Tantus Steam Hunk Super Soft review: steampunk textured dildo
"Am I going to enjoy using it as much as I enjoy looking at it?" is a recurring theme in my reviews. It was a source of procrastination with testing the impeccably artistic Tantus Steam Hunk, but rest assured: I wasn't disappointed. As with all the best dildos, every orgasmic clench keeps me coming and coming more.
Steam Hunk's steampunk aesthetic
A student in a class I modeled for summed up steampunk's aesthetic as retro-futuristic. Her exact words were oh-so-articulately, "it's like the future, but from the past." Think of how people from the early 20th century imagined the future to be, if steam remained the main source of power. Gears, hydraulic tubes, pipe threading, rivets, layered sheet metal: an openly mechanical appearance where the components' form explicates their function in the overall gizmo.
Tantus's Steam Hunk is a sexy sculpture that incorporates this retro-futurism. Not least, it comes in a shimmery copper (or gunmetal black) that really brings out the mock metal textures… including the simulated hydraulic chamber testes, which add to the abstracted phallic look. Since the Steam Hunk resulted from Tantus's collaboration with SheVibe (known for their artwork), I wouldn't expect anything less.
Exaggerated mushroom head and flexible shaft
The Steam Hunk's tip has a defined coronal ridge to clench around; its tapered width protrudes to 2" and, just under the head, recedes down to 1.7". Cast in Tantus's Super Soft silicone, it has squish to it. Think of a somewhere between the firmness of a stale gummy bear and that of a stack of mousepads.
For most users, it's a sigh of relief that it isn't as rigid as the original Tantus toys. The texture is more forgiving as a result, rather than being pretty but feeling like vaginal rugburn. I can also insert just a bit while bending the shaft enough to grind my clit on the textures to warm up.
On the flip side, the flexibility makes the Steam Hunk less effective as a G‑spot dildo for me. Yeah, I can get the head to latch just past my pubic bone, and I can clench to get some G‑spot stimulation, but not enough to get me off on its own. Not even with the bulging coronal ridge (which is a little less pronounced than the Avant D4's). It's satisfactory for people who want something squishy to jiggle in place, but that's not me.
The A-spot orgasms feel fucking good
The magic happens when I push the toy in a deeper and the ridge is a little below my cervix, pressing against my A‑spot. As always with deep penetration, I use short thrusts. My orgasms' build-up is a little slow, but that gives my front wall time to savor the fine surface textures on the shaft, whether I want a little or a lot.
I find that when I aim the tip forward, toward my A‑spot, the texture doesn't feel as harsh. The shaft is flexible enough that I can bend so that the base is directed away from the shallowest, most sensitive part of my front wall.
When I come, my vagina's clenching pushes the Steam Hunk out, giving me a sudden jolt as the ridges slide at just the right time. The girth, texture, clenching, and resistance synergize, alternating between my vagina pushing out and my hand pushing in. The harder I come and clench, the more synchronous stimulation I get. I totally melt into my bed, as I should.
Closing thoughts on the Tantus Steam Hunk Super Soft
PLEASURE PRINCESS. COMPACT, HIGH-CAPACITY HUMAN. CERVIX SORCERESS.
I've tested over 350 sex toys and love diving deep for cervical orgasms, A‑spot stimulation, and kinky odysseys into the subconscious.
Mesmerizing mindfucking or physical fisting? Blowing men or minds? Opening books or legs? Why not all of the above?
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