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Inflatable Double Bulb Silicone Retention Nozzle
Inflatable Double Bulb Enema Nozzle

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The inflatable double bulb enema nozzle system features premium silicone parts. The nozzle is inserted along with the first balloon. Both balloons are then inflated, creating an internal feeling of fullness and an external seal. Once the seal is created, liquid is filled inside of the rectum via an enema bag system. The premium silicone is very soft yet flexible, for comfortable and safe use. Each bulb has an integrated release valve for quick deflation and easy removal.

Directions: Squeeze the bulb to inflate the large balloon no more than five times, and no more than twice for the small balloon.

SIZE: 17.5 inches in total length; large bulb: 5 inches in length, 3 inches maximum diameter inflated; small bulb: 1.75 inches in length, 2 inches maximum diameter inflated

MATERIALS: silicone, rubber, ABS plastic

Includes 5/16" connector

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Average Rating: 5 of 5 Total Reviews: 1

  0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
Great for retention enemas August 19, 2017
Reviewer: Anonymous Customer from NC, United States  
My first double balloon retention nozzle.  First, make sure you know which bulb controls which balloon.  I use a small piece of duct tape to mark the internal balloon control.  Second, know how many pumps of the squeeze bulb it takes to inflate each balloon.  Do this before you start using this nozzle.  Keep in mind that there will be a difference between just letting the balloon deflate through the valve and actually squeezing the balloon "flat" and fully deflated.  Make sure you inflate to the point that the fluted surfaces are fully extended.  Third, do not overinflate.  Larger is not necessarily better.  Fourth, lubricate.  It makes for easier insertion.

I have found what works best is to fully insert both balloons on the nozzle while deflated.  Then, slowly inflate the inner balloon and it will back the outer balloon at least part way out.  Inflating the outer balloon will seal everything up for the enema solution.  I've had great success with retention using this nozzle.

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