DTR restoring device
I took on my foreskin restoration project just like any other restoration project and for that I needed tools. The DTR restoring device is made to last.
Hand turned on a lathe and made in the USA
Used worldwide since 2005.
Made from durable non toxic Nylon
The DTR (Dual Tension Restorer) is a bi-directional restoring device made from machined nylon that can be used for multiple methods of restoring.
The DTR can convert into a tugger in seconds by swapping out a few parts.
Having more ways to use my DTR kept my progress moving forwards.
Dual tension and Tugging were my core methods with Weight and Direct Air as secondary methods to break up my routines as I became more advanced with restoring. I feel a mix of methods and devices is the best way when your having slow progress.
Anatomy of the DTR
DTR: Dual tension mode
Tension hold screw
Elastic hold screw
In Dual tension mode the device works by creating a push/pull tension on the skin. As the push plate pushes into the glans the bell pulls the skin forward. This creates tension on both inner and outer skin at the same time.
DTR Tugging mode
Optional tug strap or make one yourself
I could switch to Tugging by taking the push rod and push plate off and adding the tug pin.
It was very convenient to use multiple methods with the same device.
The surface of the DTR has micro lines from the tooling process. This enhances grip.
The wider collar keeps the gripper from lifting off, even without tension.
The bell design was able to grip better then any other shape I tried while designing the device.
The size of the DTR bell is approximately 34.30 mm + – .15 wide at the base. This size has proven to be a “one size fits most” with exceptions for those with very large or small glans when flaccid.
From the data I have gathered since 2005 I have found that the average DTR users glans measure between 30 mm to 40 mm when flaccid. I am aware that there are men under and over this range that still use my devices.
If you have concerns about sizing please contact me before you place an order. ( My glans are approx 37 mm wide when flaccid )
The gripper is made from medical grade silicone and is long lasting and can be used for the Retainer as well as the DTR or Tug Bell.
Holes or no holes
When the skin is rolled onto the bell and the gripper rolled onto the skin, the skin becomes held in-place by both the bell and the gripper.
When tension is applied the skin tries to slide off the bell. As this happens the gripper gets tighter as it clings to the skins surface and tries to move with the skin off the bell. The more tension the more grip. Much like a “Chinese finger trap” the more you pull the tighter the grip.
When I make DTRs for others I make each part as if I was making it for myself. I know where this device goes and the last thing any man wants is a piece of junk hanging off his junk.
The DTR’s bell is hollowed to accommodate the push plate or top of the glans when used as a tugger.
The push plate is also concave to help it stay put as it sits against the top of the glans when in use.
The original push plates come in two styles
Standard for those without a frenulum and Notched for those with a frenulum.
Push plate pads can be used to add a layer of comfort to any existing standard or notched push plate without sacrificing durability.
The conform plate is another option for advanced DTR users… not a necessity but it can change the feel of the device by distributing the pressure differently on the glans.
This plate is not meant to fully engulf the glans.
All notches are contoured. I found that a small groove just isn’t good enough when making a notch.
Making a notch this way takes awhile but its worth the effort.
Its a two-step process. First step is to shape the notch using a special grinding wheel next a small rotary tool is used to finish the notch.
As you can see a conform plate greatly increase the length of the device. So more skin is needed to use this style push plate.
Foreskin index of CI-4+
Push rods attach to a push plate by screwing on like a nut and bolt.
3 inch to 7 inch rods are available with 6 inch being the most common used
There are 2 holes at the top so elastic bands can be used for tension when using elastic tension method.
There are many knock-off DTRs being made today. The only place you can order an original hand made machined DTR is from this website.
I have made restoring equipment for men all over the world since 2005. Check out the Testimonials page or on any restoring forum online to read what other restorers think about the DTR and my service.
The DTR bell pack is a bare bones option for anyone looking to start out that doesn’t want to spend to much $$$ at when starting out.
More parts can be added later to explore other restoring methods down the road.
Dual tension was a phrase I came up with instead of saying bi-directional. I just never liked saying Bi-directional. It just sounded weird to me. The first person I ever sold a DTR to helped me with the phase as a joke. Funny how things get started.
When you see phrases like “the fastest“, ” best” or “most comfortable way to restore” remember there is NO device that can honestly make this claim. There are too many variables from one person to the next and through my experience you need more than one method to restore with especially when you start dealing with progress plateaus. Anyone restoring long enough knows this.
There are many devices on the market today with most being repackaged concepts that have been used by myself and many others for years. I think its great that there are more options available for guys today then there was when I started. Having multiple devices/methods/routines just gives you more tools to get your restoration project done.
Research before you buy anything from anyone. A few questions you might want to ask yourself.
1) Is this person even restored ?
2) Does this person show any personal results from the product they’re trying to sell you ?
3) Does this person have a cool mustache ? *
* That last question is optional since Ive only had mine since 2019
Nylon 6/6 natural resin meets FDA 177.1500, NSF, USDA, and DAIRY 3A requirements to safely produce articles intended for use in processing, handling, and packaging food.