Double Balloon Nozzles
Do you own/use a double balloon nozzle?
Firegirl911 1 year ago
Own and use
Pritsche 4 years ago
Never, I never thought of it
stick0043 4 years ago
no I wish I had one.. working on getting one.. enjoy reading all this information .
Frank01 4 years ago
I did have and use a double balloon nozzle purchased from Klystra. It lasted about three years and the internal balloon failed. I didn't realize that there were glues that would repair it. I salvaged the two inflating bulbs. I purchased a single balloon from Silicon Nozzles: https://www.siliconenozzles.com/Single-Balloon-Enema-Retention-Nozzle-SNGLBLNNZL-1SM.htm. This nozzle is much easier to insert than the double because it has a long pre-balloon section that slides in nicely with lube. Like a well seated double balloon nozzle, this new style doesn't leak. This nozzle was less expensive than the Klystra model.
Amzass 5 years ago
Please contact me...on long island. email@example.com
Windjammer 5 years ago
Clearstream is pure junk! I ordered a single balloon nozzle from Siliconenozzle.com. They make top quality silicone products but they are more expensive. However, the best ever! They are working on a double balloon nozzle as well, not available yet.
I lie your post on what to wear for enemas. I need to try that combination of thigh high stockings, heels and bra. Sounds like a very erotic way to take a slow enema.
rickfixit 5 years ago
My klystra double balloon popped, I have had 3 or 4 Clearstream nozzles they keep getting leaks (too thin). I ordered the Silicone Solutions adhesive repair, thank you.
n/a 5 years ago
I love my double balloon nozzles. I actually have two of them. The last purchase was a silicone DB nozzle. I've retired my latex nozzle. I got a little paranoid for fear that the nozzle might cause me an allergy to it. I read where allergies like this can start after many uses. I'm already allergic to several other things and I thought "God, what would be the symptoms of allergies to ANAL" objects??? I decided I wasn't going to find out just for the hell of it! lol
moliere 5 years ago
With you there Rick. Rusch makes a smaller latex model you can get through Medtech3000
Rick6981 5 years ago
The 750/250cc sold today are to large. I need a 500/250cc or a 250/250cc which are no longer sold...:-(
gallonist 5 years ago
I only have triple balloon's. But I voted "Yes".
E-lover 5 years ago
I have received it a few weeks ago -- I will try it next week.
handEman 5 years ago
Not yet...waiting to see what the planned balloon nozzles from siliconenozzles.com looks like.
luvvinit 5 years ago
REPAIR A LEAKY NOZZLE. If you have a leaking silicone nozzle, like a Cleanstream, you can repair it. Silicone Solutions in Ohio has some fantastic adhesives, one of which is SS-67B. I have used it with great success to repair 5 silicone rubber nozzles over the past 5 years and AFAIK, none have failed yet. Silicone Solutions sells a 1-ounce tube of it, enough to fix at least 3 nozzles, through their website for about $12. See http://siliconesolutions.com/ss-67b.html The stuff is great. I have never tried it pm latex.
i suggest just buying the one ounce size because you need only a couple of grams of the compound, and its shelf life is about a year, so unless you're planning on fixing more than ten of them you'll never use it all.
Cal 6 years ago
I have a silicone bardex. Some of them have slow leaks, the seal of the balloon around the tube is a problem. I ended up extending the hose to the inflator ball and putting a tee fitting in the line. I then hooked a blood pressure gauge to the tee so I could monitor if the balloon is slowly deflating. I find the greatest risk of an enema disaster is when I get up from the table to head to the toilet. The getting up action makes it a challenge to hold the enema in and if the balloon has somewhat deflated there could be a mess. So the engineering approach of checking the gauge to see if it is fully inflated works well.
Wolf2007 6 years ago
I have a latex double balloon nozzle, but it still leaks after pumping up the balloons.
DrBronner 6 years ago
Have used double balloon type (made by a famous company) for many many years, the better quality type are expensive (£) in the U.K. but really last a long time.
