t2 Phase4

soft, subtle, realistic prosthesis with erection function

Even more important than the looks, is feel. For comfort, both physical and psychological.

Most of the time, the penis is going to be soft and in your underwear. Less dramatic, but probably even more important than the erection function, is the flaccid state:  attached to the body, realistic enough looking to feel good about, truly comfortable and subtle.

t2 prostheses are made to be worn, to feel like part of your body, to be erect when wanted and mainly, to be forgotten.



Features in more detail


The t2 Phase4 prosthesis is erect when you want -no extra pieces or tools – no visible valves or contraptions. Just pump the right ball until the penis shaft reaches full length and hardness:  about 15 pumps / 10 seconds.

To release the erection you gently squeeze the release valve in the shaft. (The erection can't be pumped or released by accident.)

At the base of the erection there’s a firmer bump that pushes against your small penis/clitoris to increase physical sexual feeling for you. When the penis is flaccid the firm part tucks out of the away. 

the erection

The erection itself feels so good because of how it is designed: the shaft swells longer and thicker. The skin of the penis stretches out taunt and thin over the very firm core. Veins become visible pushing against the semi translucent skin. The veins remain soft – as veins do. The glands (head) enlarges and firms up, while remaining softer than the erect penis shaft. The corpus spongiosum surfaces along the underside of the penis forming that thick underline slightly less firm than the rest of the penis. The penis shaft alters in colour at erection.


Maybe most important all round for looks, feeling and comfort, is the internal lubrication. The entire prosthesis is lubricated to allow subtle movement of individual parts within the skin. The testicles shift position with touch. The flaccid penis squishes and bends however you press it, and you can easily slide skin over the head of the penis. When erect, a gentle stroke will glide the skin along the firm core of the erection.


daily wear

Except to refresh your attachment method every once in awhile, there is never any reason to remove a t2 prosthesis. You keep it clean with soap and water when you shower. There are no specific restrictions:  the penis can be bent, squished, stretched, and worn in any direction or angle. There’s no need to powder, and no materials can leak out. Because they are worn, mostly in clothing – and not a sculpture…colour and form detailing is in the prosthesis, not added on. This means that details will not rub, peel, or flake off.



Weight:                         170 g            

Length flaccid:              10 cm           

Length erect:                16 cm         

Girth flaccid:                 10 cm          

Girth erect:                   11.5 cm         

*The dimensions are approximate.

A note on materials

All materials I use are 100% non-toxic safe non-allergenic made for medical prostheses. Such materials are normally made to create facial prosthesis or fingers; parts that are relatively firm, and have more or less skilled detailing added to the surface and covered with a slightly firmer seal. Because of the particulars of a penis and scrotum prosthesis, the usual materials and methods are obviously lacking. A lot of my time and funds in the past 20 years has gone into testing and experimenting to come up with new ways to combine and blend silicones, and invent my own methods and mixes for exact softness stiffness stretch and texture needed for each millimeter of the prosthesis.


t2 is still a work in progress, but the prosthesis I make today are not comparable with what I made just a few years ago.



Instructions for use, attachment, care

This is a design project. That means that I am constantly updating/ altering the design. Each prosthesis I make is a bit different from the last. Specific tips and instructions for your individual prosthesis, as well as more general explanations on care and attachment of your prosthesis are in the “handbook” I’ll send you with your prosthesis.