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Vacu-tech or Bathmate??

Arsenal, I had a bathmate and would recommend you get a vacuum pump with a gauge. Also, you can not attach a gauge to the bathmate. The other thing to consider with the bathmate is it can eventually leak because of the various moving parts. And when it does leak, good luck in getting it repaired. Mine leaked within about 4 months. Now I am not saying the same thing will happen to you. What I am saying is for purposes of safety, I would remommend the vacutech. Also, you can check LAPUMP. Thet are good as well.

True my bad, pain isn’t the word i’m looking for. Say if the pressure is too great you’d know wouldn’t you.

I mean I already ordered the bathmate so I just have to be real careful and start slow. I’m pretty sure i’ll like the results once I get it so in the near future when I have money saved up I can also spend a little more for a quality air pump like the Vacu-tech but right now it’s just too much money for me. Would it be fair to say that both pumps work great?

Anyways thanks for the advice guys, i’ll read over the pumping 101 :)


Start date: 11/10/03 BPEL: 5.8 (5 13/16) EG:5.3 (5 6/16)

Current: 12/06/07 BPEL: 6.25 (6 4/16) EG: 5.50 (5 8/16)

Goal: BPEL: 7" EG: 5.75 - Numero Uno Papi Chulo

Originally Posted by megzobo
Arsenal, I had a bathmate and would recommend you get a vacuum pump with a gauge. Also, you can not attach a gauge to the bathmate. The other thing to consider with the bathmate is it can eventually leak because of the various moving parts. And when it does leak, good luck in getting it repaired. Mine leaked within about 4 months. Now I am not saying the same thing will happen to you. What I am saying is for purposes of safety, I would remommend the vacutech. Also, you can check LAPUMP. Thet are good as well.

Well it comes with a 12 month warranty couldn’t I just replace it?
Also can I have the direct link to LaPump?
theres two different ones, lapdist.com and cockpump.com…


Start date: 11/10/03 BPEL: 5.8 (5 13/16) EG:5.3 (5 6/16)

Current: 12/06/07 BPEL: 6.25 (6 4/16) EG: 5.50 (5 8/16)

Goal: BPEL: 7" EG: 5.75 - Numero Uno Papi Chulo

I’ve had mine for about 18 months now. And I love it. If they send you an extra “comfort ring” make sure you keep track of it. My original one came off. Other than that, I love mine. I’ve gained a half inch in girth from it, and today I had a post pump session girth of 6 1/8 inches. If you don’t go in to it and pump it up to max vacuum level you should be fine. Just go easy your first week. I just did ten minutes every other day for my first week, just learning how to pump effectively with it.

Originally Posted by raybbaby
I’ve had mine for about 18 months now. And I love it. If they send you an extra “comfort ring” make sure you keep track of it. My original one came off. Other than that, I love mine. I’ve gained a half inch in girth from it, and today I had a post pump session girth of 6 1/8 inches. If you don’t go in to it and pump it up to max vacuum level you should be fine. Just go easy your first week. I just did ten minutes every other day for my first week, just learning how to pump effectively with it.

sound advice bro thanks, have you tried air pumps too? It’s funny because just last week I wasn’t even thinking about pumps but now I kind of want to try a water pump and an air pump, i’m excited to say the least!!!


Start date: 11/10/03 BPEL: 5.8 (5 13/16) EG:5.3 (5 6/16)

Current: 12/06/07 BPEL: 6.25 (6 4/16) EG: 5.50 (5 8/16)

Goal: BPEL: 7" EG: 5.75 - Numero Uno Papi Chulo

Arsenal, I haven’t used the bath mate but I have bought cylinders from different companies and I think Vacutech is the best one. I’ve bought 3 cylinders from them

Thickwall, a regular one and cylinder for penis and testicles.

Good luck with your bathmate I had one worked good for the first 2-3months then it broke very poor quality. I bought a Vac-Tech no comparison in quality this one will last until I out grow it. I also bought a reservoir attachment so I could use it in the shower. I outgrew my first cylinder now I have the thick wall elliptical cylinder it works great I take it in the shower everyday for 15-min. I also like the gauge so I could keep the same constant pressure. It could be used in or out of the shower.


05/01/2012 BPEL 6.000 EG 5.500

10/19/2012 BPEL 6.625 EG 5.500 BPSL 7.2

First Goal BPEL 7 - End of 2012 second goal BPEL 8

Now I don’t have a way to verify this, but I can distinctly remember bathmate advertisements saying that the special outlet valve spring thing at the top, where you push the water out, is only capable of removing water until a vacuum of 2 Hg. Furthermore, descriptions from bathmate users do confirm that there does seem to be a maximum amount of water you can remove from it; and then you need to wait for more expansion before you can remove some more. And the bathmate instructions suggest trying to remove more water every 5 minutes as well; which again suggests that there’s a point where no more water can be removed without further expansion.

