References & Press
TV report from "Brisant" on PHALLOSAN® forte and the results of the clinical study
The "Brisant" show reported on the success of PHALLOSAN® forte and the excellent results of the study. Here you can read the complete report in which an enthusiastic user attests to its effectiveness.
Phallosan Forte Review: My Personal Experience (amateur video)
PHALLOSAN® in Men's Health 06/2009 - "Better in Bed"
"Longer penis without surgery"
Men's Health referred to PHALLOSAN® as the classic penis extender. Contrary to all other systems named, we did not hear a single critical remark.
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PHALLOSAN® on VOX "WA(H)RE LIEBE"
On 5 October 2000 PHALLOSAN® was featured in "Wa(h)re Liebe", a popular show on the subject of sex on Germany's VOX television. Before the camera the test subject attested to the unbelievable wearing comfort of PHALLOSAN®. After a while he even forgot that he was wearing it and felt no pressure or similar sensation. In the interview he told viewers that prior to the show he had tried out the belt and that there was no tell-tale bulge beneath his jeans.
Men's Health magazine also tested various penis stretching devices
Only PHALLOSAN® was recommended by a urologist. In his opinion it was the only successful procedure.
No hard materials, no inflexible and stiff mechanisms, no slings, no rigid rod assembly, no telescopic contraptions.
PHALLOSAN® is soft, painless and proven to be effective.
Men's Health Online
"Pills for penis enlargements?"
The question of a User to the Men's Health Team is clearly answered: No! Only mechanical stretching devices, such as PHALLOSAN® forte will result in lasting results.
Men's Health' Magazine 02/2012
"Chose the right technique"
In this article, comparing penis lengthening devices, the gentle pull of PHALLOSAN® forte's vacuum technique is focused on (see red frame in the picture).
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PHALLOSAN® in BILD-Zeitung
PHALLOSAN® was successfully tested in a clinical study. BILD-Zeitung could not fail to notice that. Read the article written by BILD on this study.
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