O2 Cush

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I've Got a Cush On You

Cush was one of the toys I purchased as a warm up toy to get to larger sized ones. The size worked well for me and I love the O2 material, but not quite as much as VixSkin material. I really appreciate that Tantus came out with this colorful line of realistic dildos as they appeal to my aesthetic tastes more than a flesh toned toy does. The only thing that stops this from being perfect for me was the amount of texture. After a short period of time, it started to get a bit painful for me.
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Pros:
Realistic material, Fun color options, Harness compatible, Good size for warm up to larger toys
Cons:
Texture may be too much for some
Rating by reviewer:
4
extremely useful review

Use

Cush is made of Tantus' realistic O2 material, but done in a variety fun colors for a less realistic look. Cush is part of the newer colorful O2 line which also includes the O2 Flurry and O2 Revolution. Cush features some texture at the shaft which also isn't in the realistic realm. It's a great option for those that want something that feels like the real thing, but with some added stimulation and a more colorful appearance. Cush comes in pink, purple, and blue.

Cush is flared at the base, making it safe for vaginal and anal use. It is harness compatible. It can be used for partner or solo play in many different ways. Since it is harness compatible, it can be used for gender play, pegging, or any other use you can think of for a harness compatible dildo. It can be used as a warm up as part of foreplay or for larger toys. It can be used as a stand alone dildo for solo sessions or paired with an external vibrator.

Material / Texture

Cush is made of silicone, putting it at a 10 on the safety scale. Silicone is non-porous and can be boiled to disinfect if sharing between partners.

This particular dildo is made of premium O2 silicone, which is a dual density material. Dual density is designed to feel the most realistic of all silicone materials. It is two layers of silicone - one firm inner layer wrapped in a soft, squishy outer layer. The colorful Cush allows you to actually see the two different materials. The pink color is the harder silicone and the white is the squishy silicone. The largest amount of the squishy material is at the head, which is all white. The further down the shaft you go, the more pink Cush gets and thus the more firm the dildo gets. Through most of the shaft there is a thicker outer layer on one side and less of this outer layer on the other. The effect that is created is a firm but soft material. When you squeeze your hand around it, the outer layer gives in up until you hit the firm core at which point the give stops. The head is completely squishy, which you can see here:



While the inner core is very firm, it is not completely rigid. It can be bent somewhat, but will go back to the original shape when you let go. It does not flop around on its own. To get the bend, you have to put force into it.



The result of the layers is a material that feels pretty close to the real thing. The first time I encountered O2 I thought it was the most realistic material I'd ever experienced. Since then, I've picked up some VixSkin toys and to me those are a little more realistic. The O2 line is firmer than the VixSkin toys and I think the added squish to the VixSkin makes it a little more realistic. However, for those that want something a little more firm, O2 is an amazing realistic material that provides a bit of extra firmness.

The soft outer layer does have a bit of a sticky feel to it. This is very noticeable at first and seems to go away a little after a few washes, but always stays a little sticky. This means that Cush is a lint, hair, and everything else magnet. Good storage is a necessity and a quick wash down before use is probably not a bad idea.

Texture wise, the Cush has the indent around the head and then from the head down to about the middle of the shaft is what looks like half of an oval for texture. This half oval is raised up and then indented downward to make it more pronounced. It is done in the white, squishy silicone.







The indent on the head is noticeable during use, but isn't overwhelming in texture. The half oval a stronger texture than you would think considering it is done in the squishy material. While I can push it down with my fingers, it can be felt very much during use. I'm slightly texture sensitive and the texture on Cush would set those sensitivities off most every time I used it. It's not as bad as something with ribbing all up and down it, but it was enough to cause slight discomfort sometimes and pain other times.

The texture on this will be good for those that like a medium amount of texture. It's not texture heavy, but it is enough texture to give added stimulation for those that like it. It's probably too much for those that are texture sensitive. The texture could be good for texture beginners so long as you have tried some textured toys before and know that texture won't bother you.

Design / Shape / Size

Cush is 7.5" in length according to my measurements. The product page lists 7". I got around 6.5" insertable where the product page lists 6.75". This will depend on how close to the base you can get. The diameter is 1.75" at the widest point. The head starts around 1.25" in diameter, but moves quickly to the 1.75". The base is 2.5" wide.



Here you can see it in my hand for size reference:



I'm a girl that likes smaller toys. When my husband came to me and said he had a fantasy of me using larger ones, I knew I would need some warm up sizes. Since my max diameter had been 1.5", the 1.75" of Cush seemed like a good stepping stone size. This size works out well for me as a warm up toy for bigger sized dildos. As a stand alone size, the 1.75" seems to either be too big or too small, depending on what I'm in the mood for that day. If I'm in a regular size mood, 1.75" is too much. If I want bigger toys, the 1.75" just doesn't cut it. It does work for what I got it for though, which is to warm up for 2" sized toys. The length of this is good. It's sometimes more than I need, but then I just get a larger handle.

The size is not suitable for beginners. This is best for intermediate and advanced users who like a moderate amount of girth. It won't give you a totally full and stretched feeling, so size queens may want to look at other options. For those looking for something a bit more filling than a 1.5" dildo, but not something that will cause an overly full and stretched out feel, this size will work really well.

