SmartShopper – the shopping list meets technology


Granted there’s online shopping, but if you still go down to the supermarket and push a trolley, technology isn’t necessarily a big part of the big shop. Unless you invest in the SmartShopper.

Yes, you can replace that hastily-written scrap of paper and replace it with a machine-generated one. The SmartShopper itself is a small device that magnetically clings to your fridge to record your household shortages. It comes stored with 2,500 common items, plus an additional list of places you might need to visit – like the bank, DIY store or the off-licence.

And when you’re ready to leave the house, you can press a button and print it all off. Available online, you can pick one up for $149 (around £75).

SmartShopper website

Via Gizmodo

Dave Walker
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