Personal Shopping: Get what you want, product reviews you require, prices you approve and delivery to your liking
Groceries: Shop item by item, schedule reorders, or build a shopping list. Perishable grocery delivery available in select areas
Perfect Gifts: Describe the recipient and Alfie does the shopping for you, saving you time
Gets Smarter: Alfie learns your needs and preferences the more you use it
Human Touch: Alfie is backed by real human intelligence, not just computer processing. Avoid virtual assistant frustrations. Alfie works hard to offer great solutions. Response time can vary depending on the request.
Kenmore Alfie App: Available for free download on App Store and Google Play Store.
Use Alfie anywhere in your home: Alfie uses your home WIFI network and can be placed anywhere with its convenient rechargeable battery with built in magnetic base
Find out more at Alfiefetch.com. This site includes helpful manuals, instruction videos, FAQs,...
I love this! The app works flawlessly so far. Fast and easy. The device itself feels nice and is built well. Connecting to my Wi-Fi was no problem at all. So far, I have been impressed with the ability of Sears' shoppers finding the products I'm asking for at great prices! I asked for a more obscure item, and they found it for a fantastic price! (Kodak Portra 400 4x5 film...ha!) The messaging system in the app is superb, and the people assisting are friendly and pleasant. Also, I didn't know it also operates from a built in battery rather than needing to be plugged in at all times. I was surprised the demonstrating video showed a cord plugged in since I learned this. This really does help. I thought, well what the heck, I can just find what I need myself online, but it's actually great to let Alfie search and get back to me while I do other things. I was surprised by how much I love this.
There is no app for my Android 4.1 tablet or for Windows 7 or 10. That makes Alfie useless.
It doesn't tell you anything you would still have to get on the app and read all of the results and everything. All you would have to do is Google it. It would be about 10 times faster. And tells you not to let your children play with the device even if you're not a child. It doesn't do anything useful and it was a real pain to set up.
Every time I ask it to do something it tells me to not let my children use it unsupervised. It should be able to perform basic tasks like weather. It's a glorified refrigerator magnet now. I got it free with a purchase otherwise I would have returned it
I had a heck of a time getting Alfie to pair up...but when finally did it worked pretty slick. Just remember this helps you shop not stuff you see others supposedly do on tv. Alfie also holds some charge and is magnetic in the bottom. It's certainly a cute lil gadget and cool when your are full ... it will look whatever up and let you know while you continue with your project.
I'm not sure where to begin. It's sad to see a company teetering on bankruptcy release a horrible product that should have been a home run. I come from a 25+ year IT background. It took an hour to setup. Sometimes it would fail. Sometimes the app said it was setup but, the device didn't know it. It took me running through the setup at least 10 times before it finally went through. The help feature in the app isn't very helpful. Just a FAQ. I had an error message with a code. You would think you could look up the code in help. I have about 10 ****** Dash buttons which are similar so, I have experience setting these things up. What a pain. Then there's the fact that neither the directions nor the app tell you what this thing is supposed to do. Sure, it tells you to say "Alfie, fetch me a dozen eggs". Then, it answers back "I'm on it. I'll get back to you with that information". Well, it's been 2 hours and it hasn't gotten back to me yet. I'm not even sure what form it's supposed to get back to me in. Does it speak it out? Does it show up in the app? If you have to grab your phone and look in the app for the results, why bother having the device? I only paid $5.00 for this. I feel really bad for people that paid $50. This is one of the most poorly executed electronic device I've seen in a long time. Think I'll drop it off with our security team at work to see if it can be hacked.