Smarter FridgeCam (2020 Version) Food Tracking WiFi Camera for All Fridges
Smarter SFC01 WiFi FridgeCam (2020) with Food Tracking, for ALL Fridges, iOS/Android/Alexa Rechargable, White
By DPD On 3rd Jun
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Protect against installation damage for 28 days.
ScanProtect is an enhanced warranty specifically designed and offered by Scan to reduce the risk of any mishap or damage to components during installation.
Our aim with ScanProtect is to encourage our customers to upgrade or build their own PC confidently. For a small additional fee our customers are provided with complete peace of mind.
How Much Food Do You Waste?
The average household wastes up to £700 per year needlessly throwing away expired food. Over 10 years, that's £7,000 per household, think about what you could do with that extra income.
Turn your fridge, any fridge into a smart fridge with a Smarter FridgeCam.
Unleash the Power of A Smart Fridge
Straight from the box into any fridge. FridgeCam takes a picture every time your fridge door closes and sends it to the Smarter app allowing you to know what you have in, even when you're out.
Our nifty app features help you to prioritise food that is going to expire and automate your grocery shopping.
What is FridgeCam?
FridgeCam is our answer to a smart fridge; a compact and zero-fuss device that can transform any standard, no-frills fridge into a money and time saving, waste-busting powerhouse.
How many times have you forgotten to write a shopping list and found yourself wandering around the supermarket throwing products into your basket only to find you already have them at home? The FridgeCam solves this problem with the Smarter App.
FridgeCam is the world's first wireless fridge camera which has been designed to help reduce this food waste and save money whilst also helping the environment. There is no need to replace your current fridge, FridgeCam can be added into any fridge to transform it into a smart fridge.
Connect to Alexa, Siri and via IFTTT to 100's of products
By asking Alexa and Siri, you can find out what's in your fridge, add items to your shopping list and know what's about to expire.
Stop Wasting Food and Save Money
With FridgeCam, you will always know what's in your fridge even when you're out so that you avoid double-buying items. FridgeCam also keeps track of your items and learns about your buying habits. This enables you to make smarter shopping decisions to help you avoid food waste.
Always Know What's in Your Fridge
Using the Smarter app, you can peek inside your fridge from anywhere. Simply open the app to view the latest snapshot of your fridge's shelves for a current view of what's in, what's not and what's going off.
With Tesco and Amazon Fresh. SmarterAssist will track scanned products and automatically update your Tesco or Amazon Fresh shopping basket.
Keep Track of Expiry Dates
FridgeCam tracks the expiry dates of your perishable foods so that you can plan your meals around what's about to expire. Avoid waste and cook food that is going out of date.
A Smart Fridge without the Cost
With FridgeCam, there is no need for you to buy an expensive smart fridge; get everything you need with one simple, cost-effective device that can be fitted into any fridge.
• Controlled from Anywhere.
• Works with almost All Fridges
• Automated Shopping lists.
• Keep track of Expiry Dates.
• Compatibility: iOS & Android.
• Wireless: 802.11 b/g/n.
• Security: WPA/WPA2.
• Capacity: 1800mAH.
• Power: 5V 2A.
• Rechargeable: micro USB.
• Requires: 2.4ghz Router frequency.
• Connectivity: Cloud Connected.
Please note your statutory rights are not affected.
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