The company that once hawked a product vying to be "the most technologically advanced thing in the kitchen" is now offering refunds for the uber-appliance, Fortune reports. 

The $400 Juicero machine, a WiFi-enabled juicer billed as the "Keurig of juicers," received $120 million in startup funds, but a Bloomberg report this week turned it all a bit sour when it revealed a person's bare hands could squeeze a cup of juice out of the accompanying juice packets just as quickly as the machine itself—sometimes even faster. 

Juicero CEO Jeff Dunn put up a Medium post Thursday announcing the company is extending its "Happiness Guarantee" and letting customers new and old send their presses back for the next 30 days for a full refund.

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