Realistic dildos have never really been my thing. Yes, I have them, but I don’t really seek them out. Typically, the more fanciful ones hold my interest and I bypass “realistic” ones, as they often end up looking more comic than real. But then I saw the Uncut #1, and it changed everything.
A little bit about it: The Tantus Uncut #1 is a realistic silicone dildo, meant to resemble an uncircumsized penis, thus, “uncut.” The silicone is dual density, with a soft and squishy outside and a slightly more rigid core. It is roughly 7.5 inches of insertable length, and 5.5 inches around at the widest point of the head.
What I loved: The Uncut seems to transcend what is a simple dildo and move into the realm of art. It’s not just detailed. It’s detailed. Tantus did an amazing job sculpting what is one of the most realistically styled dildos I have ever seen. Generally speaking, realistic toys seem to be ridiculous affairs. Their coloring is exaggerated, the veining and wrinkles swollen and odd to the point that they look like cock caricatures. The Uncut #1, however, keeps the realism without the silliness.
Everything is carefully crafted on the Uncut. It has everything from the slit on the cock head to the foreskin with the head just ever so slightly peeking out. The wrinkles and veins are clearly there but in a way that’s closer to reality, and not so cartoonish. They even crafted skin texture right down to the pores. It’s not just realistic, it’s hyper realistic.
I’ve always gravitated towards unrealistic toys, whether they be artistic, beautiful, unique, or even kind of utilitarian. The Uncut changed the way I look at realistic dildos, and although most are still kind of silly looking to me, I’m excited to see what kind of realistic awesomeness Tantus comes out with next. But then again, I’ve never tried any of their dildos that I wasn’t an immediate fan of.
But enough about the aesthetics. I could go on and on about how detailed and beautiful it is, but how well it works is also extremely important. The outside is soft and squishy (I may have wandered around for a bit, just squishing it in my fingers. You practically have to when touching dual density silicone), while the inside is firmer, but not rock solid. The shaft still has a fair amount of give and bend to it, instead of it being completely rigid.
Typically I need something completely rigid to work for me to produce a G-spot orgasm, but the size and shape of the head allows me to reach climax easily without the shaft needing to be solid. It’s not completely firm, but firm enough.
What I didn’t: If I had to pick one thing to complain about, it’s that the amount of detail makes it slightly more difficult to clean, so be prepared to take a few extra moments.
Final thought: The Tantus Uncut #1 sells for about $114, which might seem like a lot for a non-vibrating toy. But, unlike dildos made of lesser materials, it won’t degrade or melt into other toys, and will hold up to what will likely be a lifetime of use with proper care. Their asking price is more than fair for what they are providing and I highly recommend this one for a toybox staple.
~I received this item for free in exchange for an honest review.~