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A Smarthome-Connected Febreze Dispenser Makes Me Appreciate My Dumb Home

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For $49, if you pre-order at CES, Procter & Gamble will sell you what is probably one of the least essential smart home devices announced at the show this year: a wi-fi connected scent dispenser that lets you make any room smell like a Yankee Candle store right from your phone or tablet.

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Through the Febreze Connect’s app you can schedule when one of the device’s two scent-cartridges are released into a room, keep tabs on fluid levels in said cartridges, and even have the backend automatically order refills when a room stops smelling like a lavender wonderland.

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Most importantly, it’s a good reminder to be happy and content with your disconnected dumb home.

[Procter & Gamble]


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DISCUSSION

I always feel like these things are either there to mask the smell of stale cigarettes, or to mask the smell of cat shit.

Possibly both.