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Bunnings customers are treated to an epic ‘sauce bot’ machine that coats your sausage roll with tomato sauce or mustard: ‘It’s like living in 2050’

  • Bunnings customer sees robot machine that doses sauce on sausage sizzles
  • The ‘SauceBot’ is located outside the hardware store in Hawthorn, Melbourne
  • Machine has a red button for tomato sauce and a yellow button for mustard
  • Video shows machine drizzling tomato sauce in a zigzag followed by mustard

A Bunnings Warehouse customer has noticed a robotic machine that dispenses tomato sauce and mustard over sizzling sausages at one of the popular hardware stores.

Shades McCarthy posted a now viral video on TikTok showing the ‘SauceBot’ outside the hardware store in Hawthorn, Melbourne.

In the short clip, he is encouraged by the staffer to press the red button to cover the snag with tomato sauce, followed by a yellow button for mustard.

“Bunnings is choking to live in 2050,” he wrote online.

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Shades McCarthy posted a now viral video on TikTok showing off the unique machine

A video has surfaced showing a Bunnings Warehouse ‘SauceBot’ outside the hardware store in Hawthorn, Melbourne. Shades McCarthy posted a now viral video on TikTok showing off the unique machine

Rather than manually spraying the spice from a bottle, the machine sprinkles tomato sauce in a zigzag followed by mustard over the sausage, which sits in the center of a slice of white bread with caramelized onion.

Customers can choose which spice they want by pressing the red or yellow button.

The machine is easy to use, just place the sausage sizzle with a napkin in the holder and watch it work its magic.

In less than 24 hours, the video went viral and was viewed a whopping 673,000 times.

‘The future is now,’ wrote one person, another added: ‘If the tech department takes over the sausage sizzle.’

While many were amazed, some couldn’t believe that barbecue sauce wasn’t an option.

“They chose mustard instead of barbecue to load into the machine? What?!’ said one person.

“What about barbecue sauce?” asked another.

It's an iconic Australian weekend activity to head to Bunnings and grab a snag while shopping

It’s an iconic Australian weekend activity to head to Bunnings and grab a snag while shopping

Created by a group of Melbourne ‘hackers’ called Connected Community Hackerspace, the SauceBot first appeared outside the Bunnings store in Hawthorn in 2019 – and has attracted huge crowds every weekend since.

Customers couldn’t believe their eyes when they saw the machine two years ago that would revolutionize traditional Bunnings sizzles.

“What kind of magic is this?” wrote one shopper at the time.

Customers can choose which spice they want by pressing the red or yellow button

The machine is easy to use, just place the sausage sizzle with a napkin in the holder and watch it work its magic

Customers can choose which spice they want by pressing the red or yellow button. The machine is easy to use, just place the sausage sizzle with a napkin in the holder and watch it work its magic

Created by a group of Melbourne 'hackers' called Connected Community Hackerspace, the SauceBot first appeared outside the Bunnings store in Hawthorn in 2019 - and has attracted huge crowds every weekend since.

Customers couldn't believe their eyes when they first saw the machine two years ago that could revolutionize traditional Bunnings sizzles

Created by a group of Melbourne ‘hackers’ called Connected Community Hackerspace, the SauceBot first appeared outside the Bunnings store in Hawthorn in 2019 – and has attracted huge crowds every weekend since.

Photos and videos on social media show dozens of shoppers gathering around the booth to watch the machine dispense spices.

Last year, the retail giant slowly brought back its iconic sausage sizzles after the fundraiser was canceled in NSW and Victoria due to coronavirus restrictions.

It’s an iconic Australian weekend activity to head to Bunnings and grab a snag while shopping.

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