Holy Trainer Sizing Advice

Holy Trainer Sizing Advice

Selecting the Sheath Size

There are five sizes of tubes (also called "sheath"): measuring from the bottom of the tube to the end, the length of the "Standard" model is 55mm (2.35inch); the Small model is 45mm (1.9inch). Most men fit comfortably into the Small and Standard models, though there are available sizes for larger and smaller men. When selecting an appropriate size for yourself, you should base your selection on the distance of the underside of your flaccid shaft from the tip of the head to the end where it meets the scrotum. Do not stretch the shaft out in any way when taking the measurement.

The inside diameters of the Standard and Maxi are 35mm (1.4inch). The Small, Nano, and Nub sheaths 34mm (1.3inch), respectively.Selecting a Ring Size

In our experience, you will more likely get the right fit if you subtract 6mm (or about 1/4") from your string measurement and then choose the corresponding ring suggestion.

Ring sizing

The following advice for ring size comes from the manufacturer site:

1.Take a string some 30 cm (12 inches) long, and place it around your your scrotum and penis. Remember not to use elastic string, as this would skew the measurements.

2.Make a double knot: the string should be tight enough to make it difficult for you to slip a finger under it, yet not so strong as to cut off the blood flow. Leave the string on for 5 minutes.

3.to make sure it is the right diameter. Cut the string with a pair of scissors, taking care not to hurt yourself while doing so.

4.Measure the length of the string, and consult the following table to learn which is the right diameter for you.

  • Less than 119mm (4-11/16") - 36mm ring is recommended
  • 119mm up to 132mm (5-7/32") - 40mm ring is recommended
  • 133 mm up to 148mm (5-13/16") - 45mm ring is recommended
  • 149 mm up to 163 mm (6-7/16") - 50mm ring is recommended
  • 164mm up to 178mm (7-1/16") a 55mm ring is recommended
  • Larger than 178mm - likely to be too tight to wear safely and comfortably

NOTE: our customers have reported that the rings tend to feel larger than expected. In fact, if you try to measure any of the rings, you will not find a dimension on the ring that matches the published size. If you measure yourself and are close to the bottom of the range at the left, most men will feel more comfortable with the smaller sized ring.This model may be ideal for many men with a high ball sack. For other men, the ring may fit too loosely to give a very secure fit. Please contact us if you have any questions or concerns before making your purchase. These products are not returnable if they do not meet your expectations.

If you have worn a CB6000 or similar model, our customers generally have had success equating their CB ring size as follows:

#X ring (2.25) and #L (2-1/8) = 55mm ring size

#1 ring (2.0") and #L (2-1/8") = 50mm ring size

#2 ring (1-7/8") = 45mm ring size

#3 ring (1-3/4") = 40mm ring size

#4 ring (1-5/8") = 36mm ring size

The 55mm ring may be too large when compared to the #L (2-1/8") CBX ring unless a larger spacer is used The #5 ring (1-1/2"; might be too small to stay secure in the 36mm Holy Trainer size.