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    So I just got the TLC-x Air (my dog chewed up my old tlc-x after pulling it out of my backpack) but I am confused as to how I am supposed to use it. there seems to be a lot of different pieces and I don't know how they go together. Does anyone have pictures or instructions for this?

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    Originally posted by flabbylizard View Post
    So I just got the TLC-x Air (my dog chewed up my old tlc-x after pulling it out of my backpack) but I am confused as to how I am supposed to use it. there seems to be a lot of different pieces and I don't know how they go together. Does anyone have pictures or instructions for this?
    As the maker of it, I'm embarrassed to admit I haven't yet made a video. The application steps are photo-illustrated at the TLC Air products page: https://tlctugger.com/tlc-air/

    The shipping confirmation email included the details below.

    -Ron
    = = = = =

    * * * * * * * TLC-X Air Tugger * * * * * * *

    Wash the device before use to avoid skin irritation (I use dish soap to keep the devices from sticking to the molds they're made in).

    Identify the parts you have:

    Airtight tugger body (white silicone with wavy stainless wire handle)
    Air tube (hollow stainless steel)
    Vented Pusher
    Air hose (blue silicone)
    Air valve (clear plastic with 1" of tubing)
    Spacer cones (white silicone, large opening)
    Cuff (white silicone with tiny hole)
    Retaining cone (clear silicone)
    Collet (2-piece stainless steel)
    Collar and set screw (stainless steel)
    Band-Aide (round)
    Safety lace

    1) Screw the Tube into the Air Tugger Body
    2) Apply a round band-aide over your urinary opening or use another means to help it resist air pressure
    3) Roll your skin onto the Tugger Body
    4) Retain your rolled-up skin with the retaining cone
    5) Apply the large spacer against the retaining cone
    6) Apply additional spacers against the large spacer as needed
    7) Apply the Cuff against the spacer cone
    8) Secure the Cuff with the Collar and set screw
    9) Attach the Air valve to the Tube with a 1" length of Hose
    10) Attach a 2' length of hose to the Air valve
    11) Gently inflate the foreskin by blowing on the Hose
    12) Remove the 20" hose
    13) Tuck your device into a Tug N Wear jock or wear boxers.

    Wear the device under loose fitting pants. Try any technique you will sleep with WHILE AWAKE AND ERECT FIRST. With our SGX Clip, an extender rig can be used for tension http://old.tlctugger.com/images/SGX-Series.jpg.

    Start with clean dry devices and skin. Device grip can sometimes be improved on dry days by dabbing a faint smear of moisture (water or saliva) on the bunched up skin right before popping the Your-Skin Cone on.

    If shifting skin causes the device to get uncomfortable, don't try to wait it out. The pain won't go away (if it does that's even more serious). Get to some privacy and re-apply or remove the device as soon as possible. In the meantime, you can feel through your pants and flex the retaining cone loose to relieve the tension. This is a good reason to have a fail-safe scheme to give you confidence that nothing will ever hit the floor. Tug N Wear http://tlctugger.com/product/tug-n-w...toration-jock/ is highly recommended. Practice at home before heading out.

    If discomfort persists, try less tension. Make sure you're gripping as much skin as you comfortably can between the inner and outer piece. Feel free to contact me with any concerns.

    You can discuss restoration at the TLC user group: http://foreskin-restoration.net/forum

    See also the basic Tugger application video for use of the tugging handle https://vimeo.com/55701720 and VLC Hanger instructions http://tlctugger.com/tlc-hangers/ for uses of the air fill Tube as a weight-hanging Rod.


    * * * * * * * TLC Air Tugger * * * * * * *

    Wash the device before use to avoid skin irritation (I use dish soap to keep the devices from sticking to the molds they're made in).

    Identify the parts you have:

    Air tugger body (white silicone)
    Air tube (hollow stainless steel)
    Air hose (blue silicone)
    Air valve (clear plastic with 1" of tubing)
    Cuff (white silicone with tiny hole)
    Retaining cone (clear silicone)
    Collar and set screw (stainless steel)
    Band-Aide (round)

    1) Screw the Tube into the Air Tugger Body
    2) Apply a round band-aide over your urinary opening or use another means to help it resist air pressure
    3) Roll your skin onto the Tugger Body
    4) Retain your rolled-up skin with the retaining cone
    5) Apply the Cuff against the retaining cone
    6) Secure the Cuff with the Collar and set screw
    7) Attach the Air valve to the Tube with a 1" length of Hose
    8) Attach a 2' length of hose to the Air valve
    9) Gently inflate the foreskin by blowing on the Hose
    10) Remove the 20" hose
    11) Tuck your device into a Tug N Wear jock or wear boxers.

