The Tantus Slick is one of the newer Tantus products that focuses on g-spot/p-spot stimulation. What’s interesting though, is that it has actually helped me learned a little more about my g-spot.
Before I get into that, I just want to thank the good people at Tantus. They sent me this product (unexpectedly) in exchange for my review. Seriously, I had no fucking idea I was going to get the Slicks until UPS told me that I had packages waiting at a pickup location.
When I actually brought them back and opened them up, I didn’t see what all the hype was about. They honestly didn’t look like anything special to me.
However, after using them a couple of times, I will say that sometimes the simplest designs make for better functionality.
Since I got both the small and the large Tantus Slick, I will be doing a two-in-one review for each of them. Let’s get to it.
|Total Length||7" (L) & 5.8" (S)|
|Insertable Length||About 7" (L) & 5.8" (S)|
|Diameter||1.5" (L) & 1.2" (S)|
|Material||100% Ultra-Premium Silicone|
|Special Features||Harness Compatible|
|Finishes||Black & Purple Haze|
|Price||$89 (L) & $69 (S) (shipping not included)|
Once again, these Tantus products come in a white box decorated with colorful bubbles. Feel free to refer to my reviews on the Tantus Starter for more information.
- Dual density silicone provides equal amount of firmness and squishiness
- Very flexible
- Round, bulbous tip for g-spot stimulation
- Roundish base makes for easy gripping
- Toy is fairly proportionate in terms of thickness
- The silicone is very glossy
- Easy for lint, hair, and other crap to get stuck to it
- The smaller one is a bit difficult to use anally because it’s so flexible
- Simple design, which makes this toy good for anybody, no matter how much they have with sex toys
I haven’t used the larger one anally yet, but I have a feeling it might not be as difficult to insert since it’s much thicker (obviously) than the smaller one.
- Softer, gentler g-spot stimulation
- The smooth and squishiness of the silicone is good for gentle, sensual thrusting
- The rest of the shaft isn’t overwhelming, but is a little filling (vaginally)
- I think that I prefer harder pressure on my g-spot
- Anally, this toy doesn’t really do much for me
- It just kind of feels like a cooked noodle in my ass
- I think this is a toy that’s good for those who like gentler, more sensual g-spot stimulation
- Unlike the Tantus G-Spot, which feels more bulky, the smoothness of the Slick just feels nicer against my vaginal walls
|Dual-density silicone; simple design; gentle g-spot stimulation; nice amount of girth||Too flexible for anal stimulation (in my opinion); not good for people who need a lot of pressure on their g-spot/p-spot|
This is a very simple toy with a very simple design. I’m honestly kind of in the middle in terms of how much I like it. I think that this will be a good toy to use as I learn more about how to stimulate my g-spot. Will it be my go to toy? Probably not. At least for now, anyway.
But I will say that I think the Tantus Slick has helped me learn something today.
I think that in order for me to get the most out of g-spot stimulation, my g-spot will require firmer, more intense pressure than what the Slicks provide.
Once again a special thanks goes out to the people at Tantus for sending me this product. I received it free of charge in exchange for my honest opinion.
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