Saturday, 26 November 2011

Pleasurists Edition 157



The lovers are crazy by tasteofomi


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Thursday, 24 November 2011

Fairy Pocket Mini Massage Wand

I’ve been trying to get my hands on one of the Fairy massagewands for some time, but they weren’t available in the UK. That was until sextoys.co.uk started stocking them, and kindly sent me one to review. I chose the Pocket Mini Fairy, which is a small sized wand with two speed settings, and is powered by a rechargeable battery. Even though I like the power and stimulation area a normal sized wand offers, I’ve found them a bit tricky to work with due to their size and weight, making more direct stimulation to areas such as the clitoris difficult. To be fair, larger wands don’t really need to be precise to make most people orgasm, but I do prefer to have the option for more localised stimulation, and the ability to use other toys, without having to invest in attachments. I have had a few experiences with similar sized wands to the Pocket Mini Fairy but these have been battery powered, so I was eager to see how the strength of the rechargeable compared.



The massager arrives in a small pink box, with silhouettes of fairies printed onto it. On the side you will find pictures of a few of the other wands available from the Fairy Series. You will also find two images of the product’s charging port and light-up feature to show it’s charging. The Pocket Mini is powered by a rechargeable lithium battery, which takes 90 minutes to charge and lasts for approximately 70 minutes.  There isn’t a lot of information about the wand found on the packaging, and what little information there is, is in Japanese. The box is sealed with a foil sticker so you will be able to tell if your product has been tampered with. The toy is resting on a plastic insert; you will also find an optional fabric wrist strap which has ‘Fairy Pocket Mini’ printed on it.



The Wand’s head has a smooth silicone cover, with five grooves running around the bottom of the cover. The silicone cover isn’t removable, and is unlikely to break away from the toy. The main body of the toy is made from a white plastic with a pink fairy printed onto it, the product name, and the brand’s logo. Connecting the main body and the head of the toy is a spring shaft covered with rubber-like material. The spring shaft is fairly flexible, but not as flexible as on some wands I’ve used. It also sometimes makes a slight noise when being moved around. Overall, the toy is built pretty solidly, and is better quality than the mini battery powered wands I’ve tried. There is one problem with the wand, and that’s the charging port; it’s covered by a removable piece of silicone which could easily get lost if you’re not careful. I feel they could’ve made this so it stayed attached to the product while you are charging it, similar to the charging covers found on other electrical devices, where you pull them out and rotate to gain access. The Pocket Mini is very light weight and fits into the palm of the hand easily. Its total length is just less than 6 inches; the head is 1 inch in length, and the flexible spring is ½ an inch long. The circumference of the head is just less than 3.5 inches, which some may feel is a little large for clitoral stimulation, when compared with a bullet vibrator or a pointed tip toy.

The Wand has two vibration intensity settings which are controlled by a sliding switch. It has some texture, making changing the setting easy. Both settings are very strong and quieter than I had expected. The motor is fairly smooth sounding, with only a slight rumbling. I have noticed that the toy does make a slight high pitch electrical screech when turned on; this can also be heard while the toy is charging.




You will need a plug adaptor for a Japanese and USA plug to charge the toy within the UK. The surface of the adaptor needs to be smooth; I know some will have a ring of plastic circling the jack points, but this will get in the way when trying to plug in the AC adaptor provided with the Fairy. Due to this I had to order an appropriate adaptor before I could try out my new toy.




When I was finally able to charge my new massager, I couldn’t wait. I plugged it into the power supply, the bottom of the toy lit up a bluey white colour, and it charged within 90 minutes. Once charged the toy stops glowing. Unlike some rechargeable toys, the Pocket Mini’s vibrations don’t gradually become weaker when it’s running out of charge, the motors just turn off. Simply plug into the charging port and wait 90 minutes, and you’re set to go once again.




