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Trusted Sex Doll Websites

Buying a sex doll is not like buying something cheap from Amazon. A majority of top sex doll brands do not sell on Amazon, Ebay, or Aliexpress so it’s best to avoid buying sex dolls from those websites. Because sex doll manufacturers specialize in production and designing rather than sales, their dolls are mostly sold through their distributors, usually known as vendors. As a distributor, vendors get discounts from the factories, and can usually offer better prices, buyer protection, and customer service than buying directly from the factory.

Where Do I Buy a Sex Doll?​

With the rise in sex doll popularity, many Chinese stores have opened up to sell imitation or counterfeit dolls. It’s harder than ever before to find a legit sex doll store. Counterfeiters will take photos from top brands such as WM Doll, and use it as their own. Cheap, imitation dolls won’t look the same as the photo, are made of inferior quality, and will fall apart fairly quickly.

I don’t recommend cheaping out when it comes to a sex doll. Sex dolls are not just for sex but also for love, companionship, cuddling, photography, and so much more. You want something that looks good, feels good, and lasts for years. That’s why it’s important to buy an authentic doll from the original manufacturers and designers.

How Do I Find a Trustworthy Vendor?

Most of the sex doll stores listed below are TDF-approved vendors. They were rigorously vetted by the biggest and most trusted doll community on the internet (The Doll Forum). I have also personally vetted each one of them. Because I ran my own store and worked with top brands in the past, I know for a fact that these websites are legit. The TDF community and I can both guarantee they sell authentic dolls at highly reasonable prices, and have the best customer service available. You simply cannot go wrong with any of these websites. I recommend visiting each one because they all have a slightly different selection of dolls.

Tip: Don’t be afraid to contact vendors! Feel free to email them and ask them anything!

Trusted Sex Doll Vendors

Sex Dolls Shop™ is a highly prestigious sex doll vendor to order from. Their customer service is top-notch and they offer an excellent selection of dolls at great prices. You’re not just getting a doll, you’re getting a team that cares and helps you every step of the way. They are one of the safest and most trusted websites to order from. You simply cannot lose ordering from them. 

My Robot Doll is a trusted vendor that ships worldwide including Europe. They have the most up-to-date selection of top brands, including more elusive brands like MZR Doll, TAYU, and Aotume. They are the leading vendor for Sino Doll, and offer the hyper-realistic Top-Sino series. With excellent customer service, many satisfied customers on TDF, and very reasonable prices, they are a fantastic vendor to order from.

Silicone Lovers is a very popular and rapidly-growing vendor from the UK. With over 19 top brands to choose from, they have one of the largest catalogs out there. They offer both TPE and silicone sex dolls, and have very friendly and helpful customer service. Combine that with a huge selection of dolls at amazing prices, and you have an almost perfect sex doll store.

The Doll Channel is the only vendor with an active and growing Youtube channel and community. They specialize in smaller sex dolls, and can ship dolls domestically to avoid customs issues. They have many in-stock dolls ready to ship in the USA including mini dolls. Not the prettiest website, but they have very affordable pricing, many in-stock wigs and accessories, and a points/reward program.

Doll to China is a highly popular international vendor well-known in the sex doll community. Their excellent customer service and strong relationship with manufacturers have earned them a strong reputation for over 6 years. They carry a large variety of TPE and silicone brands at excellent prices, but are behind on some brands such as WM Doll. Overall, they are one of the top global vendors to choose from.

Kuma Doll is the rank 1 doll vendor in Japan and now sells globally. They carry a huge selection of over 40 brands, many of which you won’t find anywhere else. If you’re looking for dolls with Japanese appeal, you’ll find them here. They have responsive customer service with surprisingly good English. This vendor is for more experienced doll owners looking for lesser-known brands. Their Japanese website has a much larger selection of dolls. You can browse dolls on their Japanese website and then contact them on the English website.

Real Love Sex Dolls is one of the most popular and most trusted sex doll stores on TDF. They offer a great selection of WM Dolls, and are currently adding more brands such as Piper Doll. They are one of the oldest stores out there, yet continue to be one of the most modern. They also have great seasonal promos and deals often, so be on the lookout!

Don't Get Ripped off!

