Today I’m going to review a currently limited edition product from Tantus. This is one of the products that they debuted at Catalyst Con this year. So what do I have today? I have the Tantus Sport in silver!
The Run Down:
- Toy Type: Dildo
- Manufacturer: Tantus
- Materials: Silicone
- Size: 6″ in length, 5.5″ insertable length, 1″-1.25″ in diameter
- Price: $42.00
- Pros: Awesome colors; Harness compatible; Good curve; Works well for my g-spot; Not too huge
- Cons: Bit of a lint/hair magnet; May be too small for some
- Overall Rating: something/5
- Recommended: Yes, I don’t think there has been a Tantus product that I wouldn’t recommend
Because I’m a pretty awesome blogger (if I do say so myself) I actually got my hands on the Tantus Sport at CatalystCon, as I mentioned earlier. However, I did not have any packaging with it. However, I would guess that the packaging would be very similar to other Tantus products. To find out more about the packaging on most Tantus products, check out my review of the Goddess.
The Sport itself is about 6″ in total length with 5.5″ being insertable. Tantus lists it as a medium size dildo, though I would say it’s on the small end of medium. The diameter varies along the length from 1″ to about 1.25″ at the widest. There is a slight curve to very end and ends in a small bulb, which is where you will find the 1.25″ diameter. To my great excitement, it’s also not pink or purple. In fact, the color I have is silver and it, along with the rest of the limited edition line, are also available in teal and lime. And of course, it’s the usual awesome Tantus Silicone. It is a bit of a hair and lint magnet, but it’s fairly easy to clean. Soap and water, toy cleaner, bleach it, boil it, the usual. Also remember to use a good water-based lube with it, since there is some drag to the surface.
The shape is nice, not to big, not too curved. I think that since the size is on the smaller side of medium, it is a very versatile toy. I quite enjoy it for vaginal and the bulb works well for my g-spot. The smaller size also allows me to not do as much warm up to enjoy it. However, since the silicone is fairly flexible so if you require a lot of pressure on your g-spot, it may not work for you. Since it’s on the smaller size, it may also work well for anal. It’s also harness compatible, but the base differs from other dildos, even other Tantus dildos I have that are harness compatible. Most dildos that fit in a harness have a circular base. The Sport on the other hand, like the rest of the limited edition line, has a tear drop shaped base. The base is about 2.5″ from rounded part to tip and about 2″ wide. My favorite harness has three snaps to hold the O-ring in and they are in a Y shape. This means the pointed part will poke through the V part of the Y, so there are no problems with it fitting into harnesses.
Overall, I quite like the Sport. The length works great for me and I love the metallic color. Another good thing is that if you like the shape of the Sport, but wish it had a bit more length, Tantus offers the Sport Long. It’s the same shape and diameters, but you get an extra 2 inches (for 7.5″) of insertable length. If you need something a bit smaller in diameter and length, especially for some pegging for a newbie-er bum, the Warm Up could be a great option. It is only 1″ in diameter and has 4.5″ of insertable length. Also in the limited edition collection is the Slow Drive and Slow Dive Long. These are the same diameter but it has a more pronounced hook instead of the slightly curved bulb. Whatever your size preference or shape preference, you are likely to find something you love with the new Limited Edition collection from Tantus.
*This review was sponsored by Tantus, the product was sent to me free of charge to provide my honest opinion with no form of compensation*