While there are numerous types of penis enlargement extenders and traction devices available nowadays, there is one thing they all seem to have in common - a high price tag. Seeing how many of them are constructed of high quality composites and surgical grade components, I suppose the cost is justified. However, while it would be nice to think these devices are built to last forever, the unfortunate truth is that, like most things, they can and will break. I recently did some research for a friend regarding replacement parts and discovered some pretty interesting information.
My friend Jonathon who had purchased a penis extender a few months back emailed me with a rather embarrassing story of how he managed to "bend" his device. I'll skip how he exactly managed this incredible feat, but suffice it to say that it was definitely broken.
He contacted me because he was hoping to replace some of the parts but couldn't figure out where on the manufacturer's website to do that. While I personally had never had to order replacement parts for an extender, I was a bit surprised that the information wasn't more easily accessible.
As it turns out, he had purchased the device from a company called SizeGenetics™. I visited their website and finally located the link to order spare parts - unfortunately the link didn't work. Since I've been in contact with the makers of the SizeGenetics device many times over the years regarding new product developments and such, I knew it would be a simple matter of contacting them for the information.
After speaking with their support department, I learned that they had recently redesigned their website so were in the process of ironing out all the kinks. Hopefully they'll have all their links correctly working in the near future. In the meantime, if you need to order any parts for your device you can do that by contacting them directly:
I actually spent some time reviewing several of the other popular penis extender companies and most of them do not have links to ordering replacement parts. If you need to purchase a part then I imagine contacting them via phone or through their "contact pages" would be your best bet.
I did find one company that sells an extender device and they do provide a direct link to purchasing spare parts. The company is called X4 Labs™ and you can find their website here:
The link for the replacement parts is located on the very bottom of their home page and is called "Spare Parts and Accessories".
On a side note, I noticed that they also offer what they call an "upgrade kit" which is supposed to help make the extenders more comfortable to wear. They also mention that this kit is compatible with 99% of all penis extenders available.
I found this interesting since I recently covered this exact topic in my Reducing Penis Extender Discomfort post. If it does actually work on most other extenders then this may be a great solution for men who experience discomfort wearing the devices!
Posted by PRS
Wednesday, August 1st, 2007