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Toy Review: The Tantus Gary O2 – Emmeline Peaches Reviews

Is there any way I can say this that will surprise you? I think by now you could walk into your house at night and find me jumping out of a giant cake releasing a storm of confetti, glitter and doves and you still wouldn t be shocked. Why? Because y all know what I m about to say: Tantus1 have done it again and I adore my Tantus Gary2. This is a dildo I cherish, both for its effectiveness and its quality. There s no brand quite like Tantus3 and I m glad to say they ve wowed me yet again. What a shocker.

The Tantus Gary O2

The Tantus Gary4 is part of the Tantus O2 Dual Density Line5 and follows on Tantus 6 recent trend of making ultra-realistic dildos. This dildo not only feels more natural during use but it also has an uncanny amount of detail and I could trace it veins and finer details with my fingertips like I could on a person s bare skin. Of course Gary s7 high level of detail comes with a price namely that it s recommend you boil this toy for the best clean but it s a small trade-off when faced with all of the benefits that the Gary8 provides.

Toy Review: The Tantus Gary O2 – Emmeline Peaches ReviewsThe Tantus Gary is a beautifully detailed and effective dildo.

The Tantus Gary O29, like all Tantus10 toys, is made out of Ultra-Premium silicone. This makes is non-porous, phthalate-free and completely body-safe. However, unlike all Tantus11 toys (and unlike most toys on the market) the Tantus Gary12 is dual density. This means that it has a firm inner core of silicone and a softer, plusher layer on the surface.

Gary s13 dual density effect helps make it feel like a gentler dildo and creates that real feel effect that Tantus14 were striving for. Of course in reality a dildo can never quite feel like a person but the Tantus Gary15 has enough give to it to provide a more intuitive experience. It doesn t quite feel like a real penis but neither does it feel like a dildo. It s an equilibrium of sensations and one that I quite enjoy. The silicone itself has a matte surface and the increased level of detail means an increased amount of texture and drag. Rest assured, though, that this is the good kind of drag; the kind that hugs against my insides and leaves me biting my lip as I ache for each incoming thrust. Here s hoping it has the same results for you too.

Gary s16 coronal ridge is quite subtle, which is usually a downside for me, but it is immediately followed by a nice wrinkling of skin which provides a huge cluster of very noticeable (but soft) texture. Combined with the drag of the silicone this texture becomes perfect foe G-Spot stimulation and creates a very notable sensation. It really is like a persistent craving with an immediate reward, I can t get enough of it and I believe it plays a large part in what makes the Gary17 so exceptional.

Toy Review: The Tantus Gary O2 – Emmeline Peaches ReviewsThe wrinkled texture on the Gary s shaft is a large part of what makes it great.

Girth is probably a contributing factor in the Gary s18 might too. The Tantus Gary19 has an insertable length of 7 inches and a maximum circumference of 5.1 inches. While this may not seem like much it combines perfectly with the squishy drag of the Gary20 in order to provide a filling but not stretching sensation which should be accessible to most. The Tantus Gary21 also has a slight curve, which helps aid in stimulation. It also has a flared base, making it harness compatible and anal friendly. For harnessed use it s worth noting that the Tantus Gary22 has a softer outer layers of silicone and more bend than something like the Tantus Pack n Play No. 223 so people looking for a rigid toy for harnessed use might want to look at other Tantus24 products. However for simulated fellatio the softness of the Tantus Gary25 actually works to its advantage, providing a very enjoyable toy to suck on (albeit its girthy head felt a bit too chunky for my tastes). My experiences with the Tantus Gary26 were consistently exceptional and I can t sing its praises enough. If not warmed up enough this toy can feel a bit too big upon insertion but other than that it s pretty much a 10/10. The way it stimulated my upper wall, how receptive it was to muscle contractions, the subtle bonus of the silicone warming to body temperature during use. All of this and more made it so that my orgasms with the Gary27 were phenomenal. My climaxes with this toy weren t just powerful, though, they were body-quiveringly good, and the ripples near the head made it so that my orgasms were always prolonged and incredibly satisfying.

Toy Review: The Tantus Gary O2 – Emmeline Peaches ReviewsThis dildo may not suit everyone, especially considering the texture causes cleaning issues.

Now at this point there is very little that would stop me from recommending the Gary28 to you. However I do feel like personal preference comes in to play and not everyone will find the Gary29 to be to their tastes. If you want a firm or glossy toy the Gary30 isn t for you. If you dislike realistic toys then the Gary31 ticks the realism box and then some, so it s worth giving a miss. And if you prefer toys to start of slim and taper outwards into a more girthy form lower down the shaft then the Gary32 is basically does the polar opposite of that. On a more objective note cleaning the Gary33 without boiling it really can be a pain so people who need to be discreet about their dildo may find they re scrubbing it in the sink for a longer duration. This is also exasperated by the fact that the Gary34 is a dust magnet. But, really, I can t hold any of this against the Gary35.

Final Thoughts

Overall I am totally enthused by the Tantus Gary36 and can happily hold it up as another example of Tantus37 craftsmanship at its finest. There is nothing about this toy that I would change and I know that I d miss it if it were lacking from my collection. So if you re looking for a realistic dildo and don t mind a bit of squish and flexibility then the Tantus Gary38 could be the perfect dildo for you, especially if you re craving a bit of texture too.

