The original Realdoll, founded in , exclusively made in the USA. Expertly hand crafted. As seen on TLC, Discovery, Playboy TV, HBO's Real Sex, and more. The obvious next step in Realdoll evolution is integrating movement with the addition of robotic components. Research and development, and partnering with the right people lead to the founding of the Realbotix Project, and the first animatronic Realdoll head, featuring neck articulation and facial expression, moving eyes. The RealDoll is a life-size sex doll (also considered a mannequin) manufactured by Abyss Creations, LLC in San Marcos, California, and sold worldwide. It has a poseable PVC skeleton with steel joints and silicone flesh. Contents. [hide]. 1 Details and history; 2 In popular culture; 3 See also; 4 References; 5 External links Headquarters: San Marcos, California, United.
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