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 Post subject: standing foot option.
PostPosted: Thu Feb 18, 2016 7:02 pm 
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I wanted find out with the standing foot option, is it just the 3 bolts at the foot or is it a steel plate.

Can the foot arch bend to put on heels (not to stand in) or just flatware type of shoes and boots ect..

Thanks..


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 Post subject: Re: standing foot option.
PostPosted: Sun Feb 21, 2016 9:48 am 
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Forwarded to the factory. You will get an answer soon!



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 Post subject: Re: standing foot option.
PostPosted: Sun Feb 21, 2016 12:02 pm 
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I would also be interested in knowing that. And could they stand in some limited amount with some short heals say in the 1 to 2 inch range.



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 Post subject: Re: standing foot option.
PostPosted: Sun Feb 21, 2016 1:24 pm 
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I have the standing foot option on my 100cm doll. The arch does not bend. The foot bends at the ankle. It feels like there's a solid metal plate that goes the length of the foot, and there are three screws that come out the bottom of each foot.


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 Post subject: Re: standing foot option.
PostPosted: Sun Feb 21, 2016 1:37 pm 
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I also sent the WM Dolls Affiliate a PM and here is the response to the standing foot and asked about photos,
of the new WM 140 with smaller size breasts that was standing in heels and how safe it was.

This was the reply..



Hi,

There is no difference except the three bolts and a bit more robust construction of the foot plate. The foot can bend just as much as the normal version and wear heels.

The dolls with the standing option can stand in shoes, even heels, unsupported, for short amount of time. You will need to balance the doll and be sure the foot and doll rests on the bolts beneath her feet and not on the soft TPE of the toes. We do recommend that the doll is supported by an arm or something to minimise the chance of falling over but she will stand unsupported when well balanced.

Remember, when the doll gets older she will become looser in the joints and you need to be more careful when standing her up.

The dolls without the standing option should not stand at all, never. We see customers standing these dolls up in heels and this will damage the doll severely.

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 Post subject: Re: standing foot option.
PostPosted: Sun Feb 21, 2016 3:07 pm 
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You'll find a lot of insight about the standing option on http://coverdoll.com/drupal/node/2220 - click on the photos to access the gallery.

The standing option gives three studs that project through her foot. Actually in shoes one might glue a coin under the heel stud - it can dig into the softer part of the shoe and compress the TPE around the stud.

Having the standing option makes dressing so much easier. I've also seen photos of dolls sexily bending over a bed . . . and the standing option enables her to play those games without damage to feet.

Dolls aren't made with the ingenuity with which "Creation", whatever that be, refined all parts of our anatomy to serve such multiple and strenuous purposes.

So all dolls are abstractions of the human form and can't quite do everything that the living body is enabled to do. They have to have compromises and on balance I think the standing option is a good one.

I wish other manufacturers would put ability to stand on their feature list as a priority.

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 Post subject: Re: standing foot option.
PostPosted: Sun Feb 21, 2016 3:59 pm 
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April has the standing foot option, the foot does not bend in the arch, I thought the regular foot did. I have found that cutting out and placing a piece of lexan or craft plywood of not more than 1/8" works wonders in shoes with soft inner soles such as sport shoes. I one has very high heals it is almost not possible to put the weight on the bolts. I would assume that the steel plate inside the foot would cut through the tpe soles of the feet.



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 Post subject: Re: standing foot option.
PostPosted: Fri Oct 13, 2017 12:00 am 
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Wicked-Truth wrote:
I wanted find out with the standing foot option, is it just the 3 bolts at the foot or is it a steel plate.

Can the foot arch bend to put on heels (not to stand in) or just flatware type of shoes and boots ect..

Thanks..


I want to get that option so I can keep her standing up instead off storing her in the box, also to have sex standing up, I think the standing foot option allows for more sex positions as well.


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 Post subject: Re: standing foot option.
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Wicked-Truth wrote:
I wanted find out with the standing foot option, is it just the 3 bolts at the foot or is it a steel plate.

Can the foot arch bend to put on heels (not to stand in) or just flatware type of shoes and boots ect..

Thanks..


It's three bolts - which can be unscrewed for bed. Not everyone realises that.

The other day I did some photos of a 150ish size doll standing in heels - OK if the heels are wide enough
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but I wouldn't risk it with normal high heels.

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 Post subject: Re: standing foot option.
PostPosted: Sun Oct 15, 2017 6:03 am 
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haremlover wrote:
It's three bolts - which can be unscrewed for bed. Not everyone realises that.

LOL
That's what i am thinking, whenever someone is complaining because of that bolts. Unscrew them, if you don't like it. You can plug in some TPE pieces and in worst case welding it softly.
The other way is just impossible!
If you decide against standing option, there is no way to fix that easily.

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