Review: Tantus Throb

I’m thrilled to provide my first review for!  There are a few brands that sell sex toys that I really wanted to get my hands on.  One of those is Tantus and they were kind enough to send me my first Tantus toy.  So what am I reviewing for you guys today?  The Tantus Throb.

The Run Down:

  • Toy Type: In-ie
  • Manufacture: Tantus
  • Material: Silicone
  • Size: 6″ long, 5 1/2″ insert-able and 1 1/4″ wide
  • Price: $38.00
  • Recommended Use: Use for anal or vaginal insertion
  • Pros: Very realistic looking with nice veins; 100% silicone; Easy to clean or sterilize; Soft and squishy; Non-intimidating; perfect size for me; Safe for anal play; Harness compatible
  • Cons: Box isn’t discreet
  • Overall Rating: 4.75/5
  • Recommended: Yes

The Throb comes in clear plastic packaging and it really frames your new toy. However, it does not lead to being the most discreet packaging.  It is shipped in a discreet plain box though, so don’t worry that when you receive it it’ll scream “HEY LOOK!!  I JUST BOUGHT A DILDO!”  If you like to display your toys, this box makes a good storage and display box.  I’ve choosen to keep it in a plastic baggie in my drawer with my other dildos though.

The shape and texture of the Throb

This dildo is one of the few realistic dildos that I own.  I don’t really have a preference either way, but most of my dildos are not very realistic looking.  I really love the look of the Throb though.   It has a nice head and is covered with extreme veins.  The head and texture feels heavenly when inserted.  The only problem I have is that because of the extremely veiny texture it makes it a little difficult to clean.  You have to make sure you get down in all the deep creases when you clean up your toy.

Showing the flexibility of the Throb

Throb is made of 100% seamless silicone which means besides the creases, it is very easy to clean.  You can wash it with soap and water or toy cleaner or even sterilize it with bleach or by boiling it.  You will want to make sure to use a good water based lube with it though as it can create a lot of drag.  I was also surprised at how soft and squishy the silicone is.  Most silicone toys I’ve played with have a good bit of give but are still pretty firm.  I wasn’t sure that I would enjoy the Throb just because of how soft it was, but I was pleasantly surprised. I tend not to thrust my dildos, but slide them in and use clitoral stimulation to orgasm and the squishiness of the Throb feels great to squeeze inside me.  There is also a bit of a curve to the dildo to apply light pressure on your g-spot.

Throb in my hand

The toy is 6″ in total length with 5 1/2″ being insert-able and 1 1/4″ wide.  I found it to be very non-intimating.  I am not a size queen so I have enjoyed the size of this toy.  It may very well be the perfect size for me.  That’s not to say it will be for everyone, but I really enjoy this size for a toy.

Another great thing about this dildo is it has a nice wide base.  This means it can be used anally without the worry of it getting sucked in, and since it’s silicone it can then be sterilized.   In addition to that, it can also be used in a harness.  I have the harness that comes in the Bend Over Beginner Kit and it fits well in that.

Overall, I really like this dildo.  It will probably not be big enough for some, but for me it is the perfect size.  I also enjoy the squishiness and realistic veiny texture of it.  Some people may not like that, but every toy has someone that will love it.  A big thanks to for sending me the Tantus Throb to review.  Be sure to add on Facebook for special deals and contests.

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

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