When it comes to sex dolls, there are two ways to get ripped off:

  1. Buying a cheap or counterfeit/imitation sex doll from an untrustworthy vendor.

As they say, “You get what you pay for.” Most dolls under $1000 (except for mini dolls) are not authentic top-brand dolls. Many stores sell cheap replica dolls using another company’s photos to trick customers. The dolls they sell will not look the same as the photo, are of inferior quality, and break quickly. More and more of these websites are popping up. A general rule of thumb is do not purchase a sex doll from Aliexpress, Ebay, or Amazon. Top doll manufacturers do not sell on any of these websites.

2. Paying overpriced for the same doll you can get elsewhere for less.

With the fear of getting scammed, many people are paying premium prices in hopes of getting an authentic doll. But why pay more for the same doll you get get elsewhere for less? Many trusted stores are taking advantage of people’s fears by raising their prices for extreme profits. Having run a sex doll store in the past, and from my relationships with top brand manufacturers, I can easily tell whether a store is legitimate or not. As long as you buy a doll from one of the websites I shared, you will always get an authentic doll at the lowest prices possible. 

Vendor Updates

5/21/2022: I regularly monitor the vendors on my trusted list. I removed some vendors that declined in customer service or there was no reason to choose them over other vendors. Now, this list only features vendors with excellent customer service, and covers almost every brand and niche so there is something for everyone.

Sexdolls-shop, SiliconeLovers, and MyRobotDoll are excellent vendors for the Western audience, and carry most top brands. TheDollChannel specializes in small dolls (in the US). Dollto-China is a well-known vendor with lots of silicone and TPE brands, and finally Kuma Doll has over 40 brands and Eastern-oriented dolls that most vendors don’t carry. There’s something for everyone. My list is almost complete.

Now that you know where to buy a sex doll, it’s time to start enjoying life again! Check out all the vendors above to find your dream doll. Feel free to comment below if you have any questions.

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    Is this site safe and legal?
    How can I find out about their safety?

    1. Steven

      Hi Wilwil,
      It’s hard to tell since I can’t read Japanese. Their brand listings and customization options look correct, but some of the prices seem a bit low unless I converted the currencies wrong. It’s mainly the TPE doll prices that seem a bit low. They could be legit but I don’t really know. I think they only ship to Japan.

    1. Steven

      Hi T,
      They could be legit but I’m not a big fan of their website. They are unclear with brand names and missing a lot of customization options like skin tone options. Some of their descriptions were copy-and-pasted from MySiliconeLoveDoll (they forgot to remove the name), and that Yotpo review badge looks fake. Overall, they seem a bit unprofessional to me. I personally wouldn’t order from them but it’s up to you. They are TDF-approved but I don’t agree with every vendor on their list.

  2. J

    Is the website/company Amwama legit?

    1. Steven

      Hi J,
      I never heard of them before and I don’t know much about torso dolls. I was suspicious of their reviews so I pasted some into Google, and found the same reviews on other websites. I don’t know who copied who, but their reviews could be fake. However, they also sell on Amazon and the reviews there seem mostly positive and real, so the risk is up to you. With torsos, a lot of them are usually smaller than a real woman so pay attention to the dimensions. Otherwise, I don’t know much else about them. I know Tantaly is a popular torso website in the doll community, but I don’t know any other ones.

    1. Steven

      Hi Adam,
      They might be legit although the cheap WM-imitation Aibei dolls on their front page don’t leave a good first impression. Looking through the brands they carry, the prices, customization options, and specifications seem about right. Oddly, several brand pages are blank. The Linkooer brand dolls look very familiar, but I don’t recognize the actual brand. Overall, they might be legit but if you want to order a name-brand doll, I would personally choose a more reputable website. The prices are about the same and you’ll get peace of mind ordering from a more established vendor.

      1. Adam

        Thanks for the reply I actually made the order before asking the question and wanted some confirmation and it seems like they are legit. Here are the photos I got for my order [link removed]

        1. Steven

          Hi Adam,
          I don’t recognize the factory in the photos but the doll looks good. I’m guessing it’s one of their Linkooer brand dolls? If those are the actual photos of your doll, it looks good appearance-wise. Quality-wise, I don’t know since I never heard of that brand. Just be on the lookout for any damage or problems when the doll arrives. One issue with those factory photos is they don’t show the vagina or feet. Ideally, you want to see all of the doll before approving it for shipping. I will delete your link because it shows your full name.

