How Do You Measure Up?
Cock Rings (see
To fit properly, a cockring should be loose enough to get on and
off easily, but a bit snug to work its magic once the blood
starts pumping. To measure yourself for a cockring, when totally
flaccid take a string or a sewing type tape measure and slip it
behind your balls and tug it up around the top of your penis
(where it meets your body). Mark the string on both sides where
it comes together at snugness thats comfortable for you. Remove
the string and measure between the marks. This measurement will
give you your circumference, now take your circumference
measurement and divide by pi (3.14). This measurement will give
you your diameter or ring size.
(see chart below)
The same technique for measuring cock rings is used again - with
the exception, that we don't measure at the base of the penis.
The point for measurement is between the penis and testicles.
You will need to pull the testicles down and measure the
circumference, this is best done after taking a hot shower or
bath. Once you convert the circumference measurement by dividing
it by 3.14 using the formula above you should have your
measurement (look at our instructions on measuring for a
The Ball Stretcher inside diameter: it is best to
allow a little extra on this as your testis will shrink up/down
with temperature changes.
(see chart below)
Use the same formula of dividing your measurement by pi 3.14.
When totally flaccid measure just behind the penis/glan head.
The weight should be snug so not to slip off when worn. The head
lip will be what holds the weight in place so its important to
get a good measurement. Measure 2 or 3 times at your absolute
most flaccid state.
When stacking penis weights its best to go a little
larger in diameter after the first weight.
These are rounded numbers for your circumference. Any
measurement around these sizes will do.
Your Measure Ring/Weight Size
2 ¾ 7/8 ring or 3.5oz
3 1/8 1.0 ring or
1 1/8 ring or 4.5oz
4.0 1 ¼ ring or 5oz
4 ¾ 1 ½ ring or 6oz
5 ½ 1 ¾ ring or 11oz
6 ¼ 2.0 ring or 12oz
any size bigger than 7 inches contact customer
service for special orders
So you want to build one of those
gorgeous sets of low-hanging, heavy swinging balls? We can
help, read on!
A little anatomy lesson
First, you need to understand the anatomy of what you are
working with. The testicles are pretty much free inside the
scrotal sac, but they aren't held up by the scrotum. They are
supported by what I'll call "suspenders" from the inner side of
the pubic bone. This is a unique tissue that acts a little like
a ligament- but it's more flexible and extends or contracts in
reaction to temperature. The scrotal sac itself also reacts to
temperature. There's also the plumbing; blood vessels and the
passages that carry sperm to the seminal vesicle, located by the
prostrate. It is the seminal vesicle that produces semen, the
fluid part of the ejaculate, while the testicles produce sperm,
or the "active ingredient". It is the seminal vesicle that
spasms and ejaculates; not the testicles. To build low hangers,
you have to stretch the scrotum to make room for them, and you
need to stretch the plumbing as well- but the most difficult
part is to stretch those "suspenders", the strong tissues that
adjust the travel range of the testicles. I call the relevant
parts of this process "the elements of success".
The elements of success: Understanding the
role of Temperature
The keys to stretching these tissues starts with Temperature.
Sperm production takes place not at 98.6 F., but at 96-97
degrees- cooler than the normal body temp by a couple of
degrees. The body wants to produce sperm; so if the testicles
are warmer than the ideal temperature, the body drops them to
cool them off. If they are colder, it pulls them in to warm
them. Warmth encourages the body to release the tension in the
suspending tissues, and let the testicles down. In the extended
state, what you do to stretch those tissues further is actually
working on the tissues- like stretching a straight piece of
wire. In a contracted state, what you do is working against a
contraction- like pulling on a spring. So stretching is best
accomplished by keeping the testicles on the warm and extended
side as much as possible.
usually fairly uncomfortable, in part because people use too
much weight or too small a size. The center hole sizing is
important, in that too small an opening cuts off circulation and
too large an opening falls off unexpectedly (and then out your
pants leg). Too heavy becomes unbearably painful and tends to
cut circulation off too.
The best way
to wear weights is to buy them slightly larger in inner diameter
than needed, and short in height- you can wear more than one if
you want more tension. Next, cut the foot portion off of a sock,
preferably from one with a light athletic weight fabric. Slide
this over the testicles, then install the weight. The sock has
taken up the over-sizing of the ring, but cushions the weight
and has less circulation interference than steel on skin.
Now, fold the
upper part of the sock down over the weight and the scrotum. Add
a rubber band just below the weight. Pick the size carefully-
not so tight as to constrict the scrotum, but enough to hold the
sock in under the weight a bit. Now, the sock has cushioned your
legs and body from the steel. It's also helping keep both your
scrotum and the steel warm, encouraging the natural extension of
the tissues. You can compensate for size variation by using
different thickness of sock material.
to realize that you MUST NOT cut off circulation with any
device or practice! To do that will cause permanent injury! This
is a gentle process, done with patience rather than power. If
your balls are turning blue, something is too tight, and must be
loosened or removed!!! This is especially important if you wear
any device overnight, where it's possible for circulation loss
to occur without your being aware of it. A little discomfort is
normal- but pain is an indicator of excess, as is loss of normal
color. Unless you are reckless and ignore this advice, it's
unlikely you will have any problems. Otherwise, take note-
Continuing pain is an indicator that you have severely injured
yourself, and should see your doctor ASAP! If you are thinking
"If a little tension is good, a lot must be better" you should
remember... that doctor is going to ask you "Just exactly what
have you been doing to your balls?"
If in doubt
about the safety of your process, back off. Use common sense,
and above all- be gentle, these are the family jewels! Good luck
in your endeavors. In time youll be the most envied guy in the
bed and or locker room.
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