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squeezing into smaller tube for length

Here’s my situation…pumping is the only form of PE I am doing right now. My stats are 6.5” NBP x 6” base girth (tapering to about 5.25” right below glans). I have been using a 9” x 2” tube b/c that’s what I was advised to get based on my girth. I can pack the tube at the bottom 2” or so, but that’s it.

Here are my questions…
1. Is it true that until I completely pack the tube I will not get any length expansion?
2. Does it make sense for me to get a 1.75” tube and enter without full erection and then pump to full erection to hopefully achieve a more vertical stretch?

Thoughts???

You might achieve some length gain using a tube that you cannot pack, but most expansion will occur in width first.

I would recommend using a 1.75” tube. I am about 5.5” girth around the middle and I only use a 1.75” tube.
I pack it quickly and get a good length stretch. I find using the 2” tube pointless. All it does for me is create excessive fluid buildup.

EJ:

1. I don’t believe that length expansion happens only after you pack the tube.

2. At 6” base girth and 5.25” right below glans, a 2” diameter tube sounds like the right size. The hazard with using a smaller diameter tube is that if you do completely pack it, all the vacuum force is going to be focused on the glans. Other members have reported developing water blisters on the glans from doing that.

If you have the money to spend to experiment, go ahead, but you might want to consider saving some money by going with a cheaper tube such as the PictureBrite. (Jim Diamond cylinders at PictureBrite) Or if you have more of a budget, try one of the LA Pump oval tubes: Wide Mouth/Oval Cylinder.

Tinytim:

What routine are you following when you get the excess fluid buildup with the 2” tube? And have you considered Condom pumping ?


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

I get much better results using the 1.75” instead of the 2” . Packing the smaller tube helps prevent excessive fluid buildup, and I get the same length extension from both, although I believe I can get longer in the smaller tube.
When I come out of the 1.75” I can achieve EG of near 6”, which is just fine.

I’ve never tried condom pumping. I don’t understand it, and I have never felt I needed a different method. I’m satisfied with the method I am using.

Lampwick,

Thanks for the input. I was also looking in Ebay for some cylinders. Are all of the couplers on tubes the same?

It will cause more strain on your penis so I suggest that you use less HGs with a smaller tube. Yes a smaller tube will give you more length growth


Become one with the pump. See the pump become the pump.

Using a smaller cylinder for length expansion is a logical theory, but it does focus all of the vacuum on the head of your cock and that can lead to blisters on the head which are a bitch. Vacuum pumping puts equal forces on all surfaces of your cock and because there is a lot more surface area exposed in the girth direction, girth is the major benefit of vacuum pumping, not length. That is not to say that length gains can’t be achieved, it is just not the primary direction of the force.

Based on how much you are currently packing the base, I think the 2” cylinder is the best for you. The thing is, I have had had blisters before and I would hate to recommend the 1.75” and then have you get head blisters.

As far as the cylinders you linked to, I am not a fan of the tapered cylinder. I like straight walled cylinders that allow for equal expansion over the length of the shaft and head.


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.

Originally Posted by tinytim
I’ve never tried condom pumping. I don’t understand it, and I have never felt I needed a different method. I’m satisfied with the method I am using.

If you’re satisfied with the method you’re using, stick with it.

As I understand it, here’s condom pumping in a nutshell: wearing a condom while pumping increases counterpressure at the surface, so you get less superficial expansion and more ‘deep’ expansion. It also means that you may be able to tolerate a little higher vacuum without developing red spots, broken capillaries and lymph. Some members claim that their expansion lasts longer as well, which would make sense if you’re getting deeper, more thorough (as opposed to mainly superficial) expansion

Originally Posted by EJ
Lampwick,

Thanks for the input. I was also looking in Ebay for some cylinders. Are all of the couplers on tubes the same?

In theory, yes. In practice, one of Murphy’s laws applies: interchangeable parts don’t. I have had good luck between Vacutech and Dr. Kaplan, but the PictureBrite coupler does not seem to be quite the same size as those first two.

And I agree with gprent; I am not a fan of the tapered cylinders.


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

Thank you for your reply. What is the supposed benefit/advantage to a tapered cylinder? Are you primarily a fan of LAP cylinders? Do you think their new oval cylinders are just a gimmick?

Originally Posted by Lampwick
The hazard with using a smaller diameter tube is that if you do completely pack it, all the vacuum force is going to be focused on the glans. Other members have reported developing water blisters on the glans from doing that.

+1 on that. Be very careful anytime you concentrate pressure on the glans.

So far length gains haven’t come very easily for me and pumping is definitely not the way. While everyone’s experiences are going to be a little different I find that the pressure necessary to create any kind of significant pull when packing a tube is likely to cause blisters.

The only place I have felt the stretch from pumping has been in the ligs and there are other methods which have proven far more effective for me (manual stretches and hanging).


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Take your time, pick a simple routine you can stick to, and be consistent in your efforts. Patience is the key.

I am around 6.25 to 6.5, could I use 1.75 tube all right ? I barely pack my 2 inch tube, just the bottom third. I will even bring the pressures up to 10-15hg.


Starting BPEL= 6.7 " EG= 6.5"

July 2016 BPEL=7" EG=6.75"

Goal NBPEL=8" x EG=7"

Originally Posted by TheBigLurk
I am around 6.25 to 6.5, could I use 1.75 tube all right ? I barely pack my 2 inch tube, just the bottom third. I will even bring the pressures up to 10-15hg.

First off, I don’t know how safe it is to pump up to that high pressure so please be careful!

I have the same dilemma you do and I think the answer to your question is most likely no. My dick is wider from side to side than it is from top to bottom. My base width is 2” (circumference is 6”) so I don’t know that is makes sense to try and make 2” fit into a 1.75” diameter.

If I knew someone would purchase a 1.75” cylinder from me I would get one just to try it, but if it is too small I don’t want to be stuck with it.

There is a tradeoff.

I got a 2.50” shipped by mistake, I asked for a 2.25”. Of course vacuum is on all the sides.

The lower base attempts to pack at that crazy coke can like girth. It keeps it expanding a bit shorter than it does in a 2.25” tube, since the base is expanded wider.

With the 2.25” tube, the base expansion is limited to a more sane amount, and there is more length expansion.

The problem with “too tight” a tube, is too much friction on the shaft, and the vacuum never can pull it lengthwise enough because of too much friction.

I guess this is a plug for getting the right tube, and that an oval tube might not be a bad idea.

Originally Posted by EJ
Thank you for your reply. What is the supposed benefit/advantage to a tapered cylinder? Are you primarily a fan of LAP cylinders? Do you think their new oval cylinders are just a gimmick?

Personally I cannot think of an advantage to the tapered cylinders. I would never buy one.

On the connector question, my bostonpump.com cylinder and my picturebrite.com cylinder.

As to lapdist.com oval cylinder, if I had the extra cash I would probably get it. My penis is oval shaped. It doesn’t seem like a gimmick to me. I have quoted a couple “mini-reviews” from another forum here:

Wide Mouth/Oval Cylinder

OOPS — I see you have already seen that thread.

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