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Is High Vacuum In The Pump Relative?

Is High Vacuum In The Pump Relative?

As the title states, is high and low vacuum relative to each individual? For example, 5hg may be high for some but low for others?

Every time I pump at 5hg, I gain size at the cost of my glans and cs being deflated due to over expansion. When I pump at anything under 5hg, I hardly expand at all and don’t gain anything.

Are we as pumpers supposed to get used to a certain pressure before increasing time, or should we start at a low vacuum at a certain time and increase vacuum?

Generally speaking, in my opinion, 5inHg is considered standard/preferred/target pressure. 10inHg is “high” and above would be very high. Under 5 is low. These are common terms and useful so we can have a common terminology and easy conversation.

It is relative in that what one guy can manage another finds problematic. Some guys find 5 inHg to be too much and need to back down some. Others find 10 to be reasonable.


Initial: 7” BPEL; 6” NBPEL; 5.25” - 5.5” MEG

Current: 7.75” BPEL; 7.25” NBPEL; 8.25” BPFSL; 6.25” - 6.5” MEG w/ c-ring.

Goal: Improved/consistent EQ while managing ED. Secondary: maintain current stats.

Originally Posted by 32quarters
Generally speaking, in my opinion, 5inHg is considered standard/preferred/target pressure. 10inHg is “high” and above would be very high. Under 5 is low. These are common terms and useful so we can have a common terminology and easy conversation.

It is relative in that what one guy can manage another finds problematic. Some guys find 5 inHg to be too much and need to back down some. Others find 10 to be reasonable.


This clears up a lot. Should one pump 5on/2off for “plastic deformation” and work up in time or increase time and frequency separately?

I think 5/2 schedule is a good start, but dont worry if you find you need to change to another schedule, like a 3/1 for example. I think increasing time per session is the next lever to work with. After you get accustomed to the new time you can work on adding sessions per day, perhaps backing down time per session until you get accustomed to the new schedule then increase time again.

Always watch your PI’s when modify your schedule and be quick to adjust if you have negative responses.


Initial: 7” BPEL; 6” NBPEL; 5.25” - 5.5” MEG

Current: 7.75” BPEL; 7.25” NBPEL; 8.25” BPFSL; 6.25” - 6.5” MEG w/ c-ring.

Goal: Improved/consistent EQ while managing ED. Secondary: maintain current stats.

Thank you for the responses.

While I can tolerate high pressure (24hg for a min or so) I find it counter-productive. 5hg seems to be the best for me. Higher just mean more fluid sucked in.

Just ordered an electric pump that holds constant pressure. Will keep you posted.

SB

Originally Posted by Shaunbaby
While I can tolerate high pressure (24hg for a min or so) I find it counter-productive. 5hg seems to be the best for me. Higher just mean more fluid sucked in.

Just ordered an electric pump that holds constant pressure. Will keep you posted.

SB


I think there is a learning curve I need to work around. Whenever I pump at 5hg, even if it’s for a few minutes, my glans and CS is a little deflated the next day. I’ll still have great EQ and libido but since my CS and glans expands so much when I pump above 4hg, it requires more rest than the rest of my shaft.

If you pump for girth, would you need more rest than normal ie. 1on/1off or would continuously maintaining a pumped size via 5on/2off be the best? Typically length is best with more frequency but maintaining a pumped girth can be beneficial.

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