders or treating Peyronies.

Do a search on this site on Peyronies and start reading. Members have reported success with pumping, stretching, bends and jelquing.

(Members do sometimes use multiple tube sizes when pumping, but generally because they’re doing something called staged pumping, where you start with your smallest tube, pump [slowly and carefully, without excessive pressure!] until they’re packing the tube, then move up to the next larger sized tube.)

As an example of how bending, jelquing and pumping can help a curve in the penis, see Mr. Happy’s post Mr. Happy - Urgent help - Penis curvature :

Originally Posted by Mr. Happy
I too have a curve to the left (a socialist penis, if you will), which I have improved. Erect bends, Jelquing against the bend, and time in the vaccum tube with heat.

It’s still there to some degree, and I don’t think it’s so bad, but the improvements came over time.

The pump with heat gave me girth gains. As Mr. Happy has expanded to conform to the tube, he has naturally had to straighten out.

Erect bends were done very gently bending against the bend and holding for 30 seconds, releasing for a bit and then bending again. Off and on like this for 5 minutes or so.

I don’t know if the traction devices will be of much help. I’d say a commitment to jelquing and otherwise handling the penis from the opposite side, regular gentle erect bends, and finally the pump. The pump really helps.


If you don’t have to buy three tubes, perhaps you can afford to buy one better one. Save some money on the pump by getting the pump from Harbor Freight:

www.harborfreight.com/cpi/ctaf/disp…temnumber=92474

It’s still on sale for $16.99. Buy a quality cylinder from some place like
www.vacutech.com or www.lapdist.com .

You will need a male adapter; buy it from your cylinder source, or directly from
www.mcmaster.com, part number 5012K251.

Finally, go to Gprent’s excellent thread on cylinder sizing:
Selecting Your Cylinder Size
to help you get the right cylinder size.

Good luck!


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

If you go to peyronies forum.net theres a method everyone uses that works the best. It’s like a small tube for the first two weeks, then medium, then large all over a 26 week period. I guess though any kind of pumping would help like your saying. Maybe I should just buy a quality pump? Do you know any real good pumps for like 60 or under? Thanks man

Is a Osbon Classic manual model VED better then anything I can buy for $100 or under? I have a friend offering to give me one but it’s been used and I’m not really excited about using a used one,lol. Is there anything I can get of this quality for 100 or under? Thanks

Originally Posted by newbie2007
Is a Osbon Classic manual model VED better then anything I can buy for $100 or under? I have a friend offering to give me one but it’s been used and I’m not really excited about using a used one,lol. Is there anything I can get of this quality for 100 or under? Thanks


I strongly suggest that you take the advice Lampwick offered you in his excellent post: however if you’re getting it for free, spend $2.99 on a bottle of rubbing alcohol and you should be set.

GM

Originally Posted by newbie2007
If you go to peyronies forum.net theres a method everyone uses that works the best. It’s like a small tube for the first two weeks, then medium, then large all over a 26 week period. I guess though any kind of pumping would help like your saying. Maybe I should just buy a quality pump? Do you know any real good pumps for like 60 or under? Thanks man


Well, that was an eye-opener, and educational. I hadn’t heard of the three tube method for treating Peyronies, and now I have.

(For others: the first link Newbie2007 was referring to is peyroniesforum.net. On the message board there, there is a link to www.vacuumtherapy.org/extras.html, which goes into some of the details about the three tube routine.)

So, having read that, I’ll discard the suggestions I was thinking of. You would need all three cylinders by Week 7, so I’ll discard the idea of just buying the smallest tube and buy the others down the line as you see progress happening.

I’d still go with the Harborfreight pump that I mentioned earlier.

In looking through the peyroniesforum.net for more details on the three tube system, I haven’t yet found a lot of detail about just how large the three tubes are. I did see where someone had manufactured their own tubes, but they only mentioned two inside diameter dimensions. Those were 1.5” and 1.75”. Another post mentioned 1.5, 1.75 and 2” inside diameter cylinders. Yet another post mentions inside diameters of approximately 1 - 9/16 inches, 1 -11/16 inches and 2 - 1/8 inches.

Have you checked out Gprent’s excellent thread Selecting Your Cylinder Size ? I don’t know how the curvature of Peyronies would affect his recommendations; you might want to ask him that in his thread. The protocol seems to encourage you to use the smallest diameter cylinder that you can squeeze yourself into, flaccid, with lots of lube.

If you think you could squeeze yourself into a tube of that size, members have reported making their own cylinder out of aquarium gravel cleaning cylinders. That would require some work on your part, but is significantly less expensive than the commercial tubes. Here’s a thread about that; Long Grass made his own cylinder with 1.75” inside diameter: 12.5” gravel cylinder + comfort base . There are smaller gravel cleaning cylinders available, so possibly you could do this to take care of both the A and B cylinders.

