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The armchair that refills your beer

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Stop whatever you're doing. Unless you're driving or mid-surgery.

A couple of years ago, we excitedly reported on the machine that could fill a cup of beer from the bottom. While we've impatiently waited for someone to buy us one, we now have news of something even more exciting.

BottomsUP, The same company who developed the groundbreaking technology has now created an armchair that allows you to do the same damn thing. While sitting.

Sadly this chair won't be available to us civilians but they are releasing their home unit (the standard machine) very soon. It's estimated to cost around $1149.99 (£762.06), which is a totally reasonable price for what we believe to be the world's greatest invention.

You can see how the chair works in the video below:

(Image: YouTube)

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