I’m excited to write this Tantus Cush O2 Review because it is groundbreaking territory for me in several ways. It’s a toy I totally changed my mind about, it’s setting some records in the drawer, and it got me off in a way I’ve never gotten off before.
Let’s begin, shall we?
My Cush Origin Story
When I asked Tantus for the Cush O2, it was mostly because I was sort of running low on Tantus things I wanted to try. I’m not into realistic dildos, the ones that look like penises with penisy skin colors and veins, and Tantus has a lot of those. I had the Flurry O2 and liked that, so I thought, “Hey! The Cush O2 is the next step up in size, and I could take a little more. I should give that a go.”
Then it arrived.
When the Cush showed up in the mail, I stared at it for a little while.
It looked… big. I mean, maybe I’m just not a regular dildo purchaser, but most of the things I fuck myself with are not this big. It might just look that way because of the box, so perhaps it will seem more reasonable when it’s in hand.
It did not feel more reasonable in hand.
Don’t get me wrong: this is not a Thermos. It’s not an unrealistic size for a dildo, at least by dildo standards. Lots of dildos are this big. I’ve seen them in the sex shops. It’s way smaller than a fist, for example.
But it’s also not small. I determined, upon holding it, that it was probably the biggest thing I’d ever fucked, previous record holder being a Mag-Lite flashlight handle.
Don’t judge me, people.
Fortunately, the Cush is also really squishy, like all the dildos in the O2 line. It’s a squishy silicone that has a nice give in the hand, so it wasn’t going to be as traumatic as fucking something the same size made of glass or steel.
Even so, I was nervous. I’m not a size queen. I’ve never sought girth in my toys. For most sex toy reviewers, I think this size toy would be average, even laughably average, but for me, this is breaking new ground. I wasn’t sure I was ready, but damn, I was going to move forward anyway.
The Cush In Use
I used a fair amount of water-based lube, and made sure that I was sufficiently warmed up before attempting this dildo. It took a bit of working, I won’t lie, especially that first ridge at the base of the head. But once it was in, the girth was nice. Like… really nice. And thanks to the lube and my own never-ending lubrication, there was no problem with thrusting. The Cush’s silicone created a smooth glide with no catching. It was a great toy and I had a nice time with it, but after I finished, I wasn’t sure how much I’d use it.
I pulled out the Cush for a second try today, though. Sometimes you’re in the mood for some girth. Also, I was thinking that with this girthy toy, and that amazing ridge beneath the head, I might be able to come with g-spot stimulation alone.
I’m pretty much always a person who needs clit stimulation to orgasm. I’ve been able to get over the edge with g-spot only stimulation now and then, though: in perfect circumstances, I can warm up with some clit stimulation, then use a toy on my g-spot to get the rest of the way and over the edge. My clit has always been part of the show, though. Today, I thought I’d give it a go with just the Cush.
This meant no warm-up in the traditional way, but I didn’t need any lube this time. I was already sufficiently lubricated (thanks, anatomy!). The Cush, again, had that initial difficult first penetration, but like all new adventures in sex, I took it slow, and then we were cruising.
And I was successful! I didn’t touch my clit at all, and I was able to reach (a fantastic, toe-curling) orgasm with just the Cush O2. The ridge was perfectly suited to rub against my g-spot as I thrust, and there was sufficient girth that it provided a lot of pressure.
This was revolutionary. A toy that could make me come WITHOUT stimulating my clit, even indirectly? Fabulous! I’m here for this.
The Cush O2 is not an intro-level dildo. It’s got some heft and some girth. These can be great qualities, though, and if you love average-sized dildos like I do, you might want a boundary-pusher like this one. It’s not going to be a toy that I go to every time, not by any stretch of the imagination, but sometimes you just want to feel totally stuffed, and the Cush O2 does that for me.
Tantus makes great quality toys. The Cush is no exception. It’s high quality silicone, dishwasher safe, and has a flared base for harness use.
(Damn, I’d love to get fucked with this beast in a harness. Mmm.)
If you want a Tantus Cush O2 of your very own, they come in a couple of colors. And if you use the code ELIA15 at checkout, you can save 15%!
Happy wanking, folks.
My Cush O2 was provided by Tantus in exchange for an honest review. This post uses affiliate links.