As many penises as I have come across in my short amount of time, I have a confession: I have never seen an uncircumcised penis, so it was no surprise when I stumbled across one on Tantus’ website, that I had to get one to try. I have always been intrigued with the unknown, and I never know if I will come across one, so a fake one was the next best thing. It’s cool to see companies branching out to make items for people who want something different. Although I have never been with an uncircumcised man, after trying the uncut, I wouldn’t rule it out.
When I first received the Uncut #2, I was super excited. It arrived quickly, and in a discreet box. I was able to keep it outside my bedroom door until I got home, and I felt comfortable that no one knew what it was. I ripped open the box because I couldn’t wait to see the Uncut and feel the great O2 Dual Density that I have heard so much about from other bloggers. I was also excited to see that the toy was a manageable girth at 1.6″.
For those of you not familiar with what the O2 dual density is I will explain. The O2 is their line of realistic dildos. The outer layer has a delightfully soft and squishy feel to it while the inside has a strong, firm inner core. It allows for a great feel while inserting, but also gives you the firmness inside so it won’t bend or move around no matter how hard you use it. It feels great and has some give to it. The head is squishier than the rest because the inner core ends just before the foreskin. It reminds me of the Au Naturel line by Blush, minus the spine in the center. The bottom has a flared base that makes it suitable for strap-ons as well as anal play. Of course, with it being Tantus, you’re also getting their premium silicone that is easy to clean by boiling, or soaking in a 10% bleach solution. I would recommend these methods of cleaning because it is a little difficult to clean all the bumps and ridges, which gives it such a realistic feel and texture. I would also recommend air drying because I did notice that the silicone does grab towel fuzz.
After cleaning the Uncut, I grabbed my favorite water based lube and lathered it up. I didn’t feel any drag with the silicone while I was using it, which made it glide comfortably. The slight curve plus the added girth from the foreskin made it easy for rocking right against my g-spot. I have issues with softer surfaces on my g-spot and, unfortunately, this was no different. I wasn’t able to climax from the Uncut alone, but with added clitoral stimulation and the fullness of the toy, I was able to have a pretty decent orgasm. The texture of this toy is enough to make up for a lack of a g-spot orgasm, though.
This toy is made for people who love texture. Besides my glass toys, I have yet to come across anything silicone, besides Vixskin, which has as much texture as this toy. The veins, wrinkles, and ridge add a nice sensation while thrusting the toy, and the foreskin as stated above makes for an extra nice g-spot nuzzling. Since my vagina can only handle about 5 inches at a time, the 6.4″ insertable length was a little too long for me, for internal use but as long as I did shallow thrusts, I didn’t notice an issue with it. The extra amount of length in the toy, however, made it easy for me to hold onto it while thrusting.
Overall I would say this toy was a fantastic idea. I commend Tantus for coming out with a unique toy, and the dual density reminds me of my beloved Buck. I would recommend this toy to anyone, a fan of foreskin or not. If you’re a texture person, like I am this is also a good item to add to your collection. Even though it’s not a toy that will get me off every time I use it, it’s one of those toys I am happy to have in my collection, and I will pull it out to show anyone who wants to see it.
The Tantus Uncut #2 was sent to me free of charge from Tantus, for my honest review! Thank you!