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Amazon's new Dash buttons restock Nerf, Play-Doh and more

The online retailer added 50 new options for ordering by connected button.
Billy Steele
June 28, 2016
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Since first introducing its connected buttons for easily ordering the goods Prime members use most, Amazon has regularly added new Dash options to its arsenal. Today the retailer tacked on 50 more, including easy ordering for Nerf, Play-Doh, Goldfish crackers, Campbell's soup and dozens of others. You know, in case you lost all of your Nerf darts the day after you bought that last pack. There are new additions for toilet paper, cleaning supplies, groceries and beverages as well.

The same deal still applies for the buttons: You'll pay $5 for the device when you order it, and after you use it for buy a product, the company will reimburse you. This editor continues to find the buttons to be quite handy for re-ordering staple goods, but don't take my word for it. Consult the full list of available Dash buttons right here and don't forget about the new IoT version that can be programmed to do a lot more than knock out your shopping list.

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