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Which is the right set for you? あなたにぴったりのセットは?

Smart Doll's are available in two different flavors - a "Sports Bra Set" & "Apparel Set." Guys normally wear bra's at home when nobody is looking but our Smart Doll guys don't which is why we've given them a pair of Boxer Shorts instead. If you are buying a Smart Doll for the first time then choosing either set is enough - you do not need to get anything else in addition - but extra accessories will enhance your Smart Doll experience.
 If you are going to keep your Smart Doll at home or in the office and prefer them skimpy then go for the Sports Bra Set - but the Apparel Set is way better value for your cash.

Choose the Apparel set if you plan on taking them out n about - and save money at the same time as it will cost you more to buy the apparel set items separately. If you take them out in the Sports Bra Set then they may catch a cold. Alternatively you may want to go for the Sports Bra Set and then choose to customize the look and feel of your Smart Doll by buying additional apparel items. You can see what items the current Apparel Set consists of on this page.
スマートドールは二つのセットで用意しています。「Sports Bra Set」と「Apparel Set」だ。スポーツブラセットにはスポーツブラと下着が付いています。ブラーを密かに家で着用している男子は世の中にいますが、スマートドール男子はそんなことやりません。なのでボクサーショーツを履かせています。

お家やオフィスで肌露出多めに展示したい場合はスポーツブラセットは十分ですが、アパレルセットはかなりお得。スマートドールを外に連れて行く目的であればアパレルセットをオススメします。スポーツブラセットで外に連れて行くと、スマートドールちゃんは風邪をひくかもしれないのでご注意ください。 もしくはスポーツブラセットを選んでいただき、スマートドールのアパレルでご自分でコーディネートできます。

現在のアパレルセット内容はこのページでご確認できます。

Would you like to remove the Instabewbs filter for all busts in product listings? You can change your preferences in the footer menu. 商品一覧に出ているおっぱい写真のインスタバストフィルターを非表示にしますか?設定は今後フッターで変更できます。

IMPORTANT! 重要!

By proceeding you agree that you read the introductory post and understand the handcrafted nature of our products.
You also agree that you read the before you buy post to understand why Smart Doll may not be what you are looking for.
Check the boxes next to the terms you agree with to proceed.
ご購入される前にスマートドールのデザイン思想を読んで理解してください。手作り商品のため、スマートドール本体にはホクロ、凹み、非対称、ユーズドアパレルにはほつれ、穴、むらなどが商品の表面に出ていることを理解した上でご購入ください。同意する項目をチェックし、決済フォームまでお進みください。 スマートドール購入履歴のないアパレルのみの注文はキャンセルされます。

Which is the right body type for you? あなたにぴったりのボディータイプは?

While the head and hands will be vinyl - you have a choice of two different types of body - one is referred to as Cortex and the other as Vinyl. Both body types are pre-built.

Both are made from the same 3D data and share pretty much the same shape and form - all our apparel, accessories and body parts are compatible with both body types. The fundamental difference is the material and the way they are constructed. Vinyl being more expensive does not make it better than Cortex. Neither type is more superior than the other and they both have their own strengths depending on your needs.

To find out more about the differences then read the Cortex or Vinyl post which should give you more info to make a decision.
スマートドールでは2種類の材質のボディーを展開している。ひとつは「コーテックス」(CORTEX)、もうひとつは「ソフビ」(VINYL) と呼ばれるものだ。別途記載がない限り、どちらの材質を選んでも頭と手はソフビだ。上の画像を見ても違いがわからないという方はコーテックスを選ぶことをお勧めする。コーテックスボディーもソフビボディーも組み立て完成品だ。

コーテックスもソフビも同じ3Dデータから作られており、その形とフォルムはさほど変わらない。アパレルやアクセサリー、ボディーのオプションパーツ(胸、ハンド、ハイ足など)はどちらのボディーにも使える。両者の決定的な違いはその材質と組み立てられ方だ。ソフビはコーテックスより価格が高いだからと言ってコーテックスより優れているということはなく、あなたが何を求めているかによってそれぞれに長所と短所がある。

コーテックスは子どもや初めてファッションドールを手に取る人向けのものだ。ソフビはこのスケールのファッションドールになれたドールユーザーのためにデザインされている。初めてのスマートドール、あるいはお子様のためのスマートドールならコーテックスを選ぶことをお勧めする。

それでももうちょい両者の違いが知りたい方は「コーテックスそれともソフビ製」の記事を読んでください。

Prosthetic Leg (Black)

義足 (黒)

Prosthetic Leg (Black)

義足 (黒)

Regular price Regular price ¥8,900 (¥9,790 税込)

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I understand that not all amputees can use prosthetics due to a variety of reasons. However, I still wanted to create something that represents an amputee and symbolizes their strength and will. The result is "Smart Doll Prosthetics" - the first in the series is the Prosthetic Leg. Designed by our resident 3D sculptor TOYA, and slush-casted in our Tokyo facilities, the Prosthetic Leg has unique weathering features so that no two will ever look the same.

