What a surprise, I’m back with another Tantus review. This time, I’m talking about the Sport, which is a delightful dildo that has been designed for g-spot stimulation. It can be used for p-spot stimulation too as it’s anal-safe and harness compatible, but that’s not something we are exploring at the moment.
The Sport is made from Tantus’s unique formula of 100% ultra-premium silicone. This formula is completely body-safe and free from latex and phthalates. It’s compatible with water-based lubricants only, to avoid degrading the material. It’s eco-friendly, non-toxic, hypoallergenic and can be bleached, boiled or run through the dishwasher for a thorough clean. I usually stick to toy cleaner and water for everyday cleans, but one of the other methods is done once a month or so, depending how much use the toy has had. If you’re using this toy anally, switching between orifices and/or partners, then I would recommend doing it more often than that.
If you saw my review for the Warm Up then you might have noticed that these two toys look incredibly similar. The main difference between them is the size. The Sport offers up 5.5 inches of insertable length, which is an inch more than the Warm Up has. If this size increase doesn’t sound enough to you and you’d prefer a couple of extra inches to play with, then that wish has been granted in the Sport Long. Both versions of the Sport have a maximum girth of 4 inches around the bulbous head and a minimum of 3.25 inches around the thinnest part of the shaft. This is quite slimline, so it should be manageable for most people with some penetrative experience.
The Warm Up has a moderate amount of flexibility, which is a fraction too much for me, but the Sport seems to have the perfect balance. It’s flexible enough that it can be bent forwards or backwards for adjustment, but not so much that it makes insertion difficult. I would describe it as being somewhat firmer than its smaller sibling as it has little to no squish to it and the core of the toy is rather solid. This is much closer to the firmness that my g-spot likes, which gave me high hopes that I would be able to use this toy for its designed purpose.
The Sport has a lovely defined head and the curve is placed just below it, rather than slightly down the shaft like the Compact. My preferred placement for a curve is directly below the head as I find this more comfortable than a lower one that tends to catch on my pubic bone. I had no issues with the Sport getting caught, as it slid into position very easily with a little bit of lubricant. It found my g-spot within a matter of moments and began to stimulate it as I gentle thrusted it in and out. As I increased the speed of the thrusting action, I thought that this toy might just be firm enough to bring me to orgasm.
Continuing with what I was doing, it wasn’t long before I was left in a puddle of relief and satisfaction. It wasn’t the overwhelming, explosive and result in squirting type of g-spot orgasm, it was more of a gentle release of pressure. I don’t always crave a deep, intense and long-lasting internal orgasm, so this dildo is fantastic for sessions when I just want to feel a bit of relief, without being left breathless. Once I’ve reached that point, I can just clean up and carry on with my day. I don’t always want to be left wallowing in the orgasm that I just had as I’m a busy woman and I’d simply run out of time to do everything I need to do if I let that happen every time.
Overall, I think that the Tantus Sport is a great dildo, but I think it was made with g-spot beginners in mind. It’s a non-intimidating, slimline and aesthetically pleasing toy that I think would be fantastic for people who are new to exploring their g-spot, but don’t want something as small and flexible as the Warm Up. I am more of an intermediate leaning towards advanced g-spot player, so this isn’t the first toy I’d think of when wanting this type of stimulation, but I would lean towards it if I wanted a softer session and a gentle orgasm.