Sex dolls have certainly come quite a long way over the years. Not long ago, men and women both had to make do with barely functional stuffed dolls and inflatables. Now, things have changed completely. Dolls can now be positioned just as you want them. They can sit in chairs, stand up, bend over, or whatever else you like. Basically, if a person can move that way, so can your mechanical sex dolls.
All of this is thanks to science. Let’s take a closer look at how advances in science and technology have brought you a better sex doll experience.
Mechanical Sex Dolls Skeletons
Your doll’s skeleton is quite literally it’s framework. It gives your doll structure. Without it, dolls would be quite limp. The skeleton also makes your doll poseable. That’s because it’s full of moveable, bendable parts that are designed to work almost exactly like the human body.
In fact, we think they work even better. You know that really, really kinky position that turns you on? Your doll can stay in that position for hours, and they’ll never get sore or pull a muscle.
Your dolls skeleton is made of a durable metal. Most people own their dolls for years and years, and never have to make any repairs to this. Not only does it have great, durable structure, engineers have worked hard to design various joints. These comprise the dolls knees, elbows, shoulders, wrists, hips, and other parts.
Taking Care of Your Dolls Moving Parts
We’ve already provided you with some great tips for taking care of your doll on the outside. Now, let’s get into best practices for maintaining your doll’s structure. Make no mistake. This is durable stuff, but if it’s abused, your dolls skeleton can become damaged. If that happens, the repairs can be quite expensive. We’ve even had cases where the damage was so bad, it was simply easier just to replace the doll entirely. Here are some rules to follow:
Don’t Force Dolls to Move Unnaturally
If your doll won’t twist or bend in a certain direction, it’s simply not meant to do that. Please don’t force things. Placing too much weight or tension on the joints could cause irreparable damage.
Move Your Doll Carefully
You may be surprised at how heavy your doll really is. Well, that’s intentional. Your doll is designed to look and feel like a real person. That means they have a human skeletal structure, and enough weight to create a realistic sexual experience.
If you need to move your doll around, by all means do so. Just take a bit of care. A good rule to follow is to move your doll just like you would a real, live person. You wouldn’t lift a person by their elbow, neck, or ankle joint. The same applies to your doll.
Don’t be a Macgyver
Every once in awhile we encounter someone who has attempted a ‘structural repair’ or modification on one of our dolls. This is rarely a good idea. Yes, you may be able to feel screws and other parts under your doll’s skin, but those are best left alone. Remember that we cannot warranty any doll that has undergone any home repairs.
Store Your Doll As Intended
When your doll isn’t in use, take care to store it carefully. It shouldn’t be left in a bent position between uses. This can cause warping. If you go long periods of time between uses, consider adjusting your dolls position from time to time. This will prevent wear on its structure.
Our dolls really are modern marvels. Engineers and artists both work very hard to create dolls that are both beautiful and functional. With a little care, the mechanics of your sex doll can work perfectly for years to come.