Anybody know where to buy an old fashioned squeeze bulb douche syringe?
Beth Tyler sells them online.
In various sizes too, from standard to giant sized.
I purchased a new black douche bulb off Ebay. It was reasonably priced (about $12 I think.) With shipping it cost about $17. It took a while to get here, but I'm happy with it. It would be nice to find a red one with a black nozzle, a shield and red cap like my mom had back in the 1950s. (We had a red Reliance combo syringe for enemas and the red infant bulb syringe too.)
Anybody know where to buy an old fashioned squeeze bulb douche/ enema syringe?
I've purchased from "shop in private" also called something like privco. Do a search for enema supplies. They have a lot of bulbs including douche nozzles.
Why not just buy a 5-inch long ENEMA nozzle? Some are flexible, or made of softer materials.
Amazon sells enema equiptment and nozzles under health and personals or Shop in Private too.
The softer enema tips are better like @LisaK K said. The one from Europe is 5 inches or so long and has an opening on the end that screws off for easier cleaning. It will go further into the colon than a douche longer douche nozzle if attached to a colon tube, which is flexible. Good lube is important also.
E-Bay seems to have a large selection of bulbs. I think I remember a few nozzles as well. And don't forget antique stores. I'm always on the lookout for enema equipment, and my favorite enema/douche nozzle was found at an antique store.
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I'm looking to add a nice enema/douche bulb to my collection - and looking for the best combination of bulb, nozzles, and accessories.
Please share information/links to bulbs you have used and would recommend.
I recently found a travel douche, which can be used if one is away from home and the toilet is ….not very clean, It is mechanical, and pumps a small 140cc of water , cleaning where you don't want to touch , wind up, no batteries smaller than a can of coke, and comes in a small carry bag, great device.
I use cheap, disposable enemas that can be re-used.
I have a Faultless 8 oz bulb. I've had it for about 4 yrs and use it weekly. It's great for travel and provides a great clean out for your butt plug. Less than $10.00 on amazon.
I find the Faultless 8 oz. bulb to be less than ideal. My main objection is that the injection pipe pulls out of the bulb too easily. I've had the pipe stay in my butt when I withdrew. One time I lost the pipe that way because I didn't realize it had been left behind, so it went into the toilet when I expelled. Flush and it was gone.
I can't tell you what's best, but I would advise against the Faultless bulb, it is not fault-less.
I have the red rubber 750 ml bulb from Klystra. It's great for a quick, medium-volume enema. No fancy ridges or convolutions for the tip, but it's a quick in-and-out!
Nothing currently manufactured comes close to the black hard rubber douche syringes from the 40's and 50's. These are the ones with the smooth round tube about 3/4" in diameter. Keep watching eBay, I found two there. One the bulb was soft, supple and in good condition. The other the bulb was hard as a rock, probably stored in a hot attic. I was able to find a bulb that fit, but the red Rexall is our favorite, even had a mint condition box. Good luck!
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I am searching for a large douche bulb with a capacity of a liter /1qt. And large ,long nozzle/s.Can any members help? What about vetinary supply item? Other members that like douche bulbs, tell me what you use ,and where to obtain one.
Klystra used to have an all-rubber 750ml bulb with a long, thin tip. They may have others...
The 750 ml big bulbs POSITIVELY SUCK.
DON'T BUY IT.
It is extremely difficult to squeeze by yourself. You need two hands. It is a very hard rubber.
I'd also be concerned about sanitation after repeated use and storage,
Somewhere I heard that farm supply stores have a large bulb type device to feed calves and it can be used for an anal douche. Anybody know anything about this rumor?
The largest bulb syringe that I can recommend would be the widely availale 10 ounce douche, so called feminine, syringe. I second Switchable Suzie's advice. For larger volumes, try a JBL or combination syringe. The closed top with a nozzle from a feminine bulb might give you the results for which you are looking.
Short of finding one of the old 16 oz bulbs on E-bay, the best I have found is the 10 oz blue and white douche bulbs sold at CVS ect. The nozzle is nice and large with a good curve to it, and it is easy to give it a good squeeze by yourself to almost empty it.
On EPay one can find both authentic mid century bulbs & new in box older items appear from time to time
www.medicaltoys.com is another source
Love Honey suppliers also
The Peri branded items looks reasonable also, which is listed on Amazon
If you aren't going to use a bag, then I would suggest a TinyKit. I have had one for several years and they're great for douching but don't decide to try it for an enema.
There are plenty on eBay and Amazon. Many are quite similar to the iconic Faultless Charme:
The main difference is the current ones have a firmer, and somewhat smaller, ‘shield’.
IMO, the Tiny Kit is a piece of junk. Not a bad idea, but poorly executed. It leaks badly.
Sean in #26 in the 1960s and 70s my wife douched. That was the only thing we used her bulb for. But looking at them I agree how right you are, the spray shield has shrunk. Perhaps because now they are enema devices. I did like the results and even watching her use it.
The larger, softer shields on bulb douches were petty much only made and sold by Faultless (and Sears, who sold Faultless stuff, re-branded).
Most every other bulb douche in the 1960s and 1970s had the less contoured, bell shaped, shield. I always thought the bigger, softer shields must have felt great, but I don't have the plumbing to know for sure.
Sean, ours was probably a Sears. We shopped there all the time in those years.
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