1 - 14 Various questions
15 - 22 Erections and Sex
23 - 30 Appearance
31 - 33 Materials
1) Why are there so few online reviews?
Judging from the number of requests for samples in return for reviews, I think there are relatively few online reviews because I don't advertise (see no hype policy).
For the first several years I
collected comments from e-mails and placed them on the testimonials page.
do that anymore, I prefer such comments to be independent of me and
2) How long is the expected life of the prosthesis?
The prostheses skins are made of very soft silicone. This makes them comfortable and realistic to the feel, but it does rub down over time. Eventually you will see signs of wear and tear, and later you are likely to notice holes in the skin.
For the Phase4, the internal parts -although greatly improve in terms of durability and ease of function over the years – are also made primarily of silicone. They will break down over time.
A very rough lifetime estimate is one year. That is a rough estimate only and not to be taken as a guarantee. At the same time, many wear their prostheses for several years, and even earlier versions of the inside parts are still functioning after years of use. Please only order a prosthesis if you are ready for either scenario. Remember, the guarantee time is 3 months see Terms and Conditions.
3) If I pay more can I get it sooner?
No, I complete the orders as they come.
4)Can I have a discount?
The prosthesis are as inexpensive as they can be. There are no discounts.
5) What is the returns policy?
Due to the nature of the product, I do not accept returns.
6) What is the repair policy?
7) Do you have ‚on the body photos’ ?
No, I don’t publish photos or
videos of the prosthesis on a body.
It is too easy to make such photos look really bad or really good. Of course I would rather make them look good – so - „on the body“ photo would make for unrealistic expectations. Please see no hype policy
8) How do I place the prosthesis correctly?
As many have researched... labia would have been the scrotum, and the clitoris would have been the penis. Please be aware that most penises shown online are larger – or much larger - than average-sized. If you would like to see a variety of realistic views of naturally grown penises, while getting a good look at where they are on the body, I suggest visiting this site www.erectionphotos.com
9) How do I use the toilet when the prosthesis is
the scrotum (balls), and do as usual.
10) Can I buy the JetP STP device on it's own?
Currently I am not selling it on its own. I had been sending them as samples with each prosthesis.
If you order a prosthesis and want to try the JetP, or an alternative STP device I am working on, please let me know.
11) Can you go swimming with it on? Will salt water / chlorine affect it?
There is a
simple ‚swim valve’ to stop water from entering the Phase4 pump and internal
Most of the
time (most design stages), the prosthesis skin is air/water tight.
Occasionally, I haven’t managed to make it completely watertight. If water gets
under the ‘skin’ of the prosthesis, that will not damage the prosthesis nor
have an effect on how it functions. (You will want to press the water out of the
prosthesis before you put on your clothes to avoid any leaking.)
Also, if the
prosthesis develops a hole it is no longer watertight.
adhesive: Water (also Salt water) has no adverse effect. Soapy water
softens the adhesive.
I have not found any effect of chlorine, but still assume that strongly chlorinated water must effect the prostheses somewhat over time.
12) How long can you realistically and practically
They are made to be worn all the time: 24/7
13) Can I wear the prosthesis if I have had metidioplasty?
Current designed are for people who have not undergone any bottom surgery.
You might find that your penis rubs uncomfortably against the knob and other parts on the back of the prosthesis.
The prostheses have balls and a scrotum.
reports a problem, I address it in the handbook (updated regularly) and/ or
work to alter the design.
I change the
design often, so troubleshooting is often specific to each individual
e-mail me if you need help with your prosthesis.
15) How does the erection process work?
You squeeze the right ball to pump air into the shaft.
16) How long does it take to form an erection?
About 15 pumps. This should take about 10 seconds. Pumping the Phase4 is a simple and physically easy process.
17) How does it go from erect to flaccid?
the air by pressing a release valve. It takes a few seconds.
It's easy to
do, but you must first learn how.
When you first receive your prosthesis, you practice the release valve before pumping to erection. Instructions will be in your handbook when you receive your prosthesis.
18) How does the "integrated knob for your physical sexual feeling" stimulate?
stimulation is pressure and rubbing on the small penis (or clitoris).
reacts differently to stimulus; there is no guarantee as to how the knob will
feel for you.
Also, this is a spot where I change the design often (I don’t mean specific changes to the knob, I mean the general area and the knob is altered to fit the rest of the design). The one consistency is that there is some sort of firmer part which pushes out at erection.
19) How does it feel for my partner?
Feedback received from and about partners has always been very positive.
20) Will the prosthesis stay attached for sex regardless of position?
No, there are always issues with attachment. See attachment methods
With the band only, the prosthesis sits very well for daily wear and activity, but for sex you will likely need to do something like: lower your underwear but keep them on. Place the waistband of your underwear between your scrotum and penis – this keeps the prosthesis firmly enough in place against your body.
The band + methods make the prosthesis stay in place with the band, but you might find this pulls/tugs too much on the hairs to rely on it all the time.
Adhesive works differently with all
people – for some very well, others not reliable enough.
If you choose to wear a harness, be
aware that the silicone of your prosthesis is soft, and if you want your
prosthesis to last, you shouldn’t wear anything that could damage the
prosthesis.The prostheses are not made to be worn with a harness.
21) Is the erection firm enough for anal sex?
It’s as firm as any healthy erection, and is therefore firm enough for any form of penetrative sex.
22) Will sexual partners notice it’s a prosthesis?
Yes. Anyone who you are intimate with will know that it’s a prosthesis. It is made of silicone, it is not permanently attached to the body, and the erections are not spontaneous.
23) Do you make custom sizes?
are as shown on this website.
24) When flaccid, does the penis hang down over the balls in a natural fashion?
As of Summer 2020, I can say yes to this question.
25) Do the prostheses lose shape over time?
26) Will the colour fade over time?
The colour will change slightly over time due to skin oils but will continue to look natural. See Pigments
27) Can you see the attachment areas?
Yes. The attachment areas are mostly hidden under the prosthesis. In most lighting you can see where the prosthesis begins (pubic hair helps hide this).
28) Do you make hairpieces?
No, and I'm not planning to as they are really hard to keep clean and attached without damaging the prosthesis - that only works with much harder silicone.
29) Will I be comfortable in a locker room/ public shower/ sauna (naked)?
That is very unlikely. While the prostheses look realistic at a glance, they are not realistic enough to go unnoticed.
Situations where you are naked for a short amount of time and not under scrutiny should be no problem at all (ex. changing into swim-shorts), but please use your discretion.
Also, there is the attachment (adhesive which may soften or the elastic band which can be seen.)
30) Does it look circumcised or uncircumcised?
Circumcised. Uncircumcised options are planned for later, when I can make the skin thin enough while strong enough.
31) Are they made from “Cyberskin”?
No - they are made from very soft, 100% toxin free professional prosthetic-making platinum silicones. “Cyberskin” or similar is made with chemical additives which I do not trust touching skin for any length of time.
32) Is there anything toxic or anything that could cause allergies in the prostheses?
keep it clean though. Specifically, if you use adhesive to attach the prosthesis, be
sure to remove the glue build up on the plate every once in awhile (that is a
place where bacteria and fungus can grow).
33) Is there any substance, material or object that could harm me or my partner(s)?
The prosthesis is designed with much thought to safety and comfort.
Of course it is important and your responsibility to keep it clean and practice safer sex.