INFORMATION TO CONSIDER BEFORE PURCHASING ANY STP
- Please note - Not everyone can
use an STP successfully, No matter who makes them.
- Being able to control the flow
of your urine stream is your key to success
- An STP is NOT meant for
Sex/Intercourse (Vaginal or Anal) or Oral! Never use any STP for
penetration into the vagina or anus of your partner of self. It
doesn't matter what you have read or seen; this is risky! Anyone making
these and suggesting it being a pack/pee and play, is putting you and/or
your partner at risk. You risk bodily injury. Both areas are very
vascular; they can bleed heavily when cut. Not to mention urine gets
between the tubing and inside of the shaft. This creates a funky smelling
bacteria which will pass along to your partner!
- If you are a small guy,
under 5'8" - 5'10" or you are not a heavy set shorter guy and you
request the 5.5", it may be too long/thick for your stature and be very
obvious when worn in a public place. No refunds, no returns, no exchanges.
It is yours. If you find it is too big and you have a taller/larger
Transman friend, give it to him as a gift.
- No matter the receptacle, ours
or theirs, going too fast will cause over-flow - you cannot just let loose
with your flow and expect it to enter the receptacle and tubing without
causing a bottle neck - starting slowly allows any vacuum to break then
you can increase your flow
- You will find a variety of
receptacles with our FTM S.T.U.D. STP. if you are unsure which receptacle
we offer will suit you, choose the Removable Receptacle style so you can
try new receptacle out. The price for extra receptacle are very
- Never wait until your bladder
is so full you cannot control your urine stream. Even the most experienced
users will have backflow when waiting too long to void their bladders.
- If you have had trouble in the
past with overflow, these issues may be why.
- The bore of the tubing has
little effect meaning, the size we use may look very small but this
changes - oils in the soft packer cause latex tubing (inside the
shaft) to swell
- Before we send anything, it is
tap water tested for flow/leak issues. We test with a water flow comparable to
the average size urine stream flow
- Here's a great visual
learning/teaching tool! Even if you cannot see
your urine stream, you are teaching your brain and thus your functioning.
It may not work for everyone but it is very helpful to understand the
mechanics of an STP.
- Take your STP to the sink
- Hold your STP's receptacle under the
- Start a slow stream of water, about
1/4 inch in width into a faster wider stream and see what happens - Do
you see how nicely the fluid moves into the receptacle, through the
tubing and out the tip?
- Now, start a fast, sudden heavy stream
and see what happens - Do you see how the fluid bottlenecks at the
receptacle opening into the shaft tubing then overflows? Exactly!
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