What I Liked and Didn't Like About X4 Labs Penis Extender
What is the X4 Labs Extender?
The X4 Labs Penis Extender is not a single product, but rather a bunch of different packages based around a single rod-based penis extender.
Therefore, since there are so many combinations of packages that you can buy from their site, we're just going to cover the meat-and-potatoes of the penis extender, as well as review some of their side products and bonuses, separately.
The company that sells the X4 Labs extender is sold from Canada which is friendly to Canadian, and somewhat friendly to U.S. consumers.
Parts of the X4 Labs Extender
- Base Part
- Shaft Platform
How to Put it On
- Choose the right metal rods for the tension you wish to apply and install them in the frame of the device.
- Fit the base part around the bottom of the shaft of your penis, against your pelvis.
- Place the top of your shaft on the shaft platform.
- Proceed to secure your penis head and shaft by inserting the straps or nooses, whichever your prefer.
- Angle the penis extender to your desired angle.
- Put your pants back on and proceed with your day.
What it's Like to Wear it.
It's like a traditional penis extender.
If you've ever used a rod-based exteder before, like the Jes-Extender, SizeGenetics, or Male Edge, you pretty much know what you're getting into when you use the X4 Labs penis extender.
That being said, there are a few differences when it comes to wearing it.
The first noticeable one is the way that the top of your penis shaft is strapped into the device.
This extender gives a few options, most notably the silicone noosese or the foam straps.
I prefer the silicone nooses, simply because there is less stuff to deal with.
The straps with foam padding are ok, but they start to warm my penis up a bit too much and my crotch starts to get sweaty.
So if you do end up reverting to the standard silicone noose, then there are better quality and cheaper options out there.
Regardless, it's a pretty solid extender and if money isn't an issue - you'll be pleased with what you're getting here.
This penis extender is actually fairly comfortable.
Compared to the other rod-based extenders it's a great competitor to the SizeGenetics and the Pro Extender.
Despite this, there isn't much noticeable difference from the user perspective.
At that point, you're going to just have to compare the cost and shipping options and make your decision from there.
When wearing the device, you're pretty much restricted to the standard office-chair sit and walking.
For most guys, however, this is good enough. Just don't expect to keep this extender on if you like to contort your legs or sit in cross-legged positions.
Pros: What I liked about it.
Comes in a nice box.
We actually like the design of the box that their products come in. It looks professional and clean.
But I don't expect a lot of you want to be bragging about owning these penis extender products to your friends, so if you're like me, it's probably just going to be sitting in my closet the whole time.
Money Back Guarantee
They have a money back guarantee which is pretty nice.
While I've never redeemed it, it's nice to know that they do have one that can use in the event that things go south.
The guarantee lasts for 6 months after buying it. After that, you're out of luck. This is pretty fair, in my opinion.
However, there are a couple of caveats to this money-back guarantee.
Specifically, you have to register your device and comply with their tracking protocol.
You literally have to log all your progress by taking measurements after each session using their web-based app.
X4 Labs Required Terms of Money Back Guarantee
I'm pretty sure if you miss a measurement session then you will lose out on getting your money back.
This is fair, but tough.
I mean, if you have a hard time paying your credit card bill on time, then you're probably not going to like the terms of this money-back agreement.
For those who are really responsible and on it (never late for work, for example), you'll probably be successful with this logging program, and thus have a higher chance of being able to actually redeem the money-back guarantee.
Cons: What I didn't like about it.
X4 Labs offers so many packages that it's actually a bit bewildering.
A bunch of these packages don't even offer anything particularly new or useful.
There are some packages that are clear rip offs - particularly, the ones that exceed $250, however, there are some that are reasonable, that come without the useless add-ons.
And that's the problem.
They're trying to upsell you useless things that you don't even need.
They always claim to have "sales" with expiration timers on them that don't actual expire.
That is, they have a perpetual sale going on.
Yeah, this ad has been here forever. Literally. And 80% off? sounds a bit too good to be true.
This is a tactic used in marketing to get you to buy immediately because the price actually seems lower, when in fact, they are still making a decent to large profit despite the price markdown.
While it is not inherently bad, it's still something you have to consider because you're not sure what the actual price is because it's perpetually distorted.
Conclusion - Final Rating
The X4 Labs Extender is an interesting addition to the rod-type extenders that are currently on the market.
However, it is quite generic and doesn't add much innovation or value to a market that already has tons of these types of extenders.
Regardless, it is a decent option if you're looking for this type of device.
If money isn't an issue, you could purchase this extender, but just keep in mind that there are other extenders that are better in terms of value offered.