This Company Designed Dolls That Have Scars And Use Hearing Aids

The toys were inspired by the #ToyLikeMe campaign, which hopes to bring diversity into the toy box.

 

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The company, which launched in 2012, told BuzzFeed they’re also working on a doll that uses a wheelchair, a k-frame walker, and a longer cane, and are going to do a trial run on creating made-to-order birthmarks.

The toys, which are reportedly the first 3D-printed dolls in the world, retail for £69, or roughly $108.

 

 


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This Company Designed Dolls That Have Scars And Use Hearing Aids

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