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Water resistant pump and gauge

Water resistant pump and gauge

Hello everyone, i used to be an active member of the Spanish forums over here. I’ve gone over the beginners exercises again and again with good results.

Lately I’ve been meaning to start with pumping. I’ve read a lot about it, and to me it seems that water pumping is more “gentle” on the dick than traditional one.
The problem is I don’t seem to find a pump with a gauge that is officially resistant to water, sellers don’t seem to mention water pumping at all. Then you have some water pumps like the bathmate, but without a gauge. And I really want to know how much pressure my dick is under.

So all I want is a gauge and a pump that will not break with water, and a cylinder if it comes with it too… given my girth 2 inches is the desired diameter.

I live in the UK, but whatever is shipped over here will do.

Thanks guys.

You could add cup in your vac. line to collect moisture.

Thank you for your answer TuggerJoe, but sorry, I don’t understand what you mean. I don’t know what “adding cup in a vac. line” is…

I’d just like to know which pumps and gauges can withstand water, as in water pumping.

Does anyone have any information on this, please? :)

You require a brake bleeding kit that any local car parts distributor would keep it has a water trap all ready for you.

Yes, I agree with the answers above, buy or build yourself a water trap!

There are no vacuum gauges that I know of that are sufficiently water proof or water resistant to handle the amount of water that might accidentally go through it when doing vacuum pumping with water. Probably a similar situation for most pumps too.

You could make your own water trap quite easily and cheaply. For example: Get an airtight jar which can hold more water volume than the amount of water you will be using. Drill two holes with the same diameter as your air hose into the lid of the jar. Cut your air hose into two, or better yet, obtain a second length of it. Insert one end of the air hose from your cylinder in through one lid hole almost down to the bottom of the jar. Insert one end of the air hose from your vacuum pump so it goes just a little way inside the other hole in the jar lid. You may need to seal around these lid holes with silicone or something else if they leak too much air around the inserted air hoses. That is your basic water trap! Any spillage from your cylinder air hose collects at the bottom of the jar and can not travel up to the vacuum pump air hose due to the air gap between them. The bigger the gap between any water collecting at the bottom of the jar and top air hose leading to your vacuum pump, the less chance of any water going to your pump, so remember to stop and empty the jar if too much water collects in it.

With a water trap you should be able to use any pump or gauge regardless of whether it is water resistant.

Okay, thank you for feeding back this information guys, I thought there would be some water resistant gauges and pumps…. damn it. Thanks mch for taking the time to explain.
I have found these all-in-one pump/gauge/bleeding kits in Amazon, would these do the job?
http://www.amazon.co.uk/Vacuum-Test…8122146&sr=8-13
http://www.amazon.co.uk/Motorcycle-…8122146&sr=8-14

I still find it difficult to understand how the bleeding kit works, I can’t bring my head around it :( . I’m gonna try to write the way it works in my mind.

So imagine I have my cylinder full of warm water, the cylinder attached to one of these pumps/bleeding kits, i insert my dick in it and start pumping….
As there is barely any air in the cylinder, when the pumps starts pumping (creating vacuum) it will “suck” the water out of the cylinder through a hose that comes from it, goes through the gauge so it can measure pressure and then it’s just thrown away off a hose off the gauge.

Omg, in other words it’d be: cylinder, then hose coming from it and going through the pump and gauge, and then hose leaving the pump throwing away whatever material is being vacuum, in this case water.

Then, with this in mind, I don’t know how the bleeding kit works, that’s why I don’t know if the ones I posted from Amazon are fit to do the job.
I believe I don’t quite understand the process, I must be missing something :(

Guys, where does the bleeding kit fit in my mental picture of water pumping? Anyone could explain it as in water pumping for dummies? xDDDD Please :)

If there were pumps with gauges ready to use for water pumping I would just buy one. Right now I’m stuck till I get to understand what exactly should I buy to make it work.

Sorry to write such a long post, hopefully someone will give a hand to this humble stranded pumper wannabe hahahah and It’ll be of help to others in my situation too.

Insert you dick into the tube with warm water. The hose comes from the tube and goes in to reservoir cup, which will catch any water that accidentally gets sucked through the hose. This protects the pump/gauge. From the cup another hose connects to the hand pump.

Hope this helps.

Thank you Naab, now I did get it :)

I think I’ll order one of those bleeding kits I posted.

Thank you!!

lordignatius you are misunderstanding one very essential thing, which when you realise this, everything will become so much clearer!

