Echo - dildo by Tantus - review by Cinnamon Chambers

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The Echo is one of the most useful and versatile toys I have found. It is like having many toys in one. From vibe to strap on to textured dildo the Echo does it all and looks damn good doing it.
Fantastic color, size and design. Vibe/dildo combo!
Can't use a silicone lube making water play a little more difficult.
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In the Echo from Tantus you get a toy with many options, exquisite styling, and the best in premium grade silicone. Having it just a few weeks has given me an appreciation for this toy and the rest of the Tantus brand. All their toys are "green" and they are all made right here in the USA. Even their solvents used in cleaning their machinery are FDA approved and are recyclable. From the packaging that is minimal and 100% recyclable to the long lasting and safe silicone, Tantus is a company that is looking out for what is safest for our bodies and the Earth.

The Echo I chose is a gorgeous Peacock teal. It has the same pearlescent appearance that the other colors have as well. From the head you get a large protruding bulb that feels glorious! Along the shaft the shape of the head is replicated numerous times to create an obvious set of ripples that your body will appreciate. On the back side of the shaft there is a ridge like spine. When using this toy all of these features are felt and create very intense stimulation through out the vagina. The silicone material is firm, but is smooth enough to not cause the texture to be abrasive to sensitive tissues. With a circumference of four and 3/4 inches and six inches of usable length this toy is a perfect in size as it could be.

On the underside of the Echo there is a canal that a bullet can be inserted into to cause the toy to vibrate. I have found the bullets that Tantus includes to be powerful, and easy to operate with a simple push button on/off function. Though the bullet is loud when not inserted, after it is inside the shaft of the Echo it is whisper quiet. Remember to use lubrication on the bullet when inserting it to keep it from getting stuck. The vibrations carry easily through out the toy, but I still prefer to use this toy as just a dildo. The silicone is thick enough that even at the bottom of the shaft where the bullet goes it does not feel hollow during use.

Since the Echo has a flared base, it is harness compatible and safe to use for anal sex. I have tried it on the inner side of a harness only, providing vaginal penetration for myself during use. It was awesome when used in this manner. The base is a little soft and I suggest using the smallest O ring that will fit it when using it in a harness to prevent the toy from coming loose at the base. The only drawback for this and all silicone toys is that water based lubrication is your only option. The Echo can be sanitized with a 10% bleach solution, washed in the top rack of the dishwasher with out soap, or even boiled for three minutes. If the toy will be shared between being sanitized, always use a condom and put your health and safety first.
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  • Gary
    I did not know any of the info in your opening paragraph about Tenga being so environmentally responsible, very cool! Although it did make me think of how wasteful their one-use, disposable male masturbation sleeve/cups are, but still, any effort is admirable. I am not knocking it even though it may sound that way. Sorry to get so off topic here, thanks for the review!
  • Cinnamon Chambers
    I don't know anything about Tenga...I just did some research about Tantus and that info is on their packaging and website.
  • Gary
    Ah ha, ok ... you are completely right! I made a disclaimer about my bad short term memory early today, so sorry about that. I must have transposed the names of the companies as I read through. So, Tantus environmentally friendly... Tenga, not so much. Got it. Thank you for doing some homework on the company and sharing it with us!
  • Epiphora
    Tantus is indeed awesome. They really have never made anything bad. I hope you try more of their toys in the future!
  • Backseat Boohoo
    Tantus is definitely one of the best companies out there, if not THE best for dildos. Great review; glad you loved it so much!
  • Jimbo Jones
    Tantus is a great silicone company. I think I might be the resident silicone lube on silicone toys tester, but I have had good experience with high quality silicone lubes on Tantus silicone toys, so if you test a spot on the base and there is no gooey reaction, then you should be okay to expand the use on the toy. Tantus' President mentions it in one of her articles on their website. Thanks for the review.
  • Snappy
    Thanks for your review. I wonder why Tenga makes those onacups disposable? Why not just make them multi-use and more expensive?
  • Cinnamon Chambers
    I wouldn't know. I have never purchased a Tenga product. Thanks for reading!
  • Tuesday
    Very nice review.
  • Adriana Ravenlust
    This looks very fun. The tantus toys all seem high quality but perhaps not the best thing for me right now (many of them aren't so big and are very smooth which is best for strap ons)
  • Kinky Kitty
    Scary how much we have in common....MANY of your toys are in my arsenal or on my wish list!
  • Liz
    Great review! Good job on the research, too.
  • kawigrl
    nice review
  • IndependentlyHappy
    Nice review!
  • Ghost
    Looks pretty interesting.
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