Review: Tango by Fuze Toys – The Best of Both Worlds
What do you get when you cross Funfactory’s Share with Tantus’ Feeldoe? The Tango by Fuze Toys. Fuze Toys has a winner with the Tango double ended dildo. The Tango has the same basic shape as Funfactory’s Share, but with the firmness and optional vibrations of Tantus’ Feeldoe. The Tango is a black double ended dildo that can be used with or without a harness. One end of the double dildo is a traditional straight dildo for penetrative fun, while the other end has a curved bulb designed for g-spot stimulation which ends in a curve with three ridges contoured to stimulate the clitoris. Underneath the ridge is a hole for inserting a bullet vibe. HappyValley (Fuze’s parent company) makes a blue Tango that includes a bullet vibe and batteries. The Tango measures 16” in length. Its curved bulb measures 4.5” insertable and 1 5/8” in diameter while its straight end is 6.75” insertable, with a diameter of 1 3/8”. The Tango is 100% medical grade silicone. This means not only is it phthalate-free and hypoallergenic, but it is also easily cleaned with soap and water or on the top rack of the dishwasher. Since the silicone is a bit on the sticky side, the toy may need to be cleaned to remove lint prior to us. Also be sure to use a lot of water-based lube for easier use. One thing that I noticed in my use of the Tango, which made it different from the other double ended dildos that I have used, was the vibrations. While the Feeldoe does have a hole for bullet insertion, I was never impressed with how well the vibrations transferred themselves to either end. However, when I inserted a basic bullet vibe into the Tango, I was really surprised that the vibrations were not just focused around the clit ridges, but were able to transverse down to the tip of the penetrative head. Partner Play: (I had some friends help me out with this one.) They did a nice demonstration of pegging at a play party. She inserted the Tango through a harness and placed the bulb up inside herself before attending to her playmate. After making sure he was lubed and relaxed enough for penetration, they put the Tango through its paces. Their Thoughts: She said: “I loved the way the bulb on the Tango felt inside me during thrusting. It was very easy to use.” He said: “I loved the material of the Tango. The silicone is nice and firm, yet glides easily when enough lube is applied. It has a decent head so goes in easily and feels good.” Solo Play: The Tango is great for solo play, or for those that like to penetrate their partner without wearing it. The curved bulb makes an excellent handle allowing for easily manipulation of the dildo. In my opinion the Tango by Fuze Toys/Happy Valley takes all the things that are great about the Share and the Feeldoe and “fuzes” them into a wonderful double ended dildo. Full Disclosure: We did not purchase this product, it was sent to us specifically for review. Our policy is to, regardless of how we acquired a product, review it fairly and openly. No writer for Life On The Swingset will ever deliberately mislead our readers into believing that a product is good because of anything we received from the company. We are open and honest, and cannot be bought or bribed. If we love a product, we’ll tell you, if we don’t, BELIEVE us, we’ll tell you that too. End disclaimer.