Comet

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Rainbow comet of awesomeness

This toy is just amazing. I love the girth, the g-spot curve, the material, and the awesome color scheme. While it won't be good for anal newbies or ladies not used to penetration, it is harness compatible and has a suction cup base. The only real fault I found was that it can't be used as an anal plug. In total, this is a 5 star toy.
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Pros:
Silicone, colorful, hits g-spot and prostate, smooth, slightly flexible, harness compatible
Cons:
Can't be used as an anal plug
Rating by reviewer:
5
extremely useful review

Use

The Comet is a multicolored, silicone dildo by Tantus. Dildos, unlike vibrators, do not have a motor in them. Because of that they don't have any fancy functions, they are just neat shapes. This dildo also doesn't have a place in the bottom for you to put a bullet, so you can't make it into a vibrator.

The main way that I use this toy is for vaginal insertion. The bulges make it very interesting to thrust with, and the smooth material makes it easy to insert. The green tip is also shaped for g-spot stimulation, and it found my g-spot effortlessly.

This toy would also be great for anal insertion, though it's not for the anal newbie. The smooth material and curve would make it good for prostate stimulation and thrusting. The large, flared base makes this 100% anal safe, though it's not a good design to use as an anal plug.

If you want a toy to use externally this is probably not the best bet. It has no motor, so it's about as effective as your fingers externally. It's also not a good firmness to use as a massage tool.

As a first toy to introduce into a relationship, this would be okay. It's very pretty, but it's not very versatile and it can't be used externally during sex. You could use it for double penetration during sex, but it might be better to start with something smaller.

If you want a first toy in general, the Comet would be great for some people. If you're used to penetration and want something without a motor, Tantus would certainly be my first recommendation. The Comet will probably hit most people in the right spots, and it doesn't have any texture that could be a turn off.

This toy 100% passes Ryu's dorm seal of approval. It's motorless, so it's silent, and it is easy to care for. It's a bit larger than some, and the color makes it stand out, but it's still small enough to stash in a drawer.
  • Who / How / What
    [ ? ]
    Who might this product be best for? How is it best used? What are the best circumstances or situations for using this product?
    • Couples
    • Gender play
    • Solo
  • Where
    [ ? ]
    Where / what types of places can this product be used?
    • Anywhere
    • Campus/roommate living
    • Tub/shower/pool
  • Features
    [ ? ]
    What kind of features does this product offer?
    • Travel friendly
  • Body / part areas
    [ ? ]
    What areas on the body can this product be used / what areas does it stimulate best?
    • Anal
    • G-spot
    • P-spot

Material / Texture

The Comet is made from 100% silicone. Silicone is rated a 10 out of 10 on the Eden Safety Scale. It's nonporous and body safe, meaning that bacteria can't live inside of the material and that it doesn't contain any toxic chemicals.

One thing that keeps people going back to Tantus again and again is their special silicone. It's exactly a medium in firmness, where it won't bruise you or be uncomfortable, but it's also firm enough to stimulate g-spots and prostates.

One thing that sets this toy apart from the rest is the coloring of the silicone. This is Tantus's second foray into multicolored toys (the first being the Splish/Splash) and they really went all out. The tip of the toy is green, the shaft is orange, and the base and bottom of the shaft is pink. This color scheme isn't entirely feminine, which is great.

This toy has no texture at all to it. It's entirely smooth, which means it's very easy to insert. At the same time it does have a bit of drag, so some lube might be needed to insert it comfortably. Lube will for sure be needed if you plan on using this toy for anal play.

As far as flexibility goes, this toy is reasonably flexible. The tip can be bent to touch the base, but it takes a bit of effort. The three 'joints' are the most flexible places, while the thicker 'bulbs' don't have much give to them.

Because of the soft material, this toy feels a bit thinner than it actually is. If you are a bit wary of the girth for whatever reason, it feels about .5 inches around thinner when actually inserted. This also makes it good for thrusting, because the soft material won't bruise you if you get too enthusiastic.

In total, silicone is a great material for all users. It can be disinfected, and because it's nonporous you can switch users and orifices. It's soft enough to make thrusting easier, but it's firm enough to be good at g-spot stimulation.
    • Flexible
    • Harness compatible
    • Smooth

Design / Shape / Size

The Comet is a smaller version of the Tantus G-spot with less of a curve. The design is very fun and whimsical, all while being extremely functional. I wouldn't change a thing about the design.

This toy is 6.5 inches in total, with 6 of those being insertable. At the widest point it's 4.5 inches around. This means that it's just a bit longer than the average penis. Because it's about 'average,' there probably won't be any size envy issues if you incorporate this into partner play.

In terms of shape, this toy has three bulges. The first bulge, which is entirely green, is about 1.5 inches long. The next bulge, which is orange and green, is just over an inch long. The third bulge is thinner and more elongated, and makes up the rest of the insertable length. The green tip is curved, which is what makes it so effective at g-spot stimulation.

The base of the toy is pink, and is fairly thin. It has a Tantus logo printed on the bottom, but that's the only texture or ridge on the entire toy.

This toy isn't at all realistic, but if you leave it on your desk it's going to draw attention. While it's not obvious that it's a dildo, there also isn't much else you could claim it to be. Because of this, it's best to just put this away if you are planning on having anyone over.

