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The "Last" Thing You'd Think: A Plug For My Vagina!

Ever wished there was a vaginal equivalent to a butt plug? The Omega should be your first choice---the base cradles the clit, the ripples caress your g-spot, and the sensations as you walk around are wonderful. Also useful as DP training wheels, Omega is a flexible (in both senses of the word) sculpture that won't finish last in the race to please you.
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Pros:
A wonderful "vaginal plug" experience, ripples caress g-spot, base presses clit. Made in USA.
Cons:
Not a stand-alone masturbation all-star.
Rating by reviewer:
4
extremely useful review
USE
Omega is the last letter of the Greek alphabet, the last of the Tantus Elements line that I bought, and I love it best for the last thing I thought to use it for. With its comfy silicone construction, its ergonomic base, and its ripple-like, g-spot-caressing design, it's the first toy I've ever used as a vaginal plug. That's right, I slip it in as I get dressed in the morning, and walk around with an Omega inside for a few hours. It's gone from the last of the line to the first!

The Omega looks like the communications tower from an advanced alien race: it stands freely, slopes up to the sky, and the swirled purple ripples look like they'd receive transmissions. Instead, they give lots of pleasure to the front wall of my vagina as I move about my day. The base rubs my labia in an entirely pleasant way, and the triangular tip of the base presses against my clit sometimes, too. All of these lovely features can also be heightened by sticking the included watch-battery bullet vibe (with a bit of lube) into the hole in the base, and Omega can be used for masturbation as well as for a walking enhancer.

MATERIAL & TEXTURE
Tantus' body-safe, sterilizable (boil or briefly bleach) silicone is one of the ultimate sex toy materials, and it's all poured in the USA to boot. The Elements line has a more velvety feel to it than some of Tantus' slicker offerings, and the silicone is quite squishy and flexible, especially given the Omega's small diameter. If I hold the base, I can pull the tip down, release, and the stalk will bobble back and forth a few times. Despite the velvety finish, Omega glides in easily with or without water-based lube. It doesn't collect as much lint as glossy silicone, but I still store mine in a Ziplock bag with my other Elements, and wash with mild soap and water before and after use.

DESIGN, SHAPE, and SIZE
Omega is graced with a very broad base, which comes to a curved peak in front which can easily be folded up to rub against the clit (or perineum, if you're using Omega anally). Since the silicone is so smooth and flexible, I can walk around with Omega in my vagina comfortably. Even though the base looks like it would be awkward brushing against the thighs, as long as I wear tight panties, there's no trouble at all.

Extending up from the base, there is the 11.5cm insertable shaft. (As with all Tantus toys I've seen, the measurements match their advertisements to a T.) The ripples are quite small at the tip, growing to 2.5cm at their widest.

While its small size and extreme flexibility prevent Omega from being a very effective G- or P-spot stimulator, it occurs to me that it might be the perfect thing for a woman curious about double penetration, but wary of having two full-sized phalluses insider her on her first try. This may be true of most of the Elements line. Because of the shape of Omega's base, it may work better as the vaginal probe, or it may be turned around for anal use to avoid blocking access. I recently learned that my anatomy might have a shorter gap to bridge that the average that designers plan for, so this might not be an issue for most of you.
Experience
PERFORMANCE
Having tried the Omega as a masturbation aid while vibrating, not vibrating, vaginally, and anally, I can say it's a good deal of fun to play with, but not the first thing I'd reach for if I wanted to get off quickly.

It is the first thing I reach for when I want continuous vaginal stimulation for an hour or two at a time, though. I never really knew that a vaginal plug would be practical---I thought ben wa balls were the only wearable vaginal toy given that their lack of base meant a lack of chaffing. Thank goodness I discovered the Omega! The soft silicone has meant no awkward skin<->base interactions at all. In fact, the clit peak of the base feels wonderful, putting the gentlest pressure on my clit as I move about. And with the ripples caressing my g-spot at the same time, when I insert the Omega in the morning, I'm taking the first step to having a wonderful day.
Follow-up commentary
Oh, Omega!

While the novelty of most of the Elements line has worn off (they're just too slender and flexible to give lasting g-spot pleasure), I still use the Omega all the time. I'd be so ... empty without it. I can kegel to my heart's content, and I like the subtle clit pressure as I'm sitting down. The Omega is subtle and understated---which is exactly what I want to wear around all day. I'm so grateful I picked up Omega.
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My Elements Omega tags
  • 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?
    • Can be worn during intercourse
    • Can be worn under clothing
    • Teasing
  • Where
    [ ? ]
    Where / what types of places can this product be used?
    • Anywhere
    • Public
  • 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?
    • G-spot
    • Good for anal
    • Kegels
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Comments
  • Antipova
    Antipova  
    Glad I could inspire you, teeny! Good luck in your search, I know that things designed specifically as vaginal plugs aren't very common.
  • phunkyphreak
    phunkyphreak  
    NIce review makes me want one
  • Antipova
    Antipova  
    I'm glad you liked it, phunkyphreak You'll like Omega, too, I think!
  • Lindsey123
    Lindsey123  
    thanks!
  • Antipova
    Antipova  
    Anything to please, Lindsey.
  • Nothere
    Nothere  
    I need to try a vaginal plug now!
  • Antipova
    Antipova  
    This one's amaaaazing!
  • Love Perpetua
    Love Perpetua  
    Great review, Antipova! I had never really considered the Elements Omega until I read this/watched your video, because I thought it would just be too slender. But using it as a vaginal plug actually sounds really fun! Thanks!
  • Antipova
    Antipova  
    Definitely too slender for G-spotting, or even really thrusting, for me---but my gosh is it an excellent plug!
  • AmberM
    AmberM  
    Great review as always Antipova, also, is that a Lake in the background? It's gorgeous!
  • Antipova
    Antipova  
    Thanks Amber! Yes ma'am, a very nice lake it is
  • MR Chickhabit
    MR Chickhabit  
    wearing a toy all day seems soo awesome. lucky lady.
  • Antipova
    Antipova  
    Thanks to Tantus!
  • Diabolical Kitty
    Diabolical Kitty  
    OMG I want this now. Never thought of wearing a vaginal plug. I am definitely putting this on my wishlist. Great review!
  • Antipova
    Antipova  
    Thanks Diabolical Kitty! You might have better luck in the classifieds, I think this one's discontinued!
  • lexical
    lexical  
    Oh man...I wish they still made these
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