So if you follow this course, you have saved yourself money by getting a very good pump with gauge, and two workable cylinders from alternate sources. At this point, you might want to spend the money on a commercial cylinder for the 2” inside diameter cylinder. Here are some sources for those, in alphabetical order:

www.bostonpump.com
www.lapdist.com
www.nwpumpworks.com
www.pumptoys.com
www.vacutech.com

This is about the least expensive way I can think of to achieve your goal of three tubes and a quality pump with a gauge. Keep in mind that you also need to buy a male adapter for the commercial pump, either from the pump vendor or from www.mcmaster.com, part number 5012K251.

Good luck!


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

Originally Posted by newbie2007
Is a Osbon Classic manual model VED better then anything I can buy for $100 or under? I have a friend offering to give me one but it’s been used and I’m not really excited about using a used one,lol. Is there anything I can get of this quality for 100 or under? Thanks


Free is good, and I second GlandMaster’s suggestion: wash it well with some kind of soap or liquid detergent such as dishwashing detergent, give it a good soak with rubbing alcohol, and you should be good to go. Or, to be even safer, you could give it a soak in a bleach and water solution. The following article suggests a mixture of nine parts water to one part bleach. (Make sure to rinse it well, several times, in plain water afterward; don’t give yourself a chemical burn in a sensitive part of your body!)

www.scripps.edu/newsandviews/e_20060213/bleach.html

That only gives you one cylinder size, though, and your original question was on how to do an affordable three tube system, so consider this: take the free Osbon Classic and if you’ve got $100 to spent, spend it in getting a better pump and rounding out your array of tube sizes. The Osbon looks like a fairly good size inside diameter cylinder, so that probably takes care of your largest inside diameter cylinder needs. You could get the two smaller cylinder sizes by getting the gravel cleaning cylinders, or splurge and get a 1.5” gravel cleaning cylinder and a 1.75” commercial cylinder and male adapter. You will still want to buy the Harbor Freight pump if the one that comes with the Osbon does not have a gauge; the information I saw online about the current Osbon Classic shows it with a pretty cheap looking plastic pump without a gauge.


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

Lampwick, your such a help man. I’m really trying to avoid using a used pump at all, I just don’t like the thought of it,lol. So can I get a pump as quality as this Osbon for $100 or under? My case of peyronies is mild and I just have a dent band running halfway across my penis, no real bend at all yet. If the Osbon doesn’t have 3 cylinders then can I find another pump as good as this one for under $100? I would rather use a brand new one,lol. Does this make sense? Thanks

Lampwick, I mean I guess I could use the used pump if I can’t find one as quality as the Osbon for under 100 bucks. It should be ok if I sterilize or boil it right? I would still rather use a new one though then maybe buy and add cylinders as time goes on?

Originally Posted by newbie2007
Lampwick, your such a help man. I’m really trying to avoid using a used pump at all, I just don’t like the thought of it,lol. So can I get a pump as quality as this Osbon for $100 or under? My case of peyronies is mild and I just have a dent band running halfway across my penis, no real bend at all yet. If the Osbon doesn’t have 3 cylinders then can I find another pump as good as this one for under $100? I would rather use a brand new one,lol. Does this make sense? Thanks


Yes, you can definitely get a pump, cylinder and male adapter for less than $100. From what I’m seeing, it will be better quality than the Osbon. You’ll have a metal pump rather than a plastic one, and you’ll have a pump with a gauge, which is important.

Figure out your cylinder size from Gprent’s thread, buy the pump (which comes with tubing) from Harbor Freight, and then get the proper sized cylinder and male adapter from one of the sources cited above, or buy the cylinder from one of those sources and the male adapter from McMaster. It’ll all come to less than $100, and you’ll wind up with a very good pump with a gauge, and a very good quality cylinder.


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

But is there any put together pumps I can buy that are better then the osbon? Thanks

Also if I do use a used one is that safe, from like catching anything? I just wanna make sure,lol.

Originally Posted by newbie2007
But is there any put together pumps I can buy that are better then the osbon? Thanks

Originally Posted by newbie2007
Also if I do use a used one is that safe, from like catching anything? I just wanna make sure,lol.


Newbie2007:

‘Put together’ pumps better than the Osbon? By ‘put together’, I take you mean one-stop shopping? Sure. Look at the sites I posted earlier, and check out package prices. Get one with a metal pump and gauge, and size your cylinder according to Gprent’s thread also cited earlier. LA Pump, for example, has a package with a metal pump and gauge for $140 plus shipping and handling. If you don’t get one with a metal pump, you’re not doing any better than you would with the Osbon.

And as for the safety of using a used one, I’ve already addressed that. Soak the cylinder in the water and bleach solution I described earlier. Rinse well after the soak. I would feel safe using such a cylinder.


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

Thanks man. But why bleach? Just to clean it? I can’t just boil the cylinder? Thanks

Originally Posted by newbie2007

Thanks man. But why bleach? Just to clean it? I can’t just boil the cylinder? Thanks

Bleach disinfects. If you’re sure that the plastic in the cylinder will stand up to being boiled, go ahead.


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

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