Pro Male Edge Penis Extender
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Enlarging your penis has never been so easy or so painless. Using the Pro Male Edge extender system on a regular basis means that you can increase penis length by up to 24% and girth by up to 19%.
Although traction enhancement looks and sounds painful, this special set with lots of comfortable features and add-ons proves that it isn't.
The Male Edge uses the body's natural ability to increase in size by encouraging the tissue to stretch and grow in just the right way.
Your brand new extender comes already assembled with an instructional DVD, ruler to track your progress, travel bag, three rubber straps, two protection pads, a roll of cohesive gauze and a discreet case too.
Designed to be used by men of any size, the rubber strap is completely adjustable and can even be turned around to fit those of larger lengths.
Simple and comfortable to use, this top quality extension set delivers visible and permanent results within just a month of regular usage.
Lightweight, ultra strong and made of body-safe, surgical grade plastics, this a penis extending set with all the accessories you could ever need!
Pro Male Edge Penis Extender
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- £69.99 (50%)
So far, so good
Reviewed: 29 July 2014 by Bigboy_21
I'm very impressed!
This penis extender stretches my penis until it is longer and thicker. I saw results after only a couple of weeks. With prolonged use I feel the 20% increase they claim is well within my reached after around 6 months.
This kit has everything - the penis stretcher, instructions, a ruler for measuring, and a handy carrying case.
The price was steep, but it was worth all the money I paid for it. I use this penis extender every day for about a half hour and it works very well. It doesn't hurt and it's very comfortable.
So far, so good.
- Lightweight, and extremely comfortable, perfect for penis enlargement programme.
- No cons thus far.
- Bottom line
- Amazing product and well worth the price.
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Is it worth it?
Reviewed: 10 April 2015 by ThrillSeekers, a Bisexual Married Female
I received my (pro) male edge a couple days ago, and as usual Lovehoney's discreet packaging was brilliant.
I was very eager to try the male edge. I don't lack in the penis department, but as any bloke will admit, more is always better.
Upon opening the box my first thought was that it's clear why it has a high price tag.
BUT! That's not the case, and do believe that this concept can work. That may be wishful thinking.
But sadly the male edge comes across as a bit of a daft design.
After a few days of fiddling, I have got used to setting it up.
The instructional DVD does give some helpful tips, but it's still a case of personal trail and error.
Once you get used to setting the male edge up, it's quite simple to use. Sat on the bed, cradled to snapping point, tip turning blue. After a hour I couldn't take much more.
That being said, I can't see a solution to the amount of grip required in order to keep the penis in place. So I guess it's a case of swings and roundabouts.
If you want a bigger penis and you choose to use this method, you have to take the rough with the smooth.
All in all, the Male Edge is good. But it could do with a bit of a redesign.
Plastic isn't really reassuring in the strength department when it comes to your genitals.
- Looks the part.
- Bottom line
- If you don't mind pain, try it.
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Concept may be sound, but this design is hopeless
Reviewed: 23 November 2014 by Dark_horse
The basic concept of this device is quite straightforward. A rubber strap holds your penis in place on a plastic "cradle" by gripping just below the head, and this cradle then clips onto a pair of adjustable rods to keep it stretched out from your body. Wear it long enough and in theory that stretch becomes permanent. In practice there's no sane way to use this device long enough to put that to the test.
The main problem is the highly inaccurately named "comfort strap" that grips the head of the penis. If this is tight enough to actually stay in place it is extremely uncomfortable, and soon you'll find the glans going alarmingly cold and purple due to restricted blood supply. It's not a viable option to wear it for more than a matter of minutes.
If on the other hand it's loose enough to be comfortable, applying any significant stretch will cause the penis to gradually slip back through the strap, and the whole device will slip off completely in a matter of minutes. When you read the instructions, and find they casually talk of wearing this for up to 6 hours a day, you realise how impractical this thing is.
The whole attachment method seems to have had no real thought at all. Even taking the strap on and off is a difficult and painful task as it has to be tightened by pulling rubber tabs through narrow slots in the base of the cradle, which are great at pinching extremely sensitive bits of skin.
There are various suggestions in the instructions about adding foam rings and gauze around your penis (some of which are supplied in the pro version), but no matter how slowly and painstakingly these are applied the improvement is minimal, and I have never been able to wear this thing for more than 20 minutes at a time.
It's suggested on their website that you can wear this under your clothes during day to day activity and work. Anyone who's ever actually put this thing on will burst out laughing at this suggestion. At full stretch your penis will be as long, if not a bit longer, as it is when fully erect and also has the rigid rods and cradle strapped to it.
The hinges do allow it to be pointed straight up, down or out, but it's still like trying to go around with a massive hard-on that has bits of plastic strapped to it. Unless your work allows you to wear oversize baggy shorts, does not require you to move around, and can be interrupted every few minutes to mess around with the strap, you are not going to be wearing this thing during it.
