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“A vending machine is a machine which dispenses items such as snacks, beverages, alcohol, cigarettes, lottery tickets, cologne, consumer products and even gold and gems to customers automatically, after the customer inserts currency or credit into the machine”-say the Wikipedia. The first modern machines appeared around the 19th century, and now it is spread around the world. Now we collected the most unusual machines in the globe.
The gold to go machines
The Gold to go machine is manufactured and operated by German company, Ex Oriente Lux. They've already taken their gold-vending ATMs across the world, with machines in Europe, North America, and the Emirates. The idea is simple: one of the biggest investments of the world is the gold, so give people quick and easy access to it.
Caviar vending machines
Kelly Stern and Brian Scheiner, husband-and-wife caviar connoisseurs, have developed a caviar vending machine. It was first unveiled 23 Nov. 2012 at Westfield Topanga, Burbank Town Center and Westfield Century City shopping centers in California. Their idea was to make caviar affordable for everybody. Now you can see machines in Russia as well.
Pizza to go
Get ready for Let's Pizza, a pizza vending machine that promises to deliver hot pizza pie made from scratch in less than three minutes. An Italian entrepreneur Claudio Torghel invented it, and the machine will be distributed based on his concept, starting with the Netherlands. The company is expected to set up its U.S. headquarters in Atlanta, after a huge success in Europe and in Italy.
French fries to go
One of the most exceptional vending machines is the French fries making one. The FoodCube French fries are fried only when an order is placed. After 90 seconds of deep frying, they're crispy and salted and ready to eat. Now they are getting more popular around the world.
Don’t think that these are the only weird ones, there are lots more, for example this balloon vending machine. And we never know when the machines substitute humans forever.