WePlenish Java automatically orders more coffee when you're running low

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There's nothing more terrifying or disheartening than waking up in the morning, going to the kitchen and finding out that you've run out of coffee. The horror, the horror.

If that keeps you up at night, the WePlenish Java may be of interest. It's a smart container that holds your coffee pods, espresso capsules and other pantry essentials like snacks and tea. When it detects it's low, it automatically reorder what you need from Amazon.

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The container has built-in sensors that detects when the weight of your remaining items is low. It will then re-order supplies through Amazon Dash Replenishment via Wi-Fi (which you connect during setup). Part of Amazon's Dash program, it essentially lets you set up automated ordering for things you need often - like coffee.

You get to choose what you want replenished when you set up the WePlenish Java, with options including Keurig coffee pods from Dunkin, Starbucks, AmazonFresh, Krispy Kreme, Green Mountain and more. There's also creamer from Nestle and bars from Kind, Rxbar, Quakers and Larabar.

The WePlenish Java is available for $39.99 from both WePlenish and Amazon and starts shipping immediately. It comes in either glossy white or black color options.


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