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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。
Submit your photos below, or click here to submit videos. Learn more about this feature. あなたが撮ったこの商品のインスタやツイッター投稿のリンクを貼り付けて送信してください。この機能の説明はここ
Please contact us if you are having problems with this feature. うまくいかない場合はコンタクトせよ。
Paste in the link of your YouTube video of this product. Learn more about this feature. あなたが撮ったこの商品のYouTubeリンクを貼り付けて送信してください。この機能の説明はここ
Please contact us if you are having problems with this feature. うまくいかない場合はコンタクトせよ。

Important! 重要!

We want to make sure that we have set your expectations regarding the handcrafted nature of our products. By proceeding you agree that you have read about our design philosophy and are cool with it. If not please refrain from making a purchase. 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ください。手作り商品により、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。

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。

Smart Doll - Challenge

チャレンジスマートドール

  • Challenges not only involve change but also a risk of failure - a double whammy enough to keep most humans in their comfort zone.

    Challenges not only involve change but also a risk of failure - a double whammy enough to keep most humans in their comfort zone.
  • Smart Doll - Challenge
  • Smart Doll - Challenge
  • Smart Doll - Challenge
  • Smart Doll - Challenge
  • Smart Doll - Challenge
  • Smart Doll - Challenge
  • Smart Doll - Challenge
  • Smart Doll - Challenge
  • Challenges not only involve change but also a risk of failure - a double whammy enough to keep most humans in their comfort zone.

    Challenges not only involve change but also a risk of failure - a double whammy enough to keep most humans in their comfort zone.
  • Challenges not only involve change but also a risk of failure - a double whammy enough to keep most humans in their comfort zone.
  • Smart Doll - Challenge
  • Smart Doll - Challenge
  • Smart Doll - Challenge
  • Smart Doll - Challenge
  • Smart Doll - Challenge
  • Smart Doll - Challenge
  • Smart Doll - Challenge
  • Smart Doll - Challenge
  • Challenges not only involve change but also a risk of failure - a double whammy enough to keep most humans in their comfort zone.

Smart Doll - Challenge

チャレンジスマートドール

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Mermaid Sunset Orange Wig


Regular price Regular price ¥52,000

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New Wig Options

You have two wig options to choose from - Mermaid Sunset Orange and Long Straight Lavender. This is an experimental feature and we are not too sure how long we are going to be offering these options for. The available options are limited to this doll and have been chosen for logistical and production reasons but mainly because we have a lack of wigs to go around - which is why we can't sell the wigs separately

You can ask whether you can choose wigs that are not in the available options but because we have a DeLorean with a Flux Capacitor, we have been to the future and can already answer your question - "No" ;-)

New Wig Options

You have two wig options to choose from - Mermaid Sunset Orange and Long Straight Lavender. This is an experimental feature and we are not too sure how long we are going to be offering these options for. The available options are limited to this doll and have been chosen for logistical and production reasons but mainly because we have a lack of wigs to go around - which is why we can't sell the wigs separately

You can ask whether you can choose wigs that are not in the available options but because we have a DeLorean with a Flux Capacitor, we have been to the future and can already answer your question - "No" ;-)

Who Is Challenge?

Design by Miki Lutecia-sensei.

By default, humans are not up to a challenge because it goes against their programming. Challenges not only involve change but also a risk of failure - a double whammy enough to keep most humans in their comfort zone.

Why humans hate change
The brain makes up only 2% of your body mass and yet uses about 20% of your energy. Because of this, human brains have had to evolve to be as energy efficient as possible and one way it does this is by forming neural pathways when you begin to learn something new - habits. How many times have you left the house or your car wondering whether you locked the door? This is because the process of locking the door became a habit and you do the action unconsciously. Things that you do unconsciously consume less energy. You feel mentally drained the first time you try riding a bicycle but after practice it becomes effortless. It’s this “mental drain” expectation when a change comes along that prevents you from taking on a challenge. Your brain tells you “change is bad because it uses up too much energy - don’t do it!”

Why humans fear failure
One of the reasons why humans still exist is because of our built-in fear mechanism. Many eons ago when we heard a rustle in the bushes, the fear response activated is what contributed to keeping us alive - that rustle in the bushes could have been a predator that wanted us for dessert. 
The fear response generated by the area in the brain known as the Amygdala gave us stress and anxiety which prompted a response that kept us alive. This is known as the Fight-or-flight response which increases our heart rate and blood flow to our muscles, causes us to hyperventilate (for the extra needed oxygen) putting us in a state where we decide whether we want to fight off the potential threat or run away from it (flight).

However, while this fear response was great for making sure we didn’t end up being eaten when we were hunter-gathers, the same fear mechanism still exists hardwired in our brain and activates every time we come across a situation where failure is a possible outcome. This hardwired fear response tells us that taking risks is bad - don’t wait around to see if that rustle is a predator - just run!

Each time we avoid change, each time we step away from a challenge, we end up strengthening the default hardwired neural pathways - this is how we end up with a stubborn personality and stuck in a rut - you are not going to get to where you want without taking risks.

Challenge is a symbol and a reminder of why we are wired this way and that we have the ability to re-wire ourselves to take risks, embrace change and never fear failure. A “failure” is just another term for a step to success - without failure, there is no success.

Who Is Challenge?

Design by Miki Lutecia-sensei.

By default, humans are not up to a challenge because it goes against their programming. Challenges not only involve change but also a risk of failure - a double whammy enough to keep most humans in their comfort zone.

Why humans hate change
The brain makes up only 2% of your body mass and yet uses about 20% of your energy. Because of this, human brains have had to evolve to be as energy efficient as possible and one way it does this is by forming neural pathways when you begin to learn something new - habits. How many times have you left the house or your car wondering whether you locked the door? This is because the process of locking the door became a habit and you do the action unconsciously. Things that you do unconsciously consume less energy. You feel mentally drained the first time you try riding a bicycle but after practice it becomes effortless. It’s this “mental drain” expectation when a change comes along that prevents you from taking on a challenge. Your brain tells you “change is bad because it uses up too much energy - don’t do it!”

Why humans fear failure
One of the reasons why humans still exist is because of our built-in fear mechanism. Many eons ago when we heard a rustle in the bushes, the fear response activated is what contributed to keeping us alive - that rustle in the bushes could have been a predator that wanted us for dessert. 
The fear response generated by the area in the brain known as the Amygdala gave us stress and anxiety which prompted a response that kept us alive. This is known as the Fight-or-flight response which increases our heart rate and blood flow to our muscles, causes us to hyperventilate (for the extra needed oxygen) putting us in a state where we decide whether we want to fight off the potential threat or run away from it (flight).

However, while this fear response was great for making sure we didn’t end up being eaten when we were hunter-gathers, the same fear mechanism still exists hardwired in our brain and activates every time we come across a situation where failure is a possible outcome. This hardwired fear response tells us that taking risks is bad - don’t wait around to see if that rustle is a predator - just run!

Each time we avoid change, each time we step away from a challenge, we end up strengthening the default hardwired neural pathways - this is how we end up with a stubborn personality and stuck in a rut - you are not going to get to where you want without taking risks.

Challenge is a symbol and a reminder of why we are wired this way and that we have the ability to re-wire ourselves to take risks, embrace change and never fear failure. A “failure” is just another term for a step to success - without failure, there is no success.
Challenges not only involve change but also a risk of failure - a double whammy enough to keep most humans in their comfort zone. Challenges not only involve change but also a risk of failure - a double whammy enough to keep most humans in their comfort zone.

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