Name  Techrat
Stock # (US) #14063
Package contents listing Content: 12 inch (30.5 cm) Articulated fashion doll, outfit, accessories, shoes and doll stand.
  • Licensed by Hasbro and produced by Integrity Toys. 
  • Was announced November 21, 2014 to W Club members via email as the fourth 2014 W Club Exclusive, which means he was available only to W Club members at retail price. 
  •  Scheduled for release in spring, 2015, then finally late August, 2015 they shipped. 
  • The edition size is the number of dolls ordered by W Club members.
  • The photos of the prototype showed Techrat's hairline to be bisecting his head evenly; thankfully the produced doll's hairline is in line with his eyebrow arch instead!

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12 inch (30.5 cm) Articulated fashion doll: Very pale skintone, collar length black hair with long bangs, head completely bald on left third of his skull, steel grey/blue eyes, with grey/blue eyeliner, dark brown eyebrows, pale pink lips.
  • Shares the Color Infusion Style Lab Declan Wake face mold, marked 2011 IT on the back of the neck.
Quickswitch Head #2; Came in an acetate container that was attached to the back of the liner (it fit into a hole cut into the accessories tray)

  • Same face mold & paint, no markings on back of neck. Hair is black, shoulder length and parted in the middle.
He has an articulated body that can hold many poses. He comes with two pairs of hands. (Back view with markings 2006 JWU BY IT.) Judging by the date, his body wasn't designed specifically for the Jem collection.
These are the ones he was packaged with.
The second pair are in different positions.
outfit Made up of pieces itemized below. 
Dress shirt; Mustard yellow with a sheen, slightly stiff texture, hidden closures in front (5 hook and eye fasteners), with decorative button closures at neck and cuffs. Tagged.
Sweater Vest; pale blue pullover style with ribbing details. Not tagged.
Dress pants; Black with front side and back pockets, crease down the front, belt loops, hook and eye closure with zipper fly. Inside is lined with a black satiny material, has a Jem tag, dated 2014.
Belt: Black shiny leatherette with a silver square buckle.
Trench coat; Satiny red with front pockets, three buttons (actually hook and eye closures), belt loops, lined with matching satiny red material (not as soft/smooth as the exterior). Tagged.
Trench coat belt/tie; same material as trench coat, no buckle.
accessories Made up of pieces itemized below. 
Computer monitor; plastic, light grey resin with hand painted black screen; has two holes in the underside to connect it to the adjacent pins of the terminal/keyboard part.

  • Was hand cast in resin, and has a particularly handmade feel/finish to it. The doll comes with a small card explaining the process used to fabricate these computer parts.
Computer terminal/ keyboard/floppy drive, light grey resin with hand painted details; has two pins that connect to holes in the underside of the monitor to keep it in place.

  • Was hand cast in resin, and has a particularly handmade feel/finish to it. The doll comes with a small card explaining the process used to fabricate these computer parts.
Decal #1; for use on the computer monitor, peel and stick.

  • This image was used in the 'Gimme a Gimmick' music video.
  • I haven't had the guts to use the sticker, so I can't tell you how permanent it is or how well it sticks to the monitor!
Decal #2; for use on the computer monitor, peel and stick.
  • I don't recall this binary code screen being used in the Jem cartoon, though it may well have been.
Decal #3; for use on the computer monitor, peel and stick.
  • This image was inspired by a scene from The Music Awards Part 1. 
Decal #3; for use on the computer monitor, peel and stick.
Socks; black polyester short tube sock, not particularly stretchy. Have a sheen to them, slightly ribbed texture.
  • Same socks came with Sean Harrison.
Scarf/ascot; white thin linen textured with a fringe.

shoes: Sneakers; faux leather black "Chuck Taylor" style high stop sneakers with black laces, white soles.

doll stand Made up of pieces itemized below. 
Dated 2014, has the newer Integrity logo.

Stand pole: chromed plastic tube with an adjustable metal inner pole.

under arm doll holder, it is noticeably larger than the one for the female dolls.

Box, liner and inserts not noted in Integrity's box contents above. 
Shipper: A plain cardboard box with some printing on the bottom reading ITEM NO.: 14063/DESC.:TechratTM/Adult Collectable Fashion Figure/The JEM AND THE HOLOGRAMSTM Collection/2014 W Club Exclusive. The doll box was wrapped in tissue.
Box with sleeve: as it came out of the shipper & tissue wrap.
Box: Came in a thick cardboard diagonal edged box, sort of a satin finish (not shiny, not matte). It is black with a silver foil lines and the name of the doll inside printed on it. The record has embossed grooves on it! It is blue.
The back is comprised mostly of a black background and a repetition of the music notes/stars/confetti design in blue. It has the new Integrity Toys logo on the bottom left corner.

Sleeve: Glossy thin card stock, die cut edges on top. Pink and maroon.
  • Countess Danielle Du Voisin, Craig Phillips, Techrat & Lindsey Pierce have this same sleeve.
The box cover lifted off to reveal the doll inside - he is tied in with white ribbons. The knees are protected/held in place with clear vinyl. To the left of the doll is a thin cardboard "door" with the doll's name on it, which opens to reveal the accessories tray. The computer parts and extra head are mounted directly onto the cardboard backing (not really 'in' the tray in the same way as other Integrity dolls). Other parts are in plastic baggies in the tray. The stand base is behind calves in a separate compartment. Behind the inner tray that holds both the doll and "locker" part is where the COA and instructions can be found. 
The inside of the top cover is maroon with a hot pink Jem logo, music notes and confetti. The inner part of the back of the box is undecorated black. The doll display area is the same maroon with a circuit board pattern in hot pink decorating the "door".

Certificate of Authenticity (Generic, pink): postcard sized. No mention of edition size. So far these have been related to W-Club issues.
Quick-Switch instructions: Demonstrate how to put the stand together, hand removal and head removal.
  • Clash also comes with these instructions.
  • Twilight in Paris
Thank you card. Mentions that the computer is cast of resin and may have various flaws that add to it's uniqueness. Reverse Side

Other images of Techrat

Source Differences from produced doll (if any)
Hasbro PrototypeAs far as I know, there was no Techrat in prototype stage at Hasbro.
Integrity DollsThe Integrity Toys version of Techrat is based much on this fashion which was used in The Jem Jam Part 2, possibly other episodes. The most obvious difference is with the pants, shown on the cartoon to be shorter and blue as well as the light blue socks, and yellow/orange high tops. The cartoon version also has an orange belt over top of the sweater vest, and the jacket looks much less formal with large pockets and no belt tie. The shirt also has a slightly different closure at the neck, there's no fringe on the scarf. I would say Integrity's version is tidied up a bit, a little less 'Boy George.'
Illustrations: Cartoon