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    My drawing of a device idea I have in mind. It would be nice to make the rods and rings adjustable but probably just have to make it the right size. It would be like manual stretching but all the time. I like it. I will try to make it somehow.

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    There are already products close to this design marketed as penis "extenders" for the penis enlargement community. I've read on the PE forums some poeple get skin growth from using it but it probably wouldn't be as effective as a dedicated FR device. You would be tensioning the whole shaft not just the skin so you probably wouldn't be able to wear it as long or as comfortably but on the plus side there is a chance of seeing shaft length gains. Kinda counter productive if you did though cause that's just more shaft to have to cover with skin hah.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Mybody View Post
      My drawing of a device idea I have in mind. It would be nice to make the rods and rings adjustable but probably just have to make it the right size. It would be like manual stretching but all the time. I like it. I will try to make it somehow.
      All methods (devices and manual methods) are based on the "pinch" concept. They take a pinch of skin by grasping it, and they pull on the skin up and off the shaft. A pinch of skin is actually a rough triangle (in cross section), with the apex at the grasped point, and the sides of the triangle pulled up and out, off the shaft. This means that an effective amount of tension is placed on those "sides" of the pinch. Your design doesn't really do this.

      You haven't shown a grasping point(s), first of all. And it looks like what you're trying to do here is pull "flat" between two points, or in other words, no triangle at all, by not actually lifting skin up and off the shaft. This looks like it would mean almost no tension is put on skin. I don't think this is a practical design, or at least it would be much less effective in placing tension on skin, from a physics point of view. We want to lift up and out, to get a good haul on the tissue. I think you have to add some real-world features to your design for that.
      Last edited by Info; 07-25-2016, 08:17 PM.

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      • #4
        Thanks for the input. Good info!

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