VLC-X ventless extensible PE / FR tugging device, with Your-Skin Cone, long (4.5″) and short (3.25″) rods, collet, ComforTug strap, TLC Selects spacer disks, and SG Clip. This is an ADS (all-day stretcher) for strapped tugging or use with optional traction rig or weights.
The adjustable length means a restorer can keep aggressive tension on the skin while also focusing on shaft tension. It also helps intact PE guys fine-tune the length so the natural pucker point comfortably falls at the skinniest part of the device. If an intact guy is not interested in foreskin lengthening, his best bet is the VLC Packer/Stacker.
Note that the TLC-X Rubber Band and Spring tension modes are NOT available because the center rod does not slide freely through the air-tight hole in the tugger body. The VLC-X has a PE (shaft tensioning) effect only when used with external tension sources like straps, weights, or a traction rig.
See the sizing note.
The aim of using TLC Selects spacers with this kit is to give you the control to get the best possible cosmetic outcome. The idea is that you choose a spot along your skin tube which you will target to become your Future Flaccid Roll-over Point. See the FFRP spreadsheet for help calculating an optimal location for this region of skin. Once this spot is identified, you fine-tune the length of your device so the target spot is worn comfortably at the skinniest part of the device every time you tug. The TLC Selects spacers included in this kit let you adjust the device length in 3mm increments as you gain slack. Having a single chosen spot that is never stretched wider than necessary gives you the best shot at a neat natural-looking pucker to your restored skin tube.
You must click here to read the ventless device safety declaration AND the TLC-X safety declaration before ordering
Straps carry a 3-month warranty.
Item: KVLC-X (formerly TLC-XPE), Keyword: KVLCX, TLCX, VLCX, TLCXPE
Note: The first picture above shows what this item includes. Other pictures may show size options or possible applications employing optional components.