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Originally Posted by Walter5169
Ok, is there any other stuff I should know as far as cleaning/using it for long term pumping is concerned?
I use raw shea butter as lube.

Nothing comes to mind.
I clean mine with washing up liquid and no issues.

Ok thank you. I’ll still french kiss it after each use , may help.

So it seems everything is working fine, I need to pump a bit more at the start to create a seal and therefore vacuum. The skin was unevenly brownish when I pulled out, but everything is back to normal. The glans expansion is purty nice. Overall I like how it feels.

So after an other try, it seems it holds the vacuum for ever. I pumped at 3hg, and noticed when I gently pull the tube outwards it increases the pressure to 4-5 hg. Tiny red spots right now. Next I ‘ll use the IR lamp right from the start.

A quick way to release it is to push the skin at the base of the tube inwards.


Last edited by Walter5169 : 12-31-2014 at .

Originally Posted by Walter5169

A quick way to release it is to push the skin at the base of the tube inwards.

And don’t you just love the sound it makes :)

It is much better to release the pressure slowly though - very rapid de-pressurisation of your penis can cause more red spots etc.


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Mmm ok, do you use the metal piece at the top of the cylinder to decrease the pressure? In the safety/tips paper they sent with, they advise not to use it too often. Is it solid enough?

I think the water trap they sell is exactly the same as mine, 120 ml .

I actually ended up with plenty of red spots, so this could be a reason along with the dmso + castor oil I used yesterday.

Best way to let off the vacuum is just to re-attach the pump and use the pressure release valve on it to lower the pressure. To be honest it probably doesn’t matter much at 3-5 hg, but if you start getting higher you need to be more careful. By the time you try above 10 hg you will want to leave the pump attached to the cylinder all the time anyway for safety, so you can just drop the vacuum a bit immediately if you need to, or so you can easily cycle the vacuum up and down etc..


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I’ll keep the pump connected anyway. I guess the valve you mention is the thin screw under the gauge. I’m not using dmso + castor oil any time soon.

What do you think about a 120 ml water trap?

Originally Posted by Walter5169
I’ll keep the pump connected anyway. I guess the valve you mention is the thin screw under the gauge. I’m not using dmso + castor oil any time soon.
What do you think about a 120 ml water trap?

I have the Bathmate pump and it seems to displace considerably more than 120ml when it gets a pretty full pump. But that could be affected by cylinder wall size too.

I don’t know if it works exactly the same way, if it does, then I could do the first steps (major release of water) in the shower, and proceed later with the water trap once I have a good seal and a vacuum around 3 hg.

Is the volume of water poured out equal to my own growth in the tube? Entering the tube erect should limit the amount of water expelled.


Last edited by Walter5169 : 01-01-2015 at .

Originally Posted by Walter5169
I don’t know if it works exactly the same way, if it does, then I could do the first steps (major release of water) in the shower, and proceed later with the water trap once I have a good seal and a vacuum around 3 hg.
Is the volume of water poured out equal to my own growth in the tube? Entering the tube erect should limit the amount of water expelled.

That’s the trick, go into the tube as erect as possible to get rid of as much water as you can.
Keep an eye on the level in your water trap and when it gets about 3/4 full disconnect you pump and empty it.

You can do the whole thing one handed if you set up you pump right.
Fit the water trap about 2” from the pump and keep the hose about 2 feet long, this allows you to hold it over a sink or bath and by pressing the pressure release on the pump empty the water trap without having to take the lid off.
Another trick is to slowly squeeze the pump as you reconnect it to your cylinder, helps to stop air getting in.

It’s worth having as little water as possible in the water trap for a couple of reasons.
You’re less likely to accidently get water in the pump.
When you have more water espescially hot water you get more steam which gets drawn into the pump and builds up over time eventually requiring you to take it apart and clean it.

Capernicus1, could you post a photo of your water pump setup? Is there a shut off valve between the cylinder and trap that would allow you to disconnect and empty the trap without losing pressure?

Originally Posted by Ectospasm
Capernicus1, could you post a photo of your water pump setup? Is there a shut off valve between the cylinder and trap that would allow you to disconnect and empty the trap without losing pressure?

The qwik connector that Thickwall, Vacutech and most decent cylinders use is itself a cut off valve.
Will post a pic if I get a chance.

Thanks for the tips capernicus, I agree a simple pic of the setup would help everyone understand . I think the valve built within the top of thickwall’s cylinder allows to keep the same vacuum inside the cylinder even if the pump is disconnected. Although it may not be solid enough to be used often.

If I stayed in the shower all the time I could avoid using any water trap, and save myself the need to disconnect the pump right?


Last edited by Walter5169 : 01-02-2015 at .

Originally Posted by Walter5169

Thanks for the tips capernicus, I agree a simple pic of the setup would help everyone understand . I think the valve built within the top of thickwall’s cylinder allows to keep the same vacuum inside the cylinder even if the pump is disconnected. Although it may not be solid enough to be used often.

If I stayed in the shower all the time I could avoid using any water trap, and save myself the need to disconnect the pump right?

The pump is not waterproof. You will wreck your gauge quickly using it in the shower or bath.. I’d forget water pumping for a while anyway; I have tired it but I really see no necessity for it. The Thickwall valves are pretty solid. A regular smear of silicone lube on the o ring seal takes the strain off it taking it in and out often.


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