KFC India Will Now Serve Chicken Wings In A DIY Drone Box

The drone is named as KFO- Kentucky Flying Object and also comes with some guidelines.

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If you have ever drooled over the delicacies served by KFC, then this news is just for you. In a classic example of 'food meets technology' KFC 

Source: androidcentral

KFC India’s new marketing stunt offers you a chicken wing box that transforms into a drone. Fascinating as it sounds, the box-cum-drone kit is just a limited edition that will be made available to only 24 customers.

Source: hindustantimes

Playing with the words, KFC and UFO- the ‘Kentucky Flying Object’ or ‘KFO’ consists a set of essential components that are required to assemble a drone. With proper instructions coming along the kit, this DIY will surely turn out as a fun task to play with. 

When it comes to rolling out such gizmo gadgets with the food, KFC has always been on the forefront. In the year of 2012, the company came up with takeout box that had a portable battery which enabled you to charge the phone.

To make the process of assembling parts easy, KFC has also got a tutorial for you:

Here are the places where you can get to try out your luck:

Delhi: KFC Connaught Place

Mumbai: Kenilworth Mall

Kolkata: Park Street

Pune: Amanora Town Centre

Hyderabad: KFC Gachibowli

Chennai: KFC Arcot Road

Gurgaon: Ambience Mall

Chandigarh: Elante Mall

Kochi: Lulu International Shopping Mall

Bangalore: Hypercity Brookfield, Signature Mall, Central Mall

Information source: designtaxi, mashable

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Shruti Mendulkar (WRITER)

I am a girl full of beans. What drives me crazy is food, not just savoring it but also preparing it. I am a writer, food blogger, designer and potter header…oops, went too much with the flow!