The Colorful Comet - A Review of the Tantus Comet

Tantus Comet P-Spot Dildo

REVIEWED BY KIRA'S KINK

Tantus recently released a new space themed series of dildos and plugs. They’re all brightly colored with a gradient between the tones. As a fan of fun colored toys, I knew I’d have to try these. I especially love the pink and green. SheVibe carries the whole space series and sent the Comet to me for review.

Tantus Comet P-Spot Dildo
Tantus Comet P-Spot Dildo

WHAT IT IS

The Comet is a dildo with a flared base, making it safe for anal or vaginal use. The base also makes it harness compatible. It has a bit of a curve at the tip which could work for G-spot or P-spot stimulation depending on how much curve you need. It’s semi flexible, but made of a firm (but not as firm as some other Tantus toys) material.

PACKAGING

Comet comes in standard Tantus packaging which is a clear box with red accents. The front and back have information on Tantus and their materials. I’m surprised to see this similar packaging because Tantus recently redesigned their logo. I thought I had heard the packaging would be redone as well, but maybe that just hasn't had a chance to happen.

The packaging isn't discreet and doesn't make for great storage. The plastic box starts to break down after just a few times using it to place the dildo in. Plus it crushes easily if something else is on top of it. Make sure you have a pouch or some other storage method handy.

MATERIAL

All Tantus toys are made of premium silicone. This makes them body safe and easy to clean. You can boil Comet to sanitize it. You should use water based lubes with it, but if you have a high quality silicone lube it may be compatible. Make sure to spot test first.

I've found that Tantus toys usually come in two different varieties of silicone – very firm or the dual density O2 (at least of the ones I own). The silicone on Comet is a little bit squishier than the normally firm silicone that’s used. It’s not as squishy as the O2, nor does it feel anything like the dual density silicone. It just has some more give to it than other Tantus toys.

Comet can be bent in half without much effort. If I wave it around though it doesn't go all over the place. Even though you can bend it, it doesn't have a floppy quality. However, it does have enough give that if you need a very firm material to hit your G-spot or P-spot this may not work. The very tip gets a bend to it when you press into the body hard.

The silicone seems to collect lint and dust a little less than other Tantus toys, but still will draw these things to it. I was able to dry it with a towel without much fuzz getting stuck to it. I’d still recommend washing it both before and after use.

SIZE

Comet comes in at 6.75″ total length with 6.25″ being insertable. The first bulge near the tip is 1 3/8″ diameter and 4.5″ circumference. The next bulge is 1.5″ diameter and 4.75″ circumference. The final bulge is the same – 1.5″ diameter and 4.75″ circumference. Where the tip comes in to create the bulge is 1 1/8″ diameter (not shown on diagram). It’s the same on the part that comes in after the second bulge.

The size is exactly the same as the length from the tip of my finger to palm. The width is about the same as two fingers together.

The size is what I would call average. It may be too big for someone new to penetration, but it's not huge. Those that like girth won’t find it here. It's best for those that prefer average to the smaller end of average toys.

DESIGN

The design is one of my favorites – a sort of wavy look made up of bulges. The tip starts with a curve - this part is the green color. It comes inward in yellow, then comes out again in the yellow and orange. The final part is another outward bulge colored in orange and pink.

The base is pink and a nice size. It’s good for gripping and doesn't get in the way when grabbing it. I didn't try this in a harness, but from experience this is a good sized base for harness use.

COMET IN USE

This was my top pick of the space series. I’m such a sucker for wavy and bulged designs, especially if they have a curve added on top of it. Plus I really liked the fun colors.

Tantus makes great toys and I’m rarely disappointed with any of their products. The same holds true for Comet. In fact, I actually like this slightly squishier silicone better than the normal version. It’s really not a big difference, but it makes use of this more comfortable for me.

I normally need quite a bit of curve to be able to hit my G-spot, so I wasn't expecting Comet to work in that regard for me. I was surprised when the tiny curve was able to make it to my G-spot. It can only apply a light amount of pressure before the bend of the tip happens and the pressure lessens. I wasn't able to get enough pressure out of this to have a G-spot orgasm, but again I wasn't expecting that to happen with this. If you have an easier to reach G-spot or P-spot, this may work for you.

While I can’t hit my G-spot with enough pressure, I still love how this feels. I’m not usually big on thrusting, but wavy designs are my exception to that rule. Thrusting with this feels fantastic. I love how you can feel the size difference as you thrust with it. Like a little tidal wave for your vagina. I also did like the little bit of G-spot stimulation I got from it, even if it wasn't enough to produce a G-spot orgasm.

I also like the size of the base. Some toys have very large bases. I have tiny hands, so grabbing a large base starts to make my hand cramp up. This one never did that, something I appreciate greatly.

RECOMMENDATION

If you want an average sized dildo for personal or harness use, this is a good pick. Those that like slim or girthy toys may want to pass. If you’re looking for G-spot stimulation, this is hit or miss, depending on what you need. If you need a lot of curve and firm pressure, it likely won’t work. That said, even if you can’t hit your G-spot or P-spot with it, that doesn't stop it from feeling great. The price point is fairly low on this, especially for being made of high quality materials. Plus – fun colors!

IN CONCLUSION

Rating: 5/5  | Intensity: N/A  | Noise: N/A

Pros:

Fun color combination, Wavy design, Base that won’t cramp your hand, Good size for many users.

Cons:

May not be able to hit all G-spots or P-spots due to flexibility.

Posted on December 11, 2012 and filed under anal toy, dildo, prostate toy, silicone, tantus.