The Fairy Pocket Mini is very powerful considering the size. It’s not as powerful as a mains powered toy, but so far it’s one of the most powerful rechargeable toys I’ve tried. For such a dainty toy, I’m hugely impressed. When holding the toy during use, the vibrations can be felt throughout the whole toy, but unlike some toys they are mainly focused in the head, meaning that the vibrations don’t irritate my grip. I first tested the toy out as a general body massager and found that even though the spring shaft is flexible, it still keeps good control when pressure is applied. The vibrations offered from the Pocket Mini work well at easing away muscular aches. When using the toy for more intimate stimulation, I was able to position the head comfortably onto my clitoris. I found the first vibration setting to be very strong, and it caused me to experience a clitoral orgasm within a few minutes. The first setting works exceedingly well if you want to use the textured grooves as added stimulation, but when massaging the clitoris with the grooves on the higher setting, I found it uncomfortable. The higher setting is perfect for producing those intensely strong orgasms. When using the toy at the maximum setting I found that it only took about 1-2 minutes for me to orgasm, and no additional stimulation was needed.



As the toy isn’t as flexible as some smaller wands, I’m not sure how effective it’ll be when used with a partner during sex. I don’t really want to try mine out during sex, as I’m worried about the spring neck getting damaged.



Cleaning the toy is easy, but be careful, as it isn’t waterproof. Simply get a damp cloth to wipe the head clean, and pay a little extra attention to the indented grooves.  The material that coats the spring neck seems to attract dirt, so you’ll probably want to wipe that down too.




Overall, I’m really glad I finally got my hands on a Fairy Pocket Mini, and will be looking into purchasing more from the Fairy Wand Series. I prefer the compact size and power of the Pocket Mini to my larger mains powered wand, though I doubt it’ll replace it completely. My mains powered wand is much stronger, but I’m now happy to put it away, rather than having it constantly out by a plug socket for emergencies; I’ll now have the Fairy either slipped in my pocket or bag at all times. 









Wednesday, 23 November 2011

Impulse Triple Tease Platinum Collection

This month, California Exotics sent me the Impulse Triple Tease Platinum Collection rabbit vibrator, which is a vibrator with three motors; one for the clitoris, and two on the main shaft for internal stimulation. The vibrator is designed for extra stimulation aimed at the G-spot, when compared to a standard vibrator.




The toy arrives in a clear box with product information printed in various places. There are a lot of functions for this toy, so it feels like there’s a lot going on on the box. The toy has three motors, one being aimed at the G-spot; it has a random function button, an On/Off button, and three rows of non-jamming rotating beads, is waterproof, and made from skin safe materials. On the box, the toy has a lot of promising features, but I wondered how well the three motors would work together.


 When removing the toy from the plastic box, I found it resting on a plastic insert. The first thing I noticed about the toy was the smell - rather sweet and fruity. I decided to contact Cal Exotics for more information on the product material, as I know that some materials which smell contain nasties such as phthalates. The vibrator is made from TPE, which is thermoplastic elastomer, and it is phthalate free. The smell does go away after a few washes, but it may put off people who are sensitive to strong scents. The toy is rather large. Due to two motors in the shaft, one powering the rotating beads, and the other a bullet style vibrator positioned on top of the bead chamber, it’s a rather girthy toy. Not only is the main shaft girthy, but the rabbit style clitoral stimulator is rather large, making me wonder whether it’d be too large to actually stimulate my clitoris, as it might sit too high-up on my body. The toy is 9.5 inches in total length, with 4.5 inches of insertable shaft. The clitoral stimulator is 3 inches in length, and there is about 1 inch distance between it and the main shaft. It’s also rather flexible. The rabbit style clitoral stimulator has three protruding prongs, compared to the standard two rabbit ears. I thought this was good, as sometimes the standard rabbit ears can miss my clitoris.



