WePlenish reveals the Java Smart Container

by - on June 8th, 2018

Have you ever experienced moments when you opened up the fridge only to realize that you have run out of your favorite brand of milk, or your coffee pod container is empty just when you badly need a caffeine fix? WePlenish is here to help, having announced the first smart container of its kind in the world: the Java Smart Container. This smart container is able to automatically reorder items such as your favorite coffee pods, espresso capsules, tea, snacks and other pantry essentials whenever it detects that such supplies start to run low, and it does so through integration with Amazon Dash Replenishment.

With the WePlenish Java Smart Container, you will be able to save both time and effort when it comes to shopping, all the while ensuring that you would never run out of your must-haves ever again. There is an early bird pricing for the WePlenish Java Smart Container on Kickstarter from $20 onwards, depending on the kind of backing you would like to provide.

These Java Smart Containers will feature integrated sensors that are able to detect product levels, and when it figures out that a particular item is about to run out, it will place an order automatically via Wi-Fi. Being the first and only smart container integrated with Dash Replenishment, WePlenish hopes to usher in a whole new era of home and office automation. With less time spent on administration, you will be able to have more free time with things that really matter in life: your family and friends. Some of the brands supported include Starbucks, Green Mountain Coffee Roasters, Nespresso, Dunkin’ Donuts, KIND and RXBAR.

The WePlenish Java Smart Container will arrive in glossy white or black finishes in a minimalist design that will see it able to fit in just about anywhere. It arrives in the form of a battery-powered, cordless smart container that makes it a snap to stow anywhere in the pantry for a more organized look.

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