The Uncut 2 lying in grass.

Short Stuff: Tantus Uncut 2 Review

The Uncut 2 standing upright in a garden pot.I’ve always thought that if I had a penis of my own, it would be uncut. I’m from Australia, so the majority of peens here are uncut anyway, but I’ve also always liked the aesthetics of uncut penises, especially the little beanie effect that a foreskin can give when soft. I’m really into the uncut dildos and packers that are coming out now, like the Tantus Uncut 1 and 2, the New York Toy Collective Ellis, the Fuze Foreman, and the New York Toy Collective Pierre packer. Even my beloved Mustang has a stylised foreskin rolled beneath the head. I’ve heard rave reviews of the Uncut 1, but 1.75 inches of girth is a little too ambitious for me at the moment, so I went with the smaller, 1.6 inch Uncut 2.

The Uncut 2 is made of Tantus’ dual density O2 silicone, which is not as soft as other dual density toys I have tried, but still has a nice squish. I find that most of the squish is located in the head, with the shaft remaining fairly firm. The only other O2 dildo I have used is the Tantus Cush, and I can feel the dual density internally much more with the Uncut 2 because I am not as stretched. The Uncut 2 doesn’t have a very drastic curve, and the coronal ridge isn’t very pronounced, so I feel a gentle tugging on my G spot when using it. The G spot stimulation isn’t fantastic, so I find that the Uncut 2 is better for thrusting. Its shorter length and soft outer layer mean that I don’t need to worry about bumping my cervix too hard, and the bulbous head being larger than the rest of the shaft means that my vaginal walls can contract and move around the dildo as I thrust it. I do find the realistic texture to be especially lube-hungry, so I would recommend using a more gel-like lube, like Sliquid Sassy (which I use all the time anyway), even during vaginal use.

A closeup of the uncut head of the Uncut 2, lying in grass.

A lot of people have said that the Uncut 1 has become their new favourite dildo, but I can’t say the same for the Uncut 2. I like direct G spot stimulation even when I’m not trying for a G spot orgasm, and the Uncut 2 doesn’t provide that. I can feel some pressure and rubbing on my G spot when I angle it right, but the Uncut 2 requires pretty vigorous thrusting to elicit fairly ordinary responses. What I love about the Uncut 2 is that 1.6 inches is an unordinary size, and I can use it as I work my way up to something bigger like the Tantus Cush or the Fun Factory Big Boss. Overall, I feel pretty neutral about the Uncut 2. It’s exciting to see a body safe dildo with a foreskin, and the ad copy doesn’t promise anything this dildo can’t deliver, but it doesn’t stimulate me in the ways I prefer to be stimulated. Sensation-wise, there is nothing that sets the Uncut 2 at the head of the pack, in my opinion. If you like the feel of Tantus O2, aren’t too keen on direct G spot stimulation, or like to thrust your dildos pretty intensely, maybe the Uncut 2 would be a star for you. I, however, do not fit most of those criteria, so while there isn’t anything massively wrong with the Uncut 2, it is not a stand-out in my collection. A lot of people have said that the Uncut 1 has become their new favourite dildo, but I can’t say the same for the Uncut 2. I like direct G spot stimulation even when I’m not trying for a G spot orgasm, and the Uncut 2 doesn’t provide that. I can feel some pressure and rubbing on my G spot when I angle it right, but the Uncut 2 requires pretty vigorous thrusting to elicit fairly ordinary responses. What I love about the Uncut 2 is that 1.6 inches is an unordinary size, and I can use it as I work my way up to something bigger like the

If you’re interested in buying a Tantus Uncut 2, you can find one at my favourite stores: Peepshow Toys (US), Tantus (US), SheVibe (US), SheBop (US)