My favorite Valentine’s Day sales!
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Top picks from Peepshow Toys’ 15% off for Valentine’s Day
(use promo code: CORNY)
1 Tantus Uncut #2, $75.65
The Tantus Uncut #2 is a fairly average-sized, dual-density silicone dildo with an uncircumcised head. Because this dildo is dual-density, its head is squishy-ish (think of gummy bears) and massages behind my cervix. It’s one of my favorites when I want something realistic and moderately-sized but firmer than VixSkin. 6.4″ long by 1.6″ wide. Also available in other flesh tones.
2 Uberlube, $15.30
At a lingerie shop near me, there’s actually a sign next to the Uberlube display that says, “this is not perfume! :)” and people still sniff it! A little bit of this silicone lube goes a long way; you only need a few drops at a time and it doesn’t dry out. It’s also safe to use with condoms. Warning: do not use with silicone toys!
3 Blush Novelties candy heart plugs, $10.20
These plugs are 1.5″ at the widest part, so they’re moderately-sized but decidedly not for beginners to penetration (of whatever orifice you choose). On the bottom, they have engraved text that says, “SPANK ME,” “BE MINE,” or “DO ME NOW.” The heart-shaped base is much more comfortable for resting between cheeks than round bases. As with all flexible toys I promote, they’re silicone, meaning they’re non-porous and easy to care for. Just wash with soap and water, and boil for 5 minutes to kill germs.
Last but definitely not least, these dildos are moderately thick (1.6″ to 1.7″ wide) and come in pretty colors, making them a great addition to your collection if you want to level up in girth.
My top picks from Shevibe’s 10% off Tantus for V-Day sale
The Cush O2 is dual-density and thicker than average, at 1.75″ diameter. The girth stretches and gives me something to clench hard around when I orgasm, and the squishy tip massages my cervix, making it one of the irreplaceable “classics” in my collection. I’ve used it since 2014, y’all, and I’m not going to stop using it any time soon. Available in candy pink and twilight purple.
Cock rings help the wearer stay harder, longer and can make orgasms more intense if positioned behind the balls. My favorite thing about Tantus’s Super Soft C-Ring is that it can stretch to accommodate a variety of sizes (unstretched width: 1.5″, stretched 4.75″) and fit over the balls or in front of them.
In addition to being stretchy, they’re also made of medical-grade silicone and boilable, unlike other questionable options on the market like jelly, TPE and TPR. The Super Soft C-ring is available in black, red, and purple.
I haven’t tried this toy, but it’s bulbous and the tip’s shape is similar to that on my California Exotics Embrace G Wand, though thicker at 1.7″ wide. As well, the P-spot has a bullet cavity, where you can insert the included vibe or something more powerful like the We-Vibe Tango.
This vibrator necklace was all the hype when it first came out; you get to wear a sex toy IN PLAIN SIGHT! It’s moderately buzzy but pinpoint, which may be the right kind of power for some people. I’d rather get a dildo and separate necklace, but that’s just me. Comes in silver ($55.20), rose gold ($63.20), and 24k gold-plated ($119.20).