Cock head electrode

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You can buy loads of things on AliExpress and make your own creations. There are sellers who supply all thicknesses of conductive rubber tubing. I bought some 8mm recently which gives another dimension. It’s worth a look there if you a looking for odds and ends for a bit if DIY-troding.


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My current cockhead electrode favourite is:
https://www.meo.de/en/e-stim-penis-peni ... -2674.html

It is Bi-polar electrode but i got "splitter" cable that converts 1 tens pin to 2. So with this converter this electrode becomes mono polar electrode.
I pair this with "tens pad" behind ball sac.
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senorsammmo wrote: Mon Jan 02, 2023 5:46 am
Sorry newbie question do you have to use sterile lube for that sounds or that more reserved for the longer ones?
As a rule of thumb, when using sounds / penis plugs, it is recommended to use sterile lube in individual packets (as the big tubes of sterile lube are no longer sterile after first use). Those urethral insert must also be sterilized (or at least disinfected).
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If you're ok with a mono-pole any penise plug with glans ring works really well, connected with an alligator clip. super smooth and you can get any shape/feel you want.

I also recommend Joanne's that have been recommended here already. Great product.
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Zinnaca wrote: Wed Jan 04, 2023 12:51 pm My current cockhead electrode favourite is:
https://www.meo.de/en/e-stim-penis-peni ... -2674.html

It is Bi-polar electrode but i got "splitter" cable that converts 1 tens pin to 2. So with this converter this electrode becomes mono polar electrode.
I pair this with "tens pad" behind ball sac.
That looks interesting, but how do you fix it for not loosing it while playing?
Greetings Deltus

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You might like to know my experience with a similar electrode to that one Zinnaca mentioned.

I bought a very similar one off ebay for about 25% of the price listed in that link. I suspect they all come from the same cheap Chinese sources, just making a lot more profit.

Using it as a bi-ploar electrode was pretty much impossible. To keep good contact with non insertable part you have to constantly push it in extremely hard.

It slips out too far easily.

The insertable part is made from very rough conductive rubber, even using a lot of lube, afterwards next time you pee, feels like you have had a rough file or sandpaper inserted, lasted a day or two.

Extremely hard to clean conductive rubber properly, so not recommended for anything inserted into the urethra, danger of infection.

Stick to decent stainless steel devices.

I did post a picture on my Twitter account @samcdestim a little time ago of the way I modified a cheap cum through penis plug into a decent electrode adding conductive rubber to the ring and a tens lead. Much nicer than trying to use a crocodile clip which tends to make intermittent contact.
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samcdestim wrote: Sat Jan 28, 2023 9:54 am Much nicer than trying to use a crocodile clip which tends to make intermittent contact.
Ah, thats reassuring to hear, I have also got the impression that the transmission of the current was not very consistent with alligator clips.

Cheers

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