Just bought a pump but...

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  1. euros

    euros New Member

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    Hey everyone,

    I just bought an "X Factor" Penis pump, it's a 12 inch long cylinder, 2.5 inches wide I believe, I was using it for about 5 mins, but then the pump stopped working, it's a cheap plastic thing with no gauge, I've tried everything to fix it, so now I need a replacement pump (not an entire penis pump, just the pump bit) , does anyone have any suggestions for a pump that would be suitable to use, can I just get a pump from a hardware store or auto store? Anyway, any advice would be great!

    all the best,

    Phil
     
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    You can go to an auto parts store and get a pump thats intended for bleeding brake lines or someplace that sells marine stuff, there's a brass pump thats used as a bilge pump.

    Or, you can just go to any pumping sites an order one. nwpumpworks.com is who I always go to...
     
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    If you just bought it and it fucked up, I'd demand a replacement. They gave you crap thinking it would be too embarrassing to complain when it screwed up. Prove them wrong. They have your money, they're obligated to give you what you paid for.
     
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    Make sure you get a pump with a gage, it is very important. You only have one cock during this life time, and you certainly don't want to mess it up so it will be useless.

    You can get a cheap pump with gage from an auto store for bleeding brake lines. I don't think these come without a gage.

    But then a good cylinder is not cheap and you have to get an adapter. It all adds up this way, buying separate parts to make a whole.

    If you want to spend a little extra money for a real premium product, try the Deluxe Package SKU15 from www.lapdist.com

    I've tried going cheap and in the long run it turns out to be more expensive.

    Good Luck
     
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    Agree 100%!
     
  6. euros

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    Do those bleeding brake pumps require special attachments so it will fit on my cylinder, or will my tube that came with the pump fit with the pump do you think? I _WOULD_ buy from nwpumpworks, however it requires a credit card, and the best I could do is pay via PayPal :( so yeah, thats a shame, if any of you know any good pumping sites or any alternatives that accept PayPal, please let me know, thanks a lot for your help guys, I hope I can find something, because I feel kinda ripped off that the pump didnt really work, I bought it off eBay, and I currently live with my parents, so it'd be kinda embarrassing to go all out my way to ship it back and everything, so I'm just thinkin about it this way, I got a cylinder and a tube out of the deal, so all is not 100% hopeless, just need a pump, well anyway, let me know guys! :)

    Cheers!
     
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    If the cylinder is good, just go to "Harbor Freight Tools" they sell LA Pump's pump with a nice gage for $15.00. I think a good tube is still hard to come by, but a gage is more important than a clear tube. You can make a non-clear tube out PVC for about $5.00.
     
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    Lapdist is great had there deluxe package for over 1yr and not one issue.
     
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    Hey euros:

    Not all cylinders will accept the fittings. So, even if you get the pump from Harbor Freight, you will still need the connection since I doubt that yours will fit. And, if you get a new cylinder and pump separately (say from Harbor Freight, lapdist or others) you will probably still have to have an adapter. That is why I think your best deal, and the cheapest in the long run, will be to purchase a "package" which you will know will all fit together. I have no connection to lapdist other than as a customer, and there are many, many of us who are satisfied customers.

    Lapdist is very good and quick in answering any questions that you might have, so don't hesitate to contact them. You can't go wrong with a superior product such as theirs. Again, it's LA Pump secure sales of vacuum pumps - penis enlargement cylinders.

    Good Luck, and Good Pumping!


    Lapdist.com will accept Bank Cashiers Checks and Money Orders. You could ask them if they would accept PayPal since many are doing that now.
     
  10. Jimbo

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    Welcome to PumpToys! also has some high quality pumps with starter kits that give you the coupling/tubes or they sell the couplers separately (i have the top-of -the-line QS-7). I also have one of their silicon gasket tubes and it by far is the most comfortable tube i have used, yet the gasket does not create a smaller opening that tends to choke off your penis like a cock ring and prevent growth at the base.

    BTW, dont get the plastic pump, the handle develops a fatigue crack after awhile and it eventually breaks off. Also dont get the brass Bilge pump (the brass tube with a red handle) sold on some sites. you REALLY need a gauge so you dont overdo it, and a way to quickly release the vacuum without having to unscrew the coupling or work your finger inside the tube to break the vacuum. The bilge pump has neither and is a pain to use actually.
     
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    could, or would someone be kind enough to explain what a 2 stage pump is? I also want to pump my balls, any good sites recommended?
    Thanks!
     
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    A two stage consists of two chambers, one on top of the other with the bottom one the larger, I suggest, for a better idea, a visit to say pump toys site. Personally, two stage has never appealed to me, they appear too uncomfortable and look as though there might be an issue getting your pumped balls back out! I much prefer the concept of the monster junior, or the monter tht can be opened easily for removing your sack.
     
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    Thank you! I appreciate the advice. I too am afraid that I may not get my balls out of a small opening, ouch! Where can I find this monster junior you mentioned?

    Thank you again
     
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    seriously, do pumps work?
     
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    ShowOff...For many men Yes.
    Not for everyone.

    I still think you need to get a properly measured cylinder from one of the online vendors or Vacutech. They're pretty damned solid. As others have said, harbor freight tools has their Mity-Vac brass break bleeder kits on sale frequently, and theyre strong, have a guage, and a quick release for vacuum. ALL of which you need to pump with safely.

    Honestly, It's a good thing that cheap porn shop pump broke. It saved you from hurting yourself.

    Get the right stuff to do the job man.
     
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    I would NOT recommend that you go to a 2 stage cylinder right off the bat.

    You need to learn how to pump safely with your cock first. Get used to it, grow into it, then move up to a 2 stage.

    Pumping testicles is very different than pumping cock.
    It's a whole HELL of alot more dangerous if you don't know what your doing.
     
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