Yes, the Viberect works. It is clinically proven to improve erection quality and trigger ejaculation and orgasm.
Dr. Kambiz Tajkarimi, a member of The Private Gym Medical Board, invented the Viberect. The Viberect is the only male stimulation device that delivers perfectly targeted vibration stimulation on both sides of the penis. The key technology in the Viberect is patented and not available on other devices.
Yes, since the Viberect works by delivering sonic vibrations to the penis, it can be noisy. By way of example, it makes about as much noise as a Sonicare toothbrush or a small blender.
No, the Viberect does not hurt. But if the penis becomes sore after using the Viberect for an extended time, discontinue use until the painful sensation is gone.
You can use Viberect while taking PDE5 inhibitors (ED medications). Since the Viberect and PDE5 inhibitors treat ED via different bodily systems, combining them can create a synergistic effect.
The technical specifications of the Viberect are as follows:
• The vibration frequency is 70-110 Hertz.
• The vibration width is 2 mm.
• It operates at 110-240 volts.
• The battery is nickel-metal hydride (NiMH) and takes 6-8 hours to charge completely.
• A fully charged Viberect will operate for 30 minutes on the medium setting.
There is no time limit for how long you can use the Viberect in a single session, but if using it becomes painful, you should take a break until it is no longer irritating.
You can use the Viberect every day for multiple sessions unless the penile tissue becomes sore. If this occurs, you should take a break until it is no longer painful.
Yes, the FDA & CE approved the Viberect to treat erectile dysfunction (ED) and trigger ejaculation and orgasms in men.
Yes, the Viberect includes a one-year warranty for defects. During the warranty period, most repairs will be free of charge. (This does not include normal wear and tear.) However, after the warranty expires, we can repair your Viberect for an additional fee.
The blue medical softpads on the Viberect will wear down after continued use. When they begin to show wear, we recommend that you replace them. Keeping the blue medical softpads in good condition will maximize results. Replacement pads are available here.
Yes, we can replace the battery on the Viberect if it no longer holds a charge. However, if the one-year warranty is expired, there will be an additional service fee to replace the battery. To initiate a Viberect battery replacement, please contact us.
• Viberect use by men with spinal cord injuries carries the risk of Autonomic Dysreflexia.