Tantus Slow Drive Review

slowdrive~I received this item for free in exchange for an honest review.~

I squealed like a little girl at a boy band concert when I first saw the Tantus Slow Drive.  It wasn’t because it was made by Tantus (even though that’s awesome), nor was it because it was a shape I haven’t encountered (which is also awesome).  It was…sigh…because it came in silver.  Yes, I wanted it because of the color.  Stop judging me.  And it’s not a bad toy.  In fact, it’s a very good toy, but unfortunately, it’s not for me.  Let’s explore, shall we?

A little bit about it: The Slow Drive is a non-vibrating G-spot dildo with a dramatic G-spot curve.  It’s made of 100% silicone, and measures on the smallish side, coming in at roughly 4 inches around and 6 inches long (5 insertable).

What I loved: The color, the color, THE COLOR!  Besides that, the Slow Drive has some great things going for it.  The silicone is beautiful, glossy and shimmery, and of course body safe and easy to clean.  The tear drop shaped base is much easier for me to hold as opposed to the standard round bases.

The shape is absolutely brilliant.  The steep angle of the end hits my G-spot with very little effort and without me having to contort to get the toy at exactly the right angle.  I’d love to see more silicone toys with the tip curved like this toy.

What I didn’t: The Slow Drive loses a couple of points for me for two reasons.  First, it’s not quite long enough or girthy enough for me to really, really love it, but the angle of the tip compensates for it.  Plus, there is a longer version of the Slow Drive, if I really wanted it.

Second, and this is the big problem for me, it’s a little too flexible.  I need very firm pressure on my G-spot, but when I try that with the Slow Drive, it ends up bending.  This has been a problem in the past with other toys.  Was I able to orgasm with the slight flexibility of the Slow Drive?  Yes.  Was it easy?  No.

Final thought: The Slow Drive sells for $44, which in my opinion is a very fair price for a high quality silicone toy, especially one from a great company like Tantus.  And even though I can see the benefits of the Slow Drive, it’s not for me or for others that need very solid pressure on their G-spots.  I would recommend it, though, to those that are new to toys or only need semi-firm G-spot pressure.

~I received this item for free in exchange for an honest review.~


Tantus Slow Drive Review — 4 Comments

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  2. Ah, I understand. I’m quite fond of my Slow Drive (I have the gorgeous teal!), and while my G-spot loves it, the lack of girth or texture means my vaginal walls are left out.

      • Not really. Some people like bigger toys, some like smaller. It doesn’t necessarily have anything to do with the state of your kegels. Mine are fairly strong, and I work them regularly, and I still don’t like smaller toys.

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