Way to tell softness before buying

spineyogurt spineyogurt
Me and my girlfriend have several tantus toys. We lik them all but my girlfriend prefers the ones that end up being on the softer side. Ee were wondering if there was any way to tell how firm a toy is before you try it like a grading scale or something? Thanks
03/02/2012
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Nazaress Nazaress
Read the reviews. That's all you can really do.
03/03/2012
Rin (aka Nire) Rin (aka Nire)
Short of going to a sex toy shop and handling the toy you want, reviews are really the only way to get an idea of softness before buying (video reviews or pictures are a bit more helpful if they're available, I've found). Eden unfortunately doesn't have a "squish" scale. Maybe someday they'll implement one - I think it would be really useful!
03/04/2012
Callisto Callisto
Quote:
Originally posted by spineyogurt
Me and my girlfriend have several tantus toys. We lik them all but my girlfriend prefers the ones that end up being on the softer side. Ee were wondering if there was any way to tell how firm a toy is before you try it like a grading scale or ... More
Look for the O2 material.
03/04/2012
Jenna@Tantus Jenna@Tantus
You are always welcome to email me directly and ask questions. I might be able to steer you in the right direction....jclark@ta ntusinc.com.

(I agree with the O2 suggestion, plus there's always SuperSoft.)
03/05/2012
underHim underHim
You can sometimes get a general idea from the reviews, but I think it is a shot in the dark more times than not. Your ideas of soft may be very different from the reviewer.
03/05/2012
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