We're here at the printer booth at CES 2020.
And I'm about to get a temporary tattoo with a little handheld device called shrinker s. Let's try it out.
So let's see, I'm still scrolling through.
I don't know.
Do I want the hot dog?
I don't think so.
That's a little bit bold.
Little bit bold for me.
I think I might go back.
I don't know.
Which one should I get?
All right I think I'm going to go with, actually, I kind of like the feather.
Okay, so now he's spraying the skin with primer to get my skin ready.
Be sending data to pranker so that it knows which of the tattoos to actually give me and I've gone with the forearm and then you just wave it and it prints the tattoo right there and in seconds.
It's really fun.
I mean, now I have to talk to you guys.
And then they spray the front row at the end.
Hopefully it helps it last a little bit longer.
There we go, I have a tatoo.
So I have my beautiful tatoo now which took all of five seconds.
And the database itself on the app has thousands of different designs to choose from, or you can actually get your account and customize you own designs.
Again, they only last for a couple of days.
They use cosmetic grading and it's honestly really fun.
So I really love this.
Again, this device, the [UNKNOWN] is available on Amazon for $269.
The ink cost separate but honestly, I think it's worth it for a bit of fun.
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