How many packers could a packer pack if a packer could pack packs?
Buying your first packer can be exciting, but with so many options out there it can also be quite daunting.
One of the most common questions we get asked, and probably the biggest decision to make is what size to get. At SDH we stock the NYTC & Mr Limpy Packers, providing a good range in size.
The NYTC Pierre & Archer are available in two sizes and the Mr Limpy is available in three sizes. We have chosen not to stock the largest size in the Mr Limpy as we feel it doesn’t give a very authentic aesthetic.
If you were to search online for the average cis male length for your height, you’d probably be surprised at the answer. For example, a quick search of “average cis male length” states:
“In the Journal of Urology study, researchers found the following among the group of 80 men:
- An average size of 8.8cm (3.5 inches) when flaccid
- An average size of 12.9 cm (5.1 inches) when erect”
Now, if I compare that average size to the range of packers, it is represented by the XS Mr Limpy & Small NYTC Archer/Pierre. A good example of the reason we choose not to stock the Large sized Mr Limpy which measures at 8.5 inches. Even the Medium size Mr Limpy, at 6.5 inches, is well above the average.
With all of that in mind, we would only recommend the Medium sized Mr Limpy to people who are over at least 5”7’ (170cm). Even though cis male length is not impacted by height, a person who is shorter might feel a bit uncomfortable wearing a packer of that size.
The best thing about packers, is that you can get more than one size. Perhaps you want to pack, but sometimes it’s just a personal thing for you, so you’ll choose a smaller size. Then another day you’ll want to pack larger. And then another day you might not want to pack at all.
To help you figure out which packer to go with, here's list of packers organised by length:
3.5 inches XS Mr Limpy
5.75 inches S Mr Limpy
6.75 inches M Mr Limpy
But hey, remember that packing isn’t compulsory, you might give it a go and not feel comfortable. Or you might never want to try it. That’s ok!
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