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I heard about this addon on tech tv talk and had to try it out myself. So far, it’s been working great. I’ve been looking to upgrade my PC recently and this app has been a lifesaver.
Though I am unemployed right now, (which is actually all the more reason to use this add-on) I have still managed to find some great deals that I wouldn't have without Dynamite Data. Granted, I've only saved a few bucks so far, but once I get back on my feet financially, I expect I'll save a TON of money with it. I usually just stick to Newegg.com for everything, but I have found on many occasions that there are actually some better deals out there on other sites. And no, I don't mean just TigerDirect.com...
To make a long story short, (too late?) if you want to save money while shopping online, (and who doesn't?) download this add-on. It'll be the best $0 you'll ever spend!
Wow, what a snazzy little piece of internet magic! I was shopping for a Power Supply for my computer and thought I had found the best price. A buddy linked me to this add-on which I tried and it found the same item at a more reputable merchant with a lower price by $30!!! I shop online for myself constantly and also do a lot of purchasing for my company. This little add-on will save me a lot of effort and money.
If you like buying things online, then there is no reason why you shouldn't have a smart agent looking for better prices just a second before you buy.
This addon can really save you money!
Installed it. Went to buy some mp3 players. Saw the red dynamite go round and round. But I don't understand how do I see the product? I read all the instructions, clicked everywhere and nothing.
Too bad, sounds like a good idea.
This is actually a very useful tool for find the lowest prices on items from a large number of major online retailers. I used to use PriceGrabber or Google Product Search to find the lowest prices on items, but Dynamite Data does the same thing automatically and sits down in your status bar.
It's so unobtrusive and a nice touch is the fact that it not only shows you which site has the lowest price on an item, but it will also link you to the site.
Quite cool! It's nice to be able to quickly find out if I'm seeing a "best price" on a product. I'm not sure how many sites it checks, but it sure seems to hit all the major places. Too bad for non-US people, though?