Jakeer 6 years ago
Yes I own a double ballon silicone nozzel and if used properly will not leak..however upon withdrawl you better be ready...maybe like on the toilet...good if you have a partner to help with your enema...and you must buy the better more expensive product ...to prevent deteriation and leaks...they can be messy...
buffalo 6 years ago
Yes my Nurse owns 2 of them
Another Canadian Guy 6 years ago
I own the silicone one, but it's not perfect at holding in liquid perfectly (I still can leak a bit), and my last one ruptured. I'd like to get a latex one sometime.
dhowar 6 years ago
I haven't owned a double balloon nozzle but have a inflatable silicone nozzle. It spring a leak after a while but I was able to repair it with silicone seal bought in HD. I feel the outside balloon doesn't prevent leakage. But the inside one does it all
Donovan396 6 years ago
Want one, the discussion here has made it easier to decide which material. When a balloon fails, is it likely to be on pump-up, or during the process?
n/a 6 years ago
I currently have two... One I use quite frequently, and a spare that I haven't used yet. Both are the latex variety... my personal favorite. I have owned a couple of the silicone ones, but both failed after a rather short amount of time. I like the softer feel of the latex models.
n/a 6 years ago
I had one, but it died. But when I did use it, I became very aroused by the feel of it and the comfort of knowing nothing is going to seep out.
PolarBear 6 years ago
A double balloon nozzle has been my standard for at least three decades..the last 20+ years with silicone with large (750cc) inside balloon, and lates before that. While the latex is more comfortable to use, the silicone is much easier to insert and much more durable also. For all enema fans and especially for those of us who love large volume enemas, the double balloon nozzle is terrific. Add 12-15' of silicone tubing (life is too short to be tethered to a 6' enema hose), and you'll have flexibility to more around and when it's time to get rid of the enema you'll be able to walk to the bathroom....carrying the bag or rolling it on IV stand if you have/used one....then sit on the toilet before releasing the balloons. That process will eliminate and accidents when on the way to toilet. Knowing that I don't have to worry about getting to the toilet in time allows me to more fully relax, take a full gallon or more of hot and soapy and retain it for 15 minutes before heading to get rid of it. Don't dilly, dally or delay...get your double balloon nozzle today!!
SensualityShared 6 years ago
I look forward to purchasing a double balloon nozzle soon.
hospitalcare 6 years ago
I have a definite preference for very soapy, difficult to hold, enemas because that's the kind I grew up with when I was young. I like the assistance and the assurance of a double balloon nozzle to keep everything 'under control' when the urge to expel becomes quite strong but there's another quart (or two) of warm, soapy water still remaining in the bag to be taken. (There's a magical point of being filled completely to the brim with a large-volume enema that REALLY turns me on.) I've tried both the silicone and the older style latex balloon retention nozzles and much prefer the latex because it's more comfortable and 'conforming' to my rectum, providing a better seal against leaks but they don't seem to last more than a couple of years. The silicone type makes sense because it's a lot more durable - but not as pleasurable for me. Plus, I also have a amber gum latex bed pad, enema syringe and gum rubber hose so the inflatable latex balloon nozzle is a 'match' to the outfit...which makes me want the enema even more. Funny, huh?
Dr Strangelove 6 years ago
Yes love double balloon nozzles for large volume or wine retention
jpaul 6 years ago
Yes I do best invention for receiving enemas. I like feeling full back there as I am filled with the solution.
saxydom 6 years ago
While I no longer own one (long story), I have used them in the past and found them quite stimulating. The one that I used was silicone and I am looking to buy one now because I liked it so much. Try it, you'll like it.
pleese 6 years ago 1
I have a double balloon nozzle and have tried it twice. Something about the design of the one I bought does not work for me. It is very painful in a bad way. The inner balloon is about 2 inches which should not be a problem as I have a large plug that is about the same size.
Czorro 6 years ago
I got one, used it 4 times. 4th time I used it, it broke, so I find they are not worth the money. I won't ever buy another one.
n/a 6 years ago
If you want to luxuriate in all of the sensations of a large volume enema there's nothing like a double balloon experience. You can let yourself go without worrying about accidents. And when your anal sphincter is spasming during your orgasm, the sense of fullness is exquisite. I'd never be without my double balloon catheter.
modernsourdough 6 years ago
anyone looking for an alternative bardex nozzle option, i just got one on ebay from medware2000, quality appears to be good quality used it once so far, performed flawlessly. the ballons are about 2 inches inflated
klip 6 years ago
No, I do not need anything other than a smooth nozzle.
edna 7 years ago
Yes, I have two (different sizes).
g m 7 years ago
I love balloon nozzles, the bigger, the better *smile*
From time to time I even use a toy balloon as a kind of air enema ;-)
zioman 7 years ago
I've had a double bardex nozzle used on me a few times, because my friend who owned one, liked to use it, and have it used on him when I gave him enemas, but I didn't like it...for one good reason. Once both balloons were inflated I couldn't see his anus, to watch it contract and pulse as the enema filled him. I told him I didn't find it erotic enough, not being able to see his anus as I gave him his enema(s). I have a single bardex which has held up nicely over the years, though I haven't used it for quite a while, that's more than adequate to help hold in a large volume enema.
