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Jim Diamond cylinders at PictureBrite

Jim Diamond cylinders at PictureBrite

I would have made a thread, but I seem to not be able to..

I found this today while searching eBay. Seems like a good source to get cylinders and pumps cheap. They claim to work with all Boston Pump products too.
Looks like they have a (Harbor Freight)MI-TY pump and cylinder package for under 70 dollars. Here is their non eBay website.

Http://www.picturebrite.com/website/index.asp

Thought it would help save some people money, as I just shelled out 55 for a Boston pump cylinder. I will be ordering a 1.75 from them this week to compare to my Boston unit.

+1 for picturebrite! After I outgrew my gravel cylinder I got one from them and I’ve been quite pleased with it.

I can’t say what their pumps are like but they look pretty standard. The cylinders are quite good the only drawback being that they don’t offer any which are more than 9” long. Past that, they’re well made and the price can’t be beat.


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Did you get the Jim Diamond cylinder? They appear to be flared; are they constrictive at the base? (Smaller diameter at entrance than the diameter of the cylinder after that?)


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Originally Posted by pwned
I would have made a thread, but I seem to not be able to..

I found this today while searching eBay. Seems like a good source to get cylinders and pumps cheap. They claim to work with all Boston Pump products too.
Looks like they have a (Harbor Freight)MI-TY pump and cylinder package for under 70 dollars. Here is their non eBay website.

Http://www.picturebrite.com/website/index.asp

Thought it would help save some people money, as I just shelled out 55 for a Boston pump cylinder. I will be ordering a 1.75 from them this week to compare to my Boston unit.

gprent and all,

I find this site interesting.

I would like to know your opinion about this one, only $66:
P134 - Jim Diamond Hand Grip Pump w/guage & 2

I am very happy with my LAP kit, but I need a back up.

Do you think is a good choice?

Originally Posted by mark001
gprent and all,

I find this site interesting.

I would like to know your opinion about this one, only $66:
P134 - Jim Diamond Hand Grip Pump w/guage & 2

I am very happy with my LAP kit, but I need a back up.

Do you think is a good choice?

Yes, that looks like the same brass pump and adequate cylinder. Go for it.


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Originally Posted by pwned
I would have made a thread, but I seem to not be able to..

I found this today while searching eBay. Seems like a good source to get cylinders and pumps cheap. They claim to work with all Boston Pump products too.
Looks like they have a (Harbor Freight)MI-TY pump and cylinder package for under 70 dollars. Here is their non eBay website.

Http://www.picturebrite.com/website/index.asp

Thought it would help save some people money, as I just shelled out 55 for a Boston pump cylinder. I will be ordering a 1.75 from them this week to compare to my Boston unit.


You can’t start a new thread in other than the Newbie Forum until you have been a member for at least 14 days and have at least 20 posts. At last count, you have five. I moved this from the Harbor Freight pump thread, because it’s a topic that really doesn’t have anything to do with Harbor Freight, so I thought I’d split it off to reduce thread drift.

Thanks for the information on the site. Let us know what you think of the cylinder once you get it.


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

Another thanks for the site. I am looking to get a second larger cylinder, so I too would appreciate a quick review of the Jim Diamond cylinder when you have had a chance to use it.

Pwend, thanks for the site info. I have spent most of the day reading thoughts and viewing sites. This seems to be what I am looking for and at a price that is much more agreeable to me.

Appreciate moving the thread Lampwick. I was unaware of the 20 post minimum. Thanks for the heads up.

I haven’t purchased this yet. I got a little sidetracked with prepping for spring break and classes. I did however receive really positive feedback from another user (Mjolnir, he posted above) who tried them out. I would jump on it guys, as they seem to have extremely similar packages to bostonpump.com without the extra $$.

I am probably going to put off buying this for a month or two, as I haven’t outgrown my current cylinder. Yet. :)

Originally Posted by Mjolnir
+1 for picturebrite! After I outgrew my gravel cylinder I got one from them and I’ve been quite pleased with it.

I can’t say what their pumps are like but they look pretty standard. The cylinders are quite good the only drawback being that they don’t offer any which are more than 9” long. Past that, they’re well made and the price can’t be beat.

Mjolnir,

I am going to buy a kit of pump and cylinder from picturebrite as a back up.

If I have realise correctly you are from Canada so they ship all over the world.

I have a question for you,
how do you have organized your girth work for increasing by 2”? Do you do only pumping or also something else?

To keep with the main topic of this thread, I just received a second PictureBrite cylinder and have found that it is of equal quality to my first. The valve on the end works with standard pump attachments and makes it very easy to remove the cylinder as all you need to to is push it in with a pencil or other such object to release the pressure. It’s also easy to clean as the valve easily unscrews and with the help of a bottle brush it’s good as new in no time.

The flared base does go in slightly, but not significantly and it is quite comfortable for me requiring no other padding.

The only complaints I have are…

It’s too short. At around 9 inches they really don’t provide a lot of headroom for length gains.

The sticker down the length of the tube (which provides measurements in 1/4” increments ) is stuck on above the flare and rather than being cut down, it begins at zero. This results in it reporting the length as being about 1/4” less than it really is. As a result you have to keep in mind that objects in tube are longer than they appear.

Overall — great cylinders for the price.

Originally Posted by mark001
I have a question for you,
how do you have organized your girth work for increasing by 2”? Do you do only pumping or also something else?

Truth be told, only .25” of that has been since I started pumping. Most of my gains have come from proper two-handed wet Jelqing.

If anything since I’ve started pumping my gains have slowed down significantly as it reduces the time spent Jelqing.

I found myself packing the gravel tube within the first week (it was really to small to begin with) and then after a month or so I was packing the first of my PictureBrite ones. It seems that I have become more conditioned to pumping and find that I get a lot more expansion, faster, and with less lymph than when I first started.

I now get much more expansion in the cylinder, but it doesn’t seem to be cemented like the gains I achieved from Jelqing.


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I need some help.

Going to the site
http://www.picturebrite.com/website/index.asp

I was interested at P134 - Jim Diamond Hand Grip Pump w/gauge & 2 for $ 66.

But seems cheaper to buy the components separately:

1. P131 - Hand Grip Pump w/gauge $30.60
2. P124 - Jim Diamond 2 inch cylinder $27.95 or this ( can’t realise the difference) P133 - Jim Diamond 2
inch cylinder w free metal pump- ON SALE!!! $34.50

Am I wrong?

Mark001 — to me it looks like they have two different versions of the Jim Diamond 2-inch cylinders. A newer model and on older model.

On the site the pictures seem to be the same, but if you visit the Picture Brite ebay store, the pictures look different. I wrote them to ask the difference between 123 and 133. When I hear back I will let you know.

Go to ebay and search for item# number: 280176075469 - Jim Diamond 2 inch enlargement cylinder $22.50 Buy It Now —- it looks like a STRAIGHT cylinder (which is what I want)
Then look at ebay Item number item# number: 270213572099 - Jim Diamond 2 inch enlargement cylinder $19.50 Buy It Now — It looks like a TAPERED cylinder

Actually now that I look at the pics on the website, the Cylinder that comes with the brass pump with a gauge appears to be the tapered cylinder.

But as I say I wrote them yesterday to get clarification on this. When I hear back I will post here.

Mark001 — I heard back but they only answered another question I had — I sent two messages, they only replied to one so far

Anyway, their number is 1-888-419-0022 — best bet I think is to call them.

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