July 3, 2009

TheFind – Supersized Shopping Comparisons


At one point or another, most shoppers have wished there was any easy way to instantly find the product they’re looking for without all of the stress of endless shopping and searching—which is exactly why California based company TheFind is determined to offer its users the very best in shopping search engines.

TheFind boasts of searching over 500,000 stores and over 320 million products to offer its users the very best in quality and efficiency. And most of the time, they’re right on the mark. Occasionally searches will be a bit off, bringing up related items instead of the exact item you’re looking for, but other than this TheFind does seem to locate the most affordable and quality items on the market.

Using TheFind is simple—just like a regular search engine. If you’re nosy about what others are buying, you can also view the hottest searches. And of course, if there’s a merchant you love that isn’t already listed (rare since they already include so many) you can click “Add a Merchant” to add your favorite to their growing list.

Practical Uses:

  • Find the best deals on organic household products
  • Discover the best prices for electronics gadgets
  • Compare prices on trendy summer dresses

Insider Tips:

  • Check “Hot Searches” to see what’s popular
  • Add your favorite merchant with the “Add a Merchant” tab
  • Find the best deals by checking both sales and coupons

What we liked:

  • Searches over 320 million products
  • Automatic location detection
  • Almost always finds the best deals on products

What we didn’t like:

  • Searches are 100% perfect
  • The layout could be a bit more user friendly


Company Info:

  • Launched: October 2006
  • Privately Held
  • Headquarters: Mountain View, CA
  • Founded by: Siva Kumar
  • Web site:


  • Free


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