It seems that my new X40 is leaking air from the valve!
When filling it up (having the valve locked) it's NOT leaking water at all.
Then I position my dick in it by "dropping it in", X40 pointing directly to the floor, to avoid losing too much water.
Then I firmly press the opening/comfort ring towars my body to create the seal and am NOT pumping at all at this point.
When the seal is good and I'm not losing any water I raise the X40 to a 90degree angle (or slightly higher even) and when I'm sure that I'm not losing any water anywhere I unlock the valve and start pumping.
The pressure does build up, but as it does the X40 starts to leak in air through the valve which starts to fill the device and slowly cause the pressure to disappear!
The leaking means that I have to constantly pump more to maintain pressure, but this means that sooner rather than later the device has half air and half water in it, and I'm guessing this isn't supposed to happen?
The exact point of the leak shifts if I rotate the transparent valve part, seems that it's the black O-ring maybe.
I have popped the cap open, but it seems that you can't reach the black O-ring by doing so, so there doesn't seem to be any way to fix this, or?
Did I receive a defect X40, again?! (I already returned one due to the exact same problem and this was the replacement, was brand new, sealed box and all)
Included a pic here though the quality ain't that great as I took it with mobilephone camera (click on the pic to make it larger).
I drew a red line next to the stream of air bubbles (bubbles on the left side of the line). In the picture I have it pumped against my hand and it's pointing towards the floor, so that the air bubbles are originating from the valve and moving towars the base (upwards) in a steady stream. Again, sorry for the bad image quality, would need faster shutter speed I guess to properly catch the fast moving bubblestream.
What do you think?
Something wrong with it?
Am I doing something wrong?
Or am I just this unlucky to receive two defect X40's in a row?!
Would appriciate any input, thanks!