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Photo via YouTube/KFC Memories Bucket
Photo via YouTube/KFC Memories Bucket

Headed up north soon? Perhaps you might snag a KFC chicken bucket that also happens to be a Bluetooth photo printer.

According to the Verge, the promotional item is called the “Memories Bucket,” and this handy little gadget is celebrating 60 years of finger-licking-good action in Canada. The bucket connects wirelessly to your smartphone and voila! You can make your digital memories into photos.

The special bucket is a limited release, per KFC Canada’s Facebook page. The feed is filled with asks for “Where do I get one?” KFC says to stay tuned and keep on checking the page to find out.

This trend of making tech gear to accompany fast food seems to be on the upswing. Earlier this year, we wrote about KFC’s tray typer, a promotional gimmick in Germany that allowed patrons to wirelessly connect to their phones and type with their greasy fingers. Pizza Hut also launched a box that can transform into a movie projector in Hong Kong.

Watch KFC Canada’s video below:

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