Mantor Tugging Kit

(12 customer reviews)


       Mantor guide for using a tugging strap Mantor guide for using a tugging strap


The Mantor Tugging kit is the combination of the Tugging strap and the tugging ring adapter. Together they make the best option for tugging.

Some key features:

*The Tugging Strap is Made of a strong elastic rubber, durable through hundreds of hours of tugging.

*comes as a double layered strap to ensure a strong tugging resistance.

*Very simple to use.

*Adjustable length

* Discreet

* very comfortable

* No hard plastics

* The Ring adapter Can be attached directly to the Mantor’s body together with a tugging strap to use as a tugger.

*Can be attached to the Mantor’s Rod and be used both as a tugger and a bi directional device at the same time.

*Made of Stainless steel

Dimensions N/A
For device type (Bolt)

DS, Classic

12 reviews for Mantor Tugging Kit

  1. Daniel (verified owner)

    A good basic tugging strap. Be careful with how tight you make it, I usually make it to wear I think it’s tight enough and then loosen it just a touch. The ring makes removal from the device easy. I added an additional suspender clamp so that I could clip the device to my pocket in case the device falls off. I’ve yet to find a comfortable way to use this with over the shoulder tension as the strap is just a little too short. Good for around the knee tension, as intended.

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  2. Joao Silva (verified owner)

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  4. Benjamin (verified owner)

    Still figuring out how to use it effectively, but I’ve been able to connect it to the DS and get a good stretching sensation from it. It’s probably a little longer than i need but that could be because I haven’t fully figured it out yet. Seems like quality gear anyway

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  5. Olivier (verified owner)

    Works well, but i give 4 star cause i think for this price it could be modified to look less DYI but more custom made (professional) for restoration.

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  6. James J. (verified owner)

    So easy to use, and such a great way to get that stretch. The clip rings are ingenious! If I could, I’d wear this 24/7!

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For Beginners with Foreskin restoration who measure themselves at a CI 1 or CI 2 level

Normally 1 Rod of 8 Cm and another Rod of 10 Cm should be good to begin with.

If you are more than CI 2, please measure your foreskin’s stretchable length to find the correct Rod size for you. 


1. Place your index fingers on the glans. With the other hand grab the foreskin.

2. Slowly push the glans inside the penis. With the other hand pull the foreskin forward as far as possible.

3. Mark with the thumb the point where the foreskin reaches to.

4. Use a measurement tool to measure the distance.

Calculation of the correct rod size:

Now that you know your foreskin’s stretchable length, you should add 3 cm to the number you have measured.
For example, in the photo the number is 8 so a rod of 11 cm will be the one that fits.

Another example, If your stretching distance turned out to be 9.5 Cm, round it up to 10 Cm and add 3.
10+3=13 Cm.  The correct Rod size for you will be 13Cm

When ordering it is recommended to choose one rod according to the size obtained in the calculation and a second rod slightly longer (2-3 cm) to enjoy both the possibility of a good tug with a short rod and a longer one you can grow into.
You can add more rods to your order at the accessories part of the shop, and enjoy even more flexibility.

Guide for choosing a pusher


Guide for choosing the right pusher for you!


The Pusher pads are divided into two types: Notched and Round.

First step in choosing the pusher for you is to determine whether you need a notched pusher or a round pusher.

Notched is for restorers who are left with a remnant of the frenulum.

Round is for those without any frenulum left.


How can I tell if I have some frenulum left?

Normally there should be a thin line under the glans where the frenulum sits. If you can see a line, then you probably have some left, so you should choose the Notched pusher. If there’s no line, and you don’t feel this area is more sensitive to touch, you should probably go for the round pusher.


How to find the correct pusher to fit your glans?

Each type of pusher comes in 7 different sizes. 

You should first measure your glans, when flaccid, to decide which size fits you.

We have prepared a sizing guide for finding the fitting pusher for you. Simply click on the picture below and print the document.

***It is highly recommended to use the sizing guide to get the most accurate choice***

***Make sure that you’re printing on an A4 paper. On page sizing option, set it to custom scale at 100%***

  Click on the picture to print the document Glans sizing guide

Once you have printed the document, please follow these steps:


Step 1:Place a credit card or any other card of the same size on the drawing to make sure you have the correct scale.

Step 2: Fold the paper at the horizontal line.

Step 3: Cut the inner section of the circle.

Step 4: Slide your glans through the hole. The first size that your glans can easily slide through – is the one for you.  Don’t choose one that your glans can’t go through easily.


How to measure your glans’s width?

If you can’t print our sizing guide, you can choose the fitting pusher according to your glans’s width.

We recommend using a caliper as shown in the picture below:

If you don’t have a caliper, then you can make a DIY Caliper by following these instructions:


Step 1: You need a ruler and two paper stripes.

Step 2: Fold the paper a few times to make it thicker, and then fold it a few times around the ruler.

Step 3: Use a duct tape to attach one strip of paper to the ruler. Make sure the stripe is aligned with the ruler’s measurements units.

Step 4: Move the second stripe on the ruler until the two stripes of paper gently touch the glans.

***If you don’t want to mess around with measuring, and you prefer to do it simple and quick, you can lay a ruler directly on the glans as shown in the picture below. Please be aware that it’s not as precise as the other methods. Make sure to look carefully!***

How to match your measurement with the correct pusher?


Below you will find the width of each pusher size. Ideally, the pusher width should be equal or slightly larger than your glans’ widest part at the base.

For example: if your glans’ measurement is 32-33 mm, you should go for the C size pusher. If you are 33-34 mm, choose the D size pusher.

Whatever happens, don’t choose a pusher that is smaller than your glans. If there’s a doubt, go for the larger size!


Size A: 28 mm/1.1 Inches

Size B: 30.5 mm/1.2 Inches

Size C: 33 mm/1.3 Inches

Size D: 35.5 mm/1.4 Inches

Size E: 38 mm/1.5 Inches

Size F: 40.5 mm/1.6 Inches

Size G: 43 mm/1.7 Inches


I have received my pusher, how do I know if I made the right choice?


Here is a series of pictures to illustrate the difference between the pusher’s sizes.

These pictures will help you to determine whether the pusher you have chosen is indeed suitable for you.

The Pusher should be as close as possible to the width of your glans without being larger.

Is it really that important to do all these measurements?

Definitely yes. The Mantor’s unique pusher is designed to let you comfortably put pressure on your glans without causing any discomfort. A fitting pusher is critical for your success. Getting a pusher that is too small or too big greatly reduces your comfort, and thus will most likely prevent you from enjoying the full potential of the Mantor.

What is it made of?

The Mantor’s pusher pad is made from a skin safe, platinum soft silicone manufactured in the USA.


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