V.E.D. Body Shield
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The body shield is designed to help prevent excess scrotal tissue from entering the vacuum cylinder. It also helps to keep testicles from ascending during the erection process.
The shield is placed over the penis against the body and acts as a guard between the vacuum erection device and scrotum. Minimizes the use of lubricant. The body shield is reusable and comes with instructions.
For 2 yrs. I have used the erecaid pump initially with the rings that came with it. Then I ordered a newer version of the ring and this increased the usage and results quite a bit. The V.E.D. BODY SHIELD, has improved erection time and efficiency. Less pulling of hairs, and less scrotal skin involvement. Who knew a thin piece of rubber /latex in the shape of a flat doughnut could make this much difference. I'm a believer
The disc does an excellent job of keeping suction within the pump
Finally got good erection the first time with the scrotum shield,wow!
If you purchase one accessory, this is it. I use to have issues with my scrotum getting sucked into the tube. This add-on stops this from happening! It also provides the best seal! 1000x times recommendation.
I seem to have a problem with vacuum pumps trying to pull scrotal tissue/testicles into the pump, despite my erection filling the base of the tube. The shield seems to help some. Can be removed before intercourse, leaving the tension band in place.
pI'm a 90 year old retired academic physician. Ages; puberty 12, married 22. Sex with wife weekly over the years. From premature ejaculation at marriage to soft erection and rare ejaculation by age 76. Used 50 mg Viagra with fairly good results to age 85, when I first needed Osbon Erecaid kit. Tried rubber constrictor rings A through D, ending with D which gave best erection but was difficult to remove from penis. At age 87, to facilitate removal, tried adjustable loops as well as EZ Ring (Insert penis through a cylinder cap before suction), and was not satisfied with either. On two occasions at age 90 constrictor caught around one testical, causing discomfort. After sex I had to cut the ring to remove it. Then I purchased a body shield (5" D, flexible, transparent plastic, with 1" D hole for base of penis). At same time I switched to ring B. Shield needs to be well lubricated for suction to work, and erection is not quite as great as with ring D, but so far I have had no repeat of the trapped testical, and have had a satisfactory sexual experience. It is easy to remove the shield after applying the suction, and it's much easier to remove ring B after sex.