The Corkscrew is going to add quite a bit of bulk no doubt. Its not really a bulge enhancer in that sense but rather a more serious PE tool for lengthening the penis.
The only way to deal with it is the style and combination of clothing. I personally like wear the Corkscrew down the leg thru the underwear opening. The profile is slimmer this way rather than compacting the mass in any way for a bigger bulge. As I am looking for maximum stretch I don’t want to limit the extension as well.
I wear jeans and untucked button down shirt to fully conceal so I don’t have any problems whatsoever in that regard.
Best to experiment with different clothing combinations and drape with long shirts if you want full coverage.
You can definitely sleep while wearing your Innerwear with no problem.
However you will need to test and see whether you can comfortably wear the spandex sleeves and/or Retainer Band layered on top. If you combine all of the accessories it can construct the erection to the extent that it must be removed to resume sleeping.
If your Innerwear is brand new that also could be a factor so give it a week or so to properly break-in to fit before coming to a conclusion.
If you have already eliminated these likely causes then you can be sure that you are wearing a size too small in girth.
I am interested to hear your reply.
Welcome aboard Estranger… just starting out so feel free make things happen!
The Corkscrews are all sized to match the Inner wear. As we have 99 sizes of Innerwear we also have 99 sizes of Corkscrew.
The Corkscrew actually has more latitude for sizing that the Innerwear. For a smaller lighter version that is easier to put on and conceal under clothing you can shorten it by cutting off one coil at a time with a box cutter till you find your preferred size. The kit comes with a PVC end cap to seal the wire.
I personally prefer mine two coils less than full size.
Of course the girth itself is easily adjusted by screwing or unscrewing the coils. If the size is very far off you can use a suitably sized cylinder to act as the forming tube.
You should have no problem to get a good fit with what you have now.
Let me know if you need any further assistance.
The Retainer Band is designed to be work over top of the Innerwear sheath. If you find it to be too loose you can wear the spandex sleeves underneath as well. There is also plenty of room for customizing the fit using the accessories. For example you can put as many layers of spandex sleeve as you like 2, 3 or even 4 1cm layers at the base to create a tighter fitting Retainer Band. If that doesn’t suit you let us know at the support email to see about getting a proper fitting RB.
I can’t say about the ball stretcher but if you find the base band is more of a problem than a benefit then we can make you the Extension Sleeve which is the straight sheath version of Stealth… with no ball band.
As mentioned above the Extension Sleeve (ES) is the sheath only version of the Innerwear. The base band on the regular Stealth is 2 cm so the ES gets the extra sheath length so that the overall sizing remains the same.
Sounds like the ES would be more suitable for your anatomy. Although it is made to order and requires more time the cost remains the same.
Regarding price… first and foremost we will always deliver good value.
all the best to you!
The urination technique needs to be adjusted to avoid any leakage from happening afterwards. The key is to relax and contract the PC muscle 2-3 more times than usual to completely drain the pipes. You don’t want to make the mistake of being in a rush and assuming everything is done only to realize later… it wasn’t. Another tip is to remove the Retainer Band to piss and then put it back (at the base) when finished. This will effectively act as a “stop cock” to prevent any leakage after the fact.
Also when new the fit will be tighter and urination more challenging. During the first week or so the sleeves might make it too tight for successful elimination. Once the materials break-in for a more relaxed and comfortable fit then one or the other spandex sleeves can be worn until broken-in and then both at the same time if that better suits the purpose on a given day.
The unfolded base band makes the innerwear considerably longer which also contributes to the problem
Agree with Masao13… sounds like you need a size smaller in girth.
How are you for length? If the sheath is too long it can also contribute to slippage. As a passive extender the innerwear needs to be sized 1/2″ less or so than full shaft extension. This amount of room will allow the penis to yield to the forces of retraction that occur when sitting as the pelvis shifts back with forward rotation of the hips. This is the acid test for the correct size with respect to slippage.
Another consideration is the shape of the shaft. Is it relatively straight or contoured? If needed we can custom cut the sheath to fit accordingly. It’s not uncommon for Stealth users to require this option.
Another good point Masao brings up and is probably the biggest challenge when dealing with slippage. Is there a less pronounced coronal ridge so that the silicone ring cannot properly seat itself to grip and maintain positive extension?
What size are you wearing now if you don’t mind me asking… if you prefer we could discuss these details in private (sorry that we don’t yet have the PM feature)
great post Jockinthebox!
I will have to come back and read this a few more times to make the most of it… thanks!
We have a vac hanger in the works as well as a combo water/air pump.
The vac hanger design is nice and clean with a few minor new features as well. It will be available in the next 2-3 months.
The pump will set completely new standards with full control over the water/air inflow/outflow. Each part is being factory made to spec according to a carefully thought out and fully integrated design. Launch date will be sometime in early 2018.
In late 2018 to early 2019 the new spring loaded extender is being planned. It will be fully compatible with the vac-hanger but also feature a major breakthrough in design.
These product designs are pretty much finalized except for some minor adjustments with respect to the manufacturing details that still need to be worked out.
Beta testing hasn’t played a big role in our development process to date. However participants who establish leadership roles in the community will receive free samples of the very first product off the assembly line. We will also be offering major discounts to active members during the prelaunch stage. This would be available to those who are making significant contributions to the Stealth community in general or in a particular field of expertise.
Once relationships begin to form and exchange of ideas start taking place then beta testing would become a definite possibility.
I just posted this response to the same question on another thread… however depending on the answer it may go in a different direction.
First lets make sure you have your Stealth set-up properly for the best performance. While wearing the orientation of the logo should have the top of the letters facing towards you when looking down… same as your regular under wear logo would be.
This requires that the base band is folded twice so that the leading inside edge of the band is lined up with or slightly overlapping the exposed seam where the single layer of material transitions into the double layer of the sheath section.
Its counter intuitive to have the seam exposed so guys often think that it is not supposed to be facing outside. If you do have it set-up this way the silicone ring will be facing towards the outside and it will not able to secure the penis into extension properly. This is due to the tendency of the silicone ring to roll under and allow retraction and /or slippage to occur
Check it out and see, let me know and we take it from there.
First lets make sure that you have your Stealth set-up properly for the best performance. While wearing the orientation of the logo should have the top of the letters facing towards you when looking down… same as your regular under wear logo would be.
This requires that the base band is folded twice so that the leading outside edge of the band is lined up with or slightly overlapping the exposed seam where the single layer of material transitions into the double layer of the sheath section.
Its counter intuitive to have the seam exposed so guys often think that it is not supposed to be facing outside. If you have it set-up this way the silicone ring will be turned to the outside and will not able to secure the penis into extension properly. This is due to the tendency of the silicone ring to roll under and allow retraction and/or slippage to occur
Check and see, let me know and we take it from there.
Thanks for the detailed and informative post JITB.
36 hours straight while wearing the Corkscrew… thats amazing!
We hear quite often from guys reporting new and exciting ways to use Stealth by actively exploring their own creative combinations.
I am curious do pump at all or rely more on jelqing initiate engorgement?