I knew this day would come. I had read about this day on I don’t even know how many blogs.
I’m talking, of course, about the day I would be spoiled by dual density silicone.
Wrangling the Flurry O2 from its package, I knew from the moment I squeezed its squishy firmness in my hand, that this was the day—-the day that could possibly transform my vagina into Veruca Salt, or Augustus Gloop, a spoiled brat who demands the best and always wants more of it.
And indeed, my vagina has been wrecked by gluttony. In fact, my biggest problem is that its hard to put it down. My G-Spot figuratively whimpers whenever I try to put it back in its drawer.
Dual density silicones have a solid inner core surrounded by a more squishy outer layer. The Flurry is super firm, though the head is just slightly squishier than the body. Intended for G-Spot stimulation, the Flurry has two large ridges just under the head. This makes for a slightly uncomfortable initial insertion, as I felt it squishing up along my pubic bone. Now, for me, this was only a slight discomfort—that felt more like a strange form of pressure than pain—but I do imagine that anyone who has had issues with toys catching on their pubic bone in the past might struggle with this toy.
For me, however, this only occurs with the first insertion, as I do take it out and reinsert often. I then take a breath, relax, and start gently thrusting. The Flurry warms up to my G-Spot immediately, and I can increase the intensity of the stimulation by pressing its firm base downward. Like, I mentioned earlier, the Flurry delivers the pressure needed to really stimulate, while the head has a little more give to it, making it easy to thrust.
The Flurry is made of a matte silicone, so I prefer to use it with a lube that has a gel like consistency, so I don’t have to reapply as often.
Its slender circumference also offsets the intensity of what I would call the “concentrated texture” of the two deep ridges. Because its easy to thrust and not overly girthy, the ridges scoop up and down, making my G-Spot feel as if it going over two hills in a fast car. It gives me that warm feeling in the pit of my stomach, and the orgasms are deep, intense, and all over body. The kind of orgasms that keep my pussy contracting for minutes afterward.
I also like adding vibration by pressing a vibe to the base. I only do this sometimes, as it can be a bit overwhelming, or in more simple terms vibrates my G-Spot into a (mostly) blissful annihilation.
I give the Flurry the highest marks possible, in fact, I would throw the damn thing a parade if I could. Because what’s great about this toy, in comparison with a wand style, say the Comet G, is that while its firm enough to stimulate, it’s not so firm as to startle G-Spot newbs. It has that squishy give, a nice easy girth, and the concentrated texture scoops up over my G-Spot, as fast or slow as I like (okay, fast, as fast as possible) with relative ease.
It’s also made by Tantus, so you won’t find any “for novelty use only” stickers anywhere. It’s meant to be used, meant to be pleasureful, and made from high grade 100% silicone.
Let’s Review: The Flurry O2
- 7″ length, 1.5″ diameter
- 100% body safe silicone
- Dual Density
- Worth the mid price point: $69.99 (Currently 30% off use code IHEARTYOU, see deets below)
- Harness Compatible
- Texture concentrated under the head
- Finds the G-Spot and scoops it right
- Firm for pressure, squishy for thrusting
- Would Recommend To: Folks who enjoy G-Spot stimulation (beginners through experts) and texture
- Would Not Recommend To: Folks with fussy with pubic bones, or those who don’t find G-Spot stimulation pleasurable
Because the folks over at Tantus love you, their O2 line is currently 30% off, use code IHEARTYOU and spoil your G-Spot good.
Special thanks to Tantus for providing me the Flurry 02 so I could provide an honest review
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