There are dozens of penis extenders out there that claim they can help you solve your penis problems such as having the tiny penis, erection problems, premature ejaculation, etc. However, only a few really do have the capability to do so. In this article, I review the Jes Extender.
Like SizeGenetics, Jes is a non-surgical penis enlargement device that uses the principle of traction to promote growth. This is one of the first devices introduced to the market. I first heard about it after researching SizeGenetics and I discovered that they are built around the same technology. So, what should know about it?
The Jes Extender was released in 1994 where it was used in a clinical study by phalloplasty surgeons as a pain-free treatment to correct penile curvature. It was successfully used as a safe alternative to penile injections and surgery. What they discovered was that it could also enlarge the size of the penis.
So with the introduction of the Jes Extender to the market, penis extenders became very popular with new companies popping up to meet the demand. One of the most famous is SizeGenetics which uses the same principle.
It’s comprised of a plastic yoke that attaches to the head of the penis and another that sits at the base. The two metal rods that connect these two collars can be gradually lengthened by the user stretching the penis over time.
It’s easy to use and can be used any time of day. The amount of treatment the Jes Extender provides is determined by the how many hours it is worn together with the amount of traction you apply to your penis. It does not necessarily mean that you have to use it 12-20 hours a day. However, it’s not advised to use it while you sleep since you need to take a break every few hours.
The general consensus is to use it for 4-6 hours per day maximum. It’s important to give the body time to heal since this is when the penile tissue will be repaired leading to growth.
Jes Extender versus SizeGenetics
While both products are popular and effective there are a few differences worth mentioning. In terms of comfort, they are about the same, thanks to the extra wide comfort pads that wrap around your penis. After trying them both out, one of the reasons I decided to go with SizeGenetics is because they offer more and a better value.
For example, their UltimateSystem includes the extender, spare parts, a moisturizing cream, traction powder, an instructional DVD, PenisHealth exercise DVD, cleaning wipes and fluid, and a fitness ebook, all for $299. There is over $150 in free bouses. In comparison, Jes Extender gives you a gold plated extender in a wooden carrying case, spare parts, instructional video, and no bonuses for $349.
For me, it was a no-brainer. Having the talcum powder and moisturizing cream made my penis more comfortable. Furthermore, I used the wipes each day for proper hygiene. Now, of course not everyone is going to the exercise DVD but it did open me up to the world of jelqing and some simple exercises to speed up my results.
Your results will depend on how many hours you put in. I would recommend using the pads over the noose as they are way more comfortable around your penis. You should also commit yourself to use it 5-6 days a week since it takes quite some time before you see significant results.
Keep in mind individual results do vary depending on frequency, duration, and other factors. Fortunately, they do offer a one-year money back guarantee.
Jes extender is considered the original among penis extenders, due to its design and materials used. The device has gone through several revisions, as researchers are constantly improving it for more comfort and easier gains.
At the same time – Jes extender is a very popular brand, and this fact affected its price – it’s gone up in price. However, it’s not the best value and doesn’t come with bonuses, unlike SizeGenetics.
So if you don’t want to overpay for the brand, there are much more affordable alternatives on the same level of quality and reputation.