From a deep red velvet cake to a double chocolate fudge cake, there is something incredibly cathartic about picking a cake from line up. We all love a good cake — and it’s easy to see why.
So why not put cakes in a vending machine? It’s apparently become quite a trend, with many bakeries displaying their baked cakes through vending machines.
Until now, these two-wheeled, self-balancing transporters have been the domain of mail carriers, European policemen, and tourists being guided through a city.
That, however, is about to change, now that you can buy a Segway from this automated dispenser. Gogreen, a distributor of Segways launched this vending machine in Singapore.
Tiffany & Co
Ever hoped you'd get a wrapped little box containing Tiffany & Co? How about finding a Tiffany & Co jewelry box in a vending machine? Well, now you can as they've unveiled one of the world's most decadent vending machines in their London store.
So instead of buying a carbonated soda or a Clif bar, you can pick up a Tiffany & Co product.
This walk-in dispensary of expensive watches is void of sales assistants, so no more pressure from store employees when you're looking at that pricey watch you've always wanted.
Once your initial decision has been made to outfit your wrist, you won't need help from anyone.
Jean Paul Gaultier Dresses
It seems we've reached that point in time when an ordinary vending machine simply won't do. So if you're in a strange frame of mind, you too might want to buy a dress designed by Jean Paul Gaultier.
JPG has been described as an "enfant terrible" (terrible? That bad?) of the fashion industry and is well-known for his controversial designs.