Paying my compliments to the condiments, it’s Salt & Pepper Robots

salt and pepper robots Paying my compliments to the condiments, its Salt & Pepper Robots

Introducing retro wind-up Salt & Pepper ‘Bots! How awesome are they?

These little guys love chillin’ and hanging out. But they also enjoy long walks across kitchen tables, and the occasional shake down. Especially when it’s fish and chips night. One look at those cooked potatoes and some battered fish and they’re dancing the electronic boogie.

Salt and pepper robot shakers package design Paying my compliments to the condiments, its Salt & Pepper Robots

These wind-up robots come in some pretty sweet retro packaging with some funky illustrations all around the box. They’re about 3 inches in height and nicely balanced to walk straight for about 3 feet. Which is exactly one inch longer than the length of my arm. Coincidence?

robot salt and pepper comic Paying my compliments to the condiments, its Salt & Pepper Robots

Ah, robots. Their humor is spot on, but their jokes? A little rusty.

Do the Robot and buy the Salt & Pepper Wind-Up Robots here

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