Electronic Shopper

Electronic Shopper

When it comes to grocery shopping and picking out a movie to rent I always know exactly what I want until I actually set foot in the store. Then I end up going home with terrible romantic comedies, and way too much food I'll never actually make. This saves the day! You just say the words, and the handy dandy machine turns your rushed thoughts into a thermal paper printout! It also keeps track of errands, which means next time I go to rent a movie I'll get one I might actually like!

  • Draft Beer at home?  It doesn’t get better than that!

  • This adapter's patented motion-detecting sensor lets you control a household sink faucet with a mere wave of the hands, avoiding the cross-contamination common with faucets in busy households. The infrared sensor starts water flow... This adapter's patented motion-detecting sensor lets you control a household sink faucet with a mere wave of the hands, avoiding the cross-contamination common with faucets in busy households. The infrared sensor starts water flow as soon as it detects movement, eliminating the spread of germs on handles and facilitating work in the kitchen when both hands are full or dirty; the flow stops as soon as hands move away (or after one minute), conserving water. The device requires no professional installation because it simply screws into the aerator of the existing faucet neck. Its unique side-mounting design won't take up valuable working space in the sink. When a steady stream of water is required, an override button keeps the water running f or three minutes.

    Added 6 Years Ago from Hammacher Schlemmer
  • This device stores and prints grocery lists generated from the items you speak into its microphone. Using an integrated voice recognition system, the shopping list manager matches a spoken item with one of the 2,500 food, beverage... This device stores and prints grocery lists generated from the items you speak into its microphone. Using an integrated voice recognition system, the shopping list manager matches a spoken item with one of the 2,500 food, beverage, household, beauty, and office products in its database. Each spoken product appears on the LCD and you can add it to the list and print an alphabetized record with the touch of a button. The device recognizes words as specific as swordfish, emery boards, and lawn bags, and identifies errands, such as going to the bank, library, or veterinarian. You can create and manage two different lists simultaneously, add products to the database (up to a maximum of 5,000 items), and customize the sequence in which the products print to correspond with the layout of your grocery store. Attaches magnetically to a refrigerator or mounts to a wall with the included kit.