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Party in a box.
There’s no denying that the Keurig revolutionized single-serving coffee, but can the same principle be applied to a deliciously intoxicating Jell-O shot as well? Jevo thinks it can, and it wants to bring its crazy automated shot maker to a bar near you.
The Jevo machine is really just a big black box, but inside its curiously nondescript walls is where the magic happens. Using a proprietary gelatin mix that comes in a proprietary pod—just like Keurig—the gadget can spit out as many as 20 ready-to-serve the gelatin shots in as few as 10 minutes.
Jevo is also Wi-Fi enabled, self-cleaning, and works via touchscreen, which makes it one of the smartest gadgets that will ever get you drunk. Unfortunately, Jevo’s entire pitch seems to be directed solely at bar and restaurant owners who can use on-demand Jell-O shots as a way to bring in some extra cash, instead of homeowners who simply love to host parties.
Pre-orders for the Jevo are currently open, though there’s no specific pricing and the most you can do at this point is get an invite to be part of the gadget’s launch. Looks like we’ll have to wait a little bit longer to get drunk at the push of a button.
Photo via Jevo
Mike Wehner is a former tech editor for the Daily Dot who now writes for BGR. His work has appeared everywhere from Yahoo to CNN, and there’s a good chance his Apple Watch is dead right now.