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Need advice reg. Pump

Need advice reg. Pump

Hi there!

I have been reading trough the Pumpers forum for quite a while now.

But I cannot post there (Not enough prive.) so therefor my question comes here.

Is this a penis pump worth the money?

Http://www.tradera.com/NYHET_Pump_M…on-77496770#pic

It has a good pressure indicator which I can use with the Pumping 101 Thread.

Thanks in return.

Hi phantasy,

I suggest you do a google search on nyhet pump master There are only a few hits to choose from but they seem to be cheaper if you look around.. As to their use and quality you might try a post in the Scandinavian thread where there may be Swedish members who have some knowledge of the pump

Hope that helps

Petit


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I don’t like the looks of the pump mechanism, or the hose, or especially the rubber booty on the end of the cylinder. I don’t think it would have a very long life. Find something better.


The primary goal of PE should be to make your penis as healthy as possible in both form and function. If you do that, increased size will follow.

Thanks for the tips!

There are one or two ( maybe more) pump manufacturers in the UK, and some suppliers of American products. So a search for penis pumps in Google (switch it to UK) should give you a good idea of what’s available. Then you could perhaps ask members advice on your choice.


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A pump with a pressure gauge is only half the story. You need to know how much negative pressure can it really achieve. For example, attaching a hand squeeze bulb to a gauge won’t make the bulb more effective — it is just a dirty marketing trick. Further, you really need to feel the material and see if it will last. You won’t believe how many poorly made pumps are out there and you’d be lucky if they last for more than a month or two.

The only way to do that is to try it, so always visit a sex store unless you know exactly which pump you need. All you need is to seal the cylinder end with your palm and start pumping, see how much negative pressure can it generate before you can pump no more.

Many stores have sample behind their counter, and if you ask nicely and clearly communicate your requirements, I trust they can find the perfect one for you.


*** Read the warnings and be aware of the risk of PE before starting ***

BPEL (start): 4.75"

BPEL (current): 6.2" X 5.3"

Thanks for the insider tips SexFunHk!

I will ask around on the online sex shops.

Btw,what are the main points to go with?

1) It needs to have an indicator that shows the current pressure.
2) It needs to have an good pump handle
3)It needs to be worth the money and be expensive because of an “P.HD” recommending it?
4)?

Originally Posted by C.phantasy
Thanks for the insider tips SexFunHk!

I will ask around on the online sex shops.

Btw,what are the main points to go with?

1) It needs to have an indicator that shows the current pressure.
2) It needs to have an good pump handle
3)It needs to be worth the money and be expensive because of an “P.HD” recommending it?
4)?


If a P:HD with a stethoscope dangling round his neck recommends it

Run Fast


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Originally Posted by C.phantasy
Btw,what are the main points to go with?

1) It needs to have an indicator that shows the current pressure.
2) It needs to have an good pump handle
3)It needs to be worth the money and be expensive because of an “P.HD” recommending it?
4)?

- You better make sure the pump can achieve at least -10Hg pressure (you only need about -5Hg actually)
- One of the most important yet usually being overlooked component is the sealing ring. The ring fits onto the open end of the cylinder and you insert your penis into the cylinder through it. Make sure the pump you are going to buy comes with a ring that your penis can actually fit through! The last thing you want while pumping is to have that ring chock on the base of your shaft.
- I won’t be too worry about so-called “Ph.D/M.D.” recommendation — these are yet another dirty marketing trick.


*** Read the warnings and be aware of the risk of PE before starting ***

BPEL (start): 4.75"

BPEL (current): 6.2" X 5.3"

Thanks a lot for the tips!

I’m currently waiting for some answers from shops,but in the meantime I will quote this from the “Home made pump” thread at.

Originally Posted by retention_head
I’ve been entertaining the idea of pumping for a while now. One of the reasons I hadn’t tried was that I didn’t want to cough up the $150 for the gear.

Thanks to this thread (and eventually the other “homemade pump” threads) I have now incorporated pumping in my routine.

It was so simple! MityVac from sears: $35. Gravel cleaner from Petsmart: $13. Total cost: ~$50. Everything connected together with no tinkering required.

Additionally I will get to learn some stuff about vacuums in internal combustion engines. The MityVac came with a manual that has a big section about vacuums, which I am going to start reading while pumping.

Thanks to all of those who figured this out in the first place.

I was wondering what your thoughts are about Retention_head:s device? It would be much cheaper making a pump like he did than buying one from a sex shop,right or wrong? I’ve read all the threads about Home made pumps but I’m no expert in this field.

Thanks for your time!

Never tried nor will I consider home made devices. Also, it’s such a pain to collect all the necessary components. If I really have to, I’d rather modify an existing pump — which I has yet to find a reason to. So no help on that area, sorry.


*** Read the warnings and be aware of the risk of PE before starting ***

BPEL (start): 4.75"

BPEL (current): 6.2" X 5.3"

I bought a penis head pump which has exactly the same mechanism/hose etc. It broke very quickly after use, also the seal didn’t hold the pressure well. Needed to keep pumping to maintain an even pressure.

Later I purchased the quality velseal cylinder with a seperate brass brake bleeding kit (the pump) for more reliable (full penis) pumping.

The difference was a far more repliable, and superior pump, that actually does the job right.

So as far as the cheaper pumps go, stay away from them! It will cost you more in the end to replace them when they break!

The more advanced pumps also allow you to detatch the hose whilst maintaining pressure, which is helpful.

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