KFC's $10,000 Escape Pod aims to protect you from the internet

In the past, we have seen KFC offer some outrageous products for those that love the brand, but its most recent offering is probably going to take the cake when it comes to ridiculousness. If you feast your eyes above, that is KFC's Internet Escape Pod. Yes, it's very real and it costs $10,000.

According to the firm's website, Cyber Monday is fast approaching, which means that there will be tons of distractions in the form of deals from a multitude of companies. The Internet Escape Pod, constructed from steel, a stainless steel mesh cage, and high-density architectural foam, is meant to protect users from those upcoming distractions. It even features a faux fried chicken drumstick as a door handle of sorts. As you can tell, this is a high-quality barrier and while KFC was going to charge $96,485.34, they chose to discount it instead (in the spirit of Cyber Monday no less), by offering it up for $10,000.

If this is the sort of thing that you need in your life, you can head to the source link down below to make your purchase. The product is limited, so don't delay and let "Colonel Sanders' protective embrace take you back to a simpler time" when gadgets had far less of an impact on our lives.

Source: KFC via TechEBlog

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