O2 Cush - sex toy by Tantus - review by Eva Schwaltz

O2 Cush

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Actually, this kind of hurts

Apparently this is best suited for size queens. The Cush is almost too over filling it can be hard to bare. The outer coating of silicone is not that soft and the girth is fairly substantial.
Good for anal and vaginal insertion, harness compatible, body safe material
No hole to add any extras, not good for beginners, girthy, awkward ridge
Rating by reviewer:
useful review


The O2 Cush from Tantus is one of their dual density silicone dildos with a soft outer
layer of coating and a firm inner core. You can use this anally or in a harness as it has a nice flared base or vaginally if you can appreciate this size. This doesn’t vibrate and it doesn’t have a hole for adding a bullet so it is a very quiet toy.

Material / Texture

This is all made of silicone. The soft outer coating is only a thin layer of silicone covering a large firm inner core so this turned out to be much firmer than I was expecting. It’s just about as firm as the Vamp from the same company.

It has a ridge that goes over the front part of the shaft in a half circular shape. I found this to be pretty awkward but luckily I couldn’t insert the Cush that far. There are, however, no seams to worry about.

Design / Shape / Size

Almost the entire shaft is 5 ½” in circumference. You can insert this up to 6 3/4”. This is not a dildo for the beginners.

The head is tapered, but it gets wide very quickly. The base is completely flat with no holes for bullets or suction cups. Tantus is etched into the base which really can’t be felt.


I got this thinking it would be a good introduction to larger toys but it turned out to be too much too fast. Initially, the head caused a bit of pain while being inserted, but once in, my body got used to the Cush. Unfortunately this initial discomfort prevented me from enjoying this dildo.

Lots and lots of lube is necessary for this toy to be enjoyable. Stick to only water based lubes because a silicone lube will degrade the silicone on the Cush. I recommend this for those who know they want something very large while not expecting anything super soft.

Care and Maintenance

To clean it, you can use soap and water or toy cleaner, and you can sterilize it by boiling or wiping down with a 10 per cent bleach solution. It doesn’t come with any storage so you’ll have to find a way to tuck it away in order to prevent hair and loose particles from sticking to it.


This comes in a clear Tantus box, and the Cush itself rests in a plastic tray. It’s not really worth keeping as it’s pretty tough to open and close, plus you can see exactly what’s inside. No instructions are included or needed.
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  • MzGreenEyedLady
  • kolink
    Thanks for the review, in the pictures it looks smaller than it really is.
  • mastersonv
    Thanks for the review
  • AverageSam
    Great review.
  • Septimus
    Great review, thanks for sharing!
  • Robespierrethecat
    thanks for sharing!
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  • loveandcupcakes
    thanks for sharing!
  • RedFreak
    thanx for sharing
  • kaylajoy89
    thank you for the size description
  • karenm
    Great review, thanks!
  • Mr. John
    Sorry it did not work out, but thank you for your review.
  • TJtheMadHatter
    Thanks for the review.
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