What are The Best Sex Dolls?

Sex dolls have come a long way since the first attempts. Inflatables are so fake and uncomfortable that you wouldn’t believe that people used to settle for those types. With the advancement of technology and materials, sex-dolls have dramatically improved. So much so that materials are starting to mimic real skin and flesh. Gone are the days of really uncomfortable and skin slicing plastic.

When it comes to purchasing a sex doll, the material dictates 90 percent of the feel and sensation. Because of this, it is crucial to give enough thought about which material one would choose, TPE or Silicone. To identify which material to go for, let us go through the pros and cons of each material.

If you are new to sex dolls, you may not know the difference between TPE Sex Dolls and Silicone Sex Dolls. You may have heard the term silicone sex dolls and tpe sex doll before, now let’s know TPE Sex Dolls vs Silicone Sex Dolls.

First, let me say that TPE and Silicone are both hypoallergenic and safe for contact with the skin.

 

TPE Sex Dolls vs Silicone Sex Dolls

TPE

TPE stands for Thermoplastic Elastomer,also known as thermoplastic rubbers, sometimes known as thermoplastic rubbers. In the case of sex dolls, plastic, and rubber, it is made from mixing polymers, which consists of materials with both thermoplastic (plastic) and elastomeric (rubber) properties.

TPE  is a type of plastic that became extremely popular for sex dolls in the last few years. Before the rise of TPE, silicone reigned supreme in the sex doll world, but ever since TPE sex dolls came out, they quickly exploded in popularity leaving silicone in the dust. Both materials have their pros and cons and after seeing our comparison, you will have a better understanding on which one to choose, and why Silicone Sex Doll is currently the most popular sex doll material at the moment.

Furthermore, it can be stretched up to 5.5 times length. These properties contribute to its suppleness and softness. As a result, TPE is a reasonably popular material used in everyday items too because it can be used to make items that possess rubber-like features but still utilize the efficiency of current injection molding techniques since it can conform to irregular shapes when heated. This makes it more economical to shape and reshape.

We shall now go over more specific pros and cons of TPE.

PROS OF TPE

  • TPE sex dolls are cheaper. When making TPE sex dolls, two ingredients are mixed, a thermoplastic, and an elastomer. Because these materials respond well to injection molding, mass production is efficient and maximized. Because of these efficiencies, cost reduction has allowed for a cheaper doll. A doll can cost $800 to $2,000.
  • Since TPE is a mix of a thermoplastic and an elastomer, properties of these materials can be altered to create an ideal texture. Manufacturers have created a soft and elastic blend providing a very life-like touch. As a result, it is more realistic.
  • Breasts and buttocks will wobble and act naturally when the doll is moved back and forth, given the unique characteristics of TPE.
  • In terms of the extent of sex positions, TPE is more elastic, which makes the dolls more flexible. This contributes to the broader variety of sex positions which the doll may handle.
  • Since TPE is not Silicone-based, dolls made from this material are compatible with silicone-based lubricants, as well as water-based lubricants.

CONS OF TPE

  • TPE is a porous material. Because of this, the stains from clothes my seep into the porosities, making it susceptible to stains from clothes.
  • Another downside to porosity is the ability to retain water in the form of humidity. This makes the doll prone to mold growth, which is very unhygienic. To avoid this, the doll must be thoroughly dried after cleaning.
  • Because TPE is partially made of a thermoplastic, the same properties that allow being easily injectable makes it susceptible to heat. In worst cases, TPE can start losing its consistency or enter the glass transition phase upon reaching 104º Fahrenheit (40ºC).

Silicone

Unlike TPE, Silicone is not a mixture of a thermoplastic and an elastomer. It is classified as a thermoset. Unlike TPE, its shape and qualities are fixed once it cures. It is heat resistant and rubber-like. Given these qualities, it is used in a wide range of applications that maximizes its quality. Such examples of uses are in lubricants, medicine, glue, cooking utensils, etc.

Silicone is a polymer. It is typically heat resistant and rubber like so have a wide range of application such as in lubricants, medicine, glue, cooking utensils etc. It can come in many forms but the one that we see in silicone dolls is silicone rubber.

Silicone rubber can be very soft or very firm depending on how it is formulated and is very good at retaining its original shape even under extreme pressure. It is also very resistant to heat so can be boiled to sterilize it and is highly inert since it does not react with most chemicals (explain why it is used in medical implants).

One of the great qualities of Silicone is its ability to retain shape even under extreme pressure. Also, it is very heat resistant giving it the ability to withstand being boiled for sterilization. Furthermore, it is highly inert since it does not react with most chemicals, which makes it medically safe to be used as implants.

PROS OF SILICONE

· Unlike TPE silicone, Silicone is non-porous, making it resistant to clothe stains. It is, therefore, easier to clean.
· Another plus to its non-porous nature, it doesn’t retain humidity, unlike TPE. This allows it to be sterilized using boiling water similar to sterilizing utensils and medical equipment.
· Given that it is a thermoset, its initial curing phase is not dependent on cooling. It is catalyst based, which makes it significantly less sensitive to heat-induced deformation should it be subject to heat. This means these dolls could be enjoyed while bathing in warm to hot water.

CONS OF SILICONE

· Silicone being a thermoset means that once it is cured, it is firm and cannot be altered. Because of this smaller margin for error, it becomes more expensive, reaching $2,000 to below $5,000.
· Silicone is not as soft as TPE. It feels more dense and stiff to touch as compared with TPE. It is more rubber-like than life-like.
·When it comes to buttocks and breasts, given the more rubber-like consistency, these features will not wobble when the doll is rocked back and forth as they would with TPE.
· Given the lubricants, it may be exposed to Silicone is not the most durable polymer.

Aside from being firm, Silicone can also feel sticky to the touch. As suggested by others, baby powder can reduce this giving it a better feel.
In conclusion, TPE is an excellent material of choice if you’re looking for a very realistic sex doll. It is very realistic to the touch and flexible to accommodate multiple sex positions. But with these great features, the user must not mind the extra care needed to maintain it. On the other hand, Silicone is perfect if you do not have time to keep the sex doll, and you are not that sensitive to the feel and touch.

 

Last, if you wanna custom your own sex dolls, please following the article: Sex Doll Customization Options Guide.  And then you can choose your first realistic sex doll.

 

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