Chuck888 7 years ago
Today was my first time using my double balloon silicone nozzle. I think I'll be upgrading the inflator soon to a higher quality bulb with metal valves. Once inflated properly it does exactly as advertised. This nozzle allows me to fill faster with less concern of leaks or accidently expelling. I can take my time going to the toilet instead of keeping my bedside commode at the couch where I love taking my fill. Being able to walk through the house to a proper toilet with 3 or 4 quarts inside without panic is such a comfort.
watersparkslove 7 years ago
I have a double balloon nozzle and a single balloon nozzle. They are a necessity for me since I have a tendency to leak.
n/a 7 years ago
I occasionally used a double balloon nozzle if I want to more easily retain for an extended time. It also feels very erotic when blown up. Karen Jean
jimmyt44 7 years ago
No, too expensive. I use EZM single balloon nozzles, cause they are cheap and get the job done.
edna 7 years ago
I have a silicone double barred from Klystra, but I thought that company was over and out. They were a fine product. I've heard the other company selling them now miss the mark.
Frank01 7 years ago
I did have a Klystra silicone double balloon nozzle. It finally gave up the ghost. I saved the inflators and the house barb. The rest went to the transfer station. I wrote to silicon nozzles to ask if they had any plans. I was told that double balloon nozzles were under study. Only time will tell. They are also working on penis shaped enema nozzles.
justdan49 7 years ago
I have the 750ml silicone one
It is long and easy to insert when I squeeze air out of inner balloon
I love the feeling of every pump
I usually use it to hold my coffee enema
It is the oddest feeling when I release the inner balloon
BDRElover 7 years ago
I bought a Rüsch rubber/latex double balloon nozzle several years ago, use it regularly and love it! Its so great to inflate it, disconnect the inflator and be able to move about freely while receiving my enema. I don't think I'd like a Bardex with the attached inflators. Too cumbersome.
e fun 7 years ago
I really like my double balloon nozzle; usually have a preliminary clean out before using the double balloon nozzle....
Sophia 7 years ago
Only use it occasionally. I've found that when they are really needed for retention that they can fail miserably. If you REALLY need forced retention, then one of those big black inflatable butt plug/balloon devices that you can pump up 40 or 60 times does the trick, but they hurt like hell nation
TheWay 7 years ago
My first foray into inflatable nozzles had to wait until 2005 when a friend I met through my Yahoo! SIG let me try his Rüsch rubber/latex double balloon nozzle, so I finally took a couple of enemas with it. It did nothing special to impress me though, partly because I have good sphincter control so I don't really need anything to help retention and mostly because the bulging mass inside my rectum elicited an annoying tension which drew my focus out of tune so to speak. Maybe I still have to learn how to enjoy them properly... All is possible. Also, I still haven't tried the celebrated American inflatable nozzle with independent, sliced balloons and twin pumps - a rather expensive item yet the silicone version should last indefinitely if properly cared for.
I might as well change my mind about balloon nozzles. Fact is, since that day I did never felt any overwhelming need to buy one.
ManyOohs4U 11 years ago
Yes, I mistakenly bought a 750 cc one because that was the only one in stock for some considerable time. It usually feels too long. I've tried ordering the usual 500cc one, but I've read they are out of stock everywhere because of a recall. Does anyone know of a good alternative of that size?
radian 11 years ago
make my own with punch balloons. As an extra I use a stocking leg to provide reinforcement, like the fabric in a tyre. reduces the risk of bursting/overinflating and makes for a firmer balloon. Without the firmness I found the balloon could push/ work its way out - nasty mess.
herrdoktor 11 years ago
Many years ago when I was in the hospital for a endoscopy and barium enema part of my prep was a"Clayton enema". It consisted of a large soapsuds and bisacodyl mixture given through a balloon nozzle. I had taken a senna laxative the night before so I was already rid of most of my bowel content. The balloon was rather small, but it was quite effective. The enema solution was rather strong, but the balloon made it easy to retain the enema. The actual barium enema which ultimately followed was much more distressing. The balloon was much larger; pressed against my prostrate and gave me an erection. The barium enema stretched my intestine to the limit, I was very uncomfortable for the 20 minutes I had to retain it. I would not have been able to do so without the balloon.
farmboy69 11 years ago
My first one,many years ago,was latex.The rubber did not last very long. The next one was the 750cc Klystra silicone nozzle.It lasted quite long until it sprung a leak. Then I got a cheaper silicone one on eBay-not good at all. Waiting for the re-design from Klystra before I buy another.
enemary 11 years ago
oh, the double Bardex nozzle is definitely a helper for retentions. It has been uses on me MANY times without any leaking or accidents. My SO had filled me when the Bardex was inflated and had to do chores as the soapy solution "did it's work".......
