Tantus O2 Luke Dildo Review

February 28th, 12   •   Posted by Mistress Kay   •   No Comment
Tantus O2 Luke Dildo

Tantus O2 Luke Dildo

The Tantus Luke O2 silicone dildo is a body-safe, silicone dual-core dildo made from Tantus O2 material and sold by SheVibe Pleasure Boutique. The dildo comes in three different colors, and it features a Super Soft outside core with a firm inner core. It’s about five inches long, and it’s about two inches wide, and it is harness compatible – just make sure your harness can take a two-inch wide diameter dildo.

The packaging for the Luke will be typical of all Tantus packaging. The Tantus O2 Luke itself will come in a plastic tray that slides out and allows you to take out the toy. If you want, you can use the Tantus box for storage as it will help keep the lint and fuzzies off of your sex toy, but you certainly don’t have to use it for storage.

Tantus O2 Luke Dildo

Showing how well the dildo will stand in a harness - which is "very well".

The Tantus O2 Luke is a dual-density dildo. This means that the Tantus O2 Luke includes two different “materials” on it in order for the most realistic feel. It has an inner firm core that helps the dildo stand up and hold its shape, and the outer material is softer, and plushier, and that other material is what you’ll be feeling when you actually touch and thrust with the toy. It doesn’t quite hit the realism of a regular penis (and I have yet to find a material that does), but it does feel more realistic than a regular silicone dildo. The testicles are just purely made out of the outer material which means they are just large plushy Super Soft testicles. There is no inner “firm” core for them.

Tantus O2 Luke Dildo

Showing how squishy the balls are

If you’ve owned previous Tantus O2 dildos in the past, you’ll notice that the Luke feels different. And it does! I’m not sure how I feel about this. In the past, the Tantus O2 dildos have had a less-squishy body than the VixSkin dildos and have had more of a matte-like finish (that isn’t shiny!) rather than the very-draggy substance of the VixSkin dildos. For some reason (and I’m not sure if this is the direction that the Tantus O2 dildos will be going in the future), the Tantus Luke doesn’t seem the same as the previous Tantus O2 dildos that we own. With the previous ones, there was a slight bit of squish on the outer core with a very firm inner core. With the Tantus Luke, there’s a lot more squish than I’m used to, and the material itself isn’t as smooth as it has been in the past. It’s gotten a lot more “draggier”. As a lot of people love the texture of the VixSkin dildos, this may work out perfectly for you.

Tantus O2 Luke Dildo

Showing how flexible the dildo is. It really only bends at the base and not throughout the shaft

As for me, I was actually really fond of the matte-like material of the old Tantus O2 dildos, I’m a bit sad to see that they’ve changed it. The new material is much more plushy and realistic, though, so if those are things you look for, it’ll feel more realistic to you. As for me, we’ve been covering it with a condom as I really dislike the draggy material of the Tantus O2 Luke. If you enjoy the drag of the materials, though, the new changes will be great for you.

I enjoy the fact that Tantus included testicles on this particular dildo as well. The testicles are purely the Super Soft material. There is no inner “testicle” that you can feel in the scrotal sack, but the testicles are about an inch of pure, fluffy Super Soft silicone material which is a nice touch. The testicles don’t really jiggle or move much, but if you are someone that enjoys that extra sensation of the testicles during use, they can definitely provide that.

The dildo is harness compatible as well. Tantus seems to have changed their bases as the Luke O2’s base is nice and thick, and it holds up fantastically! No more droopy dildos for Tantus ( I hope!). This one doesn’t droop either. When in a harness, it holds itself up straight, and it looks very “proud”. Make sure you choose a harness that can handle the diameter and size of the Tantus O2 Luke as well as the testicles of this realistic silicone dildo as well.

Tantus O2 Luke Dildo

Showing how large the dildo is diameter-wise

The Tantus O2 Luke dildo does produce some draggy sensations, so make sure to use lots of lubricant with it or cover it with a condom if you don’t enjoy that sensation. The head of the silicone dildo is slightly pronounced, so you do get that “popping” sensation during insertion and thrusting. The toy doesn’t have any curve to it, so it doesn’t seem to hit the g-spot, but depending on your position and how far back everything is positioned, it may be long enough to hit your cul-de-sac – which some women find pleasurable. You can definitely get some deep thrusting with the Tantus O2 Luke, and if you enjoy the sensation of testicles “slapping” you externally, the Tantus O2 Luke can provide that as well.

Cleaning the Tantus O2 Luke is really simple. You just want to use warm water and antibacterial soap for regular cleaning, and if you’d like, you can use boiling water in order to sterilize your dildo. For storage, the Tantus Luke O2 does pick up a lot of lint and fuzz, so make sure to keep it stored in a bag or in the original packaging, and for lubricant, you only want to use water-based lubricant. The dildo is of about average size (slightly larger in diameter than “average), so you should be able to get a regular-sized condom onto this one if you want to.

Overall, the Tantus O2 Luke is a definite change from previous Tantus O2 dildos. It has a realistic design and size as well a realistic feeling (but not as realistic-looking) testicles at the base. With a strong and thick harness-compatible base, the Tantus O2 Luke stands up tall and proud with no drooping when in a harness as well. Thanks to SheVibe Pleasure Boutique for providing this realistic silicone dildo for my Tantus O2 Luke dildo review.




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