To Infinity and Beyond!

Recently I went through my anal toy collection and realized that while I have a lot of metal, glass, and even some wood plugs, I didn’t have a lot of silicone ones. I’d been contemplating the Tantus Infinity plug  for a while, although the shape kept giving me pause. I finally decided I had to get this one and give it a try.

The Infinity comes in simple, minimal packaging. The plug doesn’t look nearly as intimidating in person as it does online. It’s petite, and only 4 1/4″ long with 3 3/4″ insertable. It comes in 3 colors – I chose the pink (I know, I chose pink, right?) and it’s a pretty, bubblegum shade. The surface is matte and has just a bit of drag to it, but it’s not sticky or tacky. It’s flexible and soft without being too soft.

This plug looks a bit like an infinity symbol on a base. The curves are soft and gentle. Each bulge is about 1 1/4″ long, and has a maximum width of 1 1/4″. The top bulge isn’t tapered at all, but rounded. The neck narrows to a nice 3/4″ before connecting to the 2 1/2″ base. The narrowness of the neck helps to keep the plug inside.

The Infinity’s flat base goes from 1 1/2″ wide and narrows to 1 1/8” in the center for more comfortable wear, although it’s not nearly as comfortable for extended wear as ones that are thinner in the middle.

The Infinity plug is made of silicone, so it’s non-porous and phthalates free. It also has no smell or taste, and doesn’t hold on to any scents when cleaned. It’s easy to clean with warm water and antibacterial soap, or you can run it through the dishwasher on the top rack or boil it on the stove to sanitize it. Only water-based lubricants are safe to use.

So, Did It Work? My biggest concern with this plug wasn’t the width but the size of the first bump and the lack of a tapered tip. With plenty of lube, I found that inserting it wasn’t nearly as hard or uncomfortable as I expected. The shape and gentle roundness of the bulbs allowed me to get the first bulge in without too much trouble. After waiting a bit to get used to the feel, the second bulb was no problem.

The base narrows in the middle, although it was still a bit wide for me to comfortably wear this out. It wasn’t bad for short times, though, and I didn’t have any problems with it popping out by walking or moving around the house.

The base size didn’t interfere with penetration in any way, and the Infinity stayed put pretty well, except during orgasm. I had trouble with it popping out when nothing was pressed into the base to hold it in place then, although it just took light pressure to keep it in place. The Infinity wasn’t difficult to remove when done, either.

While I preferred leaving this in place for the sensation of fullness, my husband also tried gently thrusting with it. It worked better than expected this way.

This really is a nice plug, and I’m glad I decided to give this a shot. If you’d like to buy one and try the Infinity plug for yourself, you can pick one up at Tantus by clicking the widget below.


This item was purchased with no expectation of review. This review is in compliance with the FTC guidelines.

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