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"I tried to do my shopping with Amazon Dash buttons, to avoid having to visit Brent Cross Shopping Centre"

"Doing your shopping by pressing buttons in your home sounds like a great labour-saving life-hack … and then you get 45 toilet rolls arrive in one go"

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"The internet of shopping is finally here: magic-like buttons that when pressed have goods delivered to your door, without any need to log on to a website or get out your credit card. The branded Dash buttons are Amazon's latest offering to make it easier to shop, so I bought a load of them to find out whether it's the retail revolution we didn't even know we were looking for.

"There is no Dash button for ordering Dash buttons, so I looked though the 40 or so available and found eight for things I would normally buy. They're £5 each, so I spent £40 for this convenience, but with the promise £5 would be taken off the first purchase made with each button making them free in the long run.

"A box of boxes turned up the next day. Each Dash button comes in a small cardboard box. Unpacking them and setting them up was straightforward if a little tedious. For each one you have to do a little song and dance with the Amazon app."

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