It might be that you guys need a tapered stealth, or some other style of fit. Take your measurements at the base, midpoint, and just behind the glans and make sure to talk to Bruce about getting a custom Stealth made. I suspect that may be what you guys need. I’ve had one for a while, and it works pretty well.
Good luck 🙂
The way I read it, it looks like he’s talking about the base band of the Stealth Innerwear.
Originally, Kansas City, Ks. But currently and preferably, Portland, Oregon. I much prefer this side of the States. Have been using Stealth for a few years now.
Can’t blame a guy for not wanting to get sick or be held for evaluation of illness.
Yeah, you don’t want to get sick, it’s not fun. I am just getting over a cold (or something, it wasn’t too bad).
I’ll be looking forward to things returning to normal, hopefully once they’ve found a treatment to help with the virus.
Anyhoo, no rush, just curious about how it’s going. Although I’ll be looking forward to any updates on the Vac-Hanger.
Enjoy your relaxation 🙂
Glad to see you guys are still kicking. I suppose the formula above could be modified to account for multiple variables, but the gist was to keep it as comfortable as possible while getting the best fit for one’s anatomy possible. I have noticed in my own testing that the glans/flare makes a difference when trying to maintain wearing the Stealth, but that could be just me. Perhaps I need more of a taper, or something similar. In any case, it seems to hold better if there’s something there to press against, albeit not too firmly, or it could get uncomfortable.
Anyhoo, on another subject; how goes the project with the Vac Hanger, etc.? I haven’t been keeping up lately.
Have fun 🙂
Just a thought that came to mind, if one’s glans is larger than normal when compared to the shaft just behind, that could also cause issues with getting the size correct. I suspect that if that’s the case, measure the widest part of the glans and perhaps take the difference between that, and the size that you get for the shaft, and use that as the size for the innerwear.
(larger size-smaller size)=difference
(difference/2+smaller size)=innerwear size.
This will of course vary with the difference between the shaft size, and the glans size. If the glans is smaller than the shaft, then subtract the smaller from the larger, and follow the rest of the math. Be sure to adjust as needed, for comfort, fit, safety, etc.
Hope this helps 🙂
If it gets cold and you feel like it’s doing harm, take it off. It’s possible that you might have gotten a size too small. Keep in mind that it will take time to get used to the Stealth, and especially the Corkscrew. Take it slow and steady, and try to understand how your genitals respond by trying different things for different lengths of time. I generally wear the innerwear with a spandex sleeve over it, and maybe a Sabre Skin. But, with that said, I’ve been using Stealth for a few years now, and my genitals have had a chance to get used to it.
Additionally, with the corkscrew, don’t start with it being tight, just put it on tight enough that it stays on when you’re sitting. Also, spread the pressure along your whole penis, not just behind the head of your glans. You’ll adjust to it more quickly, and it won’t slip off as easily. (That said, this also depends a great deal on the shape of your penis, whether it is tapered, and in what direction, etc.)
Be careful, and happy Stealthing 🙂
I’ve been trying the oblong ball stretcher for a couple of weeks now, and I really like it. I picked up a 25mmX25mmX50mm (height x inner width x inner length), and it fits perfectly. I’m pleasantly surprised that I can wear it comfortably, as I wasn’t sure if I could handle anything that tall, as the previous one that I had was only 10mm tall. Almost a pound of steel hanging feels pretty good.
I just ordered one of those, looking forward to trying it out.
I hear you, as I’m kind of a ‘grower’ too. with any luck your thought will do the job without causing undue wear and tear on the tubing or the tiny retaining rings. I suppose one option would be to have a mag volt for each ooccasion, but I somehow doubt that that is the intended goal of the mag volt as it is. But, all this said, I’m sure we’ll all come up with something that works.
Just a thought, SM, is there perhaps a slightly more elastic tubing that can be used? I’m sure it probably wouldn’t provide as much compression as the current tubing, but it might reduce the pull-off problem.
Have fun guys 🙂
I suppose you could dip your package in cold water before putting the Mag Volt on 😛
In all seriousness, though, I’ve been having the same problem, even though I know I got the right size. I’d suggest getting a resize kit sent when they’re available, and making sure that it’s sized correctly, and then gluing the nipples in place. I’m hoping that SM will send one out to those who have been having issues with this. I can’t wear mine, now, due to the problem. I do wonder if there’s a fatigue issue cropping up in the tubing, or perhaps the retaining ring itself. I’m sure some of us are putting a fair bit of strain on those tiny parts.
Happy stealthing, guys 🙂
Interesting. Have you considered trying to learn some Chinese? I’m sure your employees would thank you for making the effort. I’m sure there are some good courses online for that. All you need to know is what dialect they predominantly speak in your area.
Have fun 🙂
Well, Stealth Man, that’s taking ‘hanging out at work’ to a new level 😉
I think I’ll do a video on how to put on the Sabre Skin, as I think it might help people to figure it out. Might be a few days, but I’ll drop a link when it’s ready. I’ll probably do one for the Mag-volt, after I get mine, and figure it out completely.
Have fun all 🙂