Hunky Henry is tall, dark and handsome with a six-pack and sense of humour that could win over any lady.
He likes to welcome you home after a hard day at work, he will chat to you for hours about your favourite movie or TV show, and he’s got an incredible way with words and is able to seduce you by using words from your favourite song or poem.
Unfortunately, Henry is a sex robot made of silicone, unable to do any sort of DIY or housework, and costs up to €13,000.
However, while he’s called a sex robot, makers Realbotix claim he’s more for ‘companionship’.
Robot maker Matt McMullen, 48, explained: ‘Women have the same issues of loneliness as men. People call them sex dolls but mostly it’s about companionship.
‘In this world of computers, people are missing out on human interaction.’
A new video unveiled by Realbotix showcases Henry’s sense of humour.
In a robotic voice, he asks ‘What does a cloud with an itchy rash do?’ before revealing the punch line ‘Find the nearest skyscraper’.
Every part of Henry can be built to order and McMullen revealed this male sex robot will be capable of ‘superhuman sexual performance’ — all you have to do is ‘plug the robot in’ so it can go ‘as long as you want’.
Realbotix, the company of which McMullen is CEO of, is also behind the controversial Harmony, a female robot that has dozens of interchangeable parts, allowing owners to change her in whatever way they wish, from her hair and eye colours to the shape of her bottom.