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Vacu-tech or Bathmate??

I wanted to try a pump device and don’t know which one to try. I’m totally new to pumping so any advice will help. I’m stuck between those two pumps, if anyone has any other brands or suggestions by all means. I’m looking to implement the pump into my PE routine to aid me with further gains length and girth wise. They’re both around the same price and I’m undecided, I thought the Bathmate sounded cool at first because you can use in the shower but I don’t intend to be in there for 40+ minutes plus my other exercises…sounds a bit much. So I was leaning towards the Vacu-tech because I planned on doing my PE in the shower and then the pump when I get out. I already spend enough time in the shower, and I’m running up the hydro bill with all the hot water. Tell me what you guys think, thanks.


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’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.

Pumping threads don’t belong to newbie section.

I’m trying to find this “brake bleed fluid jar” but not coming up with any results. Does it go by any other name? I usually just disconnect the cable from the pump and use my mouth to create the vacuum, but it’d be nice to be able to just use the pump while in water.

I think i’m going to try the bathmate, It’s safer which I feel is newbie friendly. I would say the build quality is nothing compared to the Vacu-tech but I like the idea of the bathmate, plus even if I don’t want to use in the shower I can use in my room all I need is a towel or a bucket. Plus using it as a warm up warm down is a bonus!


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 felt like I was seeing some benefit from the Bathmate until I got a little overzealous pumping it down and am now on a PE break due to a small burst blood vessel that kept returning. So if you go with it just be careful and take it slow.. Cheers!


Start:01 Jan 2012 - BPEL = 6.6 , MSEG = 5.5

01 Apr 2012 - BPEL = 7.0 , MSEG = 5.5

Goal: Bigger than the next guy.. ;D

Yeah I can see that happening, which is why i’m gonna be super careful. I’m buying from Bathmate.ca since I live in Canada, just wanted to know if anyone can tell me if that’s a legit site? Pretty sure it is, theres bathmate.ca and bathpump.com…from everything i’ve searched up on I think both are legit? I don’t trust google anymore…


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’m not a professional pumper, but I think an air pump is better because the single most important thing when pumping is knowing the pressure you are using.

I love my pump and cylinders from Vacu-Tech, and they ship fast too. I’d definitely recommend them :)

Is knowing the pressure you’re using that important, I mean as long as your not over doing it you should be fine right?

It’s $158 for Bathmate using the coupon code and they have a Canadian website. Vacu-tech is almost $200 and I don’t know any coupon codes and the shipping cost is more money.

Otherwise I would definately take a closer look at the Vacu-tech pump. At the end of the day would you consider the Bathmate to be that much under geared compared to the vacu-tech. All i’m saying is if there’s little difference between the two for effectiveness then i’d rather the Bathmate still. Plus I heard you lose your temporary size gain faster compared to the Bathmate?


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

Thanks guys, now I don’t know what to pick!!! haha


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 Arsenal416
I think i’m going to try the bathmate, It’s safer which I feel is newbie friendly.

As a pumper, I will tell you the bathmate is NOT safer nor is it newbie friendly.

With the bathmate you will have no idea what pressure you are using.

At thunders we recommend staying between 2.5 and 5.0hg of pressure.

The bathmate has no pressure gauge. Very easy for a pumping newbie to use too much pressure.

Yeah but wouldn’t you notice if you were experience more then usual pain??

Another question, would you be able to purchase a pressure gauge separately and use on the Bathmate?


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, pumping should not be painful. If it’s painful, you’re doing something wrong.

In fact, pain is not even a reliable indicator that you’re applying too much vacuum.


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