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3 Best FTM STP Devices Under $40

Cheap FTM STPs
It's no secret that good STPs can cost a pretty penny. It's not uncommon to hear about guys shelling out several hundreds of dollars for a quality stand to pee prosthetic. If you've got money to burn, we'd never fault you for spending your cash on something that brings you relief. However, the high price tag makes these more expensive STPs out of reach for a lot of struggling trans guys.
If you've been following my STP journey, you know that I went through a long, hard process learning how to stand to pee. I spent a lot of time (and money) trying to figure things out, but finally being able to use an STP was like a revelation to me. I truly believe that everyone who wants to learn, can. I also believe that you don't have to spend a ton of money like I did on fancy prosthetics.
There are some great STPs out there that won't break the bank and Transguy Supply is here to tell you all about them. So, without further do, here are the 3 best STPs for guys on a budget. Below are full reviews of great STPs under $40, including pros, cons, and who each STP is best for. 

1. pStyle - $12

This pStyle is hands down the best STP to learn on. The slim design and hard plastic make it compatible with every type of body. Thick thighs? No problem. Fast pee-er? No sweat. If you've had trouble using other STP devices, give the pStyle a try. It may not look like a dick, but it's super easy to get the hang of.


This STP is the cheapest of the lot. It's also incredibly easy to use. I still recommend practicing in the shower your first couple of times. (Cleaning up pee off the bathroom floor is not fun.) However, for most folks, the learning curve is quick with the pSytle.

This STP is also very discreet. Of course, it won't help anyone who needs to see a penis when looking down over the toilet. But because it's just a piece of hard plastic, most people will have no idea what it's used for. If you happen to leave your pStyle somewhere others can see it, no one is going to give it much thought.



As you can't pack with this STP, you will need to figure out how you are going to carry it around. Coming in at 7.5 inches, it's also a bit long. Fitting it inside a pocket might not be possible depending on what you're wearing. Cargo shorts and fanny packs should be able to accommodate. For a stylish fanny pack option, check out this one from Stealth Bros. & Co



- Anyone who doesn't need a prosthetic STP, but still wants to stand to pee. This includes bigger guys and guys with thick or muscular thighs.

- Guys who can't get the hang of other STPs. In the beginning, I had a ton of trouble with other devices. I just couldn't figure out where to position my STP and spilled every single time. I also had a persistent backflow issue. After successfully using the pStyle for a couple of weeks, it all clicked into place. When I went back to my prosthetic STPs, I found I had a lot less difficulty using them.  


2. Packer Gear STP - $15


The Packer Gear STP is cheapest, somewhat realistic-looking STP device on the market. It's far from perfect - and it won't pass for a dick during a close inspection. Fortunately, it’s against social norms for guys to closely inspect their neighbor’s junk at the urinal, so you’re probably fine using this one in public. 

Like the pStyle, the Packer Gear STP is also an excellent packer for beginners. The wide bowl and large pee hole make it super easy to use. Plus for a mere 15 bucks, you're getting a body safe, 100% silicone STP. You won’t see silicone STPs this cheap anywhere else. 
The downside to this cheap STP is that it feels just that... cheap. Don't get me wrong, this product is actually quite durable. But the walls are thin so if you have thick or muscular thighs, you might have issues with it collapsing during use. I haven't heard any reports of this yet, but... buyer beware. 
Even though the walls are thin on this device, it's definitely too stiff to pack with. Like the pStyle, you'll have to find some other way to carry it around.
- This is best for guys who want their STP to be somewhat realistic, but also need the cheapest option possible. I’ll say it again - you won't find another prosthetic at this price.
- Like the pStyle, it's also great for learners. If want to try using an STP before spending more money on something fancier, this is a fantastic option.



3. Santos STP - $39


There's no use beating around the bush - this STP blew my mind. I ordered a sample of this STP hoping that it would at least be passable quality. When the product finally arrived, it far exceeded my expectations. The Santos STP is a shockingly high-quality device for the money. Truth be told, this model is probably my favorite STP of all time. It’s well made 100% with soft silicone and it also packs fairly well. Apart from the Emisil Compact STP, it’s also the most realistic stand to pee device that I own. 

The pee hole at the end of the shaft on the Santos is on the smaller side. This contributes to its realistic look, but can also create backflow issues. However, with just a light squeeze on the tip, the hole widens and lets urine flow out at a decent pace. Only those with the strongest pee streams will need to modify the pee hole for easier use.

We've ordered a boatload of these bad boys, in every color they offer. They’re manufactured overseas, but we’re hoping for a Summer delivery. Stay tuned! 



Urinal passable. Packs well. Comes in a great range of colors.



The main con I can think of for this device is the silicone is a bit sticky to the touch. My FreeTom STP also has this issue, but it's easily remedied with a little Packer Powder. Each time after washing, I dust my Santos with a little of this Packing Powder. Make sure to wipe off any excess powder with a towel and you're good to go.



- If you have more than $15 to shell out on an STP, this is such a great device for the price. 

- Perfect for guys who really need a realistic looking option. 

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