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Hey Epiphora Reviews The Magma Silicone Dildo By Tantus

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REVIEW: JELLYFISH 2.0 + MAGMA

The Tantus Magma also aims to appeal to a wider audience: it’s the same exact shape as the original Splash, but very slightly smaller and cast in a softer silicone. It comes in a “mini” size, too. Gone is the pearlescent white and purple gradient; now it’s single color only, black or red, which probably helps keep the price down (it’s only $35!). Warning: the shade of red is awful — it looks like a fire hydrant coated in dust, not vibrant and eye-catching like the product photos. The black is legit, though, and the contrast between the glossy drips and matte shaft is neat.

Magma Silicone Dildo

Every drip on the Magma makes sense, and I know this because I was involved in early prototype testing for this shape. A few of the drips were shortened, others enlarged, and one on the underside was removed completely. Aside from looking cool, the drips produce satisfying, multi-layered stimulation for the nerve endings in my vagina, and that’s especially true of the Splash. In my review of it, I wrote:

This type of texture isn’t for everyone; it’s intense and sort of strange, but that is why I love it . . . [it] definitely requires a certain… dildo experience level. One that I’ve reached because my vagina is a boss.

I wouldn’t say that about the Magma, because the squishier silicone makes the texture more subdued. It’s closer to an all-purpose dildo — an enjoyable one, but with less nuance and precision than its predecessor. I might even describe it as gentle. This is a good thing — if I stop being selfish, anyway, and focus on the fact that not everyone is a texture slut like me.

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