My slutty little heart skipped a beat when Janie led me downstairs to the secret box of sex toys and told me to pick something. I shifted packages around, discovering G-spotters, butt plugs of all sizes, harnesses, bright pink vibrators, and then I saw it: a girthy, realistic dildo from Tantus, and I knew that my vagina finally had Friday night plans.
I’d heard so much about Tantus and their excellent 100% silicone dildos, vibes, cock rings, and plugs, and I finally had one of my own: the Mark 02, a non-vibrating, realistic dildo with a flared end that makes it harness compatible and anal friendly. It measures in at 6.25” with a circumference of about 4.7”, so it’s just slightly longer and thicker than the average analog cock. It has a very slight upward curve, and the head isn’t particularly pronounced, but it does have some very attractive veins running up the shaft.
The most notable feature of the Mark is that it’s made with Tantus’ Dual Density 02 silicone which, yes, means that it has two different densities. The outer layer of the shaft has a bit of squish to it and the inner core is pretty dense, while still having just a little bit of flexibility and give to it; the head itself is pretty uniformly squishy. This is supposed to make the Mark more realistic and lifelike, but I’ve never really met a hard dick with a squishy outside. Regardless, I really like the feeling of the dual densities; when I first got it I sat with it at my desk and just squeezed it with my hands all day, just like I would if I was allowed to have a man with a hard on hang out in my cubicle during work hours.
The Mark’s girth will necessitate a warm up toy for most users, although I’ve gone without. Mark’s girth and length definitely fill me up and hit my G-spot, but I’m not convinced that there’s really anything particularly special about it. Like I’ve said before, I’m still fairly new to G-spot spelunking, but I wish that the Mark had a more extreme curve or a more pronounced head that could really grab onto my G-spot. As it is, the Mark just kind of idly slides on by; I can feel it, and it feels nice, but there’s nothing really inspiring about it.
Another issue that I have with Mark is that the matte silicone of the shaft feels kind of grabby. This can be fixed with a generous amount of water based lube, but anyone who uses water based lube knows that it dries out pretty quickly and you have to constantly reapply it. This, combined with the Mark’s girth, means that the opening of my vagina gets sore much quicker than with my other insertables.
I don’t dislike Mark, and I’m definitely going to keep it in my masturbation rotation, if only to indulge myself by pretending that it’s attached to a real dude. However, if you’re like me and are looking for something that’s really going to jive with your G-Spot, you’ll probably want to look elsewhere. Right now, I have my eyes trained on another dildo from Tantus’ 02 line: Adam.