It has been months now since I purchased my Tantus Slow Drive. At the time I bought it I was seeking to find an angled dildo that was on the smaller side for stimulating my g-spot and this turned out to be just what the doctor ordered. I bought a few other good toys since getting my Tantus Slow Drive; they are very similar and are the same brand. They are called the Sport and the Warm-up, however, this one turns out to be the one I like the most.

Tantus Slow Drive
Tantus Slow Drive

As always, the materials that are used for making this toy is ultra premium silicone and it’s formulation is completely safe for entering the body’s crevices as it consists of no latex or phthalates. I use Sliquid Silk, however, it is completely compatible to use with lubricants that are water based. I have no problems with running it through the dishwasher (top rack), I also sometimes use a few drops of bleach, and I have even boiled my Slow Drive without any bad effects to it. It is recommended for those who use this for anal play, including those who share it with others or switch up between different orifices to sanitize at least one time a month, but can be more.

In Summary

This is a little on the short side at five inches in length, but it does what it was designed to do, which is to target the g-spot. For those who are interested in something a bit longer, get the longer version by Tantus as well. I have found my Tantus Slow Drive to be very comfortable to use for both, anal and vaginal play. It gives you a choice in the way that you use it. The teardrop base makes it easier to for putting in a harness as well as to hold.