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Discussion in 'Penis Enlargement' started by Biggerthanya, May 11, 2011.
Neither. :biggrin1: I'd recommend:
Pump: Brake Bleeder And Vacuum Pump Kit & Other Vacuum Brake Bleeders - HFT (On sale for $25 right now!)
I have this, and LOVE it. I've broken the plastic ones too easily in the past.
I've purchased my cylinders from PenisDepot.com - Penis Pumping Cylinders
Really, I don't see a difference between cheap and expensive cylinders. More important is to pick the right size/type.
Do those things really do any good and what is a bleeder brake?
I pump in the shower every morning and later in the day some days. It definitely makes a difference in the short-term, and some difference long-term. I would not recommend my routine to anyone who hasn't been pumping for a while.
A "bleeder brake" in the link is a pump you use when working on car brakes. It works perfectly for cock pumping, and it's exactly what is listed at penisdepot.com under manual pumps. Only, when you buy it from an auto parts store, it's like 1/4 the price. You can ignore all of the other parts in the kit. They also sell these pumps at my local Meijer, but they aren't available online.
Yes, this stuff right here. Preach it! Common Sense +1
I currently use the bathmate hydropump and I love it. I do 10 minute sessions to avoid fliud build up and maximize tissue expansion. Ive been using it for almost 3 months and ive already seen results. I enjoy that it uses water instead of air so I use it in the shower in the morning/evening. For my money (im new to pumping) id go with the bathmate. Solid construction and solid results imho.
If you're serious...vacu-tech is the way to go.
How big do they make them<
You can get custom fit cylinders for any size.Just give'em your measurements.
Don't even have to use your measurements - they will cast them to whatever you'd like. Of course, the larger the more expensive it gets. Slight differences in pricing between similar dimensioned tubes depending on wall thickness/style/taper, etc. They'll even part together on order multi-staged to demand. But that is another chapter of weirdness for another time. :biggrin1:
I prefer LAP, but their package with the maximum performance DVD is outdated. Anyone serious about wanting to pump really shouldn't purchase a plunger style pump. Even a quality pump will need repair and maintenance, making the bleeder kits a solid purchase for experienced pumpers. You may want to look around for what you want before purchasing anything. I went through several pumps and the costs before being truly satisfied with the pump I have now. Good luck mate.
second LA Pump, high quality equipment. I see your in Utica, I just down the Thruway in Rochester. Pump Party?????
What is right depends on you and the size and shape you have naturally. My personal preference for the cylinder source is with no doubt Vacu-Tech. This company makes not only different sizes but different shapes. With regards to the pumps themselves do not buy the pumps from the pumping companies. These should be purchased from the automotive trades as has been stated by others. NAPA auto parts even has some that are very good quality. They are used in the automotive repair trades for numerous things with the bleeding of a brake system being one. Hand operated pumps of good quality are also available in the United States from Harbor Freight which is on the internet. If you want an electric pump system again Harbor Freight is your best bet. You can purchase good quality vacuum pumps which are normally used in laboratories and in the evacuation of automotive air conditioning system before refrigerant recharge.
Spend money on the cylinders and if you're going to cut corners cut on the pump itself. The check valves in the pumps do not mean constant use or draw on a hand pump and automotive trade electric vacuum pumps because of the requirements of air conditioning are capable of a run for several hours without problems.
make sure to use lube or cream with the pump...
and do some jelq stuff too...
For a tube..vacutech.harbor freight for the pump.
I just ordered a beginner set from vacu-tech. I bought a cheap one from a porn shop that I'd used for awhile, but I think I'm gonna start to pump more seriously and went for the real deal. I'm excited!
Vacu-tech is the way to go. make sure you get a one hand all metal pump with a gauge. I have a metal pump with gauge from nw pumpworks . Have used it for years with no problems. When you start go low psi and short time with the tube on. With the piston pump with no gauge you can overdo the psi and have problems. happy pumping
Vacu-tech is simply the best...hands down.
Mine came in the mail on saturday and it's amazing. It's so smooth and comfortable. I actually went a size down for fear that it'd be too wide, but I'm already packing the 1 3/4 tube. I think I'm still gonna wait a little while to upgrade, the tubes are pretty pricey, lol.