One of the biggest pains for many people when it comes to grocery shopping is making the shopping list. The easiest way to make the shopping list is to categorize everything by food type like produce. We have all been to the store thinking we are almost done only to realize you have to go back to the far side of the store for an item that was in the wrong place on the list.
The SmartShopper is a unique kitchen device that makes automatic shopping lists for you. All you have to do when you realize you need an item is hit the record button and say what you need to get. When you are ready to do your weekly shopping you hit the print buttons and you get a full list that has all the stuff you need broken out by store category.
This way you can get all your produce at once or paper products and so on. The device sticks to the refrigerator with magnets so it is always close at hand. The device can also be wall mounted or placed on a countertop. Power is from four AA batteries and it uses thermal paper needing no ink.
The SmartShopper is for anyone who is tired of making shopping lists by hand that are unorganized and hard to read.
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