Tantus G Force Dildo

Wine-colored Tantus G-Force G-Spot Dildo

G-Force

I’m going to make a bold claim: I believe that G-Force might be the most underrated, under-hyped dildo in Tantus’s lineup.

Using the G-force (and a vibrator on my clit), I had one of the fastest blended orgasms I’ve ever experienced, and it was gooood. I have to be honest – I didn’t expect it. Because it doesn’t look particularly fancy, have a ton of interesting texture, or pack a huge girthy punch, it’s easy to underestimate its effectiveness. G-Force is kind of like a cute, nerdy guy who’s modest but gives amazing head.

What makes G-force so successful is that it’s perfectly designed, but not over-designed. The bulbed head features a 1.4″ diameter – enough to make an impact, but not so big that it catches uncomfortably on your pubic bone. The entire toy is made of firm silicone, but given that the neck is much thinner than the bulbed head, it has a good amount of bend to it, which makes it easy to insert and pull out.

And finally, that handle! 

Sweet Jesus, I love Tantus’s handles. For anyone with certain mobility issues, a sizable waist, or a partner who’s eager to help, the handle is a brilliant addition. My partner and I found it super easy to thrust with, and as an added bonus, it can help keep your hands from getting lubey. Unfortunately, the handle means it isn’t harness compatible, but don’t worry – Tantus has plenty of dildos that you can strap in and fuck your partner with.

I would highly recommend G-Force to anyone who wants to explore their G-spot and desires targeted stimulation, but doesn’t like or isn’t ready for a toy that’s too rigid, like the beloved Pure Wand. Additionally, I would recommend it to anyone who wants to be able to use a G-spot or prostate toy with their partner.

Splash and Acute

Tantus Splash Dildo and Acute Dildo

Left/purple: Tantus Acute. Right/blue: Tantus Splash.

For years, I’ve wanted to get my hands on a Tantus Splash, the much-loved bigger brother of my dear Tantus Splish. So when I had the opportunity to pick out 3 dildos from Tantus, Splash was a no-brainer. I also chose the Acute, and the G-Force. Unfortunately, Splash has since been discontinued from the Tantus website, and I can’t seem to find it on any of my regularly recommended retailers sites. You may still be able to find it in brick and mortar stores.

Splash

Ironically, Splash ended up being my least favorite dildo of the bunch. For me, the firmness when coupled with the texture was just too much – it was like vagina sensory overload. I did orgasm while clenching around this dildo (and using a vibrator), but it wasn’t my favorite sensation. However, plenty of people absolutely love this dildo, so keep that in mind.

Who would I recommend it to? Anyone who likes a more filling dildo (1.75″ in diameter), made of firm silicone, with plenty of texture and slight G-spot or prostate curve. Splash’s round, flat base makes it harness compatible, like many of Tantus’s beautiful dildos. It’s also absolutely gorgeous, so if you want to track one down just to display on your bookshelf, I would endorse that.

Acute

In theory, Acute should be perfect. It’s hard to tell from the image above, but Acute is shaped perfectly for the kind of G-spot and prostate stimulation that a lot of people adore: It’s got a curve, it has a few thick ridges, and it has a prominent bulbed head at the tip. It’s kind of like if someone had a really shapely but average sized penis, without being fully realistic. It even has a harness-compatible base, which means you can fuck someone else with your shapely cock!

However, it just didn’t do it for me personally. Why? Because I have a fickle G-spot. Let me explain.

Normally when I don’t love a dildo, it’s because of the size. But I’m of the opinion that Acute’s measurements are just right: 1.25″ in diameter and 5″ in insertable length. In this case, it’s an issue of firmness and shape. Tantus’s standard silicone is very firm – I would call it about an 8 out of 10 on a silicone firmness scale. There’s very little surface give, but you can bend the toy a little bit. If your G-spot requires pressure but not a lot of girth, you would probably love the Acute! But that’s just not how mine works. Further, I found something about the large bands of ridges uncomfortable. When thrusting, I just didn’t enjoy them.

Tantus as a Brand

I want to make it clear that just because I didn’t personally enjoy Splash or Acute, doesn’t mean I think they’re bad toys. Not at all. Tantus makes all of their toys out of premium silicone, which is one of the safest materials for anything that’s coming into contact with body fluids. Their toys are made to last. And I truly believe that their toy designs are great, even if they don’t always work for me. The thing about Tantus is that they have such a vast array of designs that there is bound to be something that works for you, no matter what hole you want to stick it in.

As for G-Force, they fucking nailed it.

 

Many thanks to Tantus for providing me with Splash, Acute, and G-Force in exchange for a fair and honest review. Purchasing your own through any of the links on this page will help support Marvelous-Darling.com.