Westworld-style sex robot factory promises ‘exciting’ new dolls in 2022

Westworld-style sex robot factory promises ‘exciting’ new dolls in 2022


A Westworld-style sex robot factory has announced that it will be releasing groundbreaking new dolls in the new year.

RealDoll thrilled their Instagram fans with a sneak peek of staff working on their latest creations in their Las Vegas headquarters.

The post said: "We're mixing up some new things to get excited about for the new year!! Keep 'em peeled for a great 2022! #realdoll."

The image showed two employees mixing a silicone solution as other half-finished dolls hung in the background waiting to be completed.

While prospective buyers have not yet been able to see what's going to come in the new year, they were thrilled nevertheless.

On the post which received 81 likes from sex doll enthusiasts, one user commented: "Looking forward to it!!"

Meanwhile, others simply left emojis expressing their delight at the news.

But sex robot customers have been blown away by the super-realistic features of RealDoll's artificial intelligent designs before.

The company posted a photo of one of its creations, Olivia, on Instagram with such a striking face that people thought she was actually a crying woman.

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RealDoll has manufactured a number of realistic dolls with Olivia already having three variations.

The company even allow customers to build their own doll using different heads, bodies, and makeup style.

Their Instagram account that boasts over 46k followers has posted everything from barely completed dolls and robots to staff painting dildos.

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The sex toy company was awarded the Sex Doll brand of the year in 2020 at a time when sales soared around the world during Covid-19.

CEO of the US-based company, Matthew McMullen said: "We’re absolutely blown away with this award, and what it means within the industry to be selected.

“Thank you to everyone who voted, and helped us to make this dream a reality. We’re proudly displaying the award at our headquarters.”

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