How often have you left the house and realised that you've dressed completely inappropriately for the weather? Or arrived at a new destination on holiday and been over optimistic about how warm it is? Now Uniqlo has the perfect solution: a vending machine stocked with everything you might need.
Launching in 10 locations across America, the new Uniqlo To Go machines will stock mens and womens long-sleeved Heattech T-shirts and lightweight jackets in a variety of sizes and colours, for those occasions when you really wish you'd checked the weather before leaving the house.
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Popping up at airports and shopping malls with heavy footfall, they're hoping to catch customers in a rush to buy something conveniently without wanting to wait in line at a store. The first machine opened today at Oakland Airport in California.
'At the airport, you don't have a lot of time to wait in line and explore a store,' Uniqlo's U.S. marketing chief Marisol Tamaro told The Wall Street Journal.
It comes after Zara launched in-store self-service checkout machines last year in an attempt to offer customers a more streamlined experience.