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Vacutech or LA PUMP?

Vacutech or LA PUMP?

Money is no problem. (Whole set)

Please move to pump section. Thanks, if possible.

What kind of cylinder, flared or thickwall? I mostly want girth if that makes a difference for the cylinders.

I have always used flared (rimmed) round cylinders and personally don’t think the elliptical are worth the extra money.

Vacutech is excellent quality, but I do worry a bit about their plastic handled pump.

LA Pump is also excellent, a little less expensive and the pump is all metal.

You can buy the identical set-up as LA Pump at the following link for even less money and the price includes shipping. You would want the metalvac pump with one straightwall rimmed cylinder for $135.00.

I know money is no object for you, but other guys can also use this info.

You should use our sizing chart to determine your cylinder diameter. I do not have a sizing chart for elliptical tubes, but if you decide to go that way I can give you more info on determining elliptical tube circumference (girth).

Selecting Your Cylinder Size

The primary goal of PE should be to make your penis as healthy as possible in both form and function. If you do that, increased size will follow.

I’ll have to sleep on this for a while to make a final decision. Regardless, I don’t think I can go wrong with any of these products. Thanks for the reply.

If you’re just starting out a flared tube would likely be a better option then you’ll better be able to size an elliptical later if you choose to. They are said to target length more I believe. I have both types and switch them up here and there. The thick wall is surely made to last, the downside being with using heat, it takes longer to heat up/keep heated. The flared is slightly more comfortable to wear, the flange is smooth and seamless unlike some cheaper tubes I have that have an inner rim that can pinch as it’s rather sharp, not a quality acrylic tube.

I can say the plastic hand pump from Vacu-tech is still the original one I use over five years old still works fine. I bought another plastic spare break bleeder pump which lasted all of about two months before breaking. eBay, $30 and you get what you pay for I guess.

Have bought 4 vacutech cylinders over the years, quality is superb, just expensive if you’re outside the US

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