by Craig Lloyd on
If you’re ready to move on from subpar coffee in the morning and want to start making a worthwhile delicious cup of joe, here’s some coffee gear that will help get you started.
Amazon Key, which initially started out as a service that would have Amazon delivery drivers place packages right inside of your house, has expanded to car delivery and now garage delivery with Amazon Key for Garage.
The company has teamed up with Chamberlain to offer customers with a MyQ-compatible garage door the opportunity to have packages delivered inside of their garages, acting as sort of a compromise for those who may not want packages left outside, but also don’t want delivery drivers access inside right from the front door.
The only requirement is that you have either a Chamberlain or LiftMaster garage door opener with MyQ capabilities, or add MyQ to an existing garage door opener using the MyQ Smart Garage Hub.
From there, the Amazon delivery driver can open your garage door themselves, place the package in your garage, and then close the garage door.
Of course, this will only be available to Prime members in existing markets where Amazon Key is available. Key for Garage will become available at some point in the second quarter of this year.
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