I’ve been a fan of Tantus toys for a while, particularly their plug and O2 lines, but there are quite a few I haven’t had the pleasure of trying yet. I was excited to receive the Pack ‘n Play No. 2 free from Tantus to review, in exchange for this unbiased review.
The Pack ‘n Play No. 2 comes in the standard plastic Tantus packaging, with product information on the sides. The dildo is held in place in a plastic tray inside the box. The box can be used for storage, or it can be recycled.
This silicone dildo only comes in one color – a lovely caramel – and it really looks nice. It’s realistically shaped, with a defined, circumcised head, and light veining and swirls down the shaft. The head is shiny, while the shaft is matte. The 6 1/4″ of insertable length sits atop a flat, firmer, flared base, which allows for the Pack ‘n Play No. 2 to be used in a variety of ways: handheld, harness with O-ring (hand, thigh, or wearable harness), inside the Wing or other toy mount, and even on a sex machine with the correct holder.
The shaft is 1 3/8” in diameter, so it’s reasonably filling whether used vaginally or anally. It’s slightly curved as well, which may stimulate your G-spot depending on how firm of a pressure you need, and also makes insertion easier. The silicone feels amazing – it’s soft to the touch with just a bit of drag, and it has a nice amount of squish and is very flexible. In fact, you can bend it almost in half without too much effort. This doesn’t mean it’s too soft to thrust with, though: it’s firm enough to perform well. It also feels substantial and has a nice weight – not too light or too heavy.Tantus says that this can be worn in a harness underneath clothing, for packing, as well as used for penetration – I don’t have this type of harness to try this out, but the ease of flexibility seems to make this a viable option.
This 100% silicone dildo is body safe (it’s hypoallergenic and phthalates free), as well as easy to clean – washing with soap and water, boiling, or running through the dishwasher are all great options. It’s easy to store, either upright on a shelf or in a toybag or box. Water-based lubes are safe to use, but if you want to use a silicone or hybrid lube, spot test it on the base or at the bottom of the shaft to make sure it doesn’t damage the Pack ‘n Play’s surface.
So, Did It Work? This is a really nice dildo, and one I’d recommend. I absolutely love the feel of the silicone, and I like the flexibility and squish it provides. It’s firm enough for thrusting by hand, as well as mounted in the Wing or on a machine, and the wide base makes it easy to hang on to or secure in a mount or harness. We tried it in both a hand and thigh harness: my husband preferred just holding onto the base instead of using the hand harness, since the base was wide enough for him to comfortably hold, and it stayed in place well in the thigh harness and was easy to mount and thrust on.
The size of the Pack ‘n Play works well vaginally, and it’s also good anally, as it’s often hard to find this size of shaft – usually I end up going from 1 1/4″ to 1 1/2″, but the 1 3/8” is a much more comfortable transition. I also like that it’s odorless, and it doesn’t seem to hang on to any scents, either after a good handwashing or run through the dishwasher.
Thank you to Tantus for sending me the Pack ‘n Play No. 2 for free to review! If you like moderately sized dildos with a nice amount of flex and you’d like to give this toy a try, you can pick one up on the Tantus website.
This product was provided to me for free in exchange for an unbiased review. This review is in compliance with the FTC guidelines.