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Mar. 29, 2015

I just purchased an OptiMale Power Pump. How often should the pump be used and what pressure should be utilized to achieve max. effectiveness of the pump?

 

The pump helps blood flow into the soft tissue causing an erection... and just like everything else too much pumping isn't good. Read what the Mayo Clinic has to say. I think pump a little and see how that goes. Then you can pump a little more, and so on.

Mar. 28, 2015

Are there any plans to come out with a Mood thrill in Pink? :)

 

WOW... no, not at this time. But I'm going to pass the idea on to our Product Design Team.

Mar. 28, 2015

How long can I safely leave my penis in pump

 

The pump helps blood flow into the soft tissue causing an erection... and just like everything else too much pumping isn't good. Read what the Mayo Clinic has to say. I think pump a little and see how that goes. Then you can pump a little more, and so on.