The main shaft has a curved tip which is ideal for the G-spot, which wiggles about when turned on. Lower down the shaft you will find the rotating beads and the added bullet aimed at G-spot stimulation. To me, upon inspection, this extra G-spot bullet is too low down on the shaft to add any extra stimulation to the G-spot. At the tip of the shaft the toy’s girth is approximately 4.5 inches, and lower down the shaft where the beads and bullet are found, the girth is 5.25 inches. I have one major problem with the rotating bead chamber, and that is the material for the chamber casing is too thin and flexible, meaning that I am able to pinch the TPE round the beads, therefore stopping them from rotating. I also found that the bullet positioned on top of this chamber can sometimes be pushed between the beads, and therefore jam them. Not only do the beads get jammed by the material and the bullet, but there is a metal disc above the rotating shaft that I suspect can pierce through the material, if enough pressure is applied. The internal chamber also seems to suffer from a condensation problem.


At the bottom of the toy there is a control panel, encased in a metallic coated plastic, which seems to scratch easily. There are a total of five buttons; three for the clitoral stimulator, and two for controlling the main shaft.  Only the clitoral bullet has an actual On/Off function, which makes the packaging slightly misleading. When reading the product information, I assumed the auto-off button would turn the whole toy off. The clitoral bullet has seven functions, including four pulsation and escalation settings. There is also the option of a randomising button. This button is labelled as ‘Hot’. Again I found this misleading, as to me, a button that’s labelled as ‘Hot’ makes me think the toy has a heating function, but it doesn’t. The main shaft has three strength settings, which are controlled by two arrow buttons.  The clitoral bullet’s vibrations range from weak to moderately strong. The bullet isn’t overly loud. The main shaft’s intensity is ok, but I was expecting it to be a little stronger due to the added bullet. The main shaft’s beads make quite a bit of noise, and when the bullet is lightly pressed against the rotating beads, the noise becomes louder. The toy takes four AAA batteries, which it uses up very quickly, and if you leave them inside the toy while turned off, it still seems to drain them.


When using the toy I decided to place a condom over it. I found the shape of the tip slid into my vagina easily and the curved tip hit my G-spot. The lower down bullet didn’t hit anywhere near my G-spot, but provided a small amount of stimulation to my vaginal entrance. I found that once the toy was inserted I was able to jam the toy by clenching my pelvic floor muscles. The toy also jammed when I used it in thrusting and rocking motions. For me, this is a big problem; I enjoy thrusting and rocking motions when stimulating my G-spot. Yes, the tip of the shaft does wiggle, but it’s not firm enough to bring me to orgasm. Also, I find that when I get close to orgasm, my pelvic floor muscles with spontaneously spasm, meaning that the toy will stop working in those vital moments before climax. Much to my surprise, the clitoral stimulator did its job quite well, and the addition of an extra ear made it more pleasurable than the standard rabbit. The vibrations weren’t strong enough to bring me to orgasm however.

Cleaning the toy is easy, as it is waterproof. The toy does attract dirt, so it’s best to store it in its box. The material clings to hair, so if you have long hair, be careful not to get the toy tangled up in it.


Overall, the toy does have some promising features, such as the three pronged clitoral stimulator and the curved tip. But because the rotating shaft jams easily, despite its claims, it ends up ruining the whole experience of using the toy. I also found it inconvenient that it eats up batteries so quickly. Personally, I’m not sure if I would recommend this toy. If the beaded chamber was made from less flexible material, I feel it would work, and be a good rabbit. However, I also wonder why the toy’s shaft forms condensation inside it. For me, this just has too many problems, from its overall build quality, to how safe and hygienic it would be in the long run.






You can find this toy on the Cal Exotics website here.

Thursday, 17 November 2011

GiveLubes Premium Aqua Gel

Give Lube is a new brand of lubricant designed to be used by anyone, even people with sensitive skin. When buying lubricants I tend to try and find one which is kind and gentle to my body. I suffer from sensitive skin, and have found that some lubricants cause me to develop a rash. I also try and avoid lubricants that will upset my PH balance. Aqua Gel doesn’t contain glycerine, so it shouldn’t cause any unwanted nasties such as thrush. GiveLubes Premium Aqua Gel contains Aloe Vera and Panthenol for added skin care.


