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Futuristic: Smartech in Selfridges

Futuristic: Smartech in Selfridges

It’s London’s newest destination for innovation and lifestyle technology.

Located on the lower ground floor of Selfridges, Smartech is London’s newest destination for innovation, which launched this week.

Since its inception in 2016 Smartech has been disrupting traditional retail through exclusive partnerships with the world’s best department stores, curating the finest selection of the latest lifestyle tech.

Smartech prides itself on being the interface between innovation and technology. The company aims to craft immersive retail environments where people can experience, play and discover the latest innovations that the world has to offer.

Nov 4th 2019
Angela Tabor
Culture
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Smartech has a passion for bringing its customers the unbelievable, bringing to life what the world is creating. The company gives people the opportunity to discover and try the latest cutting-edge innovations. Smartech offers unforgettable experiences that will amaze and amuse, and bridges the gap between technology and lifestyle.

The new Smartech store in Selfridges features many exciting innovations such as Candy Mechanics. This is a 3D printer that transforms your image into a chocolate lollipop. Each piece is crafted from a 3D scan, creating your very own personalised gift.

Another impressive feature is the Makr Shakr, the world’s first robotic bartender which allows you to experience the taste of innovation whilst watching the hydraulics.

To find out about the newest trends in technology head to this exciting destination for innovation in Selfridges on Oxford Street. Click here for more information and to start shopping.

www.selfridges.com

 

Images courtesy of Smartech
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