    Wear the device under loose fitting pants. Try any technique you will sleep with WHILE AWAKE AND ERECT FIRST. With our SGX Clip, an extender rig can be used for tension http://old.tlctugger.com/images/SGX-Series.jpg.

    Start with clean dry devices and skin. Device grip can sometimes be improved on dry days by dabbing a faint smear of moisture (water or saliva) on the bunched up skin right before popping the Your-Skin Cone on.

    If shifting skin causes the device to get uncomfortable, don't try to wait it out. The pain won't go away (if it does that's even more serious). Get to some privacy and re-apply or remove the device as soon as possible. In the meantime, you can feel through your pants and flex the retaining cone loose to relieve the tension. This is a good reason to have a fail-safe scheme to give you confidence that nothing will ever hit the floor. Tug N Wear http://tlctugger.com/product/tug-n-w...toration-jock/ is highly recommended. Practice at home before heading out.

    If discomfort persists, try less tension. Make sure you're gripping as much skin as you comfortably can between the inner and outer piece. Feel free to contact me with any concerns.

    You can discuss restoration at the TLC user group: http://foreskin-restoration.net/forum

    See also the basic Tugger application video: https://vimeo.com/55701720 and VLC Tugger instructions for uses of the Rod for weight hanging.


    * * * * * * * TLC FlexAir Tugger * * * * * * *

    Wash the device before use to avoid skin irritation (I use dish soap to keep the devices from sticking to the molds they're made in).

    Identify the parts you have:

    Air tugger body (white silicone with wavy stainless wire handle)
    Air tube (hollow stainless steel)
    Air hose (blue silicone)
    Air valve (clear plastic with 1" of tubing)
    Spacer cones (white silicone, large opening)
    Cuff (white silicone with tiny hole)
    Retaining cone (clear silicone)
    Collar and set screw (stainless steel)
    Band-Aide (round)

    1) Screw the Tube into the Air Tugger Body
    2) Apply a round band-aide over your urinary opening or use another means to help it resist air pressure
    3) Roll your skin onto the Tugger Body
    4) Retain your rolled-up skin with the retaining cone
    5) Apply the large spacer against the retaining cone
    6) Apply additional spacers against the large spacer as needed
    7) Apply the Cuff against the spacer cone
    8) Secure the Cuff with the Collar and set screw
    9) Attach the Air valve to the Tube with a 1" length of Hose
    10) Attach a 2' length of hose to the Air valve
    11) Gently inflate the foreskin by blowing on the Hose
    12) Remove the 20" hose
    13) Tuck your device into a Tug N Wear jock or wear boxers.

    Wear the device under loose fitting pants. Try any technique you will sleep with WHILE AWAKE AND ERECT FIRST. With our SGX Clip, an extender rig can be used for tension http://old.tlctugger.com/images/SGX-Series.jpg.

    Start with clean dry devices and skin. Device grip can sometimes be improved on dry days by dabbing a faint smear of moisture (water or saliva) on the bunched up skin right before popping the Your-Skin Cone on.

    If shifting skin causes the device to get uncomfortable, don't try to wait it out. The pain won't go away (if it does that's even more serious). Get to some privacy and re-apply or remove the device as soon as possible. In the meantime, you can feel through your pants and flex the retaining cone loose to relieve the tension. This is a good reason to have a fail-safe scheme to give you confidence that nothing will ever hit the floor. Tug N Wear http://tlctugger.com/product/tug-n-w...toration-jock/ is highly recommended. Practice at home before heading out.

    If discomfort persists, try less tension. Make sure you're gripping as much skin as you comfortably can between the inner and outer piece. Feel free to contact me with any concerns.

    You can discuss restoration at the TLC user group: http://foreskin-restoration.net/forum

    See also the basic Tugger application video for use of the tugging handle https://vimeo.com/55701720 and VLC Tugger instructions for uses of the air fill Tube as a weight hanging Rod.

    =======================
    -Ron Low
    Service@TLCTugger.com
    847 414-1692 Chicago

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      I am thinking about getting a tlc-x or a tlc-x air. Haven't found a video about the tlc-x air. Is there a video?

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