‘VIP Fridge Magnet’ Could Be the Best Invention EVER [VIDEO]
Since the dawn of time, we humans have looked for ways to make every aspect of our lives easier. Fire gave us the ability to cook food and stop dying from salmonella and e-coli. It provided us warmth so we’d quit literally freezing to death. The wheel made mobility quicker and put an end to rampant death by charlie horse (???). Ironically, advancements in wheel technology over the years have contributed to countless deaths, but that’s another topic for another time. Now there’s a new invention that could put all others to shame. I present to you…the VIP Fridge Magnet.
What makes this magnet so special? It’s ability to order and deliver a pizza with the push of a button. Seriously. This ingenious product is the brainchild of Dubai based pizza chain, Red Tomato Pizza and allows users to kill their hunger by simply pushing a button on the fridge. Shaped like a Red Tomato Pizza box complete with lid, users simply setup an account with Red Tomato online and specify their favorite pie. The magnet connects to their smartphone via Bluetooth and literally orders that pizza each time the button is pushed.
After the order is delivered to Red Tomato, the customer is sent a text message confirming their order. The order can be cancelled by replying to the text if the order was made by mistake (i.e. the kids pushed the button 10 times). Assuming the order was made intentionally, the pizza shows up at the customers door sometime shortly thereafter.
They even put together an entertaining video showing the magnet in action, complete with dramatic music and sound effects.
I think this is a brilliant idea. I’ve ordered pizza online on a few different occasions and it’s worked out great. The only drawback I see is having the ability to only order one type of pizza. Being the type of person who likes to change things up every once in awhile, I may get tired of getting the same thing. I assume that could be fixed by changing your preference online, but if you’re going to do that, then you might as well just call the darn thing in.