It's also suggested this could be worn while sleeping. Even if you could somehow fall asleep with this attached to your penis it would be extremely dangerous due to the restricted blood supply to the head of your penis. Only a total fool would try sleeping in this once they'd tried wearing it.
The device's overall construction is surprisingly poor for the price tag. It makes a big thing of being "lightweight", which in practice translates as "is made entirely of cheap plastic, including all the small moving parts". The hinges and the sliding sections in the extendible rods are very flimsy for something which is supposed to be under tension, and feel in constant danger of snapping.
It is very obvious these needed to be made of metal for this device to stand up to long term use. The cradle clips onto the rods by tiny plastic protrusions, which were already starting to wear down after the extremely limited use I got out of this, which occasionally caused the whole thing to snap off under tension.
The frustrating thing about this device is the basic concept does seem sound. After enduring a session in this thing my penis does seem to hang longer and maybe even is a shade longer when hard. But it simply isn't usable for the kind of time necessary to make a lasting difference, and this is due to very obvious flaws in the design. An alternative design with a different attachment system might be worth trying.
- The basic concept of penis stretching may work.
- Awful design makes it painful and unusable for any real length of time.
- Bottom line
- Avoid - cannot live up to its promises.
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A stretch too far
Reviewed: 07 August 2014 by Dave_S, a Straight Married Male
El Burro: That's what they used to call me at school. It means "Donkey", but unfortunately I didn't earn my nickname because I was hung like one. And ever since those unpleasant days of my youth, I have been engaged in a lifelong quest to have a penis worthy of the name.
Recently, my hunt for the perfect extender has brought me to this: the penis equivalent of a medieval torture device; a "cock rack", if you like.
It is very expensive compared to your run-of-the-mill penis pumps, but it apparently comes with the approval of a long list of medical experts. So does it work, and is it worth the cost?
Well, first off, this is the "Pro" version. Which means that it comes in a slightly different colour to the "Basic" version. It also comes with a couple of padded rings and some sticky tape - although the instructions provided don't mention these and don't explain what they are for. I did work it out eventually, but more on that later. The kit also comes with three replacement straps.
The device works exactly like you think it would. A rubber strap grips your penis just below the glans. This attaches to a frame containing a couple of springs which provide the stretching force. The concept is very simple, as is the device itself, which begs the question: why is it so expensive? Furthermore, the whole thing seems cheaply made and feels like it will break within a few uses.
Examining the product for the first time, I imagined that the reason for the price tag must be because the designers had come up with a way of firmly, yet comfortably, gripping the penis. So was this the case?
In a word: No. The extender "grips" your penis by means of a rubber strap. This is adjusted by pulling the strap through a narrow notch. This process inevitably results in excruciating pain as intimate parts of your body are pinched between the strap and the edge of the notch.
The agonising method of tightening the strap would be fine if it actually worked, but even at its tightest setting my penis was pulled (painfully) through the strap as soon as the slightest bit of tension was placed on it. Now, I've never considered myself to be tiny in the girth department, but clearly this product is designed for people who are considerably larger than I am. A bit of a strange design concept, given that most users of this are likely to be below average.
It was at this point that I realised that the spongy rings provided as part of the "pro" kit (the "protection pads") may help to provide a bit of grip to my (clearly, tiny) penis. And to a certain extent, they did. I still needed the strap pulled to its tightest setting, but with the pad in place I was secured, albeit painfully.
So there I sat, cock stretched to breaking point and with the head quickly turning a nasty blue colour. An appropriate time to read the documentation, I thought. The manufacturer boasts that you can get up to 28% growth in 6 months. Impressive! To achieve this, the manual recommends that you start with an hour a day and build up to 6 hours a day. 6 hours! Shooting up out of my chair in surprise, my cock was ripped agonisingly from the strap. I gave up for the night and went to bed, still the same size, but a lot more tender.
Not being one to give up easily, I tried again a few days later. This time by using the sticky tape to secure the device to my penis. This still didn't work, but had the added advantage of also being extremely painful to remove. However, it did give me time to read the documentation a bit more. Apparently, wearing this for 6 hours a day is no problem as it can be worn comfortably(!) at work below loose fitting trousers. I don't know about the rest of you, but sweat pants don't really feature in my company's dress code. According to the manual, you can also wear it in bed. Looking at my glans turn from purple to black, I decided that this probably wasn't a good idea - not unless I wanted to wake up to find the severed head of my penis lying at the bottom of the bed, like a more terrifying version of the famous Godfather scene.
The sad thing is that I am almost certain that this method of traction would work. It's just that I'm not sure that I have either the time, the patience or the pain threshold to stick this out. And even if it did work, and even if it did deliver the promised growth, I'm not sure that this piece of cheap plastic is worth the premium price.
- It probably does work...
- ...but only slowly and painfully
- Bottom line
- Expensive for what you get.
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