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    SpeediCath® Compact Male

    I am wondering how this is going to work?
    Life's perceived journey in this PMR is not to arrive at the grave safely in a well preserved body, but rather to skid in sideways, totally worn out, shouting "holy **** what a VR ride!"
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    their website sure doesn't give you any clues. my guess is that it has three sections that extend like an antenna. so when you take of the top and pull it out it will extend to the usuall length.

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    SpeediCath Compact Male - Same video as above.

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    It looks great to me. I don't know how hard it will be to hold the tip/end of catheter when inserting it. You'd think it'd bend or kink, but maybe not. I'd like to try these out - they seem good to use anywhere, without worrying about water and soap.
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    I use their SpeediCath, it is stiff enough. They are slick as snot and I will never go back to applying gel. I figured the new SpeediCath Compact male worked like the female version, so maybe a girl will chime in. I hope to use it when out of the house.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rdf View Post
    SpeediCath Compact Male - Same video as above.


    Wow! That's the music I always hear in my head when I'm cathing.

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    that video does not show the new compact male.

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    Hmm, it was a link on the speedi compact male webpage. Is he just using the a regular SpeediCath?
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    They work for the women, I am sure it works the same way. But they are stiff, I use them sometimes out of the house because they are small and easy to carrie.
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