I lusted after the Tantus Uncut #1 for months before I sprung for it. I knew Kate and Bex both loved theirs, and was really itching for something more realistic in my arsenal. When it finally arrived on my doorstep, I texted no less than four people with excitement at how fucking beautiful this thing is. I marveled at it.
Truly, I adore this dildo. It’s long and soft and I’m more into the simulated foreskin than I thought I would be. It uses Tantus’s dual density silicone, so the inner core has some firmness while the outer layer remains soft with a little squish. It’s diameter is 1.75”, so it’s one of the larger toys I own, and it has an insertable length of 7.45”. It comes in three colors, and I own the middle one, “cocoa”. It’s beautiful. Beautiful I tell you.
My eyes and hands love this dildo. My vagina however… not so much. Why do I feel like I’ve written that before? Oh, because I felt the same way about my G-Spoon. Vagina, why must you be so picky? I think it’s the popping sensation I get with this dildo when the head slides past my pubic bone. It’s a common thing with super g-spotty toys like my Jopen Key Comet wands and Pure Wand, but I wasn’t expecting it with the Uncut. And I’m definitely not a size queen, so 1.75” feels big. Stretchy, big. Not always comfortable, big. I can work up to it, but sometimes I prefer something that doesn’t require a warm-up.
Truth be told, I wrestled with choosing between the #1 and #2. The #2 is a more compact version, with a 1.6” diameter and 6.4” insertable length. I’m glad I went with the #1, the longer version, if only for easier handling. Even if length isn’t your jam like me, it might be worth the investment! It’s also great for a harness. If I still had my harness, this is absolutely the cock I’d use with it. Or my Ambit, because glitter.
Tantus does cool stuff. There’s a lot of options for various toys, and even grab bag options where you can get a toy you want at a discounted price since you don’t get to choose your color. You might get something realistic or a swirl of non-realistic colors. Regardless, it’s a neat option and you should probably check it out. The Uncut isn’t a grab bag option, but there are lots of other things to try.
If you enjoy toys closer to two inches than one inch, or realistic toys, check out the Uncut. It’s boilable and bleachable, and you can put it in the dishwasher. Especially if you’re sharing toys, you’ll want to be sure to sanitize it well. All that realism makes for more nooks and crannies for yuckies to hide in. (Did I just say yuckies? Ugh.) It’s not a smash hit for me, but that’s not to say it’s not a great toy. You can get the Uncut right from Tantus, or through SheVibe.