The pulling force control of PeniMaster®PRO
Controlling the pulling force exerted on the penis is helpful when enlarging the penis. Within a defined training zone of approx. 200-1100 grams* (Fig.1) the soft tissue of the penis is optimising its capability to grow new cells. Lower pulling forces often are not enough for the formation of new cells (the pulling force does not reach the threshold required for a reaction of the cell tissue). This is similar to using weights that are too light for a muscle workout program. However, if the pulling force is too strong, it may put stress on the penis tissue and still not significantly improve results.
How it works
The base rods of the device contain a built-in spring balance to control the exerted pulling force (Fig. 1). The scale is divided into five clearly defined sections to monitor one’s individual training zone.
If there is hardly any pulling force exerted on the penis (in basic setting after application) you can see five markings on the spring balances. With increasing pulling force (by unscrewing the thread, Fig 2) the base rod slides along the scale. The markings are covered depending on the corresponding pulling force that is exerted. The distance between each marking equals about 230 grams* of pulling force.
*Remarks regarding the unit “grams”
A spring balance actually does not measure the “pulling force” in grams, but in Newton (N), from a proper physical point of view. 1 newton equals 100 grams under normal conditions (regular gravity on earth). For example, the spring balance shows 8 newtons instead of 800 grams. For better understanding we chose to use the “physically incorrect” measurement of grams on the scale, rather than newtons.
Scale to control the exerted pull
Example: Markings four and five are visible, marking three is covered: The pull is between 690 and 920 grams
Sample position of the spring balance:
- Position I: No pull
- Position II: Pull of approx. 650 grams
- Position III: Maximum pull of approx. 1150 grams