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SmartShopper Grocery List Organizer with Embedded Thermal Printer (SS-101)


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  • State-of-the-art voice recognition
  • 2500 Pre-loaded items
  • Built-in printer requires no ink cartridges and includes magnets for attaching to refrigerator
  • Intuitive interface uses four standard AA batteries
  • Includes 3 paper rolls, wall mounting kit, item booklet, and instructions
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 7.3 x 4.5 x 1.5 inches ; 1.2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.4 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000NTFW4C
  • Item model number: SS101
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (247 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: October 2, 2001

Product Description

Product Description

SmartShopper electronic grocery list organizer- Records, organizes, and prints your grocery list- Voice recognition- Built-in printer- Errand tracker- Categorized lists- 2500 Pre-loaded items- Intuitive interface- Push record button and talk to add an item to your list- Can also learn new items- Automatically organizes items into categories for simplified shopping- Internal thermal printer is ink-free- LCD screen- Built-in magnet for attaching to refrigerator use, also includes hardware for mounting to wall- smartshopperusa's website- Includes 3 paper rolls- 4 AA batteries required, not included- SilverREPLACEMENT PAPER ROLL: SMARTPAPERPR102SMARTSHOPPER

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This nifty organizer from SmartShopper eliminates the need to dig up a pad of paper and a pencil and try to remember what you need when you want to make a shopping list. Keep this handy device stuck to your fridge magnetically, or mount it on the kitchen wall with the included kit, and you're set to go. At breakfast when the milk runs out, simply push the Record button and say "milk." At lunch when you realize you're out of bread, push and speak again. Kids will love helping out. You can also add errands, such as going to the bank or post office. Entries are automatically alphabetized. When you push the Print button, the list is printed with errands at the top and food items by category, to make your shopping expeditions more efficient.

Easy and intuitive to use, the SmartShopper is already loaded with state-of-the-art voice recognition software, a thermal printer that doesn't require ink, and 2,500 item names, for everything from brand-name cereals to antacids to paper towels. Three rolls of thermal paper are included as well. All you need to add are four AA batteries. Arrow buttons allow you to scroll through your list, delete an item if you wish, or add a customized item to the pre-loaded list. With its brushed metal exterior, large LCD window, and front-loading door for paper, the SmartShopper makes a great gift, especially for those who may have trouble writing due to arthritis and other health conditions. --Ann Bieri

Customer Reviews

If you love electronic gadgets then this product is for you.
Lisa Krasinski
The voice recognition is great and we love that anyone of us can simply add items to the list by speaking into the Smartshopper with the touch of one button.
L. Pareene
Neither one of us could get it to recognize "Milk" I've already contacted the company and am returning the unit since it does not work as advertised.
Chrisopher S. Boughn

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

164 of 168 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on July 1, 2007
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I saw this on QVC and thought it was a neat idea. So I mulled over it for a couple of weeks.

I decided to order it from Amazon - something about the free shipping and cheaper price that won me over. hahahahaha

It was on backorder at the time and I was surprised when it just showed up one day.

We love it. My hubby, who is always skeptical about my gadget purchases, was surprised when he used it. He thinks it's a neat idea - and the fact that it organizes everything by category on your list automatically is simply GENIUS!!!

Press the button say the item you need to add - it shows up - select it from a list of options and it adds it to the list. When you are ready to go shopping simply press print - and it prints out the list. Easy as that.....

No more sitting at the table trying to remember what you need - just add the items to the list as you can think of them. The list stays until you delete it.

Plus it even lists errands - another added bonus. Need to run to the bank, atm, cleaners, lawyer's office...

Another plus - is that you can add your own items, or errands, if they aren't listed.

If you have problems with it recognizing your voice or speech - you can TEACH IT to understand your diction. Talk about a HOT MESS!!1

As you can tell - I LOVE THIS THING!! Best gadget I have ever bought!!

Try it - you won't be disappointed!!!!
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86 of 89 people found the following review helpful By C. Gough on February 22, 2008
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When this thing works it's wonderful, but I have had some problems. First a note on troubleshooting problems. Don't talk TOO LOUD. I had to turn the sensitivity down on mine. This unit is so sensitive that it sometimes hears too many sounds to accurately understand what you are saying. This is the opposite of what most people would instinctively do. Most people try to talk louder if they think someone can't hear them. You may also have to mute the TV if it is too loud.
Pros(Besides the obvious):
1. It has a very strong built in magnet that allows you to put it on your refrigerator just at your speaking level, never gets lost and items stay on list until you remove them, even if you take out a battery.
Cons:
1.There are some words that it seems to refuse to recognize, no matter what you do. (i.e. I tried to add calendar to my smartshopper and no matter how many times I improved voice recognition, it would not recognize it. I even removed collander from the smartshopper so there was nothing similar. That didn't help. It kept coming up with the most rediculous suggestions to what I had said that were not even remotely similar. I finally ended up adding wall calendar instead.)
2. Again, talk softly.
3. Sometimes mine freezes up and sticks on Record Now. I can usually break this by taking a battery out and putting it back and then it works fine again.

So when it works I love this, when it doesn't I hate it. I have learned over the last couple of months to deal with its quirks, so I mostly love it.
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57 of 58 people found the following review helpful By Shane Harris on October 3, 2007
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This product really does work as advertised. The pre-loaded list of items is impressive. And it's not difficult to train the device to recognize new items. One tip: Try to speak as naturally as possible. I've noticed that if you over-enunciate, sometimes the device gets confused. Pears sounds to it like jars, for example. I think the device tends to focus on syllables, as opposed to individual letters, so talk normally to it. When my partner taught it half-and-half, he didn't try to say each word. He just said, "haf-n-haf," the way he normally would. Also, don't pre-suppose that there are individual items it doesn't know. For example, it doesn't just recognize "cheese." It knows many kinds of cheeses. The device comes with a book that lists all of the pre-programmed words, but I've found few words that it doesn't know.
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29 of 31 people found the following review helpful By P. L. FinoJr on June 12, 2007
Really love this thing. Saves time trying to remember all what you need to buy. I am surprised it works as well as it does. Sometimes it dosen't compute your voice right but if you have an "east coast" accent it really helps. If your "native" to south of the Mason/Dixon line I would pay to see that! Great invention. Very happy.
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17 of 18 people found the following review helpful By W. Van Horn on August 30, 2007
This thing is FFFANTASTIC!!! I just received mine yesterday & it's just like I thought, but better. The voice recognition works fine, besides it does give multiple choice on most things, but soooooooo idiot proof, even I can use it w/o the help of my super high tech husband's help & I am technology challenged! *LOL* I HIGHLY RECOMMEND this handy, dandy organizer to ANYONE! I just think the price is a bit high, but it is very new out there & prices will go down eventually. It's still a novelty. I bought my 1st TIVO at $500 back in 1999 when they were fresh off the market, knowing very well they'd go way down in price, but it was a gift to my husband who's in the technology business and it's often hard to
wait. He gladly purchased this for me now as he was just as anxious to play with it as I was/am. Best toy in the house!!! Amazon was the cheapest I found in price, beating out target & most places that charge $149.99! I LOVE Amazon and they ship fast as well. This was sent & delivered to me within 48 hrs. & that's with free shipping.

UPDATE: SEPTEMBER 13, 2007

A big help would be if they're was a way to edit a long list, as they do tend to grow, with the ability to print out a partial list of the main items for those frequent quick stops in between payday for a few items. Just an idea that I know would help me & others like myself who find themselves with a mile long list for 'grocery/errand days' and the need to make a shorter list without deleting the main one.
Maybe that'll be the next, updated version. I still think it's way over priced for most.
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