This smart container orders snacks on Amazon when you’re running low. Is this the future for Dash Replenishment?
The Java Smart Container links up to your Amazon Prime account using Wi-Fi. You can program it to order items when inventory runs low automatically.
The Java Smart Container uses built-in sensors to track how much of a particular item you have. Just put your favorite granola bars straight into the container.
The setup is simple. I picked Annie's Organic Bunny Fruit Snacks. Sensors on the inside kept track of inventory, checking in at least twice a day, but may check more often depending on how fast you go through your supply.
In the not-so-distant future, your pantry will literally order your products for you. One stealth startup, WePlenish, is already launching a line of "IoT-powered" smart containers that promise to revolutionize the modern kitchen.
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The app is smart enough to learn your consumption habits, so it can order more of your favorite food before you even realize you’re running low.
A smart container is simply a device that senses when items are running low on inventory and automatically orders more for you. In the case of the WePlenish Java, the ordering is done through Amazon and is controlled via a smartphone app.
The new container is designed to automatically reorder coffee pods, espresso capsules, tea, snacks and other pantry essentials when supplies run low.
You know that searing anger and frustration you feel when you’re greeted with an empty container? WePlenish wants to make sure that terrible experience never happens to you again.
WePlenish, which makes smart containers that automatically reorders kitchen pantry items when a user’s supply is running low, has become the first smart container company to integrate its product with Amazon’s Dash Replenishment program.
Ready to up the ante on their own Dash button, Amazon is partnering with crowd-funded success WePlenish to offer refills on any product before they run out.
With the invention of smart containers that have built-in sensors to detect product levels and Wi-Fi to automatically place orders, WePlenish aims to automate the entire pantry.
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