At the moment, the Prosthetic Leg is in the form of a shin as it's the only part of the leg that a Smart Doll owner can (somewhat) easily swap out themselves with a hairdryer or hot water. The shin is symmetrical so it can be used as the left or right shin. Have a look at the 9 pack of photos to see how to swap out the shin.

Free for folks who are eligible

The Prosthetic Leg for Smart Doll is provided free for Smart Doll owners who are either an amputee, have a family member who is an amputee or is a nurse that cares for amputees.

Many Smart Doll owners have been telling us their amputee story, and I have already sent a few of these out with their orders. If you are eligible, leave a note in your next order telling us your amputee story - no need to add this product to your cart - we will put one in for free. Do mention which color you prefer. If the color you want is out of stock, we will send what we have available at the time.

While we do not require any evidence of amputation to qualify for the prosthetics, I will leave it to the customers discretion to decide what's appropriate when communicating with us, and I will take their word for it ;-)

While our prosthetics are meant to symbolize an amputee, I understand that some folks want to go for a Cyberpunk Night City feel and I'm OK with this.

Film director James Cameron worked with a British prosthetics company Open Bionics to produce a set of Battle Angel Alita-inspired prosthetic arms for a young lady called Tilly Lockey. Tilly lost both of her arms when she was 15 months old due to meningococcal septicaemia. If you have not watched Alita yet then I thoroughly recommend it ;-)

Do note that when you purchase one of this product that you only get one prosthetic shin even though two may be pictured in the photos. Dolls, shoes, apparel, walls, stairs pictured in the photos are not included.

Specs and how to attach the prosthetic leg

If you have time, please watch the video embedded on this page - if not follow the points below and the 9 pack of photos below. But the video will be more useful.
  1. Remove the shin by bending the shin at the knee and wiggling it out by twisting the left and right.
  2. Use a hairdryer or hot water to heat the shin so that the slot at the top becomes soft.
  3. Pull off the foot by wriggling it left and right and then pull out the internal frame from the shin shell. You may see a spacer on the shaft of the frame depending on when your doll was assembled. This should be left as is in the position shown in the photo.
  4. Use a hairdryer or hot water to heat the prosthetic so that the slot at the top becomes soft.
  5. Insert the shin frame into the prosthetic.
  6. Make sure the frame is inserted all the way in so that you can bend the knee shaft at the top.
  7. Wriggle the foot back on.
  8. Insert the knee shaft into the thigh socket - if you don't get the shaft in the socket, then the leg will fall off after a while. Remember to use the wriggle motion to get the knee shaft in place.
  9. Complete! Make sure not to burn yourself or anybody or thing when handling the hairdryer or hot water.
  10. If the above was not clear then please watch the video ;-)

Reasons not to buy

  1. This product is cast using a production method known as slush casting. This means that the product will have blemishes such as dents, stretch marks, air bubbles and even birthmarks.
  2. If you buy two, they will not look the same and may vary slightly in length and shape as they are all individually cast.
  3. The product is designed to look slightly used meaning that you should expect blemishes on the surface. The silver prosthetics in particular will start to look worn around the knee as the paint rubs off against the inside of the thigh. 
  4. The painted versions may have small paint chips with some areas darker than others because humans paint them. Paint may also chip over time.
  5. If you do not heat the prosthetic before swapping it out for the default shin, the slit at the back of both the shin and prosthetic may tear.
  6. Some folks may feel that the shin looks odd because the actual foot is not a prosthetic. We recommend wearing footwear with the prosthetic.
  7. The prosthetic is not designed to have long bottoms worn over it. Long bottoms are designed with the default shin size and shape in mind. I recommend wearing shorts or capri pants with the prosthetics. Capri pants may be a tight fit around the knee when worn with the prosthetic.
  8. This product is not designed to be compatible with Cortex models - although ninja DIY folks may figure out a way to make them work with Cortex.
  9. Was designed for the girls but will fit guys - but may look a bit odd.

