OK, what would you like out of a vending machine? How about more vending machines!
So I paid my money, and got my machine:
Erm. Um. So my first go at the machine got me the bonus drink set:
So then I had plenty of things to vend! There were 2 trays like the above in the box, so plenty of cans.
Here’s a couple of close-ups:
This above shot shows the issue with these cans – the glue doesn’t stick overly well to the plastic, so they do become unwrapped a bit easily. Though the design is simple, but nice.
So that left me needing to give the gachapon a second go:
Yay! I got me a vending machine! The design is nice and detailed, and looks very much like the vending machines you find all over Japan.
So let’s load ‘er up and give it a go:
Yay! Cans! It works decently well, but will often vend multiples with one press. Occasionally cans can get stuck, due to the aforementioned sticker issue.
Now for a tour of the machine. Sides:
Hair is, uh, optional extra. Here we can see the slots that guide the door on the front of the machine, and the bars that guide the can release mechanism. These parts move smoothly in their slots.
Apparently I didn’t take a pic of the back, but it features a small slot-in door at the top (think mini battery compartment), where the cans can be inserted.
Whee, this thing is fun:
The machine itself came with the one Power Horse Can, shown in the bottom-right of the above photo.
Close-up of the Power Horse can:
Print is a bit blurry, but it is a very small item. Does the job.
I’m glad I got the cans first – it’s much more fun to play with when you have more than one can. I also love the fact it’s a working machine. Happy I went for this gacha :).