This is one reliable dildo. That’s usually a quality reserved for dogs and friends that are always down for Taco Bell, but the Tantus Sport has earned the distinction of being a dildo I can truly count on.
If you’ve been around for a while, or you skim this list of facts about my body, you know that one, I love dildos I can thrust and two, my pubic bone acts as a bridge troll to my g-spot (basically, it hangs down like a retaining wall in front of it). Because of this, it’s hard to find dildos I can thrust into oblivion that don’t raptor claw onto my pubic bone but do stimulate my g-spot. Well, the Tantus Sport is that dildo.
At 5.5″ long and 1.25″ in diameter, the Sport’s slim, smooth shape, bulbous head, medium flexibility, and firm silicone make it a go-to of mine. Whether it’s to warm up for something larger or to target my g-spot when I’m not craving girth, I really love this tiny green dildo. Although I adore girthy toys, it’s hard to find one that checks all my boxes: g-spot, thrusting, pubic bone pass. Some larger dildos can be maneuvered to hit my g-spot and others graze it, but the Sport is fully invested in my g-spot thrusting dreams.
The other reason why the Tantus Sport is the dildo equivalent of a Taco Bell friend is how well it performs anally. Similar to my vaginal preferences, I often enjoy a little more girth and squish in my butt, but the Sport’s combination of firmness, smoothness, and flexibility is perfect when I want a dildo I know will fit well, feel good, and thrust comfortably. I also reach for it when I’m craving double penetration, since it doesn’t make me feel cramped when I insert another toy vaginally. Plus, it comes in a longer style for your butt/butt cheek needs.
Essentially, I can take the Tantus Sport into unknown sexual adventures with confidence. It’s great if you’re looking for a slim, smooth, versatile dildo, especially when you’re working with a prominent pubic bone. This is certainly not the tool for direct, curved g-spotting though. If you want something with more girth, but a similar simplicity and ease of use, try the Silk Large or Buzz1. And if you’re not into anything I’ve mentioned above, then I’m glad I made this a short one for you.
The Tantus Sport is no longer sold in this cute-ass green color, but there is silver, purple, and black to pick from at Tantus and SheVibe. You can also leave it up to fate and go with a mystery grab bag color for half the price! I should also mention that the handle of the Plunge paddle is made from the same mold, but is far less flexible for those who prefer more pressure on their g/p-spot.
The Sport was given to me by Tantus without the expectation of a review, I just really love the thing.