Elements Delta - dildo by Tantus - review by RedHotHippieChick

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The Element of...disappointment.

The Delta is small for the price and didn't seem to offer any really stand-out features. The main shaft isn't rigid enough for g-spot or p-spot stimulation, and the vibrations weren't strong enough in the little "thumb" for meaningful clitoral stimulation. It worked well for a little warm-up play with my partner, and would probably be better suited to a vibrator beginner.
Velvety soft texture, strong vibrations from the bullet make the whole thing buzz.
Too flexible and too small for me. Only one speed vibration.
Rating by reviewer:
useful review
The Elements Delta is really a nice looking toy. The silicone has such a soft, silky texture that's totally unlike any of the other sleek and smooth dildos I have from Tantus. The color is a beautiful soft pearlescent pink. It looked so pretty sitting on my nightstand, next to its little bullet. I was initially impressed with the looks, I couldn't wait to play with it.

First, I had a hard time with the on/off button on the bullet. Yeah, only one speed. And sometimes the button just wouldn't work. It would buzz while I was holding it down, but it just wouldn't click into place and stay on. Once I got the bullet to stay on, I took Tantus Delta for a solo ride.

Despite its brilliant good looks, I just wasn't impressed with the function. The whole toy is fairly small. Standing on its base, it's only 5 1/4 inches tall. The larger shaft is only slightly larger than my finger. For vaginal use, this just didn't cut it for me. The small size of the shaft might be ideal for someone new to penetrating toys.

The small size does have an advantage, however, in that the tremendous vibration of the bullet is easily and effectively translated all the way to the tip of the shaft. For partner play, this was the most enjoyable part. The vibrations were not as strong in the smaller "thumb" meant for additional clitoral or anal stimulation, but the larger shaft was great for teasing because of the strong buzz. The extreme flexibility of the main shaft means that the Delta can be comfortably turned around either way, so that the "thumb" really can be easily used for clitoral or anal tickling. On the downside, the flexibility means the main shaft isn't really well suited for anal penetration, at least not for me. Insertion was a bit awkward and was difficult because the shaft kept bending, even when using plenty of lube. However, the wide base works well with a harness, and the short size lends excellent control once penetration was achieved.
I'd recommend this toy to vibrator novices mainly. It would be a gentle (and pretty) introduction for anyone looking to try out a vibrator for the first time. The main shaft is slightly tapered and makes for very easy insertion. Because of the velvet texture of the silicone, it seemed to work so well with my own juices and I didn't need any lube at all.
This product was provided free of charge to the reviewer. This review is in compliance with the FTC guidelines.
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  • Victoria
    Thanks for the review!
  • Minxy
    This toy looks so intriguing to me but I always have had doubts about the size. It's nice to read a review that touches on that subject. I dont think it would work for me either. Thanks for the review.
  • Dame Demi
    I've got the Omega, and also find the material way too soft to provide thorough stimulation. :( They do have lovely designs, though...
  • Not Here Anymore f/k/a Happy Lady
    This does look like a really neat toy. I hate to hear it didn't deliver. Thanks for the review though!
  • Naughtyboy
    Thanks for the review !

  • darkkitty
    Nice review, thank you!
  • miamortis
  • pinkzombie
    great review!
  • Upskirt
    Thanks for the review!
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