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Review • Tantus Slow Drive • Take it Easy!

Tantus Slow Drive came out in late 2014 as a remake of a discontinued Tantus favorite called Faerie. It’s a non-phallic, glossy, Ultra Platinum Silicone dildo with 5″ of insertable length, and a 1.25″ diameter. It comes in silver, midnight purple, and black. I chose the hypnotizing silver, which, when held up to the light, dances with swirls of gunmetal gray, like a shimmering pool of liquid mercury.

I recently seized a literal butt-load of Tantus harness-compatible dildos because I only had (*gasp*) one, the WetForHer Five. That’s inexcusable, and I’ll be the first to admit it.

To test drive this beauty, I sheathed it in a condom (unnecessary, as the silicone is sterilizable, but saves on clean-up time), slipped it into my Aslan rubber harness, and lubed it up. Getting Slow Drive into my pegging partner’s ass while he was reclining on his back was really difficult due to the drastically hooked tip, so I gave up, and bent him over my bondage table to facilitate insertion. Voilà, that’s the trick.

The base of Slow Drive is unique in that it’s shaped like a jazz guitar pick, so if the dildo swivels around while you’re fucking, you know which direction is up and can right it effortlessly.

I tend to prefer shorter dildos for pegging so that you can slap your hips up against your partner’s ass without causing undue discomfort; the sound it makes is hot and adds a bit of theatrics to the performance. If longer ‘dos are your schtick, the Slow Drive Long boasts 7″ of insertable length.

I had planned to turn my first dalliance with this dildo into a long, drawn-out pegging session, but my play partner came within the first five minutes, despite my protests. Verdict? Slow Drive rocked his prostate like nobody’s business.

When it was time for some solo action the next day, I lubed up and pushed it inside me. It was a bit difficult pushing the entire thing in because of the angled shaft, about 3.5″ was as far as I could go. It didn’t need to go in more than a couple of inches to hit my G-spot anyway.

The head began kindling my insides as I rocked it in and out of me. I gave it some rapid-fire mini-thrusts and could feel my entire genitalia light up. It felt like my clit was being stimulated from the inside out. I was on the verge of an orgasm and it had been less than a minute. YES. I wasn’t angling for an orgasm, but I was curious and wanted to know how it would feel.

Day three: I lubed myself up with some water-based lube, slid Slow Drive into me, and went to work. I timed myself from a cold start, with a little clit stimulation, and I ended up having a quivering orgasm in three minutes that left me reeling and partially deaf for about two minutes. This is normal for me if the orgasm is really good, and apparently has something to do with dopamine-epinephrine conversion, though I couldn’t find a whole lot of information about it (can anyone explain this phenomenon?). I decide to use Slow Drive next with a vibrator on my clit, eliciting a particularly full, undulating orgasm. Needless to say, I’m satisfied.

Slow Drive is a classic, simple, functional, average-sized silicone dildo suitable for beginning peggers and G-spotters; a staple of any well-rounded toybox.

Sterilizing it is easy: boil for three minutes, pop it in the top rack of the dishwasher, use toy cleaner, or a 10% bleach solution. If it picks up lint, hairs, or dust, simply rinse it and air dry, or dry with a microfiber cloth.

 

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