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Used Vacu-Tech thickwall 2" by 10" for sale

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Used Vacu-Tech thickwall 2" by 10" for sale

Hello,

I bought this tube, but it turned out to be too large for me. Very bummed about that because it looks like a great tube, just too large for me right now.

It is like in great condition since I used it only a few times. Because it was too large, my scrotum and balls get pulled in and that’s very uncomfortable. I have cleaned the tube with detergent, wiped it down with alcohol swabs, so it is extremely clean. Looks spotless actually.

I paid 120.00 from Vacutech (100.00 tube + 10.00 for 10” +11 shipping) at their site. Consider buying it used to save yourself some money and helping me out as well. I’ll ship it Priority and send you the tracking number, shipped from Boston. Like I said, I’m broke so this is already a big loss for me. 70.00 for everything including Priority shipping.

I highly recommend this tube, but only if you are around 6” girth. Lots of potential with this tube. Anyone who has used Vacutech quality knows it’s the best shit out there for pumps. Instead of wasting on cheap imitations and quality that just fails, the investment in a Vacutech product is definitely worth that extra bit.

Thanks and please write if interested.

You can avovid pulling your pubes into the cylinder, by tying a piece of bandage around your scrotumn using a knot. that will make it too large for your balls to be pulled in. So you can then make use of the tube without having to buy another


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Second petitfaun. Before selling it, try some kind of wrap around your scrotum. petit mentions bandage, but be creative - some other piece of cloth, a ballstretcher, something else.

And something else to try. I have had success under such circumstances by starting with extremely low vacuum levels; just enough to get a seal. After a few minutes at that vacuum level, you may have pumped enough to fit the tube better and then raise vacuum a bit.

Hope one of these techniques helps you.


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Thanks for the suggestions, but I’m a pretty experienced pumper. When a tube is too large for you, it’s too large, period.

Originally Posted by monet
Thanks for the suggestions, but I’m a pretty experienced pumper. When a tube is too large for you, it’s too large, period.

There you go, then. In that case, it is a better decision to sell it, get it into the hands of someone who can use it, and put the proceeds toward a tube that fits you better. If you are able to sell it for what you’re looking for, you might still be able to buy a PictureBrite tube. They’re not Vacutech quality, but they are decent.

I am curious, though. As an experienced pumper, how did you wind up with an oversized tube?

I changed the title of the thread slightly to improve the chances that you’ll attract the attention of a potential buyer.


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

Thanks Lampwick, I noticed I missed spelled “used” but couldn’t revise it. I bought this tube some time ago when I thought I was ready since I was filling up the 1.5” pretty well. But, it was too big of a jump up.

I’m sure there are guys who may be considering upgrading so I put it up here instead of setting it aside in a duffle bag.

Good plan. Are you thinking about a 1.75” cylinder if you can sell the 2.0”?

There is a big jump in size with every quarter inch increase in diameter.


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

Does that include the pump?

Originally Posted by monet
Thanks for the suggestions, but I’m a pretty experienced pumper. When a tube is too large for you, it’s too large, period.

Yo. Vacutech-boy. Don’t sell that tube.

You should be able to use your cylinder with this: Sleeve Master. Should make a good seal without lube. Makes pumping easier and more comfortable - and a little less stressful on the soft tissue at the base.

For the scrotum.

Not necessary of course, but fun. (:


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Yes, the 1.75” works great! Just the right size for expansion without the painful pull of the scrotum. Also, tugging on the tube gives a great ligament stretch. Thanks for the suggestions, Happy, but I’m quite set on selling the tube. And no, it does not come with the handle.

In case others may be curious, the 1.75” by 2.25” elliptical thickwall is also too large for girth 5-5.25”. Those are interesting and definitely has potential, but if you’re thinking of getting it you should have girth around 6” to feel comfortable. Vacu-Tech’s size suggestions are usually 1 size larger than what’s needed as I’ve noticed. I’ve ordered a few times without really considering this and going by their suggestions and ending up with a tube a size too large.

This appears to be a common mistake, I’ve read.

Sold.

I’m glad you were able to sell your tube, and thanks for your observations on the elliptical tube as well. Did you also buy one of those?

Of course, I think that the gold standard for sizing cylinders is the thread here, Selecting Your Cylinder Size


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