Aqua Gel is a water based lubricant which is suitable to use with most sex toys, including silicone ones. It’s also suitable to use with latex condoms.


I actually had to look up what Panthenols are. Panthenol is basically a B5 vitamin. It acts as a skin moisturiser, helping to relieve itching, as well as pre-existing skin conditions. Also, when mixed with other ingredients, it can help in skin absorbency. So to me, this made the lubricant seem promising, as not only should it be kind to my sensitive skin, but it also shouldn’t leave that tacky feeling that you get with some lubricants.


Ingredients: Aqua (water), Butylene Glycol, Propylene Glycol, Hydroxyethylcellulose, Panthenol, Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Juice, Lactic Acid.



The Aqua Gel can be purchased in three different sized bottles. I received the smallest bottle which is 30ml. I rather like the packing this lubricant arrives in; it is small, sturdy, and stylish. The stylish design and compact size means that you are able to keep it in a travel bag, or even out on the side of the dressing table. It reminds me of the packaging some deodorants come in, the more masculine ones, as it’s a black bottle, with silver and blue printed onto it. The lubricant dispenses through a flip cap; simply flip the cap open, tip and squeeze the bottle. The lid does seem to be pretty secure compared to some lubricant bottles, and the bottle itself doesn’t allow too much lubricant out when squeezed. The lubricant has a few years of shelf life, and once opened it will keep fresh for up to 12 months.



I must admit, that when receiving a sample of Aqua Gel, I thought the lubricant would be of a thick Gel consistency, especially as it contains Aloe Vera. It’s actually very thin compared to most lubricants I’ve used. I decided to do a patch test on a small area of my skin to see if the lubricant would cause any irritation. The lubricant has a slight earthy/herbal aroma to it; it’s not too overpowering. When applying the lubricant to dry skin, I noticed that it felt kind of greasy. This made me feel that the lubricant wouldn’t be absorbed easily, leaving that undesired oily sheen. After massaging it into my skin, I was surprised to find that the lubricant didn’t leave any undesired tackiness. Not only was it absorbed nicely, but it left my skin with a slightly moisturised feel.  After doing the patch test, I found that it didn’t upset my skin. The lubricant seems to have a very mild taste, which I can only describe as, being a mixture between bitter and sweet.


When using the lubricant during masturbation, I found that it did mix well with my vaginal fluids. When mixed with my natural moistures I found that it didn’t have that same greasy feeling that it had when rubbed into dry skin. The lubricant didn’t dry out too quickly, but when it did dry out, I0 was able to reactivate it with a small amount of saliva. Personally I wouldn’t advise using this lubricant for anal, as it’s a very thin lubricant, almost similar to water.




Even though I received a small bottle of this lubricant, I feel that it’ll last a long time. You only need a small amount of it compared to some lubricants. When first using the lubricant, I applied too much, and found that it made the area a little too slippery. The lubricant doesn’t seem to drip or run, which surprised me considering how thin the consistency is. Once applied to an area it will stay there, unless water is added to the mixture.


The lubricant washes off easily with soap and water. I feel it’s not suited to underwater play.


Overall, I like this lubricant, but it’s a little too thin to use for some sexual activities, such as anal, or in the bath. It mixes well with my natural moistures and doesn’t upset my body in any way. I think, as the small bottle is very convenient for travel compared to a lot of other smaller sized lubricants, I will be keeping a bottle in my bag or coat pocket when out. It’s far more suitable than stashing individual sachets. 






