One of this year’s biggest boxing matches takes place on tomorrow. Ahead of the Tyson Fury v Francis Ngannou showdown, we provided four vending machines for the electrifying official promo video, which set fans’ pulses racing. Labelled #BattleOfTheBaddest, the...
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The Pot Shop appeared on Mansfield Road in Nottingham at the beginning of the month, joining other vending machines serving customers 24/7 in a refurbished shopfront in the city centre run by City Vend.
Shop 24 is an exciting new vending concept, allowing a wide range of goods to be sold in a huge variety of locations, 24 hours a day, every single day, through a hybrid vending machine/convenience shop.
After what we can only assume was a long drinking session, the landlord of The Fox pub in Hackney decided to install a beer vending machine.
Vending machines have been topping the news articles this year with the launch of the first pot dispensing vending machine in Colorado, USA. But machines have made their mark in the newspapers closer to home here in the UK as well. Last month the BBC ran a story about a corner shop with a difference in a little village in Derbyshire.
Say “Hello” to the Luce X2 Touch TV vending machine. Or, more accurately, let the Luce X2 say “Hello” to you. Developed by Rhea Vendors and supplied by Smart Vend Solutions, the Luce X2 is the world’s first machine to introduce facial recognition technology.
In 1883, after our friend Simeon Denham had patented the first fully-automatic stamp machine, a fellow innovator named Percival Everitt decided to one up his compatriot by creating the first modern coin-operated vending machine. For a shilling or two, the machine would dispense postcards, notepaper and envelopes.
Believe it or not, the earliest reference to a vending machine was in the First Century AD. Yes, you read that correct. Vending machines have such a lengthy history that their origin begins even before the peak of the Roman Empire.
It didn’t take long for the vending industry to capitalise on the legalisation of marijuana. Colorado, the first US state to officially decriminalise the drug, has just seen the introduction of an over-the-counter pot-dispensing vending machine.