So the Amazon Dash is toddler-proof; responds only to first button press for More Tide, not to the next 79,998,383, thank goodness. — Jason Gay (@jasonWSJ) March 31, 2015
I will say that the day before april fool's day was not a great choice to announce something as unbelievable as the amazon dash button — Chris Ziegler (@zpower) March 31, 2015
We used to hunt for our food. Now we can hit a plastic mac and cheese button from Amazon: http://t.co/GCV7HN3ApB pic.twitter.com/EFtr9vfneB — Josh Lowensohn (@Josh) March 31, 2015
Amazon Dash= For those times ordering TP from your phone app in bed is too complicated. — Wendy Mortensen (@wndywitch) March 31, 2015
If any of my friends put #AmazonDash in their homes, you bet your butt I will push that button every time I come over. Maybe a lot. — SG (@ThatScarletGirl) March 31, 2015
Amazon Dash, because dogs and cats could only order items over the internet in cartoons, but not real life. — Steve Buchheit (@steve_buchheit) March 31, 2015
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