Thank you to Give Lube for sending me this sample for my review. You can find additional product information on their website here


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Wednesday, 16 November 2011

Tantus Flurry

The Flurry O2 is a dual density silicone G-spot dildo by Tantus. Tantus’s O2 silicone is designed to have a firm inner core, and soft outer layer, giving it a more realistic feel. The dildo is meant to resemble a penis with a foreskin; a lot of sex toys tend to lack the detailing of a foreskin, so I was very interested to see how the raised ridge would feel when stimulating my G-spot. Even with the raised head and foreskin, the toy doesn’t look overly intimidating compared to some realistic sex toys





The Flurry arrives in a clear plastic box with a small amount of product information printed onto it – this is the standard Tantus packaging. Inside the box the Flurry is resting in a plastic clamshell. The Flurry is similar in size to a standard penis, being approximately 4.5 inches in circumference and with 7 inches of insertable shaft. At the bottom of the toy there is a thick flared base, making the toy anal safe, as well as harness compatible with some O-rings. The toy is made from ultra-premium platinum silicone; that means it’s non-toxic, hypoallergenic, odourless, tasteless and phthalate free. The Flurry O2 consists of two layers of platinum silicone. The inside layer is firm, slightly firmer than an actual penis, and the outer layer is soft and pliable similar to the skin found on a penis. The tip of the toy is tapered and sculpted to look like the glans of a penis; there isn’t a firm inner core at the tip of the toy, which makes the head feel very soft and slightly bouncy. Just below the head is another raised ridge, similar to a foreskin, but slightly bigger than most foreskins as it protrudes outwards as much as the head found on the toy. The foreskin-like ridge almost makes the toy look as if it has two heads stacked on top of each other. The lower ridge offers some flexibility and is able to be pinched and pushed around. Unlike a real foreskin it won’t roll over the head of the toy – though I’m yet to find a toy that has a functional foreskin. The outer layer of silicone on the main shaft is a little thinner than I was expecting. I feel that it needs to be a tad thicker to make it feel closer to a realistic penis. The silicone does produce mild drag, and even though the size of the toy isn’t overly challenging, you’ll probably need additional lubrication when inserting the toy to make the ridges feel more comfortable. To me the silicone doesn’t feel realistic unless it has been dusted with corn flour.



The Flurry O2 is available in three colours known as Twilight, Candy, and Ice. I received the toy in the Twilight shade, which is made from a deep purple inner core with a frosted white outer layer. This gives the toy a beautiful misty appearance. 




When using the Flurry I found that additional lubrication was needed prior to insertion. The silicone does seem to eat up moisture, so you may want to keep a bottle handy. The head of the toy easily entered my vagina. I experienced a small amount of discomfort when the foreskin-like ridge brushed against the first few inches of the vagina. The toy’s ridges did occasionally massage my G-spot, but I found that this wasn’t consistent enough. I feel that if the shaft was slightly curved, rather than straight, then it would’ve worked better for stimulating my G-spot. However, I feel that the raised ridges will be better at stimulating other people’s G-spots, as everyone’s anatomy is different. I found that the Flurry was perfect for deeper vaginal stimulation and A-spot massaging. Due to the soft head, I was able to use the toy in as gentle or vigorous thrusting motion as I liked, without worrying about it bruising my cervix. I enjoyed the feeling of the head of the toy bouncing against my vaginal walls. The Flurry did eventually bring me to a strong orgasm, but I found it took a bit longer than some toys. Removing the toy was easier than I had expected. Due to the slight discomfort I experienced during insertion, I had expected it to feel mildly uncomfortable, but it wasn’t.


The O2 silicone also holds temperatures well; not only will it warm to your own body heat, but you can heat it in a bowl of warm water prior to use, giving it a more realistic sensation.


I do have one complaint about the Flurry. This is a problem I’ve experienced with most Tantus toys, and that is the base is a little uncomfortable and tiring to hold when using the toy. The base does have its advantages though, making the toy anal safe and harness compatible.


