After eagerly awaiting my deluxe bumper box of Tantus goodies (see “A tantalising New Year…with Tantus!”), I fished out the sealed Grab bag. The bag is transparent, displaying the Tantus Vibrating Vamp. On Tantus’s website, the pictures display ‘Black/Purple/Blue,’ ‘Purple/Blue,’ ‘Blue/Silver’ and ‘Black/Silver’ pearlescent colour combinations. These all look amazing!
I was somewhat surprised to see my Vamp was in fact plain black, though I am pleased with this. I now have my first ‘Big Black Cock’, and it has fairly substantial girth; my thumb and index finger just meet around the crown of the Vamp’s bulbous head (with pronounced coronal ridge), and the read-out on my tape measure is 5 1/4 inches! This dildo is suction cup-compatible, harness-compatible and anal safe.
Buzzing Bullet included
The Tantus Vibrating Vamp has a silver bullet vibrator included, that snugly fits in the hole at the base. The Tantus logo is etched in the rounded base of the Vamp, as well as on the side of the bullet vibe. The silver bullet takes a size N 1.5V Alkaline battery, which fits quite tightly. It needs a good shake to release the battery if you want to remove it to replace, or for long-term storage. The length of the bullet is 3 inches, and the finish is smooth despite a slight imperfection in the side, though this is purely cosmetic.
To turn the bullet on, simply press the purple button in its base. Remember to remove the paper disc that sits in the battery compartment for shipping, to prevent it accidentally switching on! There are three vibration settings; a slower low-intensity continuous vibration, a faster high-intensity continuous vibration and an intermittent pulsing pattern. This is ample variation for a bullet such as this, and to be honest I bought the Vamp for the silicone dildo, so the bullet is a bonus!
I initially tried the Tantus Vibrating Vamp whilst kneeling in the bath. I added some water-based lubricant to the head, though not enough to compensate for the drag of the silicone. Be warned, lint will stick to this meaty shaft. After use it’s best to air-dry following washing, and then store in a plastic case. For now, I’ll keep mine in its ‘Grab bag.’ As I said, the drag of the silicone and the fairly substantial girth of this dong means if you have a reasonably ‘tight’ vagina (or butt) you may need copious amounts of water-based lubricant.
Whilst ‘sitting’ on the Vamp in the first few minutes of play, I had the bullet inserted in the hole in the base. I then decided to remove the bullet and use it on my clitoris. This was because despite it having a reasonable amount of power, the thickness of the Vamp somewhat dulls the sensation. Moreover I tend to need clitoral stimulation to reach orgasm.
The Vamp is certainly a filling toy, and its thick bulbous head with pronounced coronal ridge are noticeable on entry. I will most definitely be trying him with the suction cup I purchased from Tantus. I also find my middle finger fits in the hole in the base rather well, which aids with thrusting.
Tantus’s Vibrating Vamp is a firm silicone toy, firmer than the Charmer and the Flurry. As I generally prefer softer silicone, the Vamp tends to be a dildo I go to when I want a less yielding toy. And there’s nothing wrong with that.
Get your Vibrating Vamp from Tantus for $39.99.
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