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Upward curve.

I would like your opinions please.

I have an upward curve and this causes my Glans to get squashed and bruised while pumping in a straight cylinder. I am only 5.25” girth and use a 2” cylinder, I can get a seal in a 2.25” but this still hurts my Glans.

I am unable to find anyone that makes curved cylinders so I wanted to know if it is necessary to pack the tube in order to make gains.

If it is necessary I was thinking of ordering something like this (mush pic) with the bottom part 2” which I can pack the first 3 inches of now.
The wider top part will stop my Glans getting bruised.

If it is not necessary to pack a cylinder to make gains, it would be more comfortable than the above if I ordered something like this (2 stage).
The first inch or so is 2” and would allow me to get a seal as usual, then it is much wider allowing for my curve.

I would prefer the second option, the 2 stage but if I am unlikely to make gains with this type of cylinder I don’t want to waste my money.

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It is not necessary to pack the tube to make gains. Go with the 2 stage and consider buying a size that allows you to pump your whole package.

Who makes those cylinders? I am interested to look at their web site.

Originally Posted by bluenun
I would like your opinions please.

I have an upward curve and this causes my Glans to get squashed and bruised while pumping in a straight cylinder. I am only 5.25” girth and use a 2” cylinder, I can get a seal in a 2.25” but this still hurts my Glans.

I am unable to find anyone that makes curved cylinders so I wanted to know if it is necessary to pack the tube in order to make gains.

If it is necessary I was thinking of ordering something like this (mush pic) with the bottom part 2” which I can pack the first 3 inches of now.
The wider top part will stop my Glans getting bruised.

If it is not necessary to pack a cylinder to make gains, it would be more comfortable than the above if I ordered something like this (2 stage).
The first inch or so is 2” and would allow me to get a seal as usual, then it is much wider allowing for my curve.

I would prefer the second option, the 2 stage but if I am unlikely to make gains with this type of cylinder I don’t want to waste my money.

bluenun,

You don’t have to pack a cylinder to make gains. To me packing is just a way to monitor my progress and indicates to me when it ‘s time to move up in cylinder size.

I use and like my 2-stage cylinder. Don’t go crazy with size here. I use a 3.25” x4” x 10”. If you get too big a size, it’s just more of your pubic mound rather than your dick and sac that gets pumped.


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I think the two-stage would be more comfortable for you.

Maybe a good idea to work with your present 2” tube briefly first, with a lot of lube on your glans and on the inside wall. You might gradually get some straightening that way.


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avocet8

Who makes those cylinders? I am interested to look at their web site

From the type of label,I think the cylinders are from Thickwall.co.uk
I use their standard type,excellent.

In my search for pumping gear I had come across a site awhile ago that had a tube that allowed for full package pumping and was curved upwards with the head being a bit bigger but I’ve spent several days now trying to find the site for you but haven’t come up with anything, I do know that it was from an adult store site and not just a site dedicated to pumping.

Well I hope it’s not necessary to pack the tube to make girth gains because I have got my 2 stage now, first inch in 2” and the next 8 inches is 2.75”.

My Corona is no longer getting squashed and bruised but the front of the Glans right up to the Meatus still gets squashed against the tube even though the 2” is offset to the edge.

I was reading this thread which bothers me a bit because someone mentioned “If you are simply floating in a too large tube, you’ll get a lot of fluid buildup and some strange shaping”.

Packing may contribute to girth gains.

I have this problem also, it led me to “redesign” my cylinders with an array of stupid concepts I thought would solve the issues.. Suffice to say they didn’t, so I accepted pumping wasn’t for me and left it on the backburner.
Then when I got hooked up to the Internet I was certain I’d locate a cylinder to fit my needs.. Didn’t though did I.

I hope this thread receives a tad more interest, and someone who’s overcome this hindrance saves the day with their know-how.

JoD

I took a couple of months off after a Vasectomy and have been pumping in my new 2 stage cylinder for over a week now.
It does allow me to pump without getting the bad bruising I was on my Glans pumping in the 2” cylinder but I still could have done with more room, maybe 3.25” for the last 8”.

But I am getting some strange bulging whilst in the cylinder.
It is as if I am not expanding equally along the shaft.

What kind of “strange bulging?”


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avocet8

I get 2 bulges where the cylinder goes from 2” to 2.75”.
One at the CS and another on the anterior part of my penis.

Have you or anyone else reading this ever pumped in an over-sized cylinder before?
Just interested to know what differences you noted from pumping in a cylinder close to your girth.

Originally Posted by bluenun
I would like your opinions please.

I have an upward curve and this causes my Glans to get squashed and bruised while pumping in a straight cylinder. I am only 5.25” girth and use a 2” cylinder, I can get a seal in a 2.25” but this still hurts my Glans.

I am unable to find anyone that makes curved cylinders so I wanted to know if it is necessary to pack the tube in order to make gains.

If it is necessary I was thinking of ordering something like this (mush pic) with the bottom part 2” which I can pack the first 3 inches of now.
The wider top part will stop my Glans getting bruised.

If it is not necessary to pack a cylinder to make gains, it would be more comfortable than the above if I ordered something like this (2 stage).
The first inch or so is 2” and would allow me to get a seal as usual, then it is much wider allowing for my curve.

I would prefer the second option, the 2 stage but if I am unlikely to make gains with this type of cylinder I don’t want to waste my money.

Where can I order the two-stage cylinder? And why is it so difficult to find curved cylinders?

Originally Posted by Asics
Where can I order the two-stage cylinder? And why is it so difficult to find curved cylinders?

Go to the store at newart.com


Forum Guidelines PAST: 5.25"L x 4.75"G (base),EBP (January 2001) / PRESENT: 7.50"L x 7.00G (base),EBP It doesn't happen overnight! Commitment! Focus! Patience!/ Main Routine = Pumping/Jelqing/clamping + Homedic TheraP or ACE Wrap TheraP or ACE Wrap

I really would like to get back into pumping and be able to pump comfortably and successfully. I thought there would be hundreds of men enduring problems with an upward curve that forces the glan against the cylinder wall and halts lengthening in the tube.

Could you please reply if you suffer with glan compression on the cylinder wall by way of having an upward curve OR a high erection angle, which is also a problem?

Update, bluenun?

JoD

I pump and have an upward curve. I’ve actually never thought about it before reading this, but come to think of it, my glans does look like it is getting smushed. Does that really impede getting length gains?

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