So I’m led to believe that the bathmate has a maximum vacuum pressure inherent in it’s design that it would not normally exceed. Whether or not that is 2 Hg I’m not sure because I can’t seem to find any information at the moment to corroborate that specific value.


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Go with Vaccu-tech. They make quality cylinders and you can keep an eye on pressure with the pressure gauge. I hear too many stories about the bathmate breaking prematurely.

Vacu-tech is like the Rolls Royce of pumps eh. Yeah I’m actually still waiting for my Bathmate so ican try out. If I happen to like the whole pumping aspect it will definately be a vacu-tech for my next pump.


Start date: 11/10/03 BPEL: 5.8 (5 13/16) EG:5.3 (5 6/16)

Current: 12/06/07 BPEL: 6.25 (6 4/16) EG: 5.50 (5 8/16)

Goal: BPEL: 7" EG: 5.75 - Numero Uno Papi Chulo

My bathmate didn’t last long before breaking. If I could “take back” any one single purchase of PE equipment I have ever made, it would be the bathmate. Probably my biggest waste of money was the bathmate pump. my lapdist air pump, I’ve been very satisfied with.

I hope your experience with the bathmate is better than mine was. Bathmate Review


Starting measurements (August 2009): BPEL: 7.625in EG:6.25in BPFSL: 7.5in flaccid BP length:4in

"Peak" measurements (Oct. 2012): BPEL: 8in EG: 6.625in BPFSL: 8.375 in flaccid BP length: 6in

Current measurements (Nov. 2017): BPEL: 8in EG: 5.75in BPFSL: 8.25in flaccid BP length: 6in

Originally Posted by Satarack
Now I don’t have a way to verify this, but I can distinctly remember bathmate advertisements saying that the special outlet valve spring thing at the top, where you push the water out, is only capable of removing water until a vacuum of 2 Hg. Furthermore, descriptions from bathmate users do confirm that there does seem to be a maximum amount of water you can remove from it; and then you need to wait for more expansion before you can remove some more. And the bathmate instructions suggest trying to remove more water every 5 minutes as well; which again suggests that there’s a point where no more water can be removed without further expansion.

So I’m led to believe that the bathmate has a maximum vacuum pressure inherent in it’s design that it would not normally exceed. Whether or not that is 2 Hg I’m not sure because I can’t seem to find any information at the moment to corroborate that specific value.

Taken from the bathmate website:

“the design of the bellows (the rubber part of the Bathmate) does not allow you to exceed the negative pressure threshold of 0.4 bar.”

Here’s the link: http://ww w.bath-mate.com/pe nis-enlargem ent.php

The home page: http://w ww.bath-ma te.com/

Incidentally, I’ve had mine for a year now, no problems. Started out with the Hercules model but will soon be going full time with the Goliath model.

Happy pumping!

Originally Posted by sleepy278
Taken from the bathmate website:

“the design of the bellows (the rubber part of the Bathmate) does not allow you to exceed the negative pressure threshold of 0.4 bar.”

Here’s the link: http://ww w.bath-mate.com/pe nis-enlargem ent.php

The home page: http://w ww.bath-ma te.com/

Incidentally, I’ve had mine for a year now, no problems. Started out with the Hercules model but will soon be going full time with the Goliath model.

Happy pumping!

0.4 bar is approximately 12inHg, isn’t it?


Starting measurements (August 2009): BPEL: 7.625in EG:6.25in BPFSL: 7.5in flaccid BP length:4in

"Peak" measurements (Oct. 2012): BPEL: 8in EG: 6.625in BPFSL: 8.375 in flaccid BP length: 6in

Current measurements (Nov. 2017): BPEL: 8in EG: 5.75in BPFSL: 8.25in flaccid BP length: 6in

Originally Posted by capernicus1
I’d advise youy to go for the Vacutech, I have two of their thickwall tubes and the Quality is superb.
If you want to water pump with it all you need is a brake bleed fluid jar.

What does the brake bleed fluid jar do? Make sure water and mist dont get into the pump?

Where’s a good place to purchase a reservoir cup or a brake bleed fluid jar? If anyone knows of any Canadian based sites that’d be awesome too.


Start date: 11/10/03 BPEL: 5.8 (5 13/16) EG:5.3 (5 6/16)

Current: 12/06/07 BPEL: 6.25 (6 4/16) EG: 5.50 (5 8/16)

Goal: BPEL: 7" EG: 5.75 - Numero Uno Papi Chulo

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