Press Release Explains Pros and Cons of Penis Extender Devices

NEW YORK, Aug. 19, 2011 /PRNewswire/ — For men, choosing the right penis extender to stimulate the growth of their penis can be confusing. With so many penis extenders

on the market and very few resources highlighting the pros and cons of each system, consumers are as confused as ever as to which one will produce the best results. Quick Extender Pro has released a new article highlighting the main differences between the numerous penis extender systems available.

The article focuses on the three existing types of penis extender systems available and the pros and cons of each one, including the advantages of the DSS (Double strap support) system on the Quick Extender Pro penis enlargement system.

“It’s important for the customer to make a knowledgeable choice when choosing a penis extender. The more comfortable the system is, the more likely he will be able to wear it long enough that he will gain the size that he wants,” said Paul Williams, Head of R&D at Quick Extender Pro inc. “For years we have been striving to manufacture the best penis extender on the market and we believe that with the DSS system, we have finally reached our goal.”

The Quick Extender Pro penis extender has gone through several changes throughout the years, each time focusing on increasing comfort levels. The most recent feature is the DSS system, which has proved to have the biggest impact on comfort levels. According to years of research, there is a direct link between the comfort of the device and the end results of the penis enlargement procedure.

If you would like to join the thousands of satisfied men using the Quick Extender Pro worldwide, or if you’d just like more information on the Quick Extender Pro product line, call toll free 1-888-800-6987 in the United States & Canada, 808-101-3447 in the United Kingdom or 02-9037-2996 in Australia & New Zealand or visit the website



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