Recommend to:

People who like realistic dildos. People who like flexible & squishy dildos. People who want a lightly textured dildo.

Do Not Recommend to:

People who dislike realistic dildos. People who want a firm/glossy dildo. People who prefer smooth dildos.

The Tantus Gary39 was provided to me by Tantus40 in exchange for an honest review. If you d like to support Emmeline Peaches Reviews then please consider making any Tantus41 purchases via the affiliate links in this post42.

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  1. ^ Tantus (www.tantusinc.com)
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Tin Toy | Dr. Grob's Animation Review

Director: John Lasseter
Release Date: August 1988
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Tin Toy | Dr. Grob's Animation ReviewAfter Luxo Jr.1 Tin Toy is the most important of the early Pixar shorts.

Not only did it win an Academy Award, being the first computer animated film to do so, it was also the source of inspiration to the first computer animated feature length film, Toy Story (1995). Like Toy Story it explores the idea of toys being alive. The short focuses on a little tin one man band toy, who encounters a monstrous baby, much to its dismay. The baby, indeed, looks terribly ugly. It s an early attempt at the human form, and although it s animated surprisingly well, it s not really a success. Being a giant monster in the eyes of the toy, however, the ugly design does succeed. So, although Tin Toy demonstrates it was maybe a little too early for the human form, its brave attempt showed the way for much more to come. Apart from that, it s a splendid little story, much more elaborate than Pixar s earlier two films, and perfect in its execution. An excellent example is the scene in which the tin toy flees under the couch, only to discover numerous other toys hiding in fear. This scene is a masterstroke, as it perfectly explains how toys get hidden away far under couches and beds, like they somehow do in real life.

In the short time span the tin toy goes from emotions of hopeful anticipation to dismay and fear, turning into surprise, pity and finally proud stubborness. These emotions are completely convincing and prove that computer animation was perfectly able to tell a moving story. Now the company s dream of an animated feature would not be far away anymore.

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  1. ^ Luxo Jr. (drgrobsanimationreview.com)

Toy Fair 2016: a review

With Dangermouse and Teletubbies making a comeback on TV screens and in toy shops, we were excited to hit this year s London Toy Fair with our born in the 80s client, Sylvanian Families1.

Still loved by many, Sylvanian Families is one of a handful of toy brands which has kept to its roots over the last 30 years. It is all about imaginative play. There s no need for any digital technology. Children set up the houses and shops, people them with their miniature animals, and make up stories about them as they go along. Simple, fun and engaging. And after a year of 30th anniversary celebrations and outstanding pre-Christmas sales, it seems nothing has changed it is still very popular with kids across the UK.

Toy Fair 2016: A Review

Mel C (if you wannabe my lover ) was clearly one of those fans who grew up with Sylvanians in the 80s. She posed for photos with Freya Chocolate Rabbit, whilst also telling us her kids now love the toy too. The former Spice Girl s visit to Sunday s Toy Fair was reported on the front page of the Daily News with a mention of Sylvanian Families too. The nostalgic theme continued on press day with journalists also telling us about their Sylvanian childhood memories as they viewed the new product displays on EPOCH making toys stand. Emily from Girl Talk remembered naming her Chocolate Rabbit Raddish , after a mention in Jacqueline Wilson s book The Suitcase Kid . She used to take Raddish on many adventures. Emily and her colleague Harriet loved their exclusive Freya gifts, whilst Sarah Lafarge from Netmums reckoned her 8 year old daughter would enjoy the new Sylvanian Families Boutique which won the BTHA s Best New Toy Award (Playsets category) at the show.

We tweeted BBC Radio 1 presenter, Matt Edmondson who popped over to the stand and had a selfie with the EPOCH team unfortunately Freya & Ralph were getting ready for their big dance so didn t get to meet him. Sam Loveday from Max Publishing also joined us and took a look at the new licensed Aquabeads including Toy Story, Cars and Star Wars. May the force be with her to feature them!

Toy Fair 2016: A Review

But Toy Fair wouldn t be Toy Fair without the latest gadgets on show, and the BBC s technology reporter Rory Ceflan Jones was having fun seeking out traditional toys which have embraced technology such as the latest Scalextric which uses an iPad to record laps. We also spotted a new Loom Band machine, which uses an iPad to show each step of the making process. It just goes to show how toy sectors are embracing technology and tablets, despite a recent survey showing 89% of retailers feeling that tech toys should only make up between 0 and 20% of a young child s toy box.

Our Senior Account Executive, Nicole, also walked straight past George Shelley (Union J) who ironically lives in the same village as her! George of the Jungle appeared to be leaving but not without Nicole swooning after him, desperate for a photo of him with the Sylvanians.

To round things off, EPOCH making toys also received a Special Recognition Award, no doubt for a successful 30th anniversary year in 2015 and some fabulous in-store theatre including a Treehouse in the middle of newly opened The Toy Store on Oxford Street.

Toy Fair 2016: A ReviewHere s Simon Riggs, EPOCH s Visual Display Manager, showing the Best Stand Design Award

References

  1. ^ Sylvanian Families (www.highlightpr.co.uk)