Tantus Acute Review: The Acute Dildo is A Cute Dildo!

I recently received my first Tantus toy to review: the acute dildo. I appreciate a good math analogy, and the acute dildo is indeed built at an acute angle, billed as mimicking the perfect angle for penetration. So here’s my Tantus acute dildo review.

Tantus Acute in Box
Here he is in his box. As opposed to in my box.

The acute is listed as a “warm up” dildo, and once I had it outside of the package, I knew this would be an accurate assessment. Not particularly long or girthy, the toy is best suited for the beginning of play or for those who prefer a slimmer toy. This would be a great beginner dildo.

The texture is a fairly standard silicone, not the super-tacky kind that picks up lint everywhere, but also not the very soft kind, either. I’m also a fan of the pearlescent midnight purple color. It has a nice curve to it, with a tipped end for g-spot stimulation, and a decently sized base. The acute would work well in a harness, but I can also hold it easily when using it myself.

The Tantus Acute
Out of his package, just chillin’.

This g-spot curve, while a major selling point of the toy, is perhaps my greatest frustration with it. Because the silicone is not particularly heavy or stiff, when I inserted the toy, it didn’t press up into my g-spot. Instead, I found the base naturally lifting up as the curved toy shifted to slide into my mostly-straight vagina. This wouldn’t have been a problem if the toy were longer, because the extra weight of the base would have helped hold the angle and thus hit my g-spot, but this is a fairly short dildo. In order to get that g-spot stimulation, I had to continuously maneuver the base of the toy down, pushing the toy tip upward. This was awkward, and after a little while, I just gave up and treated it like any non-angled dildo. It gave me pretty good internal stimulation overall, but it wasn’t giving me the kind of firm g-spot stimulation I look for from a toy that specializes in the g-spot.

Holding the acute, for scale
Here, I grasp the Acute like it’s a real penis, but mostly so you can get a sense of his size.

Now, I think this would be a very different situation in a harness. A harness would keep the base stationary, which would maintain the upward angle and therefore the g-spot stimulation. However, I haven’t been fucked with this toy in a harness, and it’s not something I think I’ll get a chance to try soon, so that will remain in the realm of theory for the foreseeable future.

I have also discovered that this is a great toy to suck on. I know, maybe this is weird, but I often enjoy having something in my mouth when I’m playing. It’s connected to my penchant for giving blow jobs, I’m sure. I have a dick gag, and I also like to suck on toys. This toy is a really good one for that. It fits nicely in my mouth, not too wide to hurt my jaw, firm enough to feel without hurting.

I also can tell that this toy would be perfect for anal. I haven’t used it for that, yet, but I probably will in the future. It’s not a beginner anal toy, since it’s a little too wide for that, but it’s probably ideal for intermediate pegging or for solo play for someone who’s had a few things up the ass before. Like I have!

The acute is a lovely little dildo. “A cute” dildo, if you will. It’s not going to be my go-to for play, but I wouldn’t mind getting fucked with it via harness, and I’ll probably shove it up my ass at some point.

Bottom line: a good toy for beginners, warmup, and intermediate anal play. Sound like your cup of tea? Pick up the Acute from Tantus and use the code ELIA15 to save 15% off your order.

I received this toy from Tantus in exchange for an honest review.

 

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