O2 Flurry

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You Got Me In A Flurry!

I'm a girl that love her vibrators and hardly ever buys a dildo. When I saw the pretty new Flurry, something in me just had to have it anyway. Turns out, I actually love this thing! The dual density silicone is the most realistic material I've ever had the pleasure to run across. The size was a concern for me, but the plushy outer layer shielded the extra girth from hurting me. A recommended product for anyone looking to try one of the Tantus O2 products.
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Pros:
Dual density silicone
Pretty color options
Realistic feel
Smaller size
Cons:
Collects hair, dust, dirt, etc like crazy
Texture might be off-putting to some
Rating by reviewer:
5
extremely useful review

Use

The O2 Flurry is one of the new color options in Tantus' O2 dildo line. Made of a dual density silicone, the O2 Flurry is meant to closely resemble the feel of the real thing. The colorful additions to the line, however, look less like it. The lovely colored Flurry can be inserted vaginally or anally, as it is flared at the base. It also supposedly works as a G spot dildo, but more on that later.

Flurry can be used for solo or partner play. The base is harness compatible. There's almost no way you can't use the Flurry.

Material / Texture

Flurry is made of 100% silicone, putting it at a 10 on the saftey scale. The O2 line of silicone is different, boasting a dual density silicone. What this means is that there is a hard silicone core and a soft outer silicone wrapping. This creates the "hard yet soft" feel of a real erect penis. From what I can tell, it seems that the layers are color coded, the white being the soft layer and the pink being the hard one. I'm not 100% on that, but it's my guess.

The first thing I noticed when I took this out of its package was that the material had a bit of a sticky feel to it. This has gone away somewhat after washing it a few times, but does still remain. If I clasp my hand around it and let go, it sticks to my hand for a second. This also means that it will act like a lint roller for dust, hair, and anything else in the air or ground, heaven forbid you drop it. This is one you'll want to wash before and after use.

Aside from the sticky part, the rest of the dildo feels incredibly realistic. Now, bear in mind that I'm one that buys mostly vibrators and I don't have a ton of dildos to compare this to. That being said, this is the most realistic feeling one I have encountered. It has a squish to the outside but a firm inside, so it manages to be both rigid and soft all at the same time. The dual density allows the dildo to recreate the effect of an actual erect penis as much as I think is possible with silicone.

The very tip, like the actual thing, is where there is the most give. I can squeeze this and get it to come together somewhat.



The all white tip is the only area that this is possible, thus why I think the white is the softer silicone. Areas that are all pink have no give to them at all, like the base, which is just the hard silicone.



For texture, there are what my husband calls the "alien heads." Flurry has one regular head and then what looks to be the bottom half of another below it. It looks decidedly odd, and I'll go into this and how it works more in the next section. The rest of the shaft is completely smooth.

Flurry has the very slightest silicone odor, but I had to hold it to my nose and sniff it a good three or four times to detect it. It also has a slight silicone taste. This seems to be strongest at the base.

I think all users will be thrilled with this material. It is amazing, really. I've never been one to rave about dildo material, but I can't say enough about how impressed I am with the ability of Tantus to have captured the feel of a real penis and put it into a dildo.

Design / Shape / Size

The Flurry is the smallest option available in the new line. The page says it is 7.5 in total length and 6.5 insertable. I got 7 when I measured from tip to close to the base, so somewhere between 6.5-7 is insertable, depending on how close to the base you can get. At the widest point, it is 1.5 inches. The tip is 1 inch wide.



Flurry extends beyond my hand, down past my wrist.



Honestly, Flurry is well past my normal size range. I usually buy 1-1.25 inch diameter toys. The insertable length doesn't matter too much, because I can always just insert only as much as I choose, but I'm more than happy with a 4 inch insertable length toy. However, Flurry is the smallest option available, so Flurry is what I got. I made this work for me because the soft outer layer seemed to shield me from feeling too stretched out from the width like I can with more rigid materials at this size.

I think that I tend to buy on the small side and think that Flurry is a great starting point for the average user looking for an O2 toy. Those that like a lot of girth should probably check out some of the other options available. If you have tried soft materials at 1.5 diameter and been unsuccessful, this might not work for you. If you just can't use hard materials at this size, I would say give Flurry a chance. For most, this will be a workable size.

Flurry looks sort of like a real penis, except for the head. The head is, as mentioned, an alien head. It has a regular head on it and then the bottom half of another below it. I'll be honest, it freaks me out just a little bit. On the other hand, I don't like realistic looking things, so it's a plus on that end. I think it looks realistic enough to appeal to those that like a more realistic look, but not so much to turn people like me that don't away.

The bizarre double head effect creates a texture of sorts, almost like a ribbing.





The ridges of the head are made of the softer silicone and have a lot of give to them. However, I can feel them during use. I have some texture sensitivity and I found that sometimes the double heads would set it off. I think this was a combination of the texture and girth working together. I found that if I faced the ribbing downward, where I'm less sensitive, I could avoid discomfort. If your texture sensitive all around, there may be a potential issue. If you really like texture, I think this is noticeable enough to satisfy. It's not a ton, so if you need ribbing up and down it clearly doesn't have that.

Another note, the Flurry has flexibility to it. It won't bend around on its own, but you can bend it back. I can get it to bend pretty much in half. It will pop immediately back into its original position.

Flurry is not a discreet toy. It's realistic enough that no one is going to mistake this for anything other than a dildo. It looks like a oddly colored, slightly alien penis. You can always hide this, as it's not the largest dildo ever made.

