O2 Flurry - sex toy by Tantus - review by Melan!e

O2 Flurry

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Flurry is softer than the standard solid silicone dildos readily available on the market today. However, it is considerably firmer than should be expected when looking for something that feels realistic. The vibrant design and reasonable size will appeal to many. Unfortunately, it is still too big and not as soft as I had hoped.
O2 Silicone,
Harness compatible
Rough texture (for me)
Rating by reviewer:
extremely useful review


The Flurry is part of the O2 line of dual density dildos from Tantus. Realistic in feel, yet unrealistic in design, the Flurrys abstract phallicity and soft plushy O2 silicone has something for everyone. With two other siblings, the Flurry is the smallest of the candy-colored collection.

The textures on this dildo were expressly designed for g-spot stimulation. These could also function to satisfy the p-spot. With this in mind, the textures are slightly more rigid than the rest of the toy so they may not suit those with texture sensitivities.

Flurrys size is unintimidating for beginners or those who do not prefer larger girths. The flared base is not only anal safe, but it can be hooked into a harness for strap-on play. The versatility enables both men and women to enjoy all Flurry has to offer.

When using this with a partner, the soft material allows for carefree thrusting. As a solo toy, it can be paired with a small vibrator for extra stimulation. From quality assured body-safe materials to the invigorating design, the Flurry will not hinder any sexy playtime.
  • Who / How / What
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    Who might this product be best for? How is it best used? What are the best circumstances or situations for using this product?
    • Couples
    • Everyone
    • Solo
  • Where
    [ ? ]
    Where / what types of places can this product be used?
    • Anywhere
  • Features
    [ ? ]
    What kind of features does this product offer?
    • Travel friendly
  • Body / part areas
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    What areas on the body can this product be used / what areas does it stimulate best?
    • Anal
    • G-spot
    • P-spot

Material / Texture

Flurry is made entirely of Tantus' 100% body-safe silicone. This is a great material in that it is hypoallergenic and completely non-porous, so it won't harbour bacteria. It is also latex and phthalate free. Silicone is so amazing, it gets a perfect 10 on Eden's safety scale.

Tantus is especially known for their quality of materials. The O2 line, in particular, is composed of two layers of their ultra-premium silicone that differ in densities. The coloured portion is solid and thick while the outer white layer is a soft, plush silicone. The peripheral silicone is in fact Tantus' Supersoft silicone. The hard inner core, when paired with a superficial softness, lends to the realistic sensation.

Although the Flurry is quite a bit stiffer than the average human penis, the material does merit some respect in the adult toy world. Though not the best I've encountered, Flurry is more real feeling than many. However, it is not as real as say Vixskin or, dare I say, the real thing.

Flurry is flexible and forgiving to a certain degree. The shaft can be bent a bit but promptly springs back up when released.

The shaft is completely smooth with the only texture at the head, making it a relatively friendly toy for texture beginners. However, the textures are some that will be felt during use. In line with the ridges on the front of the head is a Tantus logo stamped in the top of the base. The imprint is subtle yet able to be felt with fingers as a guide for locating the textured head from within. This can make things much easier should Flurry get turned while in use.

The material has quite a bit of drag. It does not glide freely across skin and will need some water based lube to use comfortably. Another minor downside to silicone is that the Flurry can double as a lint roller. Pro or con, you decide. A quick rinse before use will rid it of any fur, dust or lint it has gathered.

Flurry had a very subtle plastic scent initially. After washing and boiling it, there is no longer any detectable smell. It has no taste either.
    • Flexible
    • No odor
    • Not porous at all

Design / Shape / Size

The Flurry is offered in three vibrant colours. Note that I purchased the Candy Pink, which to my delight was indeed more vivid than I had estimated.

Flurry is said to be a g-spot dildo. It does not have a curved shaft, but rather it is perfectly straight with a largely textured head. The head is designed to look somewhat realistic. It appears to have two heads. These do not contain any details other than the defined coronal ridge. A visually stimulating design, the reason for the "doubled head" is obvious; g-spot satisfaction.

The very tip, roughly 3/4", is uniquely made up of the soft layer. This portion does not contain the core and is the squishiest part of the entire toy. For convenience when thrusting, the cushioned tip will not bump or bruise the cervix.

The understated yet lucid texture can be overwhelming for some. The first ridge is located about 2" down the front from the tip. The second ridge is roughly 1" below the first. This one is slightly smaller, though more rigid than the first. The texture on the underside is much more subtle and soft. The first bump is 1" down and the second is roughly 3/4" below the first.

The hard core can be seen through the toy due to its bright color. This core is slightly off-centered. Though the product page alludes to a softer front portion, the brighter pink core is actually placed more towards the front. Consequently, the ridges are much firmer than the rest of the toy. The back side is much softer due to the thicker layer of plush silicone. This side is similar to the overall consistency of the Cush.

The otherwise monotonous shaft can be good for faster thrusting. The entire shaft has a substantial firmness to it with just enough softness to allow a touch of realism when tightening the PC muscles around it during orgasm.

The size is suitable for most. The length should not avert users in their adventures as 7 internal inches is typically more than enough. In comparison to traditionally firm silicone, the Flurry has a bit of give. Whether a 1.5" diameter is slightly larger than is vaginally or anally acquainted or a normally comfortable size, Flurrys components just may fit the bill. Be advised that although Flurry is squishier and more forgiving, it remains on the large side for anal beginners. Flurry is much better suited for the intermediate anal activist.