LisaK 11 years ago
When my Mom left, I was only 3. We gradually tracked down her stuff over the years. Among some of the stuff that we found when I was 7, there was this nice cedar box with brass hinges, and a brass latch. On the outside there was a note stuck to it: "(My Father's Name) Give this to Lisa when you are sure she is old enough to understand and use it." then her initials, and a heart. My father opened and immediately closed the box. I asked him what was in it. He would not tell me then. I found out what it was when I was in high school. By then I found the idea of using one repulsive.
As far as I know, Dad still has it. Neither of us has ever used it, or plans to. Just in the last few months, he did tell me that Mom "lead" him to use a double balloon on her in one of their early enema sessions. He said it made him uncomfortable at the time, and he refused to use it on her again. He has never used one.
enamelpeter 11 years ago
never tried a double ballon but interested to do so some day.
north star 11 years ago
I don't use it all the time, maybe 1 in every 5 sessions. But when I was to hold something for a while such as coffee then the double balloon nozzle get used. I have to be well lubed beforehand, if im not its not very comfortable. I would like to try a latex DB sometime but have yet to.
trimjim2 11 years ago
I have owned several double balloon tubes over the years (and have used each until over enthusiasm on occasions burst the inner balloon) I have tried both latex and silicone versions and still prefer the latex for comfort and efficiency.
I also always use them on my 'patients' and we all will agree, the 'DB' tube to be the favourite one which allows most relaxation while retaining.
The installing and withdrawing can be satisfying or disturbing depending upon the recipient's tollerance or point of view, but
once in use, it is a very full, secure and rewarding experience.
My particular technique is to link the DB to a y connector with clamps which allows inflow or outflow as desired ( outfowing into a catchment bag) which removes the neccessity to get up and down to expel.
Yes, the Double Balloon tube is a most pleasing piece of kit.
ladydocisin 11 years ago
Santa brought one to me two years ago. We both love using it!
jayg 11 years ago
Don't own one but love having them used on me as I like the feel of the balloons and they allow no leakage so ca completely relax. First one I had in me was for a lower GI barium enema
n/a 11 years ago
no but i really want one...
edwasss 11 years ago
I too, would love to try one. I don't own one because like others have said, they are pretty expensive.
Maybe some day!
subbitch 11 years ago
Voted no only due to the fact that Master has not purchased one as of yet. He will be doing so soon as He wishes me to retain the enema much longer than I am able to on my own.
n/a 11 years ago
I remember had an enema and I leaked. So I got double baloon and did not leak.
n/a 14 years ago
saying yes to both giving/receiving..the double does give double excitment along with control ::)
mygoat 14 years ago
I have both the silcone and latex nozzles. My favorite is the latex nozzle. You can not beat a double balloon nozzle for retention. It also works best during sex. :)
jaywalker 14 years ago
Re buying an inflatable nozzle at a medical store-- an that I have tried do not carry them. Where do you find one that does carry them and will sell to you?
sv18 14 years ago
Where can I get a really good one? I've been dying to try them!
Sarah1986 14 years ago
They are usually not hat expensive if you buy them at an medical store. The price at online sex shops is twice as high or even more :o
mid20s5 14 years ago
I would love to try one but they are to expensive.
mimi 14 years ago
I have had one for some time, and if cared for they will last a long time. I use mine after an enema session,,when I have had a full colonic, then I don't have the mess afterward. they are great for retention, and I can sure hold a lot with them. very erotic, the insertion is very erotic, and the inflation is the best, makes you feel like a orgasm coming on.
boxcar 14 years ago
Its good to hear so many good comments. I have several single balloon nozzles and have always wanted to try a double....but they are expensive.
Snowman 15 years ago
I have the 750/250cc silicone double balloon rectal catheter which my wife bought me for my birthday this year. I like the fact that it stays in place without having to hold the hose in place like when using a smaller nozzle (leaves my hands free for other important things). My wife isn't into enemas but she is very understanding of my needs; she is the BEST!!!!
Love the full feeling even before the flow starts, it adds to the pleasure of the whole procedure.
PDXHandball 15 years ago
I really really want one, though... does that count? ;-)
rikkiann 15 years ago
he likes to use the double balloon rectal catheter on me. its awesome especially when i feel it being inflated inside of me
Ygo 15 years ago
I do have several ones.
