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  1. Sinclair

    Hi:) Just came across this website. Browsing through the Top Brands section, I feel you need to update the comments about JY. The quality issues are historic and the current JYs are easily on a par with WM Doll/WM Dolls. I have three JYs and one recent WM (a 172B) and so am in a position to make comparisons. The on-going lack of TDF approval has, I suspect, got more to do with personality clashes than the quality of the product. The other two Aiersha brands, AF & AS, are TDF approved and dolls from the same brand can be made in the same Aiersha factory (there are three, I believe).

    One can understand WM’s popularity, but their quality control is iffy, as a search of current threads on TDF will confirm.

    1. Steven

      Hi Sinclair,
      Thanks for the comments about JY. I have heard a lot of negative comments about JY, mainly from vendors, about their poor quality control and customer service, that their dolls don’t look like the photos, and that they send old factory photos. Perhaps they are better now. I am aware of the Aiersha factory since I used to sell all 3 brands, but to me, they still feel like mid-ranged dolls compared to WM and Piper, but they are more affordable so it makes sense. I also had better relations with AS and AF compared to JY. I kept them on my front page since they’re still one of the top TPE brands. I also agree that WM’s QC has declined over the years, but I always heard that JY’s is much worse, but again, I haven’t seen many JY customer reviews lately. I may modify the description.

      1. Sinclair

        Hi Steven,
        I think that one of the issues is there are quite a few knock-off JYs out there. As I’m sure you know, there is only one genuine JY factory website: https://www.jydoll.com/ Your comments about the dolls not looking like the photos and them sending old factory photos strongly suggests that these are knock-offs. I have three JYs, a 175cm from 2019, a 166cm muscular and a 165cm “super realistic”, both from last year. And I’m about to take delivery of a new weight-reduced 171cm (it will be interesting to see how effective the weight reduction is). Apart from the JYs and the WM172B, I also have a Sino 161cm and a Fire Doll 164cm.

        My WM, which arrived last February, has the new upgraded skeleton with the double-jointed elbow. Within a day of her arrival, one wrist went floppy. Soon one hip was looser than the other. One elbow is much stiffer and more difficult to move than the other and her left ankle now likes to try to rotate through 360 degrees. The TPE is of reasonable softness and quality, but the JY “Platinum” is almost as soft but more durable.

        No doll is perfect. I think that the quality control on most TPE dolls and not a few silicone (I include Gynoid here) is iffy at best and that basically NONE of them is deserving of much praise. In other words it’s a lottery no matter which brand you buy. My point is that JY are not mid-range dolls compared to WM in terms of quality and I think the latter are rather resting on their laurels at the moment. Don’t get me wrong, I would consider buying another WM (there are a few models I like), but I am under no illusions about them being better quality than Aiersha or a number of other brands out there.

        1. Steven

          Good points. I just wanted to note that the issues I mentioned before were said by vendors and not customers. It seems that many vendors stopped carrying JY Doll due to past issues, and it can be more risky ordering directly from the manufacturer. It is also true that there are lots of counterfeit JY dolls. WM and JY are probably the most copied brand. One trusted vendor told me that JY sent them an “old factory photo” because the doll sent was not the same doll as in the factory photo. But yeah, dolls from all brands can have defects. Dolls coming from China have always been a bit of a gamble. I do know a lot of people on TDF that are happy with their JY Dolls, so they might not be as bad as I thought.

          1. Sinclair

            As with many things in life, I think an issue that JY has is the “Give a Dog a Bad Name” syndrome. I also think that dealing direct with the manufacturer can indeed be more risky, and I always feel it is better to go through a vendor you can trust as the vendor is usually better placed to fight your corner if there’s a problem, be it with the order or an issue that’s arisen during the course of shipping. My main bugbear with current dolls is the lack of consistency with the skeletons, particularly with joint stiffness, and the fact that you can’t adjust the tightness without surgical intervention (I know I am asking a lot here, but maybe in the future). Anyway, whilst they may not be perfect, I do believe they are gradually improving and that there could be some exciting developments on the way 🙂

  2. Alexander

    Hey, I live in Norway in Europe, and I was wondering What site i should buy from that ships to Europe/Norway?

    1. Steven

      Hi Alexander,
      All websites should be able to ship to Norway since most sex dolls are made and shipped from China. Just to be sure, you should ask the website first before ordering. Here are a list of websites I trust: https://celesdolls.com/trusted-sex-doll-websites/

  3. Alexander

    Hey, I was wondering if littlesexdolls.com was a legit siste? And if the sex dolls they have are Good quality?

