Snow-Eating Robot Craps Ice Blocks

Submitted by: fancylad 9 years ago in Science

The ice bricks can be stacked and stored until they melt or used as an alternative source of refrigeration.
There are 54 comments:
Male 52
I expected the robot to be much more bad ass looking. Like a Transformer =D
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Male 25
lol Legacy you better not be serious.
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Male 10,440
^ yep this invention blows. Not only is it slower than everything else, its also more expensive and more likely to get in the way.
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Male 35
wow.. another excuse for people to do less than they should - all hail the fattys.. and btw, those iceblocks looked mindblowingly crummy!
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Male 349
i <3 the Japanese
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Male 1,152
you know a snowblower would cost alot less and be just as effective
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Male 2,344
damn robots. i cant beleive this. i wouldnt buy this crap. who the hell wants a yellow robot with painted on eyes and that poos bricks onto your driveway
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Female 427
It looks sorta like a Pokemon.
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Female 831
lolol yukitaro that`s amazing.
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Female 38
omg can you say snow fort? lol
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Male 2,720
Send a bunch of `em to Antarctica and just let em run for 20 years, and tidy that pooty frozen continent up for once and for all.
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Male 55
bahhh eight grand! u can get some good snow blowers for under a grand!
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Female 1,492
alright guys...just use this little machine to get started on your igloos.
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Female 943
although, not without entertainment value.
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Female 943
$8000?
thats whack.
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Female 2,064
Grr. Multiple people beat me to my comment. -.-
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Female 2,064
USE THE BRICKS FOR IGLOOS! 8D
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Male 33
is it just me, or is japan just making the inevitable "robot replacing all of our jobs" conspiracy just happen more quickly. also, living in hawaii, ive never had to shovel an inch of snow in my life, whats it like
p.s. im hungry
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Male 10
well, i bet we would be seeing some yellow bricks
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Male 93
Snow bricks. Brilliant. Now all we need is some AIR BRICKS.
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Female 1,395
the PERFECT present for the igloo inhabiting person in your life =) i`ll take 3!
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Male 59
That would be perfect for where I live. We`re buried up to our taints in snow right now.
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Male 431
nice but quit bein lazy
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Male 1,425
Amazing, $8,000!? F dat price tag.
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Female 1,572
sweet
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Female 192
not much good in Texas there is NO snow...ever.. anyway, I`ve never had to shovel snow....whats it like?
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Male 194
I don`t see a promising future for the robot unless it works 3 times faster then in the video it wouldn`t be worth it
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Male 305
blargendarg
yeah.. well worth it. eight grand for a robot that shovels the driveway? thanks, but my back is still good and i need the exercise.

My thoughts exactly!

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Male 128
8000$ for an ice crapping robot? lolz i will stick with my shovel
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Female 239
Imagine the hyper awesome snow fortress you could build with the ice/snow bricks...For that alone I`d spend 2000 dollars!!!
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Female 2,220
Tyrizzle
"SNOW BRICK!"

Hahahahahahaha. So true. So hilariously funny.

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Male 199
Notice that this is made in Japan. When they sell it in Japan, yes it is 8,000 dollars but guess what a 110,000 house in USA is 600,000 dollars in Japan. Beef is more expensive,too. I`m sure in the USA this won`t be as expensive.
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Female 1,134
@red5thefinn.....first off im not gonna say im rich and i have a huge ass house, but what about the homes that have massive huge ass driveways that you can park like 20 cars in it takes a good amout of time,
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Male 1,556
First of all if you have a good shovel it only takes liek ten minutes to do it. And a couple of months ago i had a massive chill here in Alberta. It got to temperatures of -54 (-65) for the Americans so we dont need this.
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Male 10,440
It should have a laser beam to melt the snow. And quickly too.
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Male 4,680
...and suddenly igloo-making became a whole lot easier.
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Female 156
Those ice blocks don`t look very clean. I`m not using them for my ice cubes until I either manually distill them or buy some from the shop and melt all that. (If I ever get one :-P)
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Male 1,853
what do you have against doritos, Loofahboy?
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Female 223
Why does every Japanese machine have to have a face on it?
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Male 276
well i think its good i live south where it DOSEN`T SNOW
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Male 550
Did she misread the figure? I sure hope so.
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Male 490
A little excercise is good for ya, stop being lazy and go shovel snow!
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Male 2,113
$8000..............to clean up snow........................oooooooooooooooook
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Male 31
It can make snow bricks with snow.. but can it make.. other bricks with.. other.. things.. such as.. oh the inevitable.. dog poop? then it would literally.. well you know the term.
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Male 822
lmao^^^

i want one for my fat-dorito-ass

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Male 3,301
Eight thousand!!? Heres a shovel, get your fat-dorito-ass out there and SHOVEL.

Still, I suppose this would be good for the elderly. But still, if they`ve got THAT much money, might as well just give the neighbor kid five bucks to do it for you.

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Female 469
^^ As opposed to normal, everyday water from the hose?
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Male 1,217
Those bricks would make some wicked water to use in water balloons in the summer.
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Male 376
yeah.. well worth it. eight grand for a robot that shovels the driveway? thanks, but my back is still good and i need the exercise.
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Female 296
hehe it Sh(i)t Bricks.
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Male 908
Those are probably great for throwing at people

hahaha
SNOW BRICK!

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Male 270
imagine if it was a fire robot
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Male 216
i had no idea it snowed in japan. at least the inconvenient places like non snow ski resort places.
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Male 20,169
Link: Snow-Eating Robot Craps Ice Blocks [Rate Link] - The ice bricks can be stacked and stored until they melt or used as an alternative source of refrigeration.
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