A: My first double ballon was the rubber model from Beth Tyler, wut is was not really satisfied with it:
1. It´s size is very small, and you are allowed to inflate it only to 4 pumps with the balloon.
2. It is very very soft, and therefore hard to insert (bends all the time)
3. The natural rubber is sensitive to oil and most oil based lubricants, so extreme care has to be taken to not harm it.
B: The second one i have is the double ballon "Gaul" model from Ruesch (german maufacturer)
This one is better, is has more stiffness so you can easily insert it.
But it does also have its drawbacks:
1. When it gets older, the inflation hose becomes loose at the point where it is ealed to the small "control balloon"
2. It has only one shared inflation line, that is used for both the inner and outer balloon. So, if you pump it up far enough that you think it is OK, and you get a cramp or just the colon tightens, the inner balloon is compressed and the air goes into the outer ballon, and then the larger outer balloon pulls out the smaller inner one - a mess !
Fortunately, the #2 Problem can easily be "repaired": I just put a cable tie around the outer balloon and secure it with two drops of glue - voila, fixed maximum outer diameter, and after some certain point you pump air only into the inner balloon as it should be.
C: I also tried the Beth Tyler "F2S" silicone 500 ccm nozzle.
This one was a perfect fit, hard enough to insert, soft enough to stay without complications.
D: The "F3S" i tested too, bot for me this one is uncomfortable to wear. Even when not inflated or only a few strokes inflated, its tip constantly stimulates the urge to expel, not very funny. Otherwise a good nozzle, maybe my end colon is too short.
E: Various far-east pump nozzles, single- and double-balloon-style: None of them was worth its money (even given that most of them were cheap) - incredible bad quality, probably intended for just one-time use. Forget those!
So, my conclusion would be: get the F2S od the Rüsch one !
The Rüsch is more durable (and cheaper), but the F2S is way more comfortable to wear.
realblueyes 15 years ago
When you think about it bags are just bags but a double balloon rectal catheter is an instrument of pleasure. Mine certainly is. Highly recommend!
Willyum 15 years ago
I have (3) double baloon nozzles--the first is an old one from Beth Tyler, made out of gum latex, and "standard" size baloons, the second a double baloon from Germany, and the third, a Large 750/250 ml silicone from Klystra. The best is the German one, because the baloons are closer together, so it seals better. I've noticed that the silicone model on e-bay from "Prannyl" has the baloons very close to each other, so hpoefully it would seal better. Still, I find the best of them might leak just a dribble down your leg if you are walking around, so keep a paper towel handy!
n/a 15 years ago
;) being from the chgo area... the motto still remains vote early and often for my double balloon rectal catheter... it's thee classic and I believe all e folks should have it in their portfolio. ;)
n/a 15 years ago
No, but I will buy one soon. I expect that my husband will find out the control that I'll have over his bowel movements.
wcr 15 years ago
No , but on my want list .
bambam1544 15 years ago
Yes I have one and wouldn't be without one....Takes all the worry out of large volume enemas...
jmac 15 years ago
My double inflatable nozzle is my all time favorite nozzle, slip it in inflate and take the flow, no chance of accidents totally relaxing.
chaz0035 15 years ago
Nothing compares to a double balloon. You can enjoy the sensations without dread of leakage.
rutbandit 15 years ago
I've recently acquired one. Totally worth the expense. I went with the silicone 250/750ml model from Klystra.
LDB 15 years ago
I don't have one and have never used one. But they look like they'd be a lot of fun and I'm planning on getting one soon.
tom hoser 15 years ago
I highly recommend the double balloon; there is just nothing else that compares to it
jamie8963 15 years ago
no, but thinking about getting one and trying it out
professor47 15 years ago
Yes. I have used them for many years. They are probably my favorite, but use other nozzles and colon tubes as well. They are great when you just want to relax and not worry about accidents...
n/a 15 years ago
I love my double balloon rectal catheter. Is my favorite nozzle and I'd have a tough time living without it. I don't use it when I am taking my first enema of a series as it gets to messy but after maybe the first two, if I'm looking pretty well cleaned out, I use it so I can totally relax and take a large volume enema without worrying about any accidents.
n/a 15 years ago
I voted yes because I just bought one last night...now anxiously awaiting its arrival.
debgurl 15 years ago
I have a double balloon nozzle and love it! It's not a cheap toy, but with proper care will give years of enema enjoyment!
robbob 15 years ago
I have one and it works great also single balloon nozzle love them both
gwilson52 15 years ago
I don't own one, but would love to try this nozzle.
roby 2400 15 years ago
allin 15 years ago
Would like to find out how many members use a double balloon nozzle when receiving/giving enemas.