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Where did you buy your pump from?

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Lapdist for me.

Gui_DG, I’d stay away from that one for two reasons: the pump doesn’t have a gauge to measure pressure, and you can’t order a specific cylinder size that meets your needs. I recommend that if you are going to spend money on a pump and cylinder then spend it well, i.e. go with a quality supplier like Lapdist.

Edit: You might also want to read the Vacuum Pumping 101 thread in the Pumpers Forum, that should provide you with all that you need to know to start pumping safely. Good luck!

Originally Posted by Mule
Lapdist for me.

Gui_DG, I’d stay away from that one for two reasons: the pump doesn’t have a gauge to measure pressure, and you can’t order a specific cylinder size that meets your needs. I recommend that if you are going to spend money on a pump and cylinder then spend it well, I.e. Go with a quality supplier like Lapdist.

Edit: You might also want to read the Vacuum Pumping 101 thread in the Pumpers Forum, that should provide you with all that you need to know to start pumping safely. Good luck!

So, the size of the cylinder is very important, right? What if my penis grows and I need a bigger cylinder? I must buy another one then, right?

Thanks Mule!

Originally Posted by Gui_DG
So, the size of the cylinder is very important, right? What if my penis grows and I need a bigger cylinder? I must buy another one then, right?

Thanks Mule!

YUP…can’t grow a whale in a goldfish bowl!

LAP for me too.


CURRENT 04/11/2007 7.5 EBP X 5.25 EG Mid Shaft, 6.5 NBPEL!

GOAL 05/30/2008 8.5 EBP X 6.00 EG Mid Shaft, 7.5 NBPEL!

Originally Posted by Gui_DG
So, the size of the cylinder is very important, right? What if my penis grows and I need a bigger cylinder? I must buy another one then, right?

Thanks Mule!

That’s right. The cylinder size is of prime importance. It needs to provide room for expansion, but also allow you to get a vacuum comfortably - don’t want to have your balls sucked in the tube. Well, not unless you like that sort of thing. :D

And unless you grow at the speed of light a cylinder should last you a fair while.

Again, check out the Vacuum Pumping 101 thread, its loaded with know how on pumping. :)

Thank you thank you thank you my friends.. I have no words to thank you.. I’m a very happy newbie, and I dream to be a very happy 7” cock vet one day, and I hope I will be able to help the newbies.. Exactly the same way you’re all doing to me!

Thanks.. :D

P.S.: Speed of light growing sounds nice! Lol but wouldn’t that make me travel in time? LOL! 5 or 6 months forward would be nice then.. :D

I ordered mine from Pumptoys and I’m suprised it hasn’t been mentioned yet. Nice, high quality tube with a velseal seal at the bottom.

lapdist. Package arrived today.

Pro-xzek

Some Chinese product


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Got mine from vacu-tech (you can google them). They offer a nice selection of cylinders and both a manual model and electronic one.

The customer service is really good, too.

Where did you buy your pump from?

Born with it.

(I use my mouth to suck air out of the tube.)

GM

Originally Posted by GlandMaster
I use my mouth to suck air out of the tube.

Where’d you get the tube and hose from?


My Before and After pics -- .5" gain...

Dammit blop! I just read the first page of this thread and I wish you lads would use the proper terminology for these items.

The “pump” is the device that moves air out of the cylinder. I’ve had a few, starting with a porn shop “bulb-style” pump, then moving on to a vacuum cleaner (which I promptly destroyed). I then went with a starter “trigger-style” model, which I broke, then a plastic Mityvac (or perhaps it was a knockoff), which never really worked properly, then a high-quality brass plunger style pump, which lasted the longest of them all.

In terms of “tubes” (aka “cylinders”) I quickly discarded the cheap cylinder from the porno-shop-bulb-experiment in favor of a slightly thicker-walled tube that came with the first trigger-style pump. Finally, about ten years ago, I purchased a “NW Pumpworks” acrylic tube from “Little Sister’s Bookshop” on Davie Street. Cost me about $100 for the tube and pump.

GM

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