So you’ve done your research and you’re pretty sure that a penile traction device is the best option for you. Well, you’re certainly not alone in that decision…due to the convincing results reported by many genuine clinical studies, penile traction has become a popular choice for those looking for a safe, effective and moderately effortless method of non-surgical penis enlargement.
What’s more, you’ve probably come across two devices in particular that seem to be mentioned more than all the others – ProExtender and SizeGenetics. These are the two brands that tend to get the ‘5 star ratings’ on all those penis enlargement review sites that you’ve no doubt come across. And of course, if you visit either the SizeGenetics or ProExtender websites, you’ll find that they both say that they’re the best on the market – medically developed, medically certified and guaranteed to work.
In fact, all the above statements are true – both companies offer devices that have gained medical certification for the purpose of non-surgical penis enlargement and both companies offer genuine guarantees. So how can you possibly choose between the two – maybe toss a coin and hope for the best?
Well…the choice becomes a lot easier when you know one simple fact – both companies sell the same device.
That’s right…the ProExtender Deluxe which costs $429 and the SizeGenetics device which costs $389 are in fact, one and the same…a device called the Jes Extender, which is manufactured by DanaMedic.
Now one thing’s for sure, the Jes Extender is generally considered to be the most reliable penis extender available – extremely well built, durable and capable of providing very accurate traction levels. It’s also one of only two devices to have gained the above mentioned medical certification specifically for the purpose of non-surgical penile enlargement, with clinical trials showing it to safely add about 30 percent length with six months use. So, you won’t be left disappointed whether you buy from SizeGenetics or ProExtender.
The good news however, is that there is a third option which enables you can bypass the middlemen and save a fair amount of money to boot. By buying the Jes Extender straight from the manufacturer DanaMedic, you’ll save at least $100 less in comparison to the prices quoted by the likes of ProExtender and SizeGenetics – which is a substantial saving by anyone’s standards.
And just to make clear – you’re getting exactly the same device from DanaMedic. The only things you won’t get if you buy direct from the manufacturer are the extras thrown in such as a bottle of penis pills and a penile exercise guide. But are these really worth over a $100 extra? In my view at least, they’re not. What counts here is the quality of the penis extender device you’re getting – after all, it’s the extender that’s been medically proved to work, not the extras.
So with this news is there any point buying from SizeGenetics or ProExtender?
Well…you could be swayed by the SizeGenetics package thanks to some of their after sales incentives. Firstly, they offer a very good guarantee – if your little fella refuses to budge from his current dimensions within 4 months – you’ll get your money back. ProExtender on the other hand require you to use the device for 6 months before they’ll consider giving you a refund, whilst DanaMedic expect you to tally up 1100 hours of use before a refund is forthcoming.
And as an extra incentive, SizeGenetics even offer to refund the cost of the device if you provide them with genuine ‘before and after’ photo testimonials. Yes, it does mean that pictures of your favourite organ will be plastered across the SizeGenetics website, but for a full refund it may be worth the degradation – you don’t have to show your face or share your name with the world at large after all.
But just remember, as far as the devices are concerned – you’ll be buying the Jes Extender whether you purchase from Pro Extender, Size Genetics or directly from the manufacturer, DanaMedic. As such, the things you should really compare are the different guarantees, packages and incentives offered by each company not the device per se.