The Tantus Bound dildo is a realistic looking phallus with an extra twist; rope texturing entwined around a bulging hulk of a peen! Mine is the Cocoa version, but it is also available from Tantus in Cream or Black. Bound was designed by SheVibe, and manufactured / distributed by Tantus. It is made from 100% ultra-premium silicone, so completely body safe and is harness-compatible. Tantus Bound can also be used anally, due to its flared base. I have not tested it this way, only vaginally.
The main feature that attracted me to the Tantus Bound is its intricate texture. I have tried tying an actual penis with rope. But the main purpose was to act as a cock-ring to maintain Mr Bunny’s erection. I did not actually have the rope enter me. I’m not even sure I would actually want to attempt that! Imagine the conversation with my GP when I go in with a sore vagina that has been chafed by nylon! Far safer to use a textured dildo.
The rope criss-crosses the top third of Bound, just behind the glans. It traverses its way around the shaft about two-thirds of the way, before wrapping around in three sequential strands at the base. Prominent veins ‘squiggle’ vertically down the shaft, bulging between the ropey strands. Visually, it looks pretty exciting, and though the twine-like texturing is only a few millimeters in diameter it feels real enough on handling the dildo.
Riding the Tantus Bound was as good as I’d hoped it would be. There was plenty of sensation, with a fulfilling amount of girth and length (just over 6 inches from head to base). It is on the firmer side, having less ‘squishiness’ than the dual density Flurry (also by Tantus). But that’s fine, because sometimes a bit more muscle is what this Bunny needs, and Bound is a solid Hulk of silicone.
The texturing is stimulating without being too rough. Bumps from the rope stroke my inner walls, and arouse my masochistic side on the odd occasion they rub into my pubic bone. It reminds me that self-pleasure can be raw and ‘animalistic,’ as well as a leisurely ascension up the escalator to orgiastic delight.
Having said that, the Tantus Bound needs to be treated with care. Usually I have to warm up using a non-textured silicone dildo, or a glass dildo before I’m lubricated enough to accept the knotty surface of Bound. I find I don’t necessarily need to thrust the Bound to get the stimulation I need. I can either simply clench my kegel muscles. Alternatively, I can gyrate my hips whilst sitting astride it and using a clitoral vibrator.
Aftercare is a bit more involved for this dildo, since it has so many ridges and crevices for nasty germs to hide. I use an antibacterial cleaner, followed by boiling for 5-10 minutes in water to sterilise.
In a bind
I want to love the Bound. I really like it. Aesthetically I rate it 10/10. The quality is also top-(k)notch (see what I did there?). But in terms of giving pleasure, it is let down by the fact that it does not have the right angling to hit my G-spot. Also, since it does require a ‘warm-up’, I’m mainly going to use Bound when I have a good amount of time to myself. Overall I’d have to rate this dildo 7.5/10, which is still a pretty good score. Those seeking extra texture will hopefully enjoy this twisted piece of silicone.
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