Rated 2.2 out of 5 by 9
Rated 2 out of 5 by Wads McGuire male urinal
First a very useful devise. I
1. First problem. The waist holder seems to imply one size fits all. For someone with a waist size of 44 this is hardly adequate.
2, The plastic straps are highly inadequate for long time use. Velcro would be more comfortable .
3. The male extender appears to be one size fits all. I would suggest if possible a small medium and large.
4. The devise is a great devise and I will continue to use, I will need to use a lubricant to prevent sticking to the interior sleeve which is a great idea to prevent flow back..
Thanks for allowing the review..
In review I recall the old Sears catalog seem to have had varied amt of these devises. Just a thought.
February 9, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by SheilaC Wasn't helpful for my dad.....
The device leaked the first time my dad tried it. It back flowed. None of the urine made it down into the bag. He was laying down at the time and perhaps the pressure wasn't great enough to push it into the tubing.
January 8, 2012
Rated 1 out of 5 by timmy2012 Very disappointed in the design and fit . We were so happy to get this product thinking it would make it easier to leave the house. very disappointing when I tried it on. We are trying to get our money back. Straps don't lineup with mounting buttons on the bag. Not made for a short person I'm 5' 6". My waste size is 165 and the corset is for a very small man. Also if you tighten the straps on the bag to you thigh the hose will have to be curled up so that it can't drain.
There is no way to prevent leaks when sitting down.
December 20, 2011
Rated 3 out of 5 by SenseiEd New Help
I am 65 years old and have worn a Bard-McGuire male urinal since I was 4. Recently that company went out of business or just stopped making the McGuire. So I found this substitute. It is not as comfortable or as invisible as the old McGuire. But it does work, is of high quality, and on the internet it is reasonably priced. My old ones lasted years. I will write later as to how well this new device holds up. Over all I am very pleased, and thankful that this company is continuing this style of prosthetic... it beats the dickens out of diapers and is fantastically more convenient and socially useful.
March 7, 2011
Rated 3 out of 5 by Urinal guy Good design but not comfy
I agree with "Ray the plumber" Most rubber sheath urinals are ok but not very comfy for older and overweight seniors.Rays idea of making a rubber urinal using the concept of a womans panty girdle to attach it to would be most comfortable and would keep the urinal more secure along with some extra shaping.If I could find a urinal like that I would buy several right now.I now wear the urocare rubber sheath urinal which really lack the security of keeping the urinal in place.The inner sheath fits the fine but it needs more support which would be greatly improved with a girdle like women wear.Wish I could find one like that.I would like to wear my urinal at night but not sure it would be secure enough to prevent my from coming out of the sheath.
October 29, 2010
Rated 2 out of 5 by Jolie Good Idea-Poor Design
Purchased this for a friend with night-time "leakage" problems. It works okay when he is standing but leaks a lot if he sleeps in any position other than flat on his back. Needs to be redesigned...perhaps with a soft flexible membrane over the opening for the apendage that you push through so there's no back flow.
October 11, 2010