Wednesday, December 