Rated 5 out of 5by alecfoster, a year ago
I love this. Glad for the feedback on how to alter how many options this add ons puts forward because just the straight cause of Made From, Sold From is hugely helpful. American sourced alternatives could use some work. Items don't usually match and it brings up poorly reviewed websites. If it could search amazon or other American sites for much more expensive but well built american product this would be great but as it is I find it unusable. Still I got this addon to tell me who and where things are created and shipped from and this does that job greatly.
Super appreciate the candid feedback. We're working hard on getting better every day and figuring out new ways to show recommendations from reputable merchants. Stay tuned!
- Rated 2 out of 5by Firefox user 12157017, 21 days agoUpdate: Cultivate does not pop up with country of origin. Instead, it will say "brand from" or "seller from ". I have added 1 star because of that. Although I do appreciate that info, I need to know where it was manufactured because I do not want to support CHINA. Also, the alternatives it lists are usually somewhere else besides China and they don't indicate where the items are from. This app doesn't live up to its description.
Installed this tonight. Checked out 2 deals for cd/dvd external drives. Cultivate said Texas, USA brand on the 1st and on the 2nd, South Korea brand. It didn't list country of origin. I found that out in the Amazon answers. Both originated in China.
Developer responseposted 21 days agoHi! Those were seller locations, we're working on adding country of origin for all brands and this one just has not been added yet! We've added over a million thus far, though!
- Rated 2 out of 5by Nimasovic, a month agoReally liked this extension for Amazon since it showed country of origin for each seller as well as offer alternatives. Now it's just stuck in a continuous loading state and never populates the information as to what country the seller is from.
Developer responseposted a month agoHey, we'd love to look into this for you as we've been making tons of upgrades. Can you please tell us which Amazon domain you were on and a link? Please feel free to share with us at firstname.lastname@example.org
- Rated 2 out of 5by Luke, 4 months agoSeems like a very useful extension, but it doesn't work with Amazon Japan, which is where I live. I'm hoping eventually it gets updated to support the site.
- Rated 2 out of 5by Firefox user 14037669, 7 months agoI mainly need it for Amazon seller location, for which is great. But it sadly comes with a lot of additional features I don't need and can't turn off. It also injects into various other websites or shows popup messages I don't care about and find annoying.
- Rated 3 out of 5by Ryan, a year agowhy do you need permission to access *All Website Data* ??? Change that. Another Extension, "
Cellar: Amazon seller's country as you browse" has privacy in mind and is allowed access to only www.Amazon.* websites. Please do the same. Great idea. Your extension is faster but the intent to not use a Mozilla privacy setting is worrisome.
Developer responseposted 10 months agoHi Ryan,
Great point, and we are as transparent as can be about this. We support over 4,000 websites with our extension and not just Amazon.
In terms of data, we do not collect or sell any data whatsoever on any of our extension users.
- Rated 5 out of 5by BukaTV, a year agoI have been looking for an addon that does this for a long long time! I closed my Amazon account after buying yet another cheap Chinese crap knockoff once again without knowing where it came from. I am so tired of Amazon as they are just ridiculous at selling junk products. Amazon is Communistic mercantilism and its horrible! I hope this addon succeeds and it MUST. We need to know WHERE the darn products come from! THANK YOU for creating this!
- Rated 4 out of 5by A Person (I Think), a year agoI originally couldn't figure out why this wasn't working until I opened a non-private window. It caused me a bit of a headache for being dumb and thinking I could do it in a private window on Firefox, a problem on my end more than anything.
- Rated 1 out of 5by Firefox user 14799992, a year agoJust because an item is sold from an American seller still doesn't mean that the product is made in the U.S. Even though this app is a happy thought, it's kind of useless since you can go to almost any site like Amazon, Walmart, E-bay and many more, and as soon as the page opens, Cultivate confirms it's a US company. That's fine but there's not much American about Amazon when 99% of the merchandise sold on Amazon is knockoff garbage shipped from china to an Amazon warehouse in the U.S.
This app would be great if they went one step further and verified items that were actually manufactured in America, but until them, the point of using this app is mute.Thank you for the review. The goal of our app is to actually help you find American-made alternatives, which we do, on each search you query on Amazon. We're diving further into our data to even include other countries of manufacture and will deploy it soon! Appreciate your candid feedback.
- Rated 5 out of 5by Validuz, a year agoI'm from the US, but this worked perfectly the first time (using Waterfox to boot). I have a feeling this addon will get a lot of negative reviews for political reasons.
- Rated 5 out of 5by Gudlee, a year agoCanadian user. Works for me on Amazon.ca in terms of showing country of origin, and am loving it. Skipped the sign-in and not finding this plugin intrusive at all. Looking forward to when other features become available. In the meantime, I'm happy with how it works for now. Thanks Cultivate ... someone needed to do this.
- Rated 4 out of 5by Firefox user 14688189, a year agoExcellent plugin, although as someone who is not based out of the USA, it is somewhat of a limited use to me. But I can always search for the product on Amazon US to see its country of origin. Would love it if you can get this plugin to work with other Amazon sites. Also the plugin homepage in firefox store shows that it isn't being actively monitored for security by the mozilla guys. Maybe you could look into that to get it fixed.