BOS Twitter-activated vending machine


The BevMax 4-45, affectionately known as Bev, is more robot than vending machine and was first introduced to the public at the 2012 Design Indaba.

She was initially triggered using tokens and was rigged with speakers and cameras to show her inner workings and interact with delegates at the conference. She has since been tweaked to respond to tweets, delivering a BOS Ice Tea whenever her hashtag is used in a tweet. The idea was conceptualised by BOS’ digital agency Cow Africa, who worked closely with designers Marc Nicholson and Lyall Sprong from Thingking to bring Bev to life and UK-based social media agency, RAAK, to fully realise the Twitter integration.

Deliveries delayed due to COVID-19 Lockdown
During this period of lockdown, we ask for your patience and support as we do our part for the initiative to stem the spread of the COVID-19 virus.
Please note, you can still place your order, but we will only commence delivering from 20 April 2020.

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