October 9, 2008

EZ Fill Liquid Level Alarm - Pour Your Coffee in the Dark

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The EZ Fill Liquid Indicator is a small bright red device that buzzes to indicate a liquid has reached about 1 inch from the top of a your single serve coffee cup, or whatever container your choose to use it on. Meant to help the visually impaired, we think it would also work perfectly for non-automatic shut off Nespresso, and espresso systems. It uses three 1.5 volt LR44 batteries (included).

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Posted by Jay Brewer at October 9, 2008 7:53 AM
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Hey, that's a great idea. I'm blind and don't generally use a device like this, but if I decide to get a Nespresso at some point (but I must finish school and actually start working first...I MUST...), this will be helpful to know when to shut the thing off. (BTW, thank you for having an accessible captcha solution on your site. It's frustrating to want to post a comment, only to be told to "enter the characters you see in the field below." The solution you use is accessible to deafblind individuals as well.)


Posted by: Angie at December 10, 2008 12:24 AM
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