If you want a toy to travel with, this one would be okay. It's not the smallest toy, but it's also not huge. It may be too large to store in a purse, but it would be fine to toss into a suitcase. It also doesn't have a motor, so you don't have to worry about it going off at security checks.

In total, the design of this toy is awesome. The three ridges are a lot of fun to insert, and the curved tip is great for g-spot stimulation. It's also thin enough that people who are used to penetration will like it, though it's not for anal beginners.

Here's the toy VS a pen:
Comt VS Pen

The toy being flexed:
Comet Flex

A detail shot:
Comet detail
    • Beginner
    • Ergonomic
    • Whimsical / artistic

Performance

As far as use goes, this toy is relatively versatile. The shape and material make it easy to use and switch partners, but not having a motor makes it fairly useless for external stimulation.

The first use of this toy is insertion. You can use this toy both vaginally and anally, and the curved tip is great for both g-spot and prostate stimulation. The smooth surface makes it very easy to thrust with, and it needs a minimal amount of lube.

If you want to use this toy anally, it works much better as a probe than a plug. The base would make it uncomfortable to wear for prolonged periods of time, and it would probably be pretty hard to keep inside while out and about. It's also much longer than plugs tend to be.

This toy does have a bit of a suction cup on the base. While it's not super strong, it can hold on to entirely flat surfaces like a single tile or a mirror very well. This makes it great for shower or bath play.

Another perk is that this toy is harness compatible. If the o-ring on your harness will fit the girth, this would be a great strap on toy. It's also flexible, which means you don't have to worry about thrusting too vigorously and hurting your partner.

In total, this toy is fairly versatile. If you want something with a suction cup, that is harness compatible, and that is anal safe this would be a great toy, but don't expect to use it as an anal plug.
    • Discreet sound
    • Easy to use

Care and Maintenance

This toy is easy to store and care for. It's a bit of a lint magnet, so it's a good precaution to wash it before and after each use. I wash mine with an antibacterial toy cleaner, but soap and water or a toy wipe also work well. There aren't any ridges or seams that are hard to clean.

You can also disinfect this toy. It's entirely silicone, so you can always boil it for a few minutes, but you also can just wipe it down with a 10% bleach solution for an easier fix. This should be done each time you switch users or orifices.

I keep this in a cool, dark place with the rest of my toys. You should not store this toy in contact with other silicone toys, as they can potentially react with eachother. Similarly, you should not use silicone based lube with the Comet.
    • Easy to clean
    • Easy to store

Packaging

This toy comes in the typical Tantus packaging. It's entirely made of flimsy plastic, but I like to think that Tantus passes on the savings to the customer. If you have any other Tantus packaging, this will be identical.

The front has a clear area where you can see the toy and the name of the brand. It also has a minimal amount of information about the toy and why it's awesome. It actually doesn't have the name of the toy on the front of the box.

The back of the box has a blurb about the company, which is based in the US, and why it's better than the other companies out there. It's all pretty basic information, but I don't find that I need much else. There are some short care instructions on the side of the box.

As far as storage goes, Tantus boxes are not a good choice. It's very hard to open, pretty noisy, and the box is much larger than the toy itself. It also doesn't look super fancy, but it would still be fine to wrap up and give as a gift.

Here's the front:
Comet Front

And the back:
Comet Back
    • Minimal
    • Not discreet

Personal comments

There are two new toys in this Tantus line that piqued my interest, so of course I had to get both. Here I just want to show a quick comparison photo of the Comet and Rocket. I will also do a separate review on the Rocket, but this should give you an idea of the differences.

What surprised me is that the Comet is actually bigger than the Rocket! They both are similar in width, though at the moment I like the Comet a bit more.

Comt VS Rocket 1
Comet VS Rocket 2

Experience

When I saw this line on the Tantus website I just had to have them. They're spaced themes, silicone, and look like popsicles; if you know me at all this is a lethal combination. I actually ordered both the Comet and the Rocket the day they came out, to give you an idea about how stoked I was.

The Comet is actually my favorite of the two, though I love them both. I really love the g-spot curve in this toy, and it's just thick enough to be filling without making this girth wimp uncomfortable. The long length of this toy also means that people with a deep g-spot are in luck.

I would recommend this toy to everyone, but realistically if you're an anal newbie or aren't used to vaginal penetration this may not be the best option. It also doesn't vibrate, for those of you looking for some oomph, but I've found that I usually like dildos better than vibrators.

Because the only flaw I can find with this toy is that you can't use it as a plug, I am giving it a shiny 5 out of 5 stars.
This product was provided free of charge to the reviewer. This review is in compliance with the FTC guidelines.
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Comments
  • amenti
    amenti  

    Thank you for your super helpful review! Thank you for the wonderful pictures, video and size compare with the rocket!


  • Qozt
    Qozt  
    Thank you for the review! I might have to get this
  • StarrStacked
    StarrStacked  
    Thanks for the pictures.
  • GingerSpice
    GingerSpice  
    THANKS!!!
  • loveandcupcakes
    loveandcupcakes  
    thanks
  • Lioncub
    Lioncub  
    Thank you for the review.
  • sunflower
    sunflower  
    Love the look and hope it comes back in stock soon! Thanks for all the pics and info. I was looking between the Comet and Rocket and I think I like this one better... Thanks!
  • LoneOokami
    LoneOokami  
    Thanks for the info.
  • karenm
    karenm  
    Great review, thanks!
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