Collection of ‘Smart Shopping Gadgets’ from all over the world that makes your shopping easy and comfortable.
Amazon Dash Button: The Amazon Dash Button makes things a lot easy. You can place the Dash Button in the kitchen, bath, laundry, or anywhere you store your favorite products. When you are running low, all you need to do is just press the button, and Amazon will process the rest. Dash Button is quite simple to set up. All you need to do is use the Amazon app on your smartphone to connect to your home network and select the product you want to reord with Dash Button. Once you are done with setup, all you need to do is press the button to automatically place your order. Amazon sends an order alert to your smartphone and you can opt to cancel if you want. Dash Button responds only to your first press until your order is complete.
Hiku: How many times this happened to you; “you get home from the store and realize you forgot something”? Hiku got you covered here; Hiku remembers, so you don’t have to. It makes shopping simple, fast and fun. This device sticks to your fridge door or sits on your counter, and makes it easy adding items to your shopping list using barcodes and voice. The shopping list created is displayed on your smartphone, you can share your list with family or anyone else and when you update it, your list is updated everywhere.
Voice-Recognition Grocery-List Organizer: It’s a voice recognition grocery list organizer; all you need to do is just push the record button, say the name of the item you want on your list, and the gadget does the rest. It comes with 2500+ items in its library and automatically organizes your list into categories; making visits to the store more efficient.
SmartQsine: SmartQsine is a smart inventory system that lets you know when you’re about to run out of inventory. All you need to do is just place the item on the device that you want to monitor, set its current level, and just forget it. It lets you remotely monitor your inventory, and gives you the information only when you really need it.
Neo Smart Jar: The Neo Smart Jar turns your kitchen into a smart one. All you need to do is fill up Neo with ingredients and access them from anywhere. The Neo app suggests recipes based on ingredients you already have. It uses real-time measurement to keep track of nutrition and syncs with your fitness devices. It gives you information on calories, fat, carbs, and protein. Neo keeps track of your ingredients, provides freshness alerts, works with Amazon and supports on iOS and Android smartphones.
Amazondash: It connects to your home Wi-Fi network and works directly with your AmazonFresh account. For adding something new to your shopping list, all you need to do is say it in the gadget or use it as a handheld scanner and then view the list on your notebook or mobile device to purchase and schedule.
Genican: This intelligent device can automatically create your grocery list, match coupons to products and even get items to your doorstep.
Baggler: This unique device lets you manage and transport your bags with ease. It keeps the handles secured without getting entangled or items falling out of the bags and no uneven distribution of weight.
Foot-Activated Tailgate: When you have heavy bags in both your hands, want to open the tailgate to place them inside the car, you need to put them down. But with this foot activated tailgate, its a thing of past.
Bag Buddy: Industrial designer Nicholas Fjellberg Swerdlowe came up with this portable device that makes transporting shopping bags on a bicycle easier.Shopping List Bag: It’s a bag that has a shopping list attached to it.
Stayhold: This solid plastic product holds to the carpet of your car trunk and acts as a barrier to hold loose items securely against the sidewalls.
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