Cleaning the Flurry is easy. Simply wash it in warm water with your standard anti bacterial wash. The Flurry can also be boiled, sterilized, bleached, and put into the dishwasher. You will want to store the Flurry in its packaging, as the silicone attracts dust. To make the toy feel more realistic in texture, just dust it with a small amount of corn flour after cleaning.


Overall, the Flurry is a great average sized dildo. If you like toys that offer deeper stimulation, without the worry of bruising your cervix, then the Flurry is worth considering. Even though it didn’t stimulate my G-spot, it was still an exceptionally enjoyable toy to use. I really do like the Tantus O2 silicone, and think it’s something worth investing in if you like realistic feeling, good quality sex toys.





Thanks to Lovehoney for providing me with this Tantus Flurry for my review. You can find the Tantus Flurry here.

Monday, 14 November 2011

Pleasurists Edition 155



I need nothing more than…. by Rockroehre


Welcome to Pleasurists, a round-up of the adult product and sex toy reviews that came out in the last seven days.  If you like what you see and want more of it be sure to follow our RSS Feed and Twitter.

Did you miss Pleasurists 154?  Read it all here.  Do you have a review for Pleasurists 156? Be sure to read the submission guidelines and then use the submission form to submit before Sunday November 13th @ 11:59pm Pacific.

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On to the reviews:

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Adult Books/Games


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Sunday, 6 November 2011

Pleasurists Edition 154



suspenders – 2 by inextremo


Welcome to Pleasurists, a round-up of the adult product and sex toy reviews that came out in the last seven days.  If you like what you see and want more of it be sure to follow our RSS Feed and Twitter.

Did you miss Pleasurists 153?  Read it all here.  Do you have a review for Pleasurists 155? Be sure to read the submission guidelines and then use the submission form to submit before Sunday November 6th @ 11:59pm Pacific.

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Editor

Scarlet Lotus

On to the reviews:

Vibrators


Dildos


Anal Toys


Sleeves, Rings, & etc.


Lube, Massage Oil, Bath Stuff, & etc.


BDSM/Fetish


Adult Books/Games


Adult DVDs & Porn


Lingerie


Miscellaneous



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Saturday, 5 November 2011

Tantus Cush

I’ve wanted the Cush before it even became available in the UK, and as soon as I was offered the chance to review one for Lovehoney, I jumped at the opportunity. For me it’s one of the most exciting toys I’ve been asked to review, as I prefer using and writing about dildos, and in particular Tantus toys. The Cush is a beautiful semi-realistic, above average girth dildo, made from Tantus’s unique blend of silicone known as O2. O2 silicone is designed to have a firm core, and a squishy outer layer, which is meant to give a closer resemblance to a real penis than your bog-standard silicone would – some might even compare O2 silicone to jelly or rubber toys, but it isn’t really the same. The Cush is designed to stimulate the G-spot, while having soft ridges lower on the shaft that are meant to caress the vulva and vaginal entrance.



When the Cush arrived the first thing I did was admire it. It’s rare for me to admire a toy like I did with the Cush, every now and again going to poke it, and being in awe of its cushiness; I felt like a big kid running up to it every now and again, and just poking it and running away with a playful smile – I’m sure I’m not the only one who has reacted this was to a Tantus O2 product.



