Originally Posted by jason_els
Anyone know how to regulate the pressure on this? Does it have a gauge?
I wouldn't use a pump without one.
First of all i am a shareholder within the Ultramax Corporation and the Bathmate doesn't need a pressure guage as its unique designed gaiter will only allow a maximum compression rate according to volume of growth your penis is expanding at the time of compression. It works completely different to just sticking a cylinder in the water atatched to an air pressure pump. This patented design and technology means it doesn't need to create anything like the pressure and stress you need to create when compressing air. The bathmate is unique and works like no other system.
I agree that it's important with an air pump to have a pressure guage but because the Bathmate uses it's own rubber compressing gaiter and a unique one way valve at the top the pressure in the vaccum is optimised to it's safe limit at every opportunity. You cannot create dangerous pressure levels. This is called the "optimum vaccumm" which you get when the pump gaiter will not push down any further. The gaiter is made from a very thick rubber component (used on tank tracks) which returns to its original shape after been compressed.
I also agree that water pumping does give you better gains than air pumping. This is because water allows your skin to stretch more easily. Also with it not having to strangle the base of your penis to keep the air in, the penis chambers will develop right to the base under the scrotom equally. When you move 1mm of water one way it balances out the other way so you get even pressure completly uniformed all around the penis, unlike air which compress's and thats why air pumping can give mishaped penis's and area's inflate more than others!
I arent posting this to promote as you can see there's no links been added. I just feel it necessary after reading the various posts and peoples opinions to correct a few things that simply aren't true and explain why Bathmate is different to just using a DIY device in water.
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