Types of Manufactured Love Dolls

This doll is a TPE example:

Sex doll makers have been experimenting with different materials looking for the finest and more realistic look and feel. Traditionally, silicone has been used by love doll manufacturers because of the realistic texture and feel-like real touch. The problem with silicone is that it makes the doll to be more expensive as high grade or medical grade silicone is an expensive material. A few years ago, Chinese manufacturers started experimenting with other materials in order to be able to make more affordable doll but still maintaining a high degree of quality and realism in sex dolls. TPE has become the most popular material used by Chinese manufacturers and some of the most realistic and demanded dolls are made on TPE.

 

What is TPE?

Commonly referred to as thermoplastic rubber, it is a class of copolymers or a physical mix of polymers (usually a plastic and a rubber) made of materials with both thermoplastic and elastomeric properties.

 

TPE is used in every day products because it can be injected and molded in products that require the use of rubber. We are sure that you can find this material in some of the products in your home. It is more affordable than silicone and it has properties such as flexibility, molding ability, soft texture Learn more about TPE materials. 

 

The TPE properties make this material one of the best options to make realistic sex dolls at an affordable price point.

 

Positive aspects of a TPE doll:

  • Great quality/price ratio. In general, TPE dolls are more affordable than silicone dolls and still offer a great quality
  • Lifelike and quite realistic appearances
  • TPE is more flexible, squeezable and softer, allowing doll lovers to position their dolls in more postures
  • It retains warmth, but not too much heat
  • Hypoallergenic and odorless

 

Negative aspects of a TPE doll:

  • It might get stains easier
  • It is a porous material so cleaning is more difficult and it cannot be sterilized
  • Quality, flexibility, thickness, etc. depend on the mixture or blend that the manufacturer uses, so it varies by manufacturers
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