Review: Tantus Splish

SexShop.net contacted me a while back, but I was currently out of the country.  I finally got around to contacting them again and they were kind enough to send me the new Tantus Splish to review.

The Run Down:

  • Toy Type:  In-ie; Strap-on compatible
  • Manufacturer:  Tantus
  • Materials:  Silicone
  • Size:  4.75″ total length; 4.5″ insert-able length; 1″ diameter
  • Price:  $53.99
  • Pros:  Neat color and look; Good for anal; Strap-on compatible; Easy to clean
  • Cons:  Packing takes up a bit of space; A bit on the small size; Attracts lint
  • Overall Rating: 4.5/5
  • Recommended: Yes

tantus splish from sexshop.net

The package

The Splish comes in the standard Tantus packaging.  It’s a rectangular plastic box that’s clear with red writing on it.  The toy is displayed in a plastic holder inside.  These boxes will stack great, but they still tend to take up a lot of space.  I would like to see a little storage bag or something included for those of us with limited space.

The toy itself is much smaller than I imagined.  It’s only about 4.75″ in total length and around 4.5″ are insert-able.  It’s also fairly narrow at only 1″ in maximum diameter.  It’s made from solid pearly dual tone silicone that’s fairly squishy and bendy.  The silicone is like many other Tantus toys I’ve had.  It has a shiny finish and does seem to attract a bit of lint, though not quite as much as my Tantus Acute.  You may want to give it a quick wipe with a toy wipe or run under the facet before using it.  It is fairly easy to clean, though you may want to pay some attention to the grooves and I’d stick to using only a water based lube with it.

tantus splish from sexshop.net

The Splish

The shape of the Splish is supposed to look like, to me at least, a small splash of water (a splish!).  It has a slight curve and some ripples at the top which turn in to lines that run down the length of the toy.  It reminds me of little rivulets of wax running down a tall candle.  I do enjoy the curve, and while the texture isn’t extreme, I like it.  I also like the color.  It fades from a pearly purple to a pearly white and just looks neat.  The base is pretty solid base that makes it anal safe and strap-on compatible.  I think it would be a good anal dildo because it does have a smaller diameter, at least for beginners.  While I enjoy it, I do wish it were a bit girthier, but I believe that’s the main difference between the Splish and the Splash (cleaver naming).

Overall, I like the Tantus Splish.  It’s pretty and a general good additional to the collection.  I have plans on using this for pegging with anal beginners, since it is nice and small.  I also may invest in the Tantus Splash, it’s always good to have a matching set right?  Be sure to check out other strap-on and regular dildos at SexShop.net.

*This review was sponsored by SexShop.net, the product was sent to me free of charge to provide my honest opinion with no form of compensation*

 

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