Unable to obtain silicone bands for Andropenis

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As the proud owner of an Andropenis device I am aware that the silicone bands do wear out . Hey ,thats not unreasonable but I am unable to purchase any more from your web site which is sad as this now makes the device redundant,shame as it was just showing good results !

Help me please ! have followed the instructions to the letter but no matter what I do the bands do just wear out I presume it happens as you take the device off .the bands also do not take well to being washed which one must do to keep them clean and dirt free.I would like to say what a great piece of kit the Andropenis is but the silicone band is letting it down

Reason of review: Order processing issue.

Preferred solution: Let the company propose a solution.

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bondimedical3
#1021521

Hello Sir. You are right in that the manufacturer has decided not to sell individual spare parts like the silicone bands any more. However, we are one of the only authorized distributors who still sell spare parts for the Andropenis and you can purchase them here http://www.andropenis.com.au/

Andropenis is a scam!

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The andropenis *** extender is a complete waste of money! i bought mine last week and paid for overnight shipping but received it almost 5 days late.

on top of all of that, i ordered a gold premium edition *** extender and they sent me a regular gold with less features and when i called them to complain, they didnt give me back my money they just issued me a discount off my next purchase! eeven though im never buying from them again! dont buy from them, they are a scam!

and i was really hoping it would work. Oh well

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Anonymous
#817410

I think this first reviewer is a scam. Jazzer, I'll hold my tongue.

Complaining that it came late or not as you ordered is hardly something you should leave a "scam" report about.

Andropenis Gold is actually one of the best legit products out there for men such as yourself (obviously) that have a small ***.

@ Andro User:

I tried many products before I tried Andropenis Gold. I will say 1 thing for sure, the noose style such as what the Andropenis has is the ONLY style that will allow you to wear at higher tensions when you become more of an advanced user. There is a specific technique you need to use with the noose style to prevent the slip offs, any decent company who sells it should be able to tell you what it is. You definitely can get other styles but IMO they only cater for the unaware beginner who is still does not know that at later stages the tension is wound right up.

Try and do that with any of those 100 in 1 bullsh*t hybrid straps or whatever, if you think the noose slips off, you've got another thing coming with the other styles.

I never wore mine for more than 4 hrs a day, and lastly after a few weeks the silicone bands will need to be replaced, that's why you get the spares. Ando User - you were obviously a novice user that had no insight on how to get around issues or to even ask for some customer support it seems, all the issues you had I figured out or asked about within a week or two and I kept using for 4 months very regularly.

I was already at 7 inches but wanted more, as we do...but I regret it a little bit now. At my current measurement of 8.25 inches I can no longer do my wife "hard" like I used to. Just a word of warning for those out there that want to give Andropenis Gold a try, it does work, but you should be sensible about what you want as a goal.

IMO anything over 8 inches is probably too big, unless of course you want to work in ***, or perhaps if your partner has a very deep ***. Sincerely, Bill

Anonymous
Calgary, Alberta, Canada #742275

The truth about Andropenis is that it is sub par compared to other extenders out there. Yes it will help you to increase your size but the tubing designed to keep the head of your *** stretched is inadequate at best to do the job.

If you plan to wear this you will likely need to remain motionless for the nine hours it prescribes after the evolution period because the tubing slips free with frustrating regularity.

After several weeks of using the product the tubing began to stretch in such a way that it would no longer remain in the housing pulling free and making moving while wearing the product almost impossible as it constantly need to be fixed. Until the issue can be address I would suggest using a different product with a more secure restraint for the head.

Anonymous
#492319

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*sound of gears grinding*Well? Do you?The $20/day questionWell the answer is it depends.First, let's examine what you get when you purchase the rental car insurance which usually isn't actually insurance, it's a liability waiver. It's generally called a Loss Damage Waiver (LDW) or the Collision Damage Waiver (CDW). (There is also something called Personal Accident Insurance, or PAI, which specifically covers passengers not the vehicle.)When you spend that extra couple bucks a day, if you get t-boned by some *** not paying attention, it's not your problem, put simply.

The rental agency holds you harmless if you get in an accident, or if the car is stolen or damaged. You don't pay anything else, your insurance company doesn't get involved, and you walk away with (pretty much) no strings attached. It's convenient.Here's how three major car rental agencies explain their policies:Is the LDW/CDW worth the cost?So why wouldn't you spring for the waiver insurance?Well, let's say it's $12/day (a pretty conservative figure). You have a 5-day rental.

So that means that right there is another $60 on top of whatever you're already paying in rental fees. So what? you say. My personal auto insurance also covers rental cars.

That's right, it certainly does. Of course, if something happens, you're out the cost of the deductible on your insurance (which is probably a tad more than $60), your rates will most likely go up, and here's the biggie rental car companies can charge you for loss of use, which means the loss of rental fees while the car is in the shop for repairs. In many states, personal auto insurance policies will not cover this expense you will be out of pocket for it.Check out what three top insurance companies had to say:Put it on the plastic? Well, you say, my credit card has some coverage on it.

You're right your credit card probably does offer some insurance coverage but that's mostly on a secondary basis meaning your auto insurance company pays first, then you can submit a claim to your credit card company to pay for the deductible and possibly for loss of use charges. But do read the fine print on your credit card coverage here not all cards are created equal, and some provide very little additional coverage.Some info from the major credit/charge/debit card companies:Going international?A final consideration is where you plan on renting the car. If you're overseas or even just in Canada or Mexico your auto insurance provider may not offer any coverage whatsoever. It would be rather a downer to rear end someone in Paris while sightseeing, then come home to a $10,000 bill for a wrecked rental.Property valuesMost rental companies also offer personal property insurance in addition to the liability waiver meaning that if your iPad gets stolen, you'll get reimbursed.

Again, yes, your auto or homeowners policy may cover this type of theft, but, once more, consider the deductible (and the hassle). Once you've thought about how much your deductible is, consider how much more likely items are to be stolen while on vacation especially if you're in a tourist-heavy area.The bottom lineBefore you go off on a trip that requires a rental car, call up your insurance company and your credit card company.

Get in writing exactly what they cover, and what they don't. If you feel good about with the amount of coverage afforded to you via this route, go ahead and save the money at the counter.If you don't feel comfortable with what you've got, you just don't want to deal with the possible hassle of having to call the insurance, the credit card company, and the rental agent multiple times if something happens, or you just haven't had a chance to look over your policy recently spend the cash.There's something soothing about the piece of mind of total coverage not that you should decide to go drive your rental from the Vegas strip into Lake Mead to see if it floats but knowing you could walk away clean if you do, that's one less thing to worry about while on vacation.GD Star Ratingloading...

Borisse
#425017

Andropenis is not a scam, it worked for me . I am very happy with the results I get and with the good quality of their customer service.

I was very afraid because they are a lot of companies but I think I have been very lucky to find Andromedical.

They are serious. I recommend.

Anonymous
#187679

I disagree, it worked for me. Mine cam with a few extra techniques, maybe contact them to see if they will sell them to you seperately? www.andropenisgold.com.au

Besides, something that arrives late or inclomplete is hardly grounds to be called on as a scam.

Anonymous
#162578

So you bought it, didn;t get the premium version, ok fair enough, but how long have you been using it to say its a scam and doesnt work, a day? haha ok, your pathetic and have a small ***, good luck to you.

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