The Cush arrives in the standard Tantus packaging, which is a clear plastic box, with a plastic clamshell inside keeping the toy secure. The toy is made from ultra-premium platinum silicone; that means it’s non-toxic, hypoallergenic, odourless, tasteless and phthalate free. The Cush is an above average sized toy and is ideal for size queens and kings - aka people who enjoy large toys - though I feel that intermediate dildo users shouldn’t find the Cush too challenging, compared to other dildos made from different materials and/or silicone blends. The Cush is approximately 7.5 inches in length, with 7 inches of insertable shaft. At the tip there is a large head which is slightly pointed, and is just over two inches in length. Below the head is a curved ridge that dips down a further 2.5 inches on the shaft, meaning that the toy offers 5 inches of ridge and raised textured stimulation. The head of the toy resembles the glans on a penis and has 5.75 inches of girth at the widest point. The rest of toys shaft is about 5 inches in girth. Even though this is a straight shaft toy it is still rather flexible. It’s not like some toys that are too flexible to use, but just flexible enough to use comfortably. I would say the inner core is slightly firmer than a real penis, but the outer layer of silicone is plushier. The outer silicone is soft; I’m able to push down onto the tip by a few centimetres, and it’ll comfortably bounce back up without damaging the toy. I’m also able to pinch the lower ridge with my fingers and wiggle it around. The silicone makes a slight static noise when rubbed against dry skin, causing a small amount of friction. Due to this, combined with the size of the toy, you will probably need additional lubrication. 







The outer layer silicone doesn’t feel overly realistic to me, but it’s more realistic than some dildos I’ve used. It’s slightly thicker and softer than found on my Tantus Adam, and reminds me more of squidgy fat areas on the human body, rather than the textures found on a penis. I’ve found that dusting the toy with a small amount of cornstarch makes it feel closer to skin found on the penis. 


To me the Cush is a beautiful looking toy. It’s not overly phallic-like, and I like how all the colours have a solid colour core with a frosted white outer core, giving the toy an appearance similar to if it had been airbrushed.



When using the Cush I was worried that the softness of the outer core would make the tip difficult to insert, but after a small amount of foreplay and lubrication the head of the toy easily entered my vagina. I was actually very surprised how easy the Cush was to insert; normally I have problems using larger girth toys and need a lot more foreplay and lubrication. The Cush was even easier to insert than the Adam, and the Adam is actually slightly smaller. You may still wish to have a bottle of lubricant ready while using the Cush, as the matte silicone can absorb moisture. The head of Cush comfortably found my G-spot and bounced off it. I was also worried that the curved ridge lower on the shaft would feel uncomfortable, but it wasn’t, it was actually enjoyable. I am rarely able to feel ridges on silicone toys, and considering how soft the O2 silicone felt, I was pleasantly surprised how noticeable it was. I wasn’t able to insert the complete ridge, but during use I found that if some of the ridge was outside my vaginal entrance, it would offer a small amount of stimulation to my vulva. With the combined stimulation of the head bouncing off my G-spot, and the ridge stimulating the vaginal entrance, I quickly reached a strong orgasm. Not only that, but as the Cush warmed to my bodies temperature, it felt like it belonged inside me, with one purpose, and that being pleasure. As the outer silicone moved during thrusting, the toy almost felt as if it had come to life. With the Cush I was able to thrust as firmly and quickly as I desired without causing any internal discomfort, unlike when using firmer silicones.



I do have one problem with the Cush, and that’s the base. The base is flared, making it tiring to thrust with the toy. I’ve found this a problem with most Tantus toys. The flared base does have its uses, as it means the toy can be used with an O-ring on a strap-on harness, but it can cause you to suffer repetitive strain syndrome if you are using the Cush for marathon masturbation sessions.



Cleaning the Cush is very simple. Just use your standard antibacterial wash and warm water. You can even place it into a dishwasher, sterilize it, or boil it. The silicone does attract dirt, so you will want to keep it in its box or another suitable container.



I haven’t used the Cush for anal play as it’s a bit large for me, but due to its flared base you won’t have to worry about it travelling into the anal canal.



Overall, I really like the Cush. It’s probably my favourite Tantus toy, as well as the best larger girth toy I’ve used. I feel that the quality of the silicone is excellent, and the shape seems to work very well for my body. The head of the toy is big enough that it’ll probably be able to stimulate most people’s G-spot or P-spot. The Cush has perfect cushiness, which makes me feel rather warm and fuzzy inside.





You can purchase the Tantus Cush Dildo from Lovehoney.
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