February 5, 2021, 8:32am
I think it was because of the Shock
it started to bleed really late
on my finger xg3 the injector also filled with blood a little bit (just a few drops)
The Xg3 in the Finger was hurting a lot the Days afer.
I was eating lots of Ibuprufen and Paracetamol because of the Pain.
So far its NOT hurting! just itching a bit.
February 5, 2021, 10:58am
Did you not use lidocaine before the process?
…even my hand was sweating just by watching it…
February 5, 2021, 11:09am
I injected some lido - wasnt numb - i should have waited longer and inject more - but i noticed when the needle was already in.
They loose sharpness so easy and that would be less clean so i continued
Was numb enaugh i guess.
Was painful though
Xg3 V2 - Whats the status
In my finger i instalation i injected 4ML - here just 0,6ml of 0.5% solution
February 5, 2021, 1:39pm
Aah, is that the reason it wasn’t bleeding?
Anyways, Atilla thinks it was a decent job.
February 5, 2021, 1:40pm
I think it was because of the Shock (dont know if it is called so in english)
Maybe other self installers can tell if they also had really few bleedings^
Pure wrist payment conversion,
No lido or pain management, like a 6/10 until it broke thru then it was like a 2/10
In retrospect should have gone deeper according to Amal, oh well live and learn
we need a thread of just bloody accidents or installs that just got too messy - might be an idea for the supporters only
Welp, I kniced a vein.
i honestly would love to look at peoples ‘gore’ to make me feel better about how bad mine are at the end.
I always feel like im doing a crime scene clean up.
April 22, 2021, 8:50pm
I needed to something to keep my head busy - so i took the v2 vid and zoomed it a bit so you can see better what i was doing xD
insert nsfw install blood whatever warning here.
May 16, 2021, 6:15pm
main cam had full storage and didnt record
now there is just the webcam footage
Okay, i got some sleep and now im able to give some more details
It was a Bevel Down job, done without lidocaine injection.
I hardly felt anything! the pliers on the skin were the bigger discomfort then the needle going in - i was also surprised how small the needle is
DIRECT after the installation i was able to get constant reads and see the light!
In the beginning it was green, then it was red for like 15 min and then it went green again.
My goal was to bring it as close to the dermal layers as possible, so i can get good reads - and i think i have succeed - now i need to play the Waiting game to see if it is too close to the skin
I do not recommend self installation, get it done by a trained Installer!
Did they let u keep the g3 or did u have to send it back?
They left it with me. Probably a good idea not to take returns on stuff that stuff gets stuck into you.
Nope I realized when I looked at it. It was not the right thing in the box.
Did u end up installing it anyways?
I had my
xG3 installed Saturday evening. It was installed in my left hand knife edge. My experience was mostly painless with no anesthetic. The process was recorded, but I’m uncertain on posting that. Here’s some pictures of the needle in and the site 12 hours later.
I made a post earlier but I see this is up now so probably better to post here
Implanting NExT chip - YouTube
Post away buddy, that’s what this is here for.
May 18, 2021, 6:22pm
please post the vid, if you can!! knife edge footage is super rare for some reason and it’ll be great to have as reference for other people’s installs.
I’m no expert, and the install looked like it went fine.
Just a couple of observations / suggestions for next time.
Palpate the area beforehand
Pinch and tent the skin whilst rolling skin between fingertips , you should be able to feel if there are any veins within the “tent”.
I could see in your video that it looked like there were 2 tents pitched. The pinch and roll would have eliminated that plus it would reduce the chance of piercing something you shouldn’t…
not an expert.
And it looked like everything went well.
so congrats and
and thanks for the share