    1. Steven

      Hi Alexander,
      LittleSexDolls sells cheap, knockoff dolls. I don’t know if their quality is good or not, but most of their photos are stolen from other brands. If you’re looking for smaller dolls, I recommend TheDollChannel, or KimberDoll for a cheaper doll.

    1. Steven

      Hi Kevin,
      KikDoll sells a lot of cheap, no-brand dolls so at first glance, they don’t seem trustworthy but some of their dolls could be legit. For example, they carry doll brands like WM Doll, Piper Doll, 6YE, etc. listed at realistic prices. However, there are some red flags like the same wig options for every brand of dolls, and they are missing some of the WM Doll customization options. KikDoll has never been known as a trustworthy vendor, probably because they sell a lot of non-brand, knockoff dolls. You will probably receive a doll from them, but sites that sell both knockoff and authentic dolls tend to be more sketchy.

  4. Carlos

    For a new timer about to purchase ..which brand name doll is the more realistic detailed as close in vagina.anal areas? Irontech or WM/YL….was looking at the 150cm or 155 irontech or wm 157cm model….. thanx

    1. Steven

      Hi Carlos,
      Irontech’s vaginas and anuses look noticeably more realistic and detailed compared to WM and YL.

  5. Ysmael

    Hi . I am writing to you from Spain
    I have read almost everything you have posted on your page.
    And it seems we all have the same problems.
    Fear that Aliexpres will cheat us (very common), the price of brand name ones and in Spain import tariffs … are very expensive.
    I have bought two from Aliexpres several years ago, the first one was clearly a copy.
    With all the flaws you mention.
    Then nothing was known about this.
    The second one that I buy probably also but it is of good quality.
    The TPE does not smell, the fingers feel strong, as do the limbs … but they sent with the face that I had not chosen.
    I don’t know if they are scammers or idiots because they lose a lot of potential customers.

    In the end I never used them for sex … I am a collector of action figures and in the end they are one more of the collection … bigger.
    But I really like them. I put clothes, wigs etc 🙂

    I’ve seen the Kimberdoll I always wanted one with … standing feet ..
    The price is great and the body is beautiful … But the face is very doll-like … not a real face. I would buy it with another face.

    There is another alternative in the European Union to Kimberdoll.
    In price and distribution … to avoid customs fees.

    Greetings and thanks … I follow you

    One thing no one buy “glue” for TPE on Aliexpress.
    I had glue from the first doll and it stuck perfectly.
    But the one they sell with a green label … melts the TPE.
    And the products that sell “specifics” for eyelashes and hair.
    One is a generic glue and the other a normal cyanoacrylate.

  6. Jesus g

    Good afternoon, I live in California. I was wondering what’s the best way to make sure I get the right product. What’s the fastest I would receive it if I pay by this week.

    1. Steven

      Hello Jesus,
      I don’t know which vendors have dolls in-stock in California. Unfortunately, there aren’t many vendors that have dolls in-stock in the US. Most sex dolls are manufactured in China and then shipped directly to the customer. Check out my list of trusted vendors here: https://celesdolls.com/trusted-sex-doll-websites/ Most dolls arrive in 2 weeks-1 month, but ask the vendors to be sure. Shipping has slowed down during COVID-19.

  7. Ryan

    Hey Steven, have you ever purchased from esdoll.com?

    1. Steven

      Hello Ryan,
      ESDoll is an imitation doll manufacturer. This is easy to tell because of two factors. 1) Their prices are unrealistically low. 2) They have doll photos from top brands like WM Doll, JY Doll, etc. but specifically state that their dolls are “Manufactured by ES Doll,” and that they have their own factory. This means they are creating imitation dolls of top brands because they are not the true factory of those brands, so the quality will be much worse than an authentic doll. If you want to risk it, it is up to you but I would rather pay a little more for an authentic doll.

  8. Chris

    Have you ever heard of donewithwomen.com

    1. Steven

      Hello Chris,

      I briefly took a look at their site. Their prices seem a little low, but the specifications and customization options of the dolls are correct. It is possible they are a new website so they are offering lower prices to attract customers. I recommend contacting them and asking them a bunch of questions about a doll you like to see how they respond. It’s up to you if you want to go with a trusted vendor or take a risk with a new company. Because I used to sell Piper Dolls, I know that their prices are viable (so not entirely impossible) but with very low margins. I personally wouldn’t risk it since it is a large investment but the decision is up to you.

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