Sex robot firm selling ‘anti-bacterial’ dolls for coronavirus self-isolation

A top sex robot firm has moved to assure customers its dolls are anti-bacterial as people lock themselves inside over the coronavirus crisis.

US giant RealDoll, also known as Abyss, shared a snap of one of its robots sitting on a bed.

The company reached out over the coronavirus crisis, which has led people around the world to stay indoors and avoid social contact.

With scores of people facing agonising sexless spells, RealDoll told existing or potential customers that there is hope.

The message on Instagram read: "Self isolating doesn’t have to be the worst.

"All RealDolls are made from Platinum Grade Silicone and are naturally antibacterial and nonporous."

It follows a landmark period for RealDoll, who is unleashing a range of futuristic models onto the market.

Earlier this year it released a video of its new AI-driven dolls that convey "human expression".

Three dolls talk to the camera, explaining AI functions and then replicating the expressions.

They tell the camera: "We are AI-driven robotic dolls and we are here to become your perfect companion.

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"Our time together will be magical, you have never met anyone like us before, we have unprecedented features like a modular head system that allows us to create a multitude of expressions.

"We blink, we move, we speak, and we do it all just for you. Our faces can easily be swapped to accommodate your desires.

"My lip sync mechanisms allow me to interact verbally. Our bodies are skillfully and carefully crafted down to the most delicate details.

"What if I told you I could feel you? With sensory upgrades I will be able to react to every your every touch.

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"We are here to create an experience beyond your wildest dreams. One that has never before been possible."

Meanwhile rival company, Silicone Lovers, has started to supply models with implanted human hair.

Founder, Louie Love, told Daily Star Online they are do realistic some customers are mistaking them for humans.

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