The coolest ideas involve robots, beer, or dinosaurs.
Thankfully, the good folks at Asahi have combined two of these themes and made the Asahi Beer Robot. This lovable cousin of R2D2 stores and refrigerates six cans, has a programmable voice, a cleaning mode, and will go as far as opening your cans of Asahi and pouring them straight into the custom glassware.
While the robot may take a good minute or two to accomplish what human hands can manage in a matter of 15-30 seconds, we can’t overstate how neat this is.
These guys are very difficult to find, but let us know if you manage to track one down. Our laziness knows no bounds, and there are some days when pulling the tab yourself is just too much.
See the robot in action below!
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