DTR bell used as a Tugger
The DTR bell can be used as a tugging unit by removing the push plate and installing the tugging rod shown here.
Placing the bell of the DTR to my glans.
Rolling shaft skin onto the bell.
Rolling the gripper onto the skin.
The DTR main bell is used along with the Tug pin to attach an elastic strap to creat tension.
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"Tugging" This method is how I started so it should be good for beginners. It does require an elastic strap for tension but its also one of the easiest methods to use.
New 2017 tug pin replaces older tug/rod that required the steel hold screw to lock in place.
The tension hold screw is not needed with new 2017 tug pin
Now its been brought to my attention that a possible pinch problem could happen inside the DTR bell and the Tug pin head.
This could happen when no tension is being used and the tug pin slides back a bit then forward when tension is applied I am told.
The tip of the glans could possible be pinched by the tug pin head depending on the persons penis anatomy. Since this has been reported to me twice from two different people I felt it necessary to address this possible issue.
To fix this issue if it ever happens the tension hold screw can be used to secure the tug pin from moving after it is installed or the head can be cut off and the tension hold screw will keep the pin in place like the old Tug/rod from 2003-20016. I found this to be better but that's my two cents.
Another option some men will use for tugging is using a small push rod such as the 3 inch rod shown here. The push plate can stay in place also by doing it this way. It would be also possible to use dual tension and the tugging method at the same time.
Ready to be used for tugging.
A quick snip of any cutter will chop the head of the pin clean off. This will allow more room inside the DTR bell for the glans when tugging.
This methods was great to fall back on for days when I wanted to give my glans a rest from using other methods.
Although tugging has been for a very long time it is still a good way to restore because of its simplicity.
Caution! Restoring too aggressively can lead to injuries such as skin tears and bruising or possible other damaging injuries that may be more serious. Always use your own judgment on how you choose to restore. Pain is not part of restoring. The information on this web site is to show how I personally choose to restore and is not intended as instructions or medical advice on how everyone should restore. What you choose to do with this information you do at your own risk.