And this is the video to help you replace the default shin with the prosthetic leg.

I understand that not all amputees can use prosthetics due to a variety of reasons. However, I still wanted to create something that represents an amputee and symbolizes their strength and will. The result is "Smart Doll Prosthetics" - the first in the series is the Prosthetic Leg. Designed by our resident 3D sculptor TOYA, and slush-casted in our Tokyo facilities, the Prosthetic Leg has unique weathering features so that no two will ever look the same.

At the moment, the Prosthetic Leg is in the form of a shin as it's the only part of the leg that a Smart Doll owner can (somewhat) easily swap out themselves with a hairdryer or hot water. The shin is symmetrical so it can be used as the left or right shin. Have a look at the 9 pack of photos to see how to swap out the shin.

Free for folks who are eligible

The Prosthetic Leg for Smart Doll is provided free for Smart Doll owners who are either an amputee, have a family member who is an amputee or is a nurse that cares for amputees.

Many Smart Doll owners have been telling us their amputee story, and I have already sent a few of these out with their orders. If you are eligible, leave a note in your next order telling us your amputee story - no need to add this product to your cart - we will put one in for free. Do mention which color you prefer. If the color you want is out of stock, we will send what we have available at the time.

While we do not require any evidence of amputation to qualify for the prosthetics, I will leave it to the customers discretion to decide what's appropriate when communicating with us, and I will take their word for it ;-)

While our prosthetics are meant to symbolize an amputee, I understand that some folks want to go for a Cyberpunk Night City feel and I'm OK with this.

Film director James Cameron worked with a British prosthetics company Open Bionics to produce a set of Battle Angel Alita-inspired prosthetic arms for a young lady called Tilly Lockey. Tilly lost both of her arms when she was 15 months old due to meningococcal septicaemia. If you have not watched Alita yet then I thoroughly recommend it ;-)

Do note that when you purchase one of this product that you only get one prosthetic shin even though two may be pictured in the photos. Dolls, shoes, apparel, walls, stairs pictured in the photos are not included.

Specs and how to attach the prosthetic leg

If you have time, please watch the video embedded on this page - if not follow the points below and the 9 pack of photos below. But the video will be more useful.
  1. Remove the shin by bending the shin at the knee and wiggling it out by twisting the left and right.
  2. Use a hairdryer or hot water to heat the shin so that the slot at the top becomes soft.
  3. Pull off the foot by wriggling it left and right and then pull out the internal frame from the shin shell. You may see a spacer on the shaft of the frame depending on when your doll was assembled. This should be left as is in the position shown in the photo.
  4. Use a hairdryer or hot water to heat the prosthetic so that the slot at the top becomes soft.
  5. Insert the shin frame into the prosthetic.
  6. Make sure the frame is inserted all the way in so that you can bend the knee shaft at the top.
  7. Wriggle the foot back on.
  8. Insert the knee shaft into the thigh socket - if you don't get the shaft in the socket, then the leg will fall off after a while. Remember to use the wriggle motion to get the knee shaft in place.
  9. Complete! Make sure not to burn yourself or anybody or thing when handling the hairdryer or hot water.
  10. If the above was not clear then please watch the video ;-)

Reasons not to buy

  1. This product is cast using a production method known as slush casting. This means that the product will have blemishes such as dents, stretch marks, air bubbles and even birthmarks.
  2. If you buy two, they will not look the same and may vary slightly in length and shape as they are all individually cast.
  3. The product is designed to look slightly used meaning that you should expect blemishes on the surface. The silver prosthetics in particular will start to look worn around the knee as the paint rubs off against the inside of the thigh. 
  4. The painted versions may have small paint chips with some areas darker than others because humans paint them. Paint may also chip over time.
  5. If you do not heat the prosthetic before swapping it out for the default shin, the slit at the back of both the shin and prosthetic may tear.
  6. Some folks may feel that the shin looks odd because the actual foot is not a prosthetic. We recommend wearing footwear with the prosthetic.
  7. The prosthetic is not designed to have long bottoms worn over it. Long bottoms are designed with the default shin size and shape in mind. I recommend wearing shorts or capri pants with the prosthetics. Capri pants may be a tight fit around the knee when worn with the prosthetic.
  8. This product is not designed to be compatible with Cortex models - although ninja DIY folks may figure out a way to make them work with Cortex.
  9. Was designed for the girls but will fit guys - but may look a bit odd.

And this is the video to help you replace the default shin with the prosthetic leg.