About Inflatable Balloon Retention Nozzles

Welcome to the Inflatable Balloon Nozzle Corner

    Some folks come here to buy a Balloon Nozzle. Others just want to find out what the devil a Balloon Nozzle actually IS. Either way, you've come to the right spot. We have just what you want !

About Our Inflatable Balloon Nozzles

    Put simply, an Inflatable Balloon Nozzle is just about the best enema-retention nozzle in the Universe. Below you see pictures of a standard Double Balloon Nozzle in its ready to insert state (before inflation) and in its inflated condition. In use, you feed the first fluted balloon into the rectum, then inflate the balloon to four (or less) squeezes for the 250cc balloons. For the 500 cc balloons it's about eight (or less) squeezes, and for the F3S nozzle, it's about twelve squeezes (maximum).

NOTE: Maximum inflation is NOT necessary for normal use.

The overall length of all of the Inflatable Nozzles is about 16 inches.

The approximate diameters of the inflated balloons are as follows:
The 250cc Balloon inflated is about 2 inches in diameter.
The 500cc Balloon inflated is about 2 and 5/8 inches in diameter.
The 750cc Balloon inflated is about 3 inches in diameter.

    "Voilá. The balloon seals the rear hole tighter than a champagne cork." At first, Balloon Nozzles were all of the one-balloon variety, but that kind does have one potential shortcoming. Occasionally, the balloon works its way too far into the enema recipient, and water is able to leak past it. To eliminate that problem, a second balloon was added to the top-of-the-line model. It stays just outside the body, and, when inflated, prevents the nozzle from moving further into the colon than it should. The result is that the inside balloon stays nice and snug against the inner ring of the anal sphincter. Net Result: Leakage is practically non-existent!
Due to the fact that we and the manufacturers have absolutely NO control over their use, there are NO GUARANTEES WHATSOEVER on these.

    Many people have over-inflated them, or stretched them and expect FREE replacements. Other people have tightly twisted the air inflator valves beyond their limits and that also damages the air valves. The air valves need ONLY 'finger tight' pressure to work properly. We cannot replace any unit at all so please don't expect replacement for any reason. Please use proper care with both the inflator bulbs AND the nozzles themselves. If you have any questions about the use of this type of nozzle, we strongly suggest that you consult a Doctor or medical professional.

Graphic: Double Balloon Nozzle

"BBB" 'Regular' Double Balloon Nozzle, Deflated

Double Balloon Nozzle, Inflated

    The balloon nearer the tip goes inside the body. The one toward the hose-connection end goes outside the body and prevents the inner balloon from sliding too far inside where its seal might be compromised.

    Note that the hose end of the Balloon Nozzle (the end away from the balloons) terminates in a slightly enlarged cuff. This cuff is sized for a tight fit on the standard enema nozzle that comes with today's drug-store variety enema syringes. You connect the Balloon Nozzle to your enema hose by sliding its cuff onto the small enema nozzle such as the standard 'drug store' variety. To connect any of the inflatable balloon nozzles to 5/16" ID tubing, we recommend ordering the # 14183 connector at $4. To connect the nozzles to 1/4" ID tubing the CN2 connector also at $4.

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    Once connected, how do you use the Balloon Nozzle? Well, perhaps the most important tip is not to use Vaseline® or petroleum-based lubricants with a LATEX Balloon Nozzle or any other natural-rubber equipment. Oil-based lubricants attack the LATEX rubber and substantially shorten its life. Use a water-based lubricant such as K-Y Jelly® on all your rubber toys. My own personal preference for safe lubricants is "Silicone Glove" hand cream that's available from any "Avon®" representative. You'll want plenty of lubrication on the tip of the Balloon Nozzle as well as on the bulbs. It's also a good idea to work some lubricant into the recipient's rear opening. A gentle massage with a finger or two can do wonders to open the path for the nozzle. If the anus is clamped tight, getting a flexible-rubber Balloon Nozzle in can be a frustrating task. Of course, if the target has an attractive enough set of buns, maybe you'll want this to take some time.

Of course, there IS an exception: The NEW F2S and F3S Clear Silicone Nozzles are not effected by oil-based lubricants as the Latex ones are !

    You'll find that a gentle 'back-and-forth' twisting motion will help the Balloon Nozzle to slide into, rather than double up outside your target. The motion also adds a bit of a thrill for the recipient. It feels deliciously naughty going in.

    Once the first balloon is in position, its time to inflate it. Here comes the next treat for the recipient. You inflate the retention balloon by placing a small metal valve at the far end of the Balloon Nozzle in the Inflate position, then giving no more than four full squeezes to the inflator bulb. The inflator bulb is a small rubber bulb similar to those used to tighten a blood-pressure cuff around your arm. With the inside balloon inflated, pull gently but firmly back till you are confident that the balloon is lodged against the anal sphincter. Now, if you are using a double Balloon Nozzle, inflate the outer balloon in the same way you did the inner one.

    They are more expensive than the single variety. Do you really need a double Balloon Nozzle? To my thinking, that depends on what you want to do while the retention catheter is in use. If it's just for solo enemas which you can easily control, then a single-balloon unit will prove quite serviceable. If, however, you plan to use it with a lover, and the scenario calls for some strenuous lovemaking with the Balloon Nozzle ensuring against accidents, the extra few dollars for the double-balloon variety will prove well spent.

    After you've finished feeding your bottom, or your Bottom's bottom, using your new Balloon Nozzle, how should you store it? The care and feeding of the Balloon Nozzle have a substantial impact on the unit's life expectancy. You take care of your new Balloon Nozzle, and it will take care of you for many years to come. Its natural enemies are solvents, harsh detergents, heat, bright sunlight, and mildew due to damp storage conditions. After use, you should wash the unit thoroughly in luke-warm water using a mild soap such as Ivory bar soap. After washing, be certain that the Balloon Nozzle is completely dry, then dust it lightly with talcum powder and store it in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight. Be sure NOT to allow any water or moisture to get into the air tubes or into the inflators since the inflator valves WILL be damaged.

    Cleaning is simple and can be done by simply carefully washing the outer surface with a mild soap and water solution. If you want to be more 'sterile' about it, adding a tablespoon of common bleach, such as Clorox, in a gallon of warm wash water is what many people do... But PLEASE remember NOT to get the inflators wet or damp. The two air tubes MUST be kept completely dry inside to avoid moisture getting into the air valves on the inflator bulbs. Any moisture in those air valves will corrode them and cause air leakage and/or air valve failure. DO NOT get the valves or inner air tubes wet! Then unit can be towel-dried initially, then set aside to dry completely. Store it in a cool, dark place and avoid sunlight which can attack any rubber product.

    Finally, why do we have the bits and pieces of Balloon Nozzles? Well, some folks don't heed the advice about the proper use and care of a Balloon Nozzle. In the heat of passion, it's easy to forget. So we sell catheters without valves, catheters without inflator bulbs, hardware like bulbs and valves for catheters, etc. This is in case a part of someone's Balloon Nozzle fails, and they want to replace it without going to the expense of buying an entire assembly. Naturally, due to the nature of this product and since it's use and inflation is far beyond our control, neither we or the manufacturer can offer any replacement guarantees etc. The product is 'top of the line' hospital grade manufactured by one of the world's leading manufacturers.

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