Review of Purr by Tantus

Seriously, one of the dildos I’ve ever attempted most underrated. I don’t understand why this glorious hunk of silicone doesn’t rave more individuals. Originally, I purchased this as my very first Tantus dildo, mostly for solo use, but potentially with a potential partner if I ever sucked someone into settling with me. Now that I have acquired more experience with it, unless my partner is in the mood for very slow sex, I prefer it for solo play.

Let’s just get to this toy’s boring techniques. It’s silicone, meaning it’s non-porous, free from phthalates, free from latex, sanitizable, and secure for the body. By boiling it, placing it in the dishwasher (without dish washing detergent and only on top rack), you can sanitize it, or you can wash it down with a 10% bleach solution and water. You can just wash it down with an antibacterial soap and water and call it a day if you’re not sharing it between partners or in separate orifices. It is essential that toys between anal and vaginal use are correctly sanitized so that bacteria are not spread. When using it between partners, the same safety precautions should be taken. Storage can be somewhat complicated. It’s produced of an absolute lint magnet, a strong, tacky silicone. I hold it without the sleeve in the initial packaging. I heard about others using ziplock plastic bags. By properly keeping it away, I generally don’t have to wash it down before using it. I take a close look at it to make sure it didn’t pick up a ton of hair and lint between uses.
The Purr measures 7′′ long, with an insertable length of 6 1/2′′ and a circumference of 4 3/4′′. The shaft has a very small curve making the ribbing really hit my G-spot. The flared base makes it secure anal and great for playing harness. It’s standing upright in a harness and not floping around a lot. The rounded head is not much bigger than the remainder of the shaft, but as you work your way past the head, the shaft becomes narrower. As you insert it past the head, there is a very slight feeling of popping. It certainly makes me feel complete.
For solo play, I enjoy this dildo. More than my Echo, more than any dildo of glass I have, and more than vibrators of G-spot. For solo, to really feel all the ribs, I like using slow thrusts. It’s like the ribs are asking me to have an orgasm and it just takes it out of me. It’s not the best, strapped to my partner. The sensations provided by the ribs are diluted by rapid pumping, and the rigid silicone makes accidental bumping of the cervix a significant pain. For strap-on sex, I prefer my Echo.
One advantage for Tantus dildos is that some come with a vibrating bullet that you can swap for another brand. With these Tantus bullets, I don’t have much luck. I heard it was meant to be multi-speed, but mine was just one-speed. I enjoy being about the same size as my We Vibe Salsa. The Salsa suits the Purr perfectly. Just add a little lube and, once you’re done, it’ll be easy to remove it. The vibrations travel nicely up and down the Purr’s shaft and really make those ribs feel 10x better. Overall rating: 5/5 While due to my shallow cervix it doesn’t work great for me during strap-on sex, it’s still a wonderful hunk of silicone and I love it for solo sessions.