The first obstacle was that my older Phicen body is not holding up very well. I was never able to get the pencil stains off her leg, and her soft body has continued to separate along the side seams. Another hurdle is that the newer Phicen bodies do not come with heads...and Phicen doesn't sell heads separately. In theory, I was happy to purchase a head from a different company, but it's not so easy to tell which heads will go with which bodies, and the Phicen pale bodies seem particularly difficult to match.
My mission for this review was to order a new stainless steel pale body and then find it a head. Sounds simple, right? However, I'm not very good at keeping track of all the different types of Phicen body (or all of the different brands of heads, for that matter). My inexperience led to a few blunders that took me off on some unexpected tangents. By the time I figured out what was going on, I had way too many photographs for one post. I decided to split my discoveries into several short parts: Part 1 will be my quest for a decent head for an S01A body. Part 2 will feature a Phicen male body (and the selection of his head), and then Part 3 will look at two of Phicen's 6th generation female bodies...and a few more heads. It's going to be a full-blown Phicen overload.
|Phicen S01A body with middle-sized breast...and no head ($74.99).|