We offer the Cyclone, Arrow, TKW Spoon, Surge, Whiz and Cobra STPs. They are made from latex-free receptacles and tubing. We choose not to use Latex or Silicone tubing as we have had the experience of both of those types collapsing due to the soft material. They can withstand the pressure of the surrounding silicone. So they start out fine, and with time, all the latex and slicone tubing will collapse or kink and you can no longer use the STP. Check the type of tubing any store is using in their STP's for this reason.
All of our STPs are contained within a soft pack packer. We use Mr. Limpy, PackerGear packers, Masho and PackIT's, both Vanilla/Caramel coloring and in multiple sizes. Please read the information below before ordering.
The sizes listed in the drop-down boxes are the length of the packer only. The receptacle chosen will add an additional 1-3 inches to the overall length. Please take this into consideration when ordering so that the STP will not be too large for your body.
The only receptacle that sits inside the packer is the Surge and the Whiz. For the Cyclone, Arrow, Cobra and Spoon, the receptacle sits on extended tubing approximately 1/2 to 1 inch from the back of the packer. It does not sit inside the packer.
The receptacle and tubing are not glued into the packer, so some adjustment is possible, however, you will need to be very careful. The soft packs are fragile and easily damaged. Do not pull on the receptacle end because you can damage the receptacle or the tubing connection. If you feel the need to adjust your STP, please read the help sheet we send with each order or contact us for assistance.
All of our STP's are now being made with the tubing slightly longer so that you may adjust the STP receptacle to your liking and fit.. Do NOT pull the tubing at the receptacle end. You will rip the packer apart. The packer may be gently adjusted along the tube on the shaft end, and the excess cut off with a pair of scissors. If you have any questions on this, please contact us.
If you take your STP apart, it will be extremely difficult to get the tubing back through the packer. Don't bend or curl the tubing, tie a string around it, poke it with a screwdriver, or any of the hundred other things people are doing to try and get the tubing back through the packer. Don't expect us to replace the STP when you damage it by taking it apart or adjusting it. This is your responsibility.
How do I clean my STP? First of all, do not take your STP apart. This is not necessary for cleaning and can actually destroy the connections between the receptacle and tubing. To clean, hand-wash your STP in mild soap and water. Do not place it in boiling water or in the dishwasher. The cyberskin soft packs will melt at high temperatures. Urine is sterile, so you just need to wash out any excess and clean any bacteria from the packer. After cleaning, pat dry and let air dry, and dust it, before using again.