It had been a while since I worked on my penis.
I had made some terrific progress with the Bathmate in two months. Still, I knew I could make more gains, but I was just too lazy to make the extra time.
Plus, I had recently started taking cold showers, which didn’t exactly give me the ideal environment to use the Bathmate in.
So all that was left was to figure out a way to grow my penis with the least time invested possible.
Because the Bathmate had also given me some slight girth gains, all I wanted to do was add a little length.
No problem, I thought. When I came across the Bathmate, I read about some other penis extenders. They basically work like going to the gym: They pull on your penis over the course of the day, forcing the tissue to break down and re-grow to adjust to the added tension. There’s probably some more complex science mumbo-jumbo behind it, but that’s the gist of it.
But Damn, They Were Expensive!
I mean, I wanted a bigger penis, but starting at $250, I couldn’t afford it. Even the Bathmate strained my wallet at the time. Then again, it delivered a lot more than just penis length.
I searched for cheaper alternatives that made good on their promise of penis length. I also wanted the least time investment possible, something that most extenders promised. You put them on and wear them throughout the day, so the actual time spent is just you putting it on and off.
Was That Too Much To Ask?
I didn’t think so, which is why I continued looking for a solution.
And boy, am I ever glad I did.
I came across it by accident. I wasn’t even looking for something to grow my penis specifically, but learned about foreskin restoration. What does that mean? It’s self-explanatory, really. It means regrowing your foreskin.
Now, I’m not circumcised, but the idea was interesting. At the time, I didn’t even know regrowing skin like that was possible. So I checked out some of the devices out of sheer curiosity and came across this dude’s website.
Enter Ron Low
Ron Low calls himself an “intactivist,” campaigning against circumcision. He designed the TLC Tugger, a cone you wrap your foreskin around. You then secure it with another cone called the cuff and wear it for a couple of hours every day.
Spurred on by his own success, he started selling the device to other people, and can now support himself full-time with his business.
But that’s not all. He actually designed another device, called the VLC Tugger.
The VLC Tugger works on the same principles, except you now also wear a strap. The two cones create a vacuum that, together with the tension applied by the strap, keep your penis stretched and cause the cells to re-grow. In other words: Your penis gets bigger.
Sounds familiar? It’s how every extender works.
So What Then?
I ordered the VLC and it took about a week to arrive, which is quite fast considering it came all the way to Germany. I took it out of the box, washed it, and tried putting it on. It took a few tries, but I got the hang of it quickly.
And damn, it was comfortable. All the while, I was worrying about it cutting into my penis or something, but it fit snugly and was no problem at all.
Which shouldn’t come as a surprise. After all, Ron takes your measurements and fits the cone to your penis.
I took it easy at first and only wore it for an hour or two a day, taking lots of time off and only adding an hour or so a day.
Then I get overzealous and aggressively added a couple of hours and upped the tension like mad! I was shocked when I took it off one day and noticed some blisters around my penis.
I was scared as fuck and didn’t touch my penis for a week. But the blisters wore off and I jumped back in with a more conservative routine.
I wore it religiously under my pants and made good gains, but before I go into more detail, let me tell you a bit about the Tugger itself.
Before you buy the Tugger, you’ll send Ron your erect and flaccid glans width. He’ll make one just for your penis size, which means you don’t have to worry about sizing. It even comes with a Right-Size Guarantee: You can send it back within three months should it not fit you, for either a replacement or a full refund.
I wore the Tugger for a couple hours every day, and might have forgotten about it at times had I not set a timer. You won’t even notice you’re wearing it, no kidding.
Easy To Use
The learning curve is so shallow, you’ll get the hang of it after a few tries, guaranteed.
Minimum Time Investment
Although you’ll be wearing the Tugger for a couple of hours every day, the actual time spent putting it on and off is less than five minutes. It’s like cooking: Your meal might take three hours in the oven, but you only spend ten minutes prepping stuff in the kitchen. No other device even comes close to that.
Just about the smallest penis enlargement device you’ll ever come across: It actually fits into your pocket! That means it’s easy to hide from prying eyes, unlike that massive penis pump you have lying around.
Can Also Be Used For Manual Stretching
It will give you the most even stretch you’ll find anywhere.
Comes With SizeGenetics Attachment
I’ve heard of uncircumcised people having trouble using the SizeGenetic. You can wear the cone and attach the SizeGenetics, which will be much more comfortable.
After about six months of wearing it nearly every day, I gained another centimeter (0.4 inches) in penis length. That was after gaining a centimeter in the Bathmate already, so I was really happy with gains, which were almost an inch by that time.
I didn’t gain any girth, which doesn’t bother me, though. Like I said, I had made some progress with the Bathmate and didn’t care.
But Dude… Aren’t Penis Enlargement Devices Usually Super-Expensive?
That’s one my favorite parts about the VLC Tugger.
The whole thing only costs $61.
Seriously, for the price of eating out four times, you can grow your penis by at least a centimeter, maybe even more. Shit dude, if that’s not worth it, I don’t know what is.
Especially if you compare it to surgery: It starts at, what, $1,000? And that’s assuming it works. Often enough, people have short-lived gains, then their penis retracts (YES! THE HORROR!) back to the pre-surgery state.