Tantus ripple large

Tantus ripple large

Enter the characters you tantus ripple large below Sorry, we just need to make sure you’re not a robot. Disabling it will result in some disabled or missing features. You can still see all customer reviews for the product. I am a sucker for Tantus’ Super Soft range of products, especially their plugs.

After moving on from my Ryder, the Severin Super Soft Medium has become one of my favorite extended wear plugs. The shape and texture is enjoyable going in, with an unmistakable pop once fully inserted. It is, however, the soft feeling and texture of the plug that make it so easy to enjoy for extended periods. As others have commented, the base could be a little larger to ensure it will blstaybin place, but I have never felt like I would lose it even while wearing during my day to day activities.

Not for me – and be careful if you aren’t used to this size. This is the first and only plug I’ve used that has caused me to tear a little bit. I believe this is because of the shape of the bulges, which are almost like attached spheres, which have steep increases and decreases in size. So I can’t say this is a bad product – the construction and materials are perfectly fine, and the texture is nice – but do be careful if you are challenging yourself size-wise and choose something with a more regular, gradual incline.

There was a problem filtering reviews right now. There was a problem loading comments right now. This unit, like other Tantus products, is well-made of “platinum” silicone — a substance that is resilient, comfortable, and easy to clean. This is a reasonable insertion size for someone with moderate experience. My main complaint is that unlike the classic anal plugs, such as the well known¬†Doc Johnson Anal Plug White Medium, this one cannot be depended on to stay in place.

The problem seems to be that the shank between the large bulb and the base is too large in diameter compared to the diameter of the large bulb. This unit also creates some needless discomfort because the ends of the base flare out slightly. The resulting pointed ends tend to dig in to sensitive flesh. In practice, because this unit does not seem reliable for long-term wear, the flared base may not be a problem, because the user may not have it in place long enough for significant discomfort to develop.