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New Pumper (Which one should I buy?)

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New Pumper (Which one should I buy?)

I was thinking of buying a pump, because I’ve heard a lot of good things about it.

In all honesty, I personally think it’s really similar to jelqing, except that you’re just expanding it over a broader area at the same time using a different form of pressure than… Grabbing and pulling…

So I was thinking that it would be a good substitute to it.

If I’m misinformed in this assumption, please do tell…

Soooo, without further ado, aside from correcting me if I’m wrong (from above), I was curious if I could get a few recommendations on pumps.

I’d prefer anything under 30$ (and 20$ if possible), but… Seeing as my tool is the only tool I’ll have for the rest of my life… I’d like to treat it to the greatest care it can get.

Can I get some recommendations on pumps and where to buy the pump you recommend?

I’d also prefer it to be packaged “subtly” if that makes sense… I live with other people and I don’t want it to be shipped from like… “PLEASURE TOYS WAREHOUSE, WE MAKE YOU FEEL GOOOOOOD” or something…

~If you need to know current size to know what the size of the pump should be: Roughly 1.7” across the top, and 6.35” in length.

Thanks a lot guys! Appreciate the help! As always <3

You’re not going to get something safe and effective for under $30. There are a lot of threads in the pumpers forum with a lot of good information on picking a cylinder and a pump, as well as picking the right size and things. If you just click on the pumpers forum, the first few threads listed should have most of the basic information.

Personally, I would recommend the Boston Pump cylinder with a Harbor Freight gauged pump. The total with shipping will be like $100. Most of the cheap things you see online are complete crap, so I hear.

Also all of these things usually come in very discrete packaging and have non-embarrassing sounding names on your credit card statements.


I'm a disciple of science.

Thanks a lot for your suggestion and your information :> I kinda figured that I might have to spend more than what I was originally thinking… I thought that those cheap ones might actually be worth something… Oh well.

How long do they generally tend to last? I hope I don’t have to buy a new one like… a few months after the first one… I guess I might be willing to shell out 100$ for something like that… Since it is after all… For something really important.

I’ll be sure to check out the posts. I couldn’t find the right one that gave suggestions for things like that, but I’ll check it out for sure.

Out of curiosity… Are you solely a pumper? And is your current from constantly doing PE? Or just off and on for 2 years?

Thanks again mate :)

I don’t think you will find anything new that is safe to use in the $20-$30 price range. Check out this guy’s ebay store: http://cgi.ebay.com/PENIS-PUMP-Vacu…=item2c57bf99ce

Minimally you want an acrylic cylinder with a smooth flange and no raised seams, quick release connectors, and a vacuum pump with a pressure gauge. The store in the link has pump kits with cylinders of various sizes, with gauged pumps for around $50, and that is probably as low as you can realistically go. The same seller sells pump kits with the same cylinders but a better vacuum pump with an all brass cylinder and gauge for around $75: http://cgi.ebay.com/PENIS-PUMP-Vacu…=item2eaf13dd32

That pump in that kit looks identical to a pump sold by Pumptoys.com for $49 so it isn’t too bad a deal since the pump as sold by Pumptoys does not include either vacuum tubing or the male quick release connector: https://www.pumptoys.com/prod/stoframe.php.

VacuTech, LA Pump Distributors, and Pumptoys all make very high quality cylinders but the cylinders alone frequently go for around $100 or so.

Pump can be bought in Harbor Freight for $20-25. There are good cylinders on eBay for $20-25 as well, I’m using one and I’ve got no complaints so far.

I would never pay like $70-100 for a cylinder, it’s simply not worth that much and pump stores greatly overprice everything they sell.


Start • 5.94''x4.92''

Now • 6.50''x4.96''

Goal • 7.00''x5.75''

GalloDulce, if I buy that pumper kit from Harbor Freight is it ready to connect and use with the Cylinder from ebay? How do I attach them together? I don’t need any adapters with that? Basically I just connect the kit to the cylinder and I’m good to go?

Thanks in advance

Originally Posted by GalloDulce
You will need these male connectors, by the way i found these to be the least expensive ones.

http://www.mcmaster.com/#5012k251/=aclus2


I had trouble finding shipping cost. Turned out it was only about $2.

Originally Posted by GalloDulce
or you can get this cylinder on ebay,
http://cgi.ebay.com/2-Flared-Base-P…=item45ee809b18


That’s the one I have. :yes:

Originally Posted by mtype
GalloDulce, if I buy that pumper kit from Harbor Freight is it ready to connect and use with the Cylinder from ebay? How do I attach them together? I don’t need any adapters with that? Basically I just connect the kit to the cylinder and I’m good to go?

Thanks in advance


Just like GalloDulce said, you’ll need the male connector. Also, you will need tubing in case the one you get with the pump doesn’t fit. I personally have Mityvac MV8000 pump which came with various diameter tubings and “diameter converter” so you can connect smaller diameter tubing with bigger diameter tubing. Without that, I wouldn’t be able to connect the pump with male connector (too big diameter difference).


Start • 5.94''x4.92''

Now • 6.50''x4.96''

Goal • 7.00''x5.75''

Originally Posted by Niveus
Out of curiosity… Are you solely a pumper? And is your current from constantly doing PE? Or just off and on for 2 years?

Thanks again mate :)

I do manual exercises, pump, clamp, and edge. Basically everything except hanging. I don’t think you’ll get much from pumping alone. My PE was continuous for about 6 months, consistent but less frequent for another 9, and has been very continuous and consistent again for the past year. I think most or all of my gains have been increases in EQ. But combining pumping, clamping, and lots of heat seems to have given me another 8th inch in girth over the past few months.

Good luck!


I'm a disciple of science.

The tubing that comes with the Harbor Freight pump fits the McMaster fitting mentioned by GalloDulce

PumpToys have the best in my opinion. Costly but the comfort is worth it. I have made my own cylinders but you can not beat the seal and comfort you get with a pumptoys.com pump.

Originally Posted by TuggerJoe
PumpToys have the best in my opinion. Costly but the comfort is worth it. I have made my own cylinders but you can not beat the seal and comfort you get with a pumptoys.com pump.


PumpToys is filthy expensive. Their cheapest cylinder is $135 and their most expensive cylinder is $300. :eek:

Also, seal doesn’t have much to do with the pump, but the cylinder (base shape and circumference in relation to penis girth).


Start • 5.94''x4.92''

Now • 6.50''x4.96''

Goal • 7.00''x5.75''

Cylinder is what I meant. Thanks for pointing that out. Pumptoys have very comfortable cylinders in my opinion. I bought mine for $100 with a seal.

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