When people refer to “vacuum pumping with water”, they generally mean that the water is in the the penis cylinder. That is the only place you want or need the water to be. The vacuum pump itself is still only drawing air, and in no way is water meant to be pumped into or through the vacuum pump. That is why you need the water trap in between the penis cylinder and the vacuum pump, to prevent any travel of water getting as far as the vacuum pump (or gauge, if one is attached). The vacuum acts upon the water, the water itself is not being pumped.

Key point to understand: The water itself is not pumped and should not go to the pump or gauge.

I think a diagram might be helpful to show you, but I can’t draw and can not help you with that. Perhaps a text based example instead…

[PenisCylinder]===>AirHose===>[WaterTrap]===>AirHose===>[VacuumPump]

(In fact, you probably wouldn’t want or need water to travel even as far as the water trap. Its only there for accidents!)


Last edited by mch : 02-22-2011 at .

Are there any water traps out there other than Pumptoys’ In-Line Water Trap? If not, is that one generally considered to be good?

Thank you mch, may the FSM bless you all.

I have one of those brake style cups with my Mityvac kit. The problem with it is that it created so much extra space for the vacuum from the pump to go that vacuum was not reaching the cylinder, and therefore wouldn’t pressurize. I took their cup out of the line and the problem went away. I’m looking for something more specifically designed for our use that will minimize the amount of vacuum that goes through the cup. Pumptoys’ trap seems to do this, with the line being isolated in the top of the trap and only allowing water brought in through the line into the cup, without having the vaccum from pump go into the cup. If that makes sense.

Originally Posted by MoreSize1
I have one of those brake style cups with my Mityvac kit. The problem with it is that it created so much extra space for the vacuum from the pump to go that vacuum was not reaching the cylinder, and therefore wouldn’t pressurize. I took their cup out of the line and the problem went away.

I don’t know about that, but it just does not sound right! Many people have successfully used and suggested use of the very same item you have, so your problem seems uniquely yours alone. It does seem more likely to me that your “trap” had a leaky seal or something somewhere. Instead of drawing a vacuum at the penis cylinder, your pump would be drawing in air at the leak instead! No measurable pressure change would occur at your cylinder in that case. Or, assuming there is a one way valve somewhere in your “trap”, you could have got the input and output connections reversed. That also would result in no vacuum appearing at your penis cylinder.

To me the added air gap provided by a “trap” would not (and should not) reduce the overall vacuum achieved in the penis cylinder, but it might make a sort of “spongy feel” to the vacuum where rapid changes in pressure might seem to occur more slowly, as if delayed.

Originally Posted by MoreSize1
I’m looking for something more specifically designed for our use that will minimize the amount of vacuum that goes through the cup. Pumptoys’ trap seems to do this, with the line being isolated in the top of the trap and only allowing water brought in through the line into the cup, without having the vacuum from pump go into the cup. If that makes sense.

I don’t know what you’re talking about when you say you want to “minimize the amount of vacuum that goes through the cup”. I don’t think that can be done! If the trap is in-line between the penis cylinder and the vacuum pump, then the amount of vacuum should be EXACTLY the same in the trap as it is in the penis cylinder. All vacuum must go through that line, you cant have more at the vacuum pump then less at the trap and then more at penis cylinder - because it’s in-line! If you want to “minimize the amount of vacuum that goes through the cup” then that will result in that same minimization upon the amount of vacuum that appears in the penis cylinder too.

I had to take a look at that Pumptoys trap you spoke of. Your comments about it do not make sense because they are nonsense! Pumptoys make no such claims as you are suggesting. Pumptoys only mention an added “built-in ball-check valve for even greater protection against accidental flooding”. Guaranteed that when that ball valve shuts off due to any water flow that all vacuum is cut off too. Just as in my ad-hoc design above, all vacuum that appears at the penis cylinder must pass through the trap also… because it is in-line. I think that if you go and buy the Pumptoys trap, you will be sorely disappointed to find that it is more or less identical in design and function to the trap you already have, and you will pay $47.95 for the privilege of finding that out!!! However, if you still imagine the Pumptoys trap is somehow magic you should buy it. Hell, go buy two!!!

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For Pumptoys to be charging $47.95 for what is basically an airtight jar plus an aquarium check valve is an outrageous ripoff! Anyone wanting to build the trap I outlined above could probably do so from scavenged parts mostly out of the recycle bin. Total cost starting at $zero! However, if you wanted to add an aquarium air check valve, that might have to be bought though.


No, "mch" does not stand for "my cock's huger!"

... although it may do in the foreseeable future! :D

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