Currently only allowing people to sign up if they have been invited, the Amazon Dash basically provides you with a simple barcode scanner that lets you quickly and easily order whatever you've run out. No barcode? Simply say what you need and it understands that, too.
Every member of the family can use Dash to easily add items to your AmazonFresh shopping list. Keep it on your kitchen counter or hang it on the refrigerator. Did your kids just eat the last of the cereal? Conveniently refill and restock your home's everyday essentials, and have fun doing it.
Dash connects to your home Wi-Fi network and works directly with your AmazonFresh account. Say or scan items into your Dash, and then view the list on your desktop or mobile device to purchase and schedule delivery.
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