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Product Review: Buzz 1 by @Tantus

August 16th, 2013

Ooo, what’s that?

So you want a dildo, but you’re not into penises. Or maybe just penis-shaped sex toys. I have issues with those, though lately, I’ve been a little less disturbed by them than I used to be. Mostly because there are a few that only come in flesh tone that I really want to try. Anyway…if you’re into silicone, and phallic shapes that do not look like someone lobbed off some dude’s shlong, this might be the thing for you. It’s the Buzz 1 by Tantus, and it comes in pink, purple and black.

What’d it come in?

Tantus products come in this nifty box made of recyclable plastic with a clam shell mold to hold the toy steady. There are care instructions and such on the outside of the package. You can plainly see the toy through the package, so if you’ve got company, I’d open it when they’ve left.

How’s it made?

Length Diameter Circumference Insertable
Buzz 1 7.5″ 1.5″ 5″ 6.5″
Curve 6.5″ 1.5″ 4.75″ 5.75″
Acute 6″ 1.25″ 4.5″ 5.25″

When I got this in, M was all, “Don’t you already have that?”

And at first, I was dismayed. Maybe I did. I couldn’t remember! So I went through our toy box. I don’t know if he was thinking of Leo, which is a little more penis shaped, or Acute, which is a little less penis shaped, but I do not, in fact, have this already. I mean, I do now. But I didn’t then.

The Buzz 1, like all Tantus toys, is made of 100% pure platinum silicone, which is nonporous, body safe, hypoallergenic, and just all around bad ass. It’s got a bit of drag, and it’s flexible, but not so much that you can’t get some g-spot pressure. And it’s in that sweet spot for length. Just long enough that you’re not gonna cramp up trying to reach your sweet spot, but not so long that half of it’s hanging out when you’re fucking it…though I’ll admit I don’t understand why that’s a problem for some folks.

I keep forgetting this thing has a bullet. It’s waterproof and one speed, similar to the bullet that comes in the Little Secrets vibes. Maybe it’s the same one?

What’s it for?

Masturbation, mostly. Or strap-on sex. Either anally (since it’s got a wide base) or vaginally. Or orally, if you’re into that. Behind the knee? I don’t know what y’all get up to, these days. M and me use it in my pussy. So far. I’ve been having dreams of using it in my ass. I don’t think my ass can take that, right now. It can barely take M’s cock.

How is it?

Rayne’s Rating:
Pros: Cons:
made of silicone
no texture
not realistic
bulbous head
hole in the bottom
one speed vibe

My body is constantly changing its mind about what it likes. Does anyone else have this problem?

I mean, it’s great when it comes to reviewing new sex toys on the market, because I never know if I’m going to enjoy something until I get it inside me. But it’s not so great for buying sex toys because…I never know if I’m going to enjoy something until I get it inside me. Which is another reason I switched to body safe, shareable materials. This way, if I hate something, I can pass it on to someone who might like it.

Problem is, my body keeps changing its damn mind! So I end up hanging on to most of them just in case my picky pussy decides she likes it after all.

Right now, I’m digging on things with very little texture. I think it’s in relation to the whole delayed pussy reaction thing. When you’re not fully aroused, or are at least having issues getting wet, things with tons of texture can end up hurting in the bad way.

It’s getting better, by the way. When M fucked me, yesterday and today, I was so wet that, for a little while, there was no friction at all.

The first time—the very first time—I slid this toy between my labia, I was hooked, and put it right into my Ecstasy Bag, which is now too full. I need to have a dildo face-off and put one in the silicone bag.

The dildo, anyway. I don’t really like the bullet. At first, it annoyed the shit out of me. I had to make myself focus, and push through that annoyance to finally get off. That said, I’m also a quick cummer. Too much other shit to do to take forever cumming. So when it doesn’t put me on the brink of destruction in under a minute, it tends to piss me off.

But besides the initial annoyance, I came and then went straight into over-sensitivity. I couldn’t finish cumming because I had to get the vibe away from my clit, and that pretty much stopped the orgasm. Every time.

I don’t care about that, though. I love the dildo, and I prefer my fingers anyway.

It’s a little longer than my vagina. I know some folks have issues with this, but I have yet to find a problem. Makes me more comfortable when I’m using it to fuck myself. No matter how I’m fucking myself. If I put it on the floor, it makes it easier for me to squat or kneel over it. If I’m holding it, it gives me a more comfortable grip. I can’t take all of it, so I just don’t try. No biggie.

Anything else I should know?

The dildo’s super easy to take care of. Boil it, bleach it, stick it n the top shelf of the dishwasher with no soap, wash it with non-abrasive anti-bacterial soap. Let it dry. Toss it in your silicone bin. That’s it.

The bullet takes watch batteries, and should be washed with antibacterial soap. Store it with your Buzz if you want.

Lube up the hole for easier insertion. The Buzz hole. Though your hole, too, if you need/want to. That’s perfectly okay.

Where’d ya get it?

Tantus sent me the Buzz1 free of charge in exchange for an honest review. Tantus is, by far, my favorite brand of dildos. They’re pretty great with kink toys, too. And butt plugs.

Metis Black had this idea that people might like to have safe, artistic sex toys. And boy, was she ever right. All of the Tantus toys are body safe and hypoallergenic. And they look and feel good, too.

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  1. August 16th, 2013 at 22:28 | #1

    I don’t know how I missed this on their site, I didn’t even know it existed. I think it looks like the Echo would if the Echo didn’t have the ridges! I may have to get my hands on this.

  2. August 17th, 2013 at 10:33 | #2

    @ShadowedSeductress I think I had just started working for EF when it came out. Either that or EF was just doing a review round with it. When it got here, I had completely forgotten about it, and had to look it up. It’s good stuff, though. I love it.

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