Alternative to cable clamp

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how about this. Ace bandage strip cut and then an elastic band stretched and tied around it.
 
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do you mean like a big rubber band going around the ace bandage? how many times would it have to be wrapped around to get a good squeeze?
 
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no this is the material like what is stitched in your underwear only in a long strip
 
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why not use cable clamps? they are relatively inexpensive, and i have yet to have one break.
 
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Agreed -- just go with the cable clamp. They cost <$2.
 
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Hose clamps (the steel ones ) can work as well.
 

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stillwantmore said:
Hose clamps (the steel ones ) can work as well.
Yeah there like 49. cents a peice!
 

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Also, SHOE STRING.
Tie in a loop or Slip knot, it works really well.
Have padding underneath also, it will hurt otherwise.
 

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how long can you safely clamp without causing damage to anything?
 
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BIGPimpin said:
how about this. Ace bandage strip cut and then an elastic band stretched and tied around it.
Elastic bands are pretty much just narrow versions of Ace bandages anyhow.

I just stopped off at the local craft shop (sewing goods, etc) and picked up three sizes of elastic bands. There was 1/4", 1/2" and 3/4" bands. The 1/4 incher is about 8 foot long, the 1/2 incher is about 4 feet long, and the 3/4 incher is about 3 feet long. They were 99 cents each.

I just tried the 1/2 inch tonight. You start with a lighter wrap pressure and then you increase the tension after you have a layer or two down.

The thing with elastic band is that it is cummulative, each layer adds more pressure. It is a flat strip so it doesn't cut in as much as a round cord would.

I didn't try putting anything underneath it, between it and the skin. So it was still a bit abrasive or pinchy feeling, but I didn't break any veins, which I have in the past using ropes or elastic round cords.

I do like the way you can keep building pressure by adding more and more layers of elastic wrap .
 

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loco said:
how long can you safely clamp without causing damage to anything?
I have clamped with a full erection for around an hour, no damage done, just got a wore out dick and could'nt get a full erection for a few hours.

I have ADC (All Day Clamped for over 6 hours before, basically you clamp, then start to get hard, as your getting hard push the clamp towards your pubic bone, then when everything is fully engorged, from the clamp to the glans, adjust the clamp to the engorgement of your likeing, then just leave it alone. After doing this you will not be able to get a full erection for the rest of the day, but in the morning you wake up with a fat ass hard as shit woody!
 

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