Tantus Splash Review

~I received this item at a discount in exchange for an honest review.~

Tantus has always been on my sex blogging radar.  Most bloggers sing in praise of their high-quality, silicone products.  One day, I wondered how many of their products I already owned.  Five?  Ten?  I checked my toy box and was shocked.  One.  Just one.  Just the Ace that I bought long ago, when I first started exploring toys.  I owned one product from one of the most reputable, sex-positive, customer friendly, quality companies.  How did I let this happen?  This must be fixed!  I set my sights on the Splash.

A little bit about it:  The Splash is a textured, silicone dildo that is O-ring compatible.  It starts with a wide, pearly white head about 5.5″ around (by my measurements) that tapers down in size until it reaches the purple base, totaling about 7.5″ long.  It’s covered with texture that changes as it goes down.  Near the top, there is a series of mild ridges, followed by smooth, raised drip designs.  Past the drips where the color changes from white to purple, the texture also changes from smooth to slightly rough, almost grainy.  I know “grainy” doesn’t sound like a very pleasant texture, but it’s the closest word I can come up with to describe it.  It’s not an uncomfortable texture, just different from the super smooth drips.

What I loved:  The Splash is one of those toys that’s both simple and elegant.  The smooth drips are just present enough to be felt, but not so much texture that I find it overwhelming.  It’s almost a massage kind of feeling that stimulates all over, instead of just one specific spot.  The drips are kind of like elevator music: it’s pleasant, but not the main event.

The ridges near the head, meanwhile, command a little more attention, but still not so much that they are uncomfortable.  The ridges aren’t very deep, but combined with the gentle curve of the shaft they are simply amazing for G-spot stimulation.  The ridges drag across my G-spot, but in a good way.

The firmness is just right.  I’m one of the many people that need firm pressure on my G-spot to get any sort of sensation out of it.  The Splash is firm enough to deliver, but at the same time, the silicone has a little bit of give so it’s not completely unforgiving.

The size is wonderful.  The head, shaft girth and shaft length are large enough to be filling, but not so huge that it’s unwieldy or challenging.  Please note that I do tend to like larger toys, so my “not huge” may not be your “not huge.”  However, I will say that if I had to classify it, I would say that the Splash is a toy on the larger side of medium.  For me, that makes it a great go-to dildo when I want great stimulation but don’t want something so big that it takes a warm-up.

What I didn’t like:  I don’t really have something to say here, but if I were pressed, I guess I would say that it would be nice if it came in other colors.  Purple/white mix is the only option at the time of this review.

Final thought:  Worth it.  The Splash runs about $80, which I know sounds like a lot for a toy that doesn’t even vibrate.  I thought so, too, at first, but I was quickly won over.  The size, shape, texture, all of it is just perfect.  I don’t have to say this toy is good for ____, but not good for _____.  It’s filling but not overly so, has great texture but not to the point that it’s irritating, great for G-spotting, and is firm enough to allow pressure with just a bit of pleasant give.  It’s easy to clean, body safe, will last a really, really long time, and is just fantastic.  It’s easy to buy a curved dildo from another company for less, but I guarantee that it won’t compare to safety or quality.

 

~I received this item at a discount in exchange for an honest review.~


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