TAT Self Stretching Plugs/Spacers

Discussion in 'Vaginarium' started by landonhodges, Jul 7, 2004.

  1. landonhodges

    landonhodges Guest

    hey guys... anyone heard of these? they are silicone spacers that go in ur ear and help stretch ur ear slowly but painlessly. Ive heard some impressive results and decided to give them a try. They are kind of expensive for the larger gauges, but I want my ears back up gauged. I used to have them at 1/2 inch and i did that the old fashioned way, tapering pin every couple of weeks. but I had to take them out to get a job and they shrunk a lot. so I bought these and ive got a pair of 00g in right now and they are doing the job. Ive got 3/4ths to put inch after these are all stretched out.

    So yea... pain wise... no pain at all really, just pressure. I can feel my lobes constantly, but there's no uncomfortability.
    Irritation... not really any, unless ppl wanna play with 'em and squeeze 'em.

    anyway... Im gonna give these a week or so and see how they do and then slide the 3/4ths in and see if we can't get some real stretching going on. :bigthumb:
     
  2. Nickos

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    yea i hear they work out great

    kaos softwear makes/invented them

    http://kaossoftwear.com/



    owned in operatedd by Steve Haworth
     
  3. landonhodges

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    well... I wanted to update... I just put some 5/8ths spacers in. They are squished down but... i got them in the 00g hole with a little effort and minor blood. :bigthumb: let's see how a big stretch goes.
     
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    if you read the faq, these plugs really arent meant for stretching
     
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    there is a huge thread about them on bodyartforms.com (which also sells them) some people have done ok with stretching them and others have had a lot of problems. the are not meant for stretching. i'm ordering some but just to wear with the size i already have now.
     
  6. landonhodges

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    well... thats what they are doing my ears, stretching... and doing a damn good job of it too.
     
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    i'm not saying that it won't work. i'm just stating what other people said.
     
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    gratz to u.
     
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    i just ordered some 1/2" clear ones. i can't wait to get them in!
     
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    see, you advertised them as 'stretching spacers', thats not what they're made for and i just wanted to make sure people arent thinking that.
     
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    hmm.. talking with steve haworth, the original idea of the plugs were to just be loght soft jewelry.. it was found that they can help with stretching and thats mainly why they are bought now and on the website it says they can be used for that
     
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    there was a huge discussion on bodyartforms.com's forum about these. they are not recommended for stretching. people have abused them and skipped multi sizes and have had blowouts and tears. some people can't even wear them b/c their ears are too sensitive to silicone. here's some helpful links on the subject:

    http://www.bodyartforms.com/forumsV9/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=140&SearchTerms=silicone

    http://www.bodyartforms.com/forumsV9/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=549&SearchTerms=silicone

    http://www.bodyartforms.com/forumsV9/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=521

    http://www.bodyartforms.com/forumsV9/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=188
     

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