Amazon Dash Buttons

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Tech

In an attempt to take away all the thinking power required to purchase your home goods, Amazon is rolling out their stupidly simple Dash Buttons.

Amazon is on a mission – a mission to make consumers spend their money more seamlessly, without any thought process at all. They’ve done a pretty good job at that thus far, and they’re hoping Dash takes things to the next level. The concept is simple; just a push a branded button, and Amazon automatically ships those products right to your doorstep. There are a handful of big name brands participating, and users simply set it up on Amazon before receiving the branded button. It’s free for Prime members, and was built on the premise to help you re-order those important things you always run low on, so you never run out. Check out the video below. [Purchase]

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