Dolls are repurchased, restored, and put up for sale for a second life
A sex toy may seem personal and non-transferable, however, it seems that many do not care that they have been used as long as they save a few dollars, especially when it comes to sex robots.
On the page specializing in the Galmato Haven bouquet, some “pre-loved” dolls are sold at more affordable costs. This last point has caused them to be bought as soon as they are put up for sale.
As creepy as it may sound, the platform also offers ‘ spa day’ services in which ‘old’ dolls are repaired for minor and major injuries, “from nicks and punctures to broken limbs.”
The site adds that on the site that: “Your makeup, nails, and body-color will be restored; and your joints will be strained.
“She will be treated like the princess she is and will come home to you freshly made up, rejuvenated, and ready to make you feel like the day she first arrived.”
Prices for used ones range from a few hundred to a few thousand dollars, depending on their condition, model, and the year they were invoiced. Each one comes with its description, so you can read that some are: “No tears or stains; with real hair eyebrows.”
According to The Sun, during the pandemic sex toys, including dolls, had a good sales boom.
It should be remembered that the sex industry has diversified with technology and some robots are designed not only to give pleasure but are also capable of speaking and even “feeling” orgasms.
For example, the company Synthea Amatus, founded by the Catalan engineer Sergi Santos, created Samantha, a robot equipped with artificial intelligence that costs about 3,900 dollars.
This robot can hold conversations with your buyer; It has sensors in different parts of the body. Every time slight pressure is exerted on one of these points, the doll responds with moans and expressions of pleasure.
Abyss Creations is an American company known for generating silicone sex dolls and dolls that are hyper-realistic (Real Dolls). Harmony, an artificial intelligence system that can be managed through an app, is one of his most outstanding creations.
This system is the brain that lives inside a robotic head that has different personalities, interacts with the user, and can even change its face by means of different masks that are attached by means of magnets.
Geoff Gallagher, a man from Australia became world news after making a particular decision: to marry a robot woman, whom he calls Emma.
“Even though we’re not legally married, I think of Emma as my ‘robot wife,'” Gallagher told 7News. He already put a ring on the robot’s finger. “She wears a diamond on her ring finger and I consider it an engagement ring. I would love to be the first person in Australia to marry a robot,” Gallagher said.
According to 7News, it all happened when his mother passed away ten years ago. It was in those moments of sadness that he could never find “the love of a woman”, and was left alone with Penny, his dog. The transfer would take place two years after his death.