Uniqlo is launching an apparel vending machine for travellers

Forgot to pack something? Uniqlo has your back.

  • · Posted 4 months Ago
  •  BY Jack Lowe

Japanese retailer Uniqlo has announced that it's launching clothing vending machines to help kit out travellers in US airports and shopping centres.

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Named "Uniqlo To Go", the machines will currently only contain two items from the brand - the thermal heat-tech t-shirt ($14.90), and the lightweight down jacket ($69.90) - both of which can be condensed down and easily stored inside the small machine. They're also both items often needed by travellers in a rush. Customers will be able to use a touchscreen to choose which item they want before choosing the colour and size they need. The item is then dispensed in a small box or can.

Uniqlo plans to have the machines at 10 different airports and shopping centres, the first of which will be installed at Oakland International Airport.

Photo: Uniqlo

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