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One of Amazon’s cleverest products is now available to purchase

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Have you ever noticed that you were running low on coffee or toilet paper and wished you could refresh your stock right then and there? If the answer is yes then you’ll be pleased to hear that the Amazon Dash buttons that were announced not that long ago are up for sale. Basically, they’re these little buttons that you place next to whatever products in your house that you need to regularly restock. Whenever you notice your supply is getting low, just press the button and Amazon will automatically place the order for you, simple as that. 

The Amazon Dash button lets you place an order for a single, specific product. Stick the button anywhere you like and, when you run low, press the button, and an order is automatically shipped to you. When Amazon first announced the Dash Button on March 31st, many assumed it was an April Fool’s joke. That turned out not to be the case, as some lucky people got to try them out during a trial period. Now, a select number of Dash Buttons are available to all Amazon Prime customers for $4.99 each and you can select from brands like Glad, Gatorade, Clorox, Maxwell House, Tide, Gillette, and Bounty. Each button is tied to a single brand and you’ll use a smartphone to connect the button to a specific product within that brand. Amazon claims they are in limited supply right now, so if you’ve been wanting one, now’s probably the time to order. As we’ve mentioned before, there is a downside to this convenience, namely that a single-button order discourages comparing prices before you shop. And that’s true. You may be better off shopping around or at least using the Amazon Prime Pantry offerings instead.

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