I would be interested to know of any experience that members have had with these devices. I use dribble stop when outside the house, eg walking, traveling, and visiting. I use DribbleStop which is quite effective (some drips) but after about 3 hours it becomes uncomfortable. Have any members used one of the many similar devices, and what was the outcome. One to avoid is PaceyCuff, its expensive, fiddly to fit and adjust--avoid it. I am convinced that an effective clamp can be designed; one of the the necessary design features is a small raised area, or bridge on the under side of the device so that it presses underneath the penis as the urethra is closest to the underside of the Penis--this would allow blood to flow in the organ whilst applying pressure in the key area. Prostate Cancer UK has part funded research into penis clamp design at Southampton University medical school, although this appears to have started during 2018 nothing seems to have been produced--somewhat disappointing--someone needs a prod!
I am certain that it is possible to produce a far better product than those currently on the market; it needs Prostate Cancer UK, and other Cancer charities to pursue the issue. The only way to get a excellent product would be for men to be involved in testing the product.