Although it does not retain heat when warmed in water, it does warm up to body heat well enough. This will ensure a much more comfortable experience.
    • Partner play
    • Whimsical / artistic


The design attempt for g-spot stimulation, though admirable, may come up short in function for some. While upward angling is a possibility, this could be uncomfortable in use and may not yield appeasing results. Even though my g-spot does not require any form of dramatic curve to reach, the textures did nothing for me. In truth, they were painful at times. For this reason, texture beginners heed warning. The depth of the frontal ridges and large gap separating them can greatly encumber thrusting.

Sadly, the soft outer layer is neither thick enough nor soft enough. Expecting a softer squish, Flurry is much firmer than it has been marketed as being. A thicker layer of Supersoft silicone would have compensated for the deep grooves that are the "coronal ridges". Alternatively, the thickness of soft silicone on the backside could have been matched on the front side to substantially boost the sensational occurrence.

The base is large and solid with a thickness of 1/2" and a diameter of just under 2 3/4". It does function fairly well as a suction cup. It held on to my bathtub and shower tiles, as well as counter top. I found the bases of Flurry and Cush stuck together sturdily for a neat sort of makeshift double ended dildo.

For manual manipulation, the base fits nicely in the palm of my, albeit large, hands. The thickness of the base allows for much better grip and reduced slippage.

The flared base also allows Flurry to be harness compatible. Though it is a bit too big for my partners bum at the moment, I did put Flurry in my Pleasure Principle Harness. With my harness on and Flurry safely secured, I did a little dance and rocked out with my er… dildo out. Needless to say, the Flurry will hold up well in a harness, should you choose to use it that way. The image below shows how the Flurry fits in a 2" o-ring.

When used in conjunction with a clitoral vibrator, the results can be significantly improved. The vibrations can even be transmitted through Flurry by pressing the vibe against it. They are weakened but it is an option for those who prefer internal vibrations.
    • Easy to use
    • Lots of variety in function

Care and Maintenance

The Flurry couldn't be any easier to care for if it tried. Being made entirely of silicone definitely has its perks. For one, it can be completely sanitized by boiling it for a few minutes or rubbing it down with a 10 percent bleach solution. This enables the Flurry to be safely shared between partners or orifices. Just be sure to clean it before sharing or changing holes.

A simple warm water and mild antibacterial soap wash will also do well for cleaning. Toy wipes or cleaners will also do the trick.

Keep in mind the laws of attraction for lubing. The silicone will not take too kindly to silicone lubricant. In other words, use only water based lubes with Flurry. If a silicone lube is desired, be sure to spot test on the base first to ensure a reaction does not occur. Given the delicate nature of the O2 silicone it should also be stored away from other toys. The original packaging works well for storage. It will keep dust and lint from settling on Flurry.
    • Easy to clean
    • Easy to store


Flurry is packaged up in the standard Tantus plastic box. The box is tastefully decorated with information rather than pornographic images. It is not discreet in that the toy is visible in full and the box clearly indicates that it is in fact a sex toy. Though I would not hesitate to give this as a gift to the right person, not everyone will be that comfortable or appreciative of such an idea.

The box is generic with information about Tantus silicone and the company itself. There is a small white sticker on the back of the box denoting the name and color of the toy held inside; this is the only toy-specific feature of the outer box. Although user instructions are really unnecessary, I'd like to point out that there were none included or on the box.

The box is flimsy and tears easily. Four frustrating flaps open up from the top and a clear plastic clamshell form holding the toy slides out. Though the packaging is no different from other Tantus toys, this one discouraged me.

The clamshell is nice to keep for storage, but the Flurry does not fit back in perfectly. While it will suffice and can still be used to store Flurry in, I was confused by this.
    • Good for storage
    • Not discreet
    • Recyclable


After such success with Cush, my yearning for Flurry grew more and more. I had expected Flurry to be essentially a smaller version of my beloved Cush. While Cush is a fantastic toy, its larger size is not one I can use everyday. I had high hopes for the softness of the O2 line in a usable size when I picked up the Flurry.

Unfortunately, the soft layer is not as thick as I had assumed it would be. This hardness made the textures much too rigid and painful at times. The ridges are spaced so far apart that any thrusting is much too intense. These ridges did tend to catch my pubic bone quite often and rather painfully.

In my desperation to make Flurry work, I discovered that turning it 180 degrees was indeed stimulating. Doing this, the ridges could rub the back of my vaginal wall and I was able to enjoy short thrusts. This was an interesting sensation for me as I was able to feel the ridges rub the posterior wall for a little rectovaginal stimulation.

What I did enjoy was keeping the Flurry in place and giving it slight twists back and forth. I kept Flurry in place during orgasm and the softness was nice for squeezing my muscles around.

I had decidedly not used my recently purchased Raquel assuming that once I did I'd never go back to my Flurry again. This time my assumptions were right. I simply could no longer resist and I am forever a Vixskin convert. There really is no comparison between O2 and Viskin. However, O2 is a unique formula and design that could work for others. It is still a quality toy that may be a perfect choice for someone looking for a little extra firmness with their realism.

I'm torn between 2 and 4 stars. I really want to give it 4 stars for material quality, visual appeal, harness functionality and good intention behind the design. However, I was exceedingly disappointed with Flurry. I love my Cush so dearly and although the materials are the same, Flurrys design just doesn't hold up for me. I wish the outer layer were thicker or the size were a bit smaller. I'm settling on 3 stars with a heavy recommendation to go with Raquel instead.

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  • faust
    nice review
  • TJtheMadHatter
    Thanks for the great review! I'm glad I passed on this one. It's funny I read this because I have the Raquel and Cush coming later this week! lol
  • karenm
    Great review, thanks!
  • EdwardCullen
    Thanks for the review.
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