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Old March 16th, 2013
n01d n01d is offline
My goal is erect acroposthion: RCI-10 and CI-9.5. Started CI-3 RCI-3. Now CI-8 and RCI-8.5
 
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Default Air methods

Hey.

Since I currently own a TLC-X and a DTR and I am currently looking at air methods since the hype of effectiveness is there, I wondered if some of you had experience with those methods and what you suggest best.

I'm hitting a plateau and was looking at those methods and was looking for advices, been near of my goal (full erect coverage) and wanting to finish this process as fast as possible. (I'm looking at having a fixed state. The changes are a bit perturbing and would love to relearn sex from a stable perspective.)

I'm currently RCI-8, which perfectly fits the description:
"RCI-8 ... Partial erect coverage.Skin will somewhat stay over the corona during erections, but tends to retract. Overhang with CI-5 through CI-7."
src:http://www.restoringforeskin.org/pub...rage-index-rci

What would you recommend? Why?
Thanks for sharing.
N01d
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Old March 16th, 2013
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Default Re: Air methods

From what I've heard the downside is the shaping of the skin. There's no way to make it cyclindrical or a taper if you just blow it up like a balloon.
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Old March 16th, 2013
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From what I've heard the downside is the shaping of the skin. There's no way to make it cyclindrical or a taper if you just blow it up like a balloon.
So: like the DTR modification kit being proposed here:
http://www.foreskinrestore.com/parts_order.html
http://www.foreskinrestore.com/air_DTR.html
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Old March 16th, 2013
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Default Re: Air methods

DTR air kit is only 15 dollars extra!

I also like the idea of the wrap, though
posters are raving about Hyperrestore
(that doesnt use a wrap). The wrap
issue seems like pioneer territory
and I dont know how I feel about
taking the risk of flabby skin.

As a side issue - I just checked out
your profile page and saw that you
are intact and started at CI-3. I had
no idea that grade was possible for
an intact male. Always thought
CI-3 can only be for a circumcised
man. Eye-opener. I started
at CI-3.
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Old March 17th, 2013
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I dont know how I feel about taking the risk of flabby skin.
I think if you're careful to always tug with your FFRP situated at the skinniest part of the device you stand very little chance of a baggy/flabby outcome. Especially if you use a very narrow device.

Control over where the FFRP falls is why we introduced TLC Selects spacer disks for the TLC-X and TLC-XAir.

For an intact guy your FFRP is just your natural roll-over point.

-Ron

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Thanks for your tips Ron!

I do like that aspect about
your devices. I have ordered
a DTR, partly because I could
financially also more easily
afford an air kit too.

I love your TLC tugger though
and will continue to use it everyday
(or at least every second day - I
would like to mix it all up). Have
it on as I write this.

Its taper is a great comfort to
the whole flabby skin concern.
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Old March 17th, 2013
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Default Re: Air methods

Just thought some of you would have the same questions about vocabulary.
Found this post by Ron which details what he said in the post below.
http://foreskin-restoration.net/foru...ead.php?t=5591

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I think if you're careful to always tug with your FFRP situated at the skinniest part of the device you stand very little chance of a baggy/flabby outcome. Especially if you use a very narrow device.

Control over where the FFRP falls is why we introduced TLC Selects spacer disks for the TLC-X and TLC-XAir.

For an intact guy your FFRP is just your natural roll-over point.

-Ron

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Ron:

Can you detail the differences about all your air devices?
It is not that clear to me which one I should go for.

Plus, why is there videos for every other of your devices but not those ones?

Thanks,
N01d
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Old March 17th, 2013
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I donīt know about using the DTR over night, since i only have the DTR Retainer and use it for the Air Method.
At night i use my good old TLC-Tugger. Got a new strap a few month ago, progress is a lot faster since. The old one was rather worn out after one year of tugging.
I think using a DTR with a pusher or a TLC-X over night is not a good Idea (erections while asleep...).
When using the TLC-Tugger there is no problem with erections during the night, in the worst case the device simply slipps of...

The Air-Method has increased my progress very much and i can only say: Try it yourself!!!
So far i have no problems with "floppy" skin at all.

My Regimen is:
during the day 2-4 hours using the inflation device
during the night 4-8 hours tugging with the TLC-Tugger
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Old March 17th, 2013
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Default Re: Air methods

"I think using a DTR with a pusher or a TLC-X over night is not a good Idea (erections while asleep...). "

But considering your FEC, theoretically, you have largely enough skin to not hurt yourself, no? (Riddik: your last erect picture shows nearly 90% erect coverage... I would guess your FEC is nearly 200% of your glan size, no?)

So when not in erection, elastics pushes with basic tension.
When in erection, more tension is applied...?!

It seemed feasible to me, but most of the private answers I received were: do not do that.
Have you tried?


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Originally Posted by Riddik View Post
I donīt know about using the DTR over night, since i only have the DTR Retainer and use it for the Air Method.
At night i use my good old TLC-Tugger. Got a new strap a few month ago, progress is a lot faster since. The old one was rather worn out after one year of tugging.
I think using a DTR with a pusher or a TLC-X over night is not a good Idea (erections while asleep...).
When using the TLC-Tugger there is no problem with erections during the night, in the worst case the device simply slipps of...

The Air-Method has increased my progress very much and i can only say: Try it yourself!!!
So far i have no problems with "floppy" skin at all.

My Regimen is:
during the day 2-4 hours using the inflation device
during the night 4-8 hours tugging with the TLC-Tugger
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