Performance

In terms of performance, the best part of this toy is the material. The realistic feel is nothing like I have ever experienced before and the highlight of using this for me. What's also refreshing is that I was actually able to use this even though it was 1.5 inches in diameter. As a regular dildo, I was very impressed with how well this worked and felt.

Now, Tantus claims that Flurry is a G spot dildo. I'll be honest, I don't see anything about this dildo that could possibly hit my G spot, but I figured maybe there was some hidden feature I couldn't see. There wasn't. Even if I angled this directly at my G spot, I couldn't get any pressure on it. To be fair, my G spot is very particular. It's shifted to the left a bit and will only work with the most extreme of curves. If you have a very sensitive G spot, perhaps this will work better in that area for you than it did for me. I'll never fault anything for not hitting my G spot. If I did that, I wouldn't have many sex toys I liked.

The base seemed like a suction at first because it had a suction effect on my table when I was taking pictures. When I tried to suction it vertically, it immediately fell. I don't think it's actually intended to be used as a suction. I think it just happens to curve and the material give it a light suction effect. I wouldn't test this out as if it were a real suction device in the shower or anything like that.

I don't have a harness, so I'm unable to say how it works in that instance.

Care and Maintenance

Because Flurry attracts every bit of lint and hair in the room, it should be washed before and after each use. I use toy spray and water, but you could also use a regular toy cleaner or soap. If you decide you want to share, you can also boil this toy. The many possible ways to clean it make it simple to maintain.

Make sure not to use silicone lubes with Flurry, as it could potentially damage the silicone material. Water based only for this one.

I store mine in a pouch. You could use the original packaging, but I found that the sticky feel to the silicone wanted to stick to the plastic box and I didn't like it.

Packaging

Flurry comes in a clear plastic box that says "100% Pure Silicone" on the front and "Tantus." It also says "the world's best soft toys for adults." You don't even have to get past the wording to know this isn't discreet packaging. The back has a nice little blurb about Tantus.







I think the packaging is pretty, but I'm sure this is only because I happen to like the font they picked. I'm big on fonts. If you're not, this box may be too indiscreet or plain to catch your interest.

As mentioned, the silicone seems to want to stick to the plastic box and thus I found it was no good for storage.

Personal comments

I would highly recommend Flurry to anyone looking to try the O2 line, or even try a dildo in general. This would make a great first dildo for someone since it's not too big. It might ruin them from other materials forever, but I bet they'll be a sex toy lover for life.

The only people I would say this may be a pass for is those that need something very wide or those that know they can't stand anything above 1 inch or so. I usually don't go above 1.25 and was able to use this. For those that need a larger diameter, Tantus was nice enough to release some thicker colored options as well.

Experience

There's a lot of things I should hate about the Flurry. It doesn't vibrate, for one. I hardly ever buy things that don't vibrate. Despite the pretty color, it still looks like a penis and I wouldn't call myself a fan of realistic shaped toys. It's 1.5 in diameter and generally that's too big. Honestly, my lust for this toy confused me. I'd heard such great things about the O2 line and the non-realistic colors came out and I guess I just had to scoop this smaller sized one up.

I'm really happy I did. I don't usually like dildos, to be honest. I have some and they really never get used. Since I got this, I've used it almost every day. Sometimes more than once a day. Maybe part of what I didn't like, despite the lack of vibrations, was the feel to my other dildos. The way this one feels is beyond what I can really describe. It gets to where I forget if I'm using a dildo or having sex at times. It's that good.

I thought I wouldn't be able to thrust with this because of the size, but luckily the soft outer silicone pads it enough where I can thrust, although not too vigorously. I cautiously allowed my husband to try this with me. He tends to get over excited with things and thrust away with them. This is a great benefit to me with smaller toys and a great downfall with larger ones. At higher thrusting levels, the size did get to me. Add in the texture sensitivity and I did start to get a "ripped out" feeling. It wasn't as bad as other toys, however. I'll be giving him some more coaching on this one, perhaps.

Used solo, I'm able to make slower, methodical thrusts or rotate this and create amazing results. I mostly use this paired with one of my clit vibes, but I was able to use this by itself at a moderate thrusting speed as a stand alone toy.

All in all, this is the best dildo purchase I've ever made (barring my Pure Wand). It almost makes me want to buy more dildos, but since I've heard this is the best, I think I'll probably stick to my vibrators for now. I wish Tantus would make more in this size range.

My only complaints on this toy are the amount of hairs and dirt it attracts and that the texture can be a little much for me. I can wash the dirt off, so no points off for that. The texture was almost a star off, but luckily I could twist it upside down where I'm less sensitive and have no more problems.

That keeps Flurry at a five star toy. A five star, realistic, non-vibrating toy? Yep, I didn't believe it either.
Follow-up commentary
I now own two O2 Flurries (Flurrys?). When my husband and I started pegging he quickly decided he wanted something larger than the small toys we have picked out. I suggested the Flurry and he decided he had to try it out that night. Since I have a major paranoia of germs I gave him mine and ordered a new one for me. This is our go to dildo for pegging. While Bandit is my husband's all time favorite this comes in a close second. It's a good size for both of us to use. Flurry was one of the first toys that turned me on to dildos and I couldn't have picked a better toy to reintroduce me to the category.
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    SourAppleMartini  
    Thank you!
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    Mr. John  
    This was an excellent review.
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