The design of this is realistic - sort of. It's phallic but done in the white and pink color tones and with the additional texture. While it's not as realistic as a true "realistic" dildo, there will be no mistaking what this is. The size allows for travel, but just be aware that if someone runs across it they will know it's a sex toy. It's fairly easy to hide in a drawer, but make sure you store it in something to keep hair and dust from collecting all over it.

Performance

Tantus says that the curve of Cush is designed to stimulate the G spot. It doesn't really curve very much and I don't see this hitting too many people's G spots. I know for sure it doesn't get anywhere near mine. Despite that, it does perform well as a traditional dildo. The bulge at the head provides a nice amount of sensation. The indent from the head to shaft makes the head noticeable during use but not uncomfortable.

The size works well for me, at least for the intended purposes. It makes a good stepping stone to go from a 1.5" toy to a 2" one. It gives a more full feeling that what I was used to at 1.5" sizes, which felt surprisingly good.

What didn't really work for me was the texture. While it wasn't so textured that I couldn't use it, I was never able to use it for very long before it got uncomfortable. The texture would go from slightly enjoyable to a little uncomfortable to kinda painful in about fifteen minutes tops. Luckily, since I was just using this as a warm up I didn't need to use it for too long anyway. If I had gotten this to use as a stand alone, I would have been really upset at how little of a period of time I can use it before I have to stop.

While this isn't a toy that it shared or used in a harness, I did put it in my harness just to see. It fits in nicely and is easy to wear around. If the Flurry is anything to go on, this one should be great during actual harness use as well.

It's not technically a suction cup base, but it does actually stick to things pretty well. You have to wet it to get this effect, but once it's wet it will grip well and is hard to get back up from whatever you stick it to. It even holds well on a vertical surface.

Care and Maintenance

Cush is very easy to care for. You can wash it with simple soap and water or toy cleaner. You can also boil it for three minutes to disinfect, which should be done if you are sharing between partners or going from vaginal to anal use. You can also place this in the top rack of your dishwasher.

Only water based lubes should be used with Cush. Silicone lubes can damage silicone toys.

It can be stored in the original package, but this is not ideal. It can also be stored in a pouch or baggie.

Packaging

Cush comes in a see through box, so it's not at all discreet. The front says "100% Ultra Premium Platinum Silicone" and "The World's Best Soft Toys For Adults" as well as the Tantus logo. The back has some information about Tantus. The side has a blurb about "what makes Tantus toys the best" and little bullet points.





Since it's see through and mentions "toys for adults," this is far from discreet. It doesn't work all that well for storage because the plastic of the box top doesn't go back together well and the box itself starts to lose shape quickly.

There are no instructions included, but none are really needed.

Personal comments

If you're looking to step up from 1.5" sized toys or just know you like 1.75" toys, Cush is a fun toy with great material. The only downside is the texture, but that may be a plus for many. Other than the texture, I really like this toy and would recommend it to anyone that doesn't have the same texture sensitivities as I do.

In case you were curious, I decided to take a picture of Cush next to Flurry so you can see the size difference. I know some people may be looking at both, so I thought a comparison photo might be helpful. The texture on Flurry's double heads is also noticeable, but doesn't seem to bother me. It's 1.5" in diameter as opposed to 1.75".

Experience

I really love everything about Cush except the texture. I wish I could use it longer. I like the O2 material and I especially love when companies bundle a realistic material with a non-realistic coloring. I'm not a fan of flesh toned, realistic looking toys but do love dual density. The options for fun colored but realistic feeling dildos are slim and I'm really happy that Tantus added these to their line up.

Since I never planned on using this for extended sessions, the fact that I can't use it too long didn't end up being a total deal breaker. I can use it just about as long as I need to in order to move up to the next size. I do wish it wasn't so texture because then maybe I could use it on days I wanted something in between as a stand alone.

While I do think the VixSkin is more realistic, O2 is still pretty close to the real thing. If given the option, I'll go for the VixSkin, but I do like having some of the O2 in my collection as well. Especially with the pretty pink colors!

I'm going with a four on this. The texture stops it from being a full five stars for me, but it still does exactly what I wanted it to do - warm me up for larger toys and have a realistic feel. The look of the Cush is great and what really draws me to the colorful line of O2 toys. It's not perfect, but it's still a solid toy and one I'm happy to have.
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Comments
  • roskat
    roskat  
    Thank you! The ridge seems quite sharp.
  • Melan!e
    Melan!e  
    Thanks for the review. I had been looking at the Flurry too. Great photo of the Cush and Flurry for comparison.
  • pestilence
    pestilence  
    Great review! Thanks for the extensive pics.
  • comatose-kitty
    comatose-kitty  
    Thanks for all the pics
  • CadmiumKitty
    CadmiumKitty  
    good review
  • Bullfroggy and Rose
    Bullfroggy and Rose  
    thanks for the pics
  • Dragonfly Delta
    Dragonfly Delta  
    Very helpful pic. Thanks!
  • sXeVegan90
    sXeVegan90  
    Thank you for the review!
  • eri86
    eri86  
    Visuals are much appreciated.
  • Mr. John
    Mr. John  
    Thank you for a really good review.
  • Dre' Fuller
    Dre' Fuller  
  • thegogofiasco
    thegogofiasco  
    Thank you for the comparison photo and the drawing of the dimensions. You're awesome.
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