Tantus Hank Silicone Dildo Review

April 05th, 11   •   Posted by Mistress Kay   •   No Comment
Tantus Hank Silicone Dildo

Showing the full-size of the dildo

The Tantus Hank is a high-quality silicone dildo that is made by Tantus and sold by FunWares sex toys. It’s about six and a half inches long, is about an inch and a forth in diameter, and it comes with testicles at the base. This dildo is oral compatible and harness-compatible. This dildo is realistic, and it comes in two different skin tone shades. The dildo has a slight upwards curve.

Like always, the packaging for the Tantus Hank is pretty basic. It comes in a clear, tasteful box that shows off the product inside of the plastic box. The dildo itself comes in a tray that works well for storage after you originally opened it. The box is slightly larger than the dildo itself, but it does do a good job of offering suitable protection from it.

Just so I could have a new “sex toy virginity” to mention, this is actually my first dildo that has had testicles on it. I’ve never had a dildo before that’s had testicles. I don’t know how I feel about it. This dildo’s testicles look almost too small for the dildo itself. I know every guy has different sized balls, but this dildo’s balls are actually unproportionately small. However, they do provide a good flared base, so this dildo is vaginal and anal safe. The diameter of the dildo is pretty average, and this ends up being a pretty “normal” sized penis aside from the balls. The balls look a bit small, but the length and the width of the penis look like what I’d expect to find on a male.

Tantus Hank Silicone Dildo

The packaging

I don’t know how I feel about this dildo with testicles. I feel like the dildo’s balls get in the way of holding this comfortably. Normally, there is just the base to hold onto, and that’s never a problem, but with this dildo, I almost had a difficult time getting a good place to get a hold on it. The boyfriend says he likes the testicles better because they give him (on the giving side who isn’t receiving) a better handle hold while I (receiving and giving) have less of a firm handlehold when I try to grasp it. The testicles don’t really bend or curve much, so it can definitely be a bit difficult to get some strong, deep thrusts going. It’s easy to “jiggle” by pressing on the base once its in, but it’s really hard to get a grasp on the base to do a jack-hammering motion.

Tantus Hank Silicone Dildo

The Hank dildo compared to the Adam

I’ve been trying a lot of Tantus’s O2 dildos lately, and this one is just a regular silicone dildo. Of course, like all Tantus silicone dildos, this one has quality in mind. If you’ve tried some of their other dildos like the Silk series, the first thing you’ll notice is that the Tantus Hank is actually a lot more matte in texture than other non-realistic Tantus silicone. This makes it look a lot more realistic since most penises aren’t shiny like a lot of Tantus’s silicone is. The matte surface of the Tantus Hank Silicone Dildo does require a bit more lubricant than the shinier surface of their other dildos, so I highly recommend you use lots of water-based lubricant as this silicone tends to provide a bit of drag unless you make sure it’s well-lubricated.

This dildo works well for oral use though. It has no taste, and because it really is so “realistic” in size, it actually is perfect for trying out how to deep throat or just using it in a harness to give that “real” oral sex feeling. The dildo is a bit long to really learn how to deep throat, but if you can deep throat this dildo, you’re probably good to go on most-size penises. Along with that, it can be used in a harness, but the balls might press uncomfortably up against your pelvis. We didn’t have a problem with it, but it depends on how tightly your harness sits up against you. I imagine those with a g-string type harness insated of my jock-style type will be more “prone” to that problem.

Tantus Hank Silicone Dildo

The Hank versus the O2 Adam

I do like the curve on this dildo. It looks realistic. So do the details. As long as you enjoy silicone dildos and are planning on using water-based lubricant, this silicone dildo is going to be a good choice for you. Along with that, it’s actually a decent choice for a vaginal and anal toy because it can be sterilized, and it is thin and long which is perfect for anal use. I know we’ve gone back and forth (with condoms and sterilization), and it’s probably our favorite use for this dildo. Again, you do have to make sure to properly lubricate it with external lubrication or it just has too much tack to slide comfortably.

This dildo can be cleaned by using warm water and antibacterial soap. It also can be sterilized by boiling, putting it on the top shelf of the dishwasher, or using bleach. (I recommend boiling) This is compatible with water-based lubricant, and regular condoms easily fit on this dildo. I highly recommend storing this in the original packaging or a plastic baggie as it collects lint and other fuzzies really easily.

I do like the Tantus Hank dildo. It’s not as amazing as the Tantus O2 line, but for being a silicone dildo, it’s definitely a good choice. It’s long and thin, and it’s perfect for those who want something that’s long enough but not too thick. The testicles make the base a bit difficult to hold which was frustrating, but I still love the realistic texture and how it’s tasteless and perfect for harness use. Thanks to FunWares adult toys for sending me this strap-on dildo for my Tantus Hank silicone dildo review.




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