I’m really excited to present to you the wonderful new dildos from Tantus
The Tantus Slicks are the latest in dual density dildos, that are specifically designed for use with a strap-on, anal play and P-spot stimulation and/or G-spot stimulation. There are 2 sizes available, Sick large, which I received in black (but also available in lilac), has an insertable length of 7.8 inches and a reasonable girth of 1.65 inches. Slick small comes in at 5.8 inches in insertable length and has a maximum diameter of 1.2 inches and is the first petite 02 dildo.
These are my very first dual density dildo’s, so sadly I can’t compare to the other dildo’s in the Tantus 02 dual density collection. I’m still relatively new to Tantus in fact. I do own the Acute and Throb, but have yet to review these dildo’s that I’ve purchased.
So what is dual density? Basically, it means that the outer layer is made from a super soft, squishy silicone, whilst the inner core is made from a firm silicone. This provides a life-like feel and makes it easy to insert anally (for myself at least, anyway).
The Slicks boast a non-lifelike appearance, with a spade-shaped head that is slightly bulbous, yet it tapers for easy insertion. The head is designed to stimulate the P-spot or G-spot, with a gentle curve to the dildo. The base is triangular, so you know which way to pop it into your strap-on.
As with all Tantus toys, the Slicks are made from their own unique formula of 100% ultra-premium silicone. This silicone is non-toxic, hypoallergenic, odourless and phthalate free. You can keep them clean in various ways, from boiling, bleaching, popping in the dishwasher or using a sex toy cleaner. The only issue I have, is the silicone is a huge dust magnet. Even storing in a satin pouch, it comes out all fluffy. I keep some wet wipes in handy, before inserting either of the dildos, or else I’d end up with a furball in one of my orifices!
I only own a G-spot, but I have given the Slick small a road test, both anally and vaginally. I’m not hugely into anal play, but the smaller size is perfect for me. The only issue I have, is that the dildo can become ridiculously slippy within your fingers, much like a fish from the pond, so don’t over do it on too much lube. If you’re a beginner, start with a warm up using your fingers or a small plug. I feel as though I need some gloves or something to help with keeping hold of the Slick small, but less so with the larger of the two, as you can use the base to grip onto.
Slick large feels fantastic vaginally. I love how I can clench my PC muscles around the dildo and not overtiring them by a stiff silicone, which inevitably leaves me rather sore. The curve of the slick, means I don’t have to do a mega workout with my arm, but a gentle rocking motion is all I need, which as someone with ME, Fibromyalgia and Rheumatoid arthritis, is a godsend.
Teamed with my Doxy, or We-vibe Tango, I can achieve very satisfying orgasms, it’s great to lay off the internal vibrations and experience orgasms with a life-like dildo, thanks to the dual density of the Slick. It’s about as intimate as I can get, without getting the fella involved. I would love to eventually be able to use the Slick small on him, but as yet, we have not explored anal play with him receiving.
I’d rate the Slicks at a generous 8 out of 10, the only things letting them down, is the magnetism of dust, hair and fibres and how slippery they can be, making it difficult to keep hold of them.
I was sent both Tantus Slicks for free, in exchange for my honest and unbiased opinion.
You can buy the Tantus Slicks from HERE