Nike Vending Machine Accepts FuelBand as Form of Payment

Nike Vending Machine Accepts FuelBand as Form of Payment
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The Nike FuelBox lets users cash in their wearable wristband for sports gear like socks, shirts, and hats

Leah Gonzalez
  • 28 july 2014

Global sports brand Nike has created a special vending machine in New York City that only accepted Nike+ FuelBand for Nike products.

The vending machine, dubbed the Nike+ FuelBox, doesn’t accept cash as payment, and instead lets consumers plug in their Nike+ FuelBand USB to “purchase” Nike items like socks, shirts, and hats. The machines lets FuelBand users gain real “rewards” for engaging in physical activities with the Fuelband.

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