Then Tantus started coming out with one after another drool-worthy versions - O2 Cush, O2 Revolution, and O2 Luke. Sold!
Luke is incredibly realistic, and I was happy to discover, more realistic in color and appearance then his online pics would seem. I thought the head would be super shiny. And while it is a bit shinier than the rest of the matte shaft, it isn’t as pronounced as it looks in the products pictures.
So, basically you have this perfectly sized (7“ long, 2“ diameter) realistic dildo, right down to the veins and tiny ripples in the balls. This alone does not make it special; there’s about a million dildo’s out there that look realistic. But this one has that extra something that the others don’t. It’s made of 100% medical-grade silicone, in a fantastic way that allows it to be both firm in the inside and soft on the outside. So it feels as real as it looks. Tantus refers to this as their “O2” line.
I have mine in cocoa, which is a pretty life-like Caucasian color, I suspect that cream would be too light, but I can’t say for sure. The coloring is solid, unlike cyberskin and other realistics that feature hyper-realistic coloring with pink heads and blue veins. On the positive side, however, the coloring won’t fade like it does on cyberskin.
There really aren’t words to describe the awesomeness of this dual-density stuff. When I give it a squeeze it feels like there’s about a ¼” of squishiness on the outside, and a firm, but flexible core inside. To my hand, this feels squishier than a truly fully-erect penis. But when I’m using it, it feels perfectly realistic. There’s just enough give to feel comfortable, enough firmness to insert easily and angle towards my g-spot, and enough softness to clench down around.
The shaft on this guy is pretty straight, so it’s not the best bet for g-spotting. I prefer to use this as a thruster, or even inserted and just slowly stroked and clenched around. And you won’t understand this until you try it yourself, but it’s amusingly fun to squeeze the squishy head and balls. There are other models with curved shafts and more pronounced mushroom heads, and one of those is definitely on my list for my next O2 excursion.
If you are seeking something realistic and can’t imagine why you should bother paying more for the dual-density silicone over cyberskin, let me clue you in with my comparison chart below:
$20 - $70
$70 - $120
Very detailed, usually w/ pink mushroom head and blue veining
Fantasy tones to flesh tone, but usually a solid color
Very porous, not able to be sterilized, sharing not recommended
Non-porous. Sterilizable. Able to be shared.
Looks incredibly realistic. Usually lacks firm inner core and can be too floppy for some.
Not quite as realistically painted, but feels more realistic in use.
Soap and water, must be dusted with cornstarch and carefully stored away from other materials.
Boil it. Bleach it. Wash it with soap and water… minimal care needed.
Color fades and porous material will degrade. Average life-expectancy is 1-2 years.
With proper care, will last a life-time.
Not that cyberskin isn’t fun, but dual-density is better. You can take my word for it, but I’d suggest getting one and trying it out for yourself.
Thank you Babeland for sending me the Tantus’ Luke to review!