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Are you a man looking for relief from constant leaks? How about a break from uncomfortably damp pads and painful clamps?

The Pacey Cuff will help you get your life back.

It is medical grade and stops leaks all day long so you stay dry, comfortable and confident from morning to night.

Pacey Cuff Urinary Incontinence Clamp for Men. (Penis clamp for male urinary incontinence).

Your Pacey Cuff will stop leaks during any activity - unlike clothespin-style penile clamps and other urinary incontinence devices.

It will last you at least 6 months - saving you hundreds compared to buying disposable incontinence briefs and pads.

It is lightweight and discrete - when sized and adjusted properly you will forget you have it on.

It is an award winning design - allowing for comfortable all day use without restricting blood flow.

***All of our products are metal and latex free.

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VIDEO - Pacey Cuff & Power Sleeve Application

This 1 minute video will show how to correctly apply the Pacey Cuff and Power Sleeve.

VIDEO - Pacey Cuff Adjustment

This 1 minute video will show you how to adjust the bottom of the Pacey Cuff along the Velcro strap for the best fit and results!

Step 1

Apply the Power Sleeve

Apply the Power Sleeve - towards the base and secure the Velcro tabs.

The Power Sleeve of the penis clamp can be loose or snug but not tight.

Step 2

Adjust the Bottom

Adjust the Bottom - make the whole device smaller or larger as needed by sliding it along the strap - using the gold nubs and small numbers as your guide.

Center the foam bottom under your urethra.

You can find your urethra with your finger tip, blocking flow by applying pressure.

Step 3

Apply the Pacey Cuff

Apply the Pacey Cuff - center it over the Power Sleeve.

Secure the Pacey Cuff by pressing the top and bottom parts together with your weak hand and laying down the strap with your dominant hand.

Check for any pinching or leaking and ensure the top and bottom parts are still centered on your penis.

**Another idea for applying the Pacey Cuff - you can try placing the top first and wrapping the bottom and strap around. Sometimes this makes it easier to keep everything centered and aligned!

Interested in becoming a Pacey Cuff Referrer or Distributor?

Would like a demo unit sent to your urology clinic or physiotherapy practice?

Contact us today to find out more about becoming an authorized distributor of the Pacey Cuff incontinence device. We are always looking local and international partners.

Reach out today and learn how to better support men in need of our help.

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The Pacey Cuff uses a urethral pressure pad (bottom) to apply pressure to the urethra and stop the flow of urine. The top of the Pacey Cuff ensures the circulation in the penis is not blocked.

Using a soft tape measure, measure the circumference mid-shaft of the penis, behind the head. Based on that number you can then choose the best size. If your measurement falls on the cusp between two sizes, we recommend choosing the larger size. For example if your measurement is 4" (10cm) circumference, you would order the Large size.

The Pacey Cuff is primarily for day use. Lessen the compression of the Pacey Cuff at night when there is less need for control. Please discuss the use of the device over a 24 hour period with a medical professional.

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It depends: in the United States the Pacey Cuff falls under the Medicare HCPCS Code A4356 - External Urethral Clamp or Compression device and you may get $45-80 USD back depending on where you live and your policy. Download the Medicare form here: Medicare Form.

In Canada, the Pacey Cuff may be covered by extended health such as Pacific Blue Cross or Sun Life. In all cases, reimbursement will depend on your specific policy.

We offer a 100% money back guarantee within 30 days of purchase. Visit our Return Policy page to learn more.

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