Smart sensors detect inventory levels and Wi-Fi automatically replenishes your must-haves to keep them in stock. Over time, it learns your habits, like favorite coffee and snack brands and recommends other items you’ll love.
“The process is completely automated, so you don’t have to think about checking how many coffee pods you have left. 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.”
"Amazon's quest to keep us reordering supplies began with Dash Buttons. One press of a button orders more of one specific item. But instead of needing a button for different household goods, WePlenish sees a future where every item has its own smart container."
"WePlenish may look like any other coffee pod container, but it’s actually a smart vessel that orders K-cups/Nespresso pods and has them mailed to your door before you ever run out. Essentially, it’s like asking your roomie to grab some coffee at the store — without the whole asking part."
“The WePlenish Java has officially received integration with Amazon and is now proudly being touted as the world's first smart container. 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.”
“We started WePlenish because we believe the future of the smart home depends on automation. Our vision is to automate the entire pantry,” said WePlenish founder Ro Grosman. “It’s a home where technology does the work for you, saving you time and effort, so you can do more of the things you love.”
“So are WePlenish’s smart containers that much more useful or efficient than other grocery reordering methods? Using Amazon Dash buttons and voice assistants is easy, sure — but you still have to do something. “They require the user to take action, to remember to place the order,” WePlenish co-founder Ro Grosman told The Spoon. The Java Smart Container takes you out of the equation entirely.”
"So you are tired of running out of coffee and would like a smart system that can re-order capsules for you? The WePlenish Java Smart Container has you covered. It is smart enough to sense when you are running low on pods and capsules and orders them for you."
“It's the first smart container that senses when pantry must-haves are low, and through its integration with Amazon Dash Replenishment, it automatically reorders more so you never run out. The container can be used for the coffee pods or snacks you want to arrive exactly when you need them.”
“Integrating with Amazon Dash is a move that allows WePlenish to tap into Amazon's large and lucrative Prime membership base. And it's a big deal for Amazon too. Smart containers, much like smart appliances capable of automatic reordering, may represent the future of the Dash program.”