I’ve wanted to try a realistic dildo for awhile now, and I’m so glad the Tantus Adam O2 was my first. I chose Adam to review mainly based on looks without reading a bunch of reviews of the toy like I usually do, and in this case my instincts, and Adam, served me well.
Adam is a realistic silicone dildo in the Tantus “O2” Dual Density line, which features a hard muscle core covered in a layer of Supersoft ™ silicone to mimic the feeling of a real penis. The toy has a realistic shape with a pronounced smooth head and a matte veiny shaft, with a flared round based for suctioning or use with a harness. The toy comes in three colors whose names remind me of coffee: Black, Cream, and the one I have, Cocoa.
While sometimes it takes me a few uses to warm up to a toy, with Adam it was love at first try. Adam’s generous girth (1.5″) and length (7″) and curved shape puts intense pressure on my g-spot and makes me feel like I’m going to squirt almost immediately. I usually warm up by clenching around it, and then move on to using the toy’s hard head to massage my g-spot, and eventually thrust harder and faster until I reach orgasm and/or squirt.
I love using Adam both by myself as well as during foreplay and sex. The 1st time I used Adam, Jake and I used it for a threesome fantasy/DP scenario, and it felt incredible, as evidenced by the puddle I left on my Fascinator Throe. I also love having Jake use it on me while I’m giving him oral, and with my eyes closed and some dirty talk, I almost forget it’s not the real thing.
Since silicone has some drag to it and Adam is a girthy toy, I use plenty of water based lube with it and like to keep the bottle nearby. I don’t insert Adam all the way (only the head and about half of the shaft,) but I like the extra inches for looks and also because they make it easier to hold onto. I also find the base useful as a handle for thrusting.
Adam is my first realistic dildo, so I don’t have much to compare it to, although I have felt Vixskin toys before and it’s definitely harder than their silicone. Adam also doesn’t have the freakishly lifelike design that I’ve seen in some “realistic” material or PVC dildos, but I’ll take Tantus’ high quality silicone and a little less realism over harmful phthalates any day. Besides, Adam’s hardness and shape feel incredible on my g-spot, and I don’t think it needs to be any softer.
I haven’t used Adam anally, but it can be used safely as an anal toy since it has a flared based and can be completely sterilized. I also haven’t tried it with a harness yet but probably will at some point and will add an update or follow-up if I do.
Adam is made of 100% non-porous silicone and can be easily cleaned and sterilized by washing it with antibacterial soap and warm water, running it through the dishwasher (top shelf, no soap), by boiling it, or by using a 10% bleach solution. Since it’s made of silicone, you should only use a water based lube with this toy. Like all silicone toys, Adam collects dust and hair like crazy and should be stored properly and washed before and after each use.
If you’re looking for a girthy realistic dildo, an intense g-spot toy, or both, then I definitely recommend the Tantus Adam O2. With its generous girth, realistic shape, and hard, pronounced head, Adam does wonders for my g-spot as well as my dirty imagination during role-play. If you’re new to penetration, prefer a smaller girth, or don’t enjoy intense g-spot stimulation then this probably isn’t the toy for you.