Well, it’s a dildo alright.
Review: Tantus Sam O2 Dual Density Dildo
The Tantus Sam is a monster of a dildo.
Review: Tantus Goddess Handle
I feel that every dildo should come on a stick.
Review: Tantus Vibrating Velvet Harness
The Tantus Vibrating Velvet Harness is Tantus’ basic starter strap-on harness. Marketed towards beginners, this O-ring harness follows a jock type design. Does it feel like a luxurious fancy harness? No, but it works well and it’s inexpensive…
Review: Tantus Uncut #1
Sometimes I feel like Tantus is the king of all dildo companies. Not a tyrannical king, no, but a good one that listens to its people’s needs and wants.
Because this dildo meets 4 things I needed and wanted: (1) It’s silicone; (2) It features dual density firmness; (3) It’s realistic; and (4) It has a foreskin! Thank you, King Tantus, thank you!
Review: Tantus Vibrating Pack ‘n Play No.2
The Vibrating Pack ‘n Play No. 2 is a dildo designed to be both a packer and a dildo. Meant to eliminate the need to carry around two separate products, this toy is theoretically soft enough to wear beneath clothes but hard enough for penetration.
I love that this dildo looks streamlined and neat. The Vibrating Pack ‘n Play No. 2 caught my eye because it has the same body as my much-loved Mark O2. Semi-realistic and stylized, this dildo sports a lightly-veined shaft and a shiny head.
Review: Tantus T-Rex
Okay, okay… I’m not sure if you actually have to fantasize about a great big purple dinosaur while using it. But, if any of you secretly have a burning urge to do so, now is your time to shine.
Review: Tantus Mikey O2
In this world, you can put sex toys into one of three categories. (1) Sex toys that don’t work for you at all. (2) Sex toys that don’t work at first, then feel better as you get used to them. and (3) Sex toys that make you want to weep from pleasure from the moment they touch you. For me, the Tantus Mikey falls into that last (3) category. From the very first session, and every session following, this dildo has rendered me into one of those helpless it-feels-too-good-I-can’t-feel-my-legs states.
Review: Tantus Mark O2 Dildo
When I first opened up Mark, it took me a while to stop squeezing it with my hand. It’s seriously fun to squeeze. Once I got used to this new-found squishy funtime, I got around to inserting it. Thanks to its super smooth surface, it slid in without a hitch with water-based lube. There was no pulling or catching on skin to speak of. Best of all, it feels really realistic. Its head, though pronounced, didn’t scrape up painfully against my g-spot or hurt it in any way. Mark doesn’t hurt.