Wednesday, July 6, 2005

Inventor Stands Firm Behind Erection Enhancement Device

FT. LAUDERDALE, Fla. (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – The age of spam is making things hard for the inventor of an erection enhancement device.

Al Dana is the man behind the “KegelMale Trainer,” and fears his device is “already stigmatized” by every spam mail and rip-off product on the market that claims to improve sexual performance.

The sling-like device is based on Kegel exercises and is slipped over an erect penis. Men attach weights at the end and flex their manhood like they would to stop the flow of urine.

The 55-year-old claims it also cured his incontinence issues but admits, today’s market is glutted with other penis pumping devices.

But Dana hopes men recognize his device – like Soloflex for the penis – is different and stands firm behind his $40 device.

Not only does he say it helped his sex life but he claims he’s getting rave reviews from his wife, former Playboy centerfold model Liz Glazowski.

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