I love your install pics! Always looks like a total bloody mess, but always works out fine
Do we already have a name for the placement of your xg3?
no, i didnt really wanted to install it today.
but blood splattered on the pouch so i thought in some days its not sterile anymore…
screenshot from the install vid:
blood on xg3 pouch
here is one camera angle. i need someone who is up cutting both cameras together for a splitscreen vid. my laptop keeps crashing while trying.
i used some other needles, dt flex needle was not included and mine are eo sterilised. they are a little short but it worked out like expected
I think it went in a bit close to the bone.
Its a NexT chip can I can’t pick up with hf or lf on my Proxmark ?
How along ago was it installed?
That should be okay. My xSiiD is parallel to the bone and fairly close. i have no issue with it. How Long ago was it installed?
Look at this happy little install.
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Really solid install of a NExT!
One of the things that I consistently see is the idea of the needle getting inserted all the way and then the plunger being pushed in as the needle is retracted. The more sensible approach would be to insert the needle all the way up to the hub, then retract it about 10 to 12 mm, then stopping and pressing the plunger down completely, then extracting the needle completely. That way you know you’ve left enough space for the chip and you’re not trying to deal with two moving parts at the same time.
There’s a good reason installers do that: that movement is done with the plunger - and therefore the chip - fixed with respect to the hand, and the rest of the syringe / needle is pulled back.
Whether installers do it right or wrong is another matter. Most people seem happy enough with the result though.
Yeah this was the idea and actually what I wrote in the original instructions… however, nobody can seem to keep the plunger properly static while sliding back the needle. It seemed ridiculously overcomplicated anyway, so I revised the guide to just retracting the needle and then pushing the plunger. It’s so easy a monkey could do it, and there’s literally no down side to doing it this way vs the complicated dual moving parts way.
For my first install, neither my installer nor I had read your guide - for the simple reason that I was implanting an IAR and I didn’t know about DT, and the installer didn’t know about implants at all - and the installer figured that the best course of action was to ram the needle in up to the point I had specified, then squeeze the plunger and my index finger together, then pull the syringe out. It made complete sense and it worked dandy - at least it would’ve if the chip hadn’t come out with the syringe for reasons unknown.
A few weeks ago, got a pay and an xG3 in my ring finger
This is how it’s going
It might look that way, just by the way the video was edited! But I remember specifically guiding her as she did the install, I’ll try see if I can get the full video…
I thought I saw someone already compliment your tattoo, but just incase
that looks really cool love how the colors came out
I’m a sucker for little tattoos like that, that are small and tasteful, but always visible to the owner
( I have both small quotes on the undersides of both my wrists)
if you haven’t already, an xSIID would look cool underneath
Here’s an old picture from these events.
The scars are almost invisible now. My skin is also very dry from all of the pandemic hand washing and antibacterial gel… And I’m thinking of getting that xEM autoclaved and reinstalled but in a slightly more distal position.
I’m going to end up with even more pictures to post here in the future.