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Re: My experiences - (begin 6/22/16)
« Reply #30 on: January 01, 2019, 05:06:49 PM »
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« Reply #31 on: January 01, 2019, 05:18:07 PM »
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(begin 6/22/16) Jan, 2020 = 3.5 years
« Reply #32 on: January 28, 2020, 11:42:32 PM »
I have been deliquent about posting here.
I am still noogling but not nearly as regularly as would be expected. I definitely have irreversible moobs now. If I pump daily, I can sport an honest B cup but if I slack off they reduce to a cute blossoming A cup but certainly not what I'd like permanently.

https://www.banggood.com/DC-12V-12Lmin-Vacuum-Pump-Negative-Pressure-Suction-Bracket-with-Power-Supply-p-1254692.html?rmmds=myorder&cur_warehouse=CN

For those that want to UP their game a bit, for $33 this vacuum pump kit will mechanize your activities and reduce some of the frustrations of the hand pump.  It is not large but will definitely pull the vacuum needed. With this new gadget to streamline my efforts, I hope to feel compelled to pump more frequently.
I had ordered this weeks ago and have eagerly awaited delivery. It just arrived today and I am all ready very pleased with the product. I find myself prompted to come here and share a tip with the community.

 NOTE: hooked up right out of the package, it's really noisy. Some rubber feet from home depot beneath the corners and four screws fastening it a scrap of wood will quiet it by 50%. It's never going to be silent but sitting loose on a piece of furniture it makes a heavy buzz.
Also there is no switch. You plug the connectors together and it comes on; pull them apart and it shuts off. A person that modestly handy could work a switch into the mix with little effort.
If you go look at the link you will see this a basic assembly. Some mechanical skill would be usefull but it's pretty self explanatory for someone with two thumbs to take out of the box and start noogling: no tools are required to use it.

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Re: My experiences - (begin 6/22/16)
« Reply #33 on: February 02, 2020, 05:55:16 PM »
Hi Dina
Its good to hear of your adventures with the electric vacuum pump.  I used one just like you have and went through the noise damping process.   Until recently that seemed to be the only format of pump that you could get to fit in this type of project.  Through careful sifting I've found that this one you can get on Amazon is a quieter version with plenty of power https://www.amazon.com/Pressure-Diaphragm-Electric-Compressor-Noiseless/dp/B07HSZZQD8  In fact thats the one which is, relatively quietly, enlarging my breasts as I type this.  If you add a few extra components to your project you can literally sit back and let it work on you with a constant comfortable vacuum.   The main component is a pressure sensor/transducer which can supply a control voltage to a microprocessor or transistor logic controller.   You should be able to look up the component from the ref on the diagram.   Keep posting how you get on and I'll gladly supply more info.
x Ari