NEW - Shaft E-Buddy
Simple is good. Like our conductive loops with the cord locks, a simple design works
best. Once in awhile, some users with sensative skin mention that the current is too much when using the loops.
To help with the sensation, using a 3/4" wide piece of flat strap spreads the current a little better, eliminating the
acute sensation they get.
So, if you are
looking for an affordable and effective single-pole electrode, look no further. Introducing the Shaft E-Buddy.
We devised a simple electrode that fits snugly around the shaft, below the head or the base of the penis. There are
basically three components to it. 1) an 8 inch piece of flat strap conductive silicone, 2) a simple
plastic locking cam buckle and 3) one of our ComboClips to get the current to the conductive silicone.
Simply take the ComboClip off of the conductive strap, wrap the strap around the penis, place
the strap through the locking cam, snug it to your satisfaction and lock it down. Reconnect the ComboClip and you are
ready to go. If you need to adjust the tension, it is easy; just release the cam lock, re-position the strap and lock
it down again. Normally, once on the penis, you don't have to take the ComboClip off of the electrode to reposition
or tighten or loosen it.
to choose from!! The standard E-Buddy opens to 2", maybe a little more and fits most folks well. If you need
additional diameter (for those with more girth), simply use the Drop-Down Box below and ask for the 12" model.
If there is any overhang on the flat strap, you can always cut a small piece of it off. Just make sure you don't cut
too much off, because you have to have a place to connect the teeth of the ComboClip to.
Additionally, the regular ComboClip fits a banana pin (as shown in the pictures). If
you want to use a TENS pin to make the connection, there is another Drop-Down Box below to indicate you are using a TENS pin
and need a small piece of 4x2mm conductive tube to use as a connection sleeve. Once you push the 4x2mm tube into the
banana socket and cut it flush, a TENS pin will fit nice and tight into it. If you have a PES low profile snap connection
at the end of your PES lead, just order our Stainless Snap to TENS apapters
or our other Snap to TENS adapter and as for the 4x2mm conductive
tube. The adapter will fit your PES lead and then you can push the TENS pin into the ComboClip.
If the conductive strip ever come off of the clip, as it sometimes will, the following three
step assembly instructions shown below, will hopefully get you "up" and charged again. :)