            1. Steven

              I suspected that maybe JX Doll was the brand since the SKU for Linkooer dolls has “JX” in it. However, I never heard of JX Doll, and the JX Doll website looks odd and unfinished with placeholder photos and some blank pages. Their About Us section is also copy-and-pasted in different fonts, which looks unprofessional. If they are the actual brand, they are not very well-known. Anyway, it should be fine; just have a back-up plan in case something goes wrong. The metal under the feet are the bolts for “standing feet.” They aren’t meant to be covered up.

              1. Adam

                Yeah very weird that other sites that are selling their stuff have much better sites. What do you mean by a back up plan?

                1. Steven

                  Many brands or manufacturers have bad websites since they don’t specialize in sales. It’s pretty common in China. By back-up plan, I mean understand the return/refund policy, buyer protection from your payment method, and be sure to document any issues with the doll (with photos and videos) in case something goes wrong. Many people are quick to “use” the doll when it arrives, but that usually makes the doll unreturnable. Hopefully, everything works out and you won’t have to do any of that, but it’s better to be prepared.

              2. Adam

                Ahh got it ill make sure to check it properly. And from the faq on the site seems like there is buyer protection . Other than that do you know where I can get a storage case for the doll? Are they all that expensive?

                1. Steven

                  Storage cases are expensive due to the international shipping costs of big and heavy items. They also got much more expensive recently for some reason. Hanging a doll is the best way to store it long-term so a storage case isn’t really necessary, but there’s some advantages like being able to hide your doll short-term and more protection during shipping. Some people build their own or find something locally that can fit the doll. The latter is pretty difficult though. I’ve seen some people store their dolls in Christmas tree bags. I guess you have to be creative to save money. Anyway, all storage cases from China will be expensive.

                2. Adam

                  Yeah the prices are ridiculous. Unfortunately I do not have the space nor privacy to get the hanging rack. Most likely going to make the box myself.

    1. Steven

      Hi Bob,
      Both websites sell knockoff dolls with stolen photos. The biggest red flags are extremely low prices, no brand names, and incorrect customization options. I wouldn’t be surprised if they were somehow connected because they have the same listings and prices. This is also the first time I’ve seen knockoff Game Lady Dolls (listed at $599). Extremely shameless marketing. They stole photos from almost every popular brand. I genuinely don’t know what you’ll receive if you order from those websites.

  3. k.b..

    selam ben bir siparis ettim yanliz bana daha degisikigini gonderdiler cinden ne yapmam gerekli bana yardimci olurmusunuz

    1. Steven

      Hi k.b.,
      Contact the vendor asap with photos. Don’t “use” the doll otherwise you can’t return it.

    1. Steven

      Hi Ryan,
      The first website sells knockoff dolls (with stolen photos) and has lots of fake reviews. The 2nd website is like the first one but on steroids. They all have red flags like extremely low prices and no brand names. Sexindoll has many dolls with over 70 reviews each which is just a huge red flag. Turns out most their reviews are fake. The customer photos were stolen from other websites like RealLoveSexDolls (who publicly displays customer photos). Knockoff dolls are a gamble so the risk is up to you. The 2nd website is much more shady.

      1. Ryan

        Thank you, what are some good questions to ask them to see how legit they are.

        1. Steven

          You can ask to see factory or warehouse photos of the doll you’re interested in (to get a better idea of what it actually looks like). Ask them any other questions you have. I don’t know if there’s any good, specific questions to ask since knockoff sellers will lie and say yes to everything. If you ask if their dolls are authentic, they will say yes even if they’re not. It’s a gamble since these websites usually have fake reviews and there’s no off-site reviews about them. Have a backup plan in case something goes wrong. They usually will send you a doll. The gamble is whether the quality is good or not.

          1. Ryan

            I asked for some pictures and google image searched the images that I got, and they seemed to be original pictures because google didn’t say they were from other sites.

            Does this change your opinion at all?

            Thank you

            1. Steven

              No. The purpose of factory photos (for me) is to see which factory the doll is from. For example, if they are using WM Doll’s promo photos but the background in the photo is not WM Doll’s factory (Jinsan), then they are knockoffs. The prices alone tell the story since they are too cheap to be authentic. However, not all knockoff dolls are bad. They’re just more of a gamble.

  4. Sergey

    Hi! Is this two websites are ok/legit?
    Thank you in advance!

    1. Steven

      Hi Sergey,
      Moon-doll might be legit but they sell some brands I never heard of. Also the prices of their in-stock Irontech and 6YE dolls are suspiciously low. I personally wouldn’t order from them but they could be legit. Some of the dolls at Urdolls might be authentic but I never really liked their website. It’s very messy with different brands and prices all over the place. Their authorization letters are also very strange- every brand’s certificate is written in the same format and looks fake. Both websites could possibly sell authentic dolls, but I’m not really a fan of either of them. There’s enough red flags that I would consider them risky to order from.

  5. David

    This will my first doll. Is this website legit. Spartan specializes in male dolls

    1. Steven

      Hi David,
      Yes, that website is legit but I don’t know much else about them.

    1. Steven

      Hi Erick,
      They are TDF-approved but I don’t particularly like them. They don’t clearly show the brand names, some dolls are priced oddly low, some have breast size options which doesn’t make sense, and their catalog is very outdated. Also their Dollforum section is largely abandoned, and many posts suggest they are unresponsive with poor customer service. I personally would not recommend them.

    1. Steven

      Hi Thomas,
      I can’t access the website. It says “Access Denied.”

  6. Michael

    Hello Steven.
    Is Alright?
    i am planning on buying my first one but i can’t afford 1,000 at the moment

    1. Steven

      Hi Michael,
      That does not look like a good website. It looks like an Aliexpress dropshopping store. Everything there are just random Chinese products. The sales gimmicks like “x people purchased this product” are fake as well as some dolls listed at $69. Judging from the description and censorship on the photos, I’m pretty sure all the dolls are from Aliexpress. Unfortunately, the only dolls you can find for under $1000 are Kimber Doll, mini dolls, and knockoff dolls.

      1. Michael

        Sigh Well That’s just Grand. Not much picky on products though like i mention, can’t really afford 1,000 Doll and Above. But i guess its not meant to be ether way.

        Thanks Steven.

    1. Steven

      Hi BW,
      They might be legit but I’m not a big fan of their website. They have misleading prices due to the lowest height selected by default, incorrect WM skin tone options, fake reviews, and fake sales gimmicks like x sold in 48 hours. Something just feels off about their website. While their dolls could be authentic, there are better websites to order from in my opinion.

  7. Andy

    Is legit? They have some great clearance prices and I kind of want to buy one but I’m unsure of quality.

    1. Steven

      Hi Andy,
      That is the official website of a brand called SiliDoll, which is a real brand. I heard some good things but I don’t know much about them. They had that clearance sale on their website for months now so that’s a bit strange. They are not very well-known. You can probably find more information here:

  8. Bill

    Is legit? I’ve been considering one of their products and I would like to know if they are legit.

    1. Steven

      Hi Bill,
      Some people don’t like YourDoll because they may have sold knockoff dolls in the past. However, nowadays they are probably legit. A brand (I think it was SE Doll) told me YourDoll was their best vendor so I can only assume they are legit. Their prices do seem a little low- Not knockoff prices low, but barely any profits low. Maybe it’s just because they are a Chinese vendor. Ultimately, it’s up to you. They are probably legit but have a controversial history, and I don’t know much about their customer service.

    1. Steven

      Hi Co,
      They are a typical knockoff doll website with stolen photos. Going through their brands section, it’s possible some brands are authentic like Aotume (based on the customization options), but their front page are all knockoff dolls (low prices, no brand names, and stolen WM/JY Doll photos). It’s at your own risk, but I personally wouldn’t order from them.

  9. Kat

    Hi Steven,

    is this site a scam site?
    I tried checking a lot of the information on the site and it looks so far legit.
    But not sure because they’re not on the TDF for some reason.
    Most likely since they have the same name as Realdoll?

    Kind regards,


    1. Steven

      Hi Kat,
      They are most likely legit. Many people on TDF ordered Game Lady Dolls from them. Their customer service is supposedly good although I emailed them weeks ago and they never replied. They’re probably safe to order from but I suggest checking out their customer service first.

      1. Kat

        Ok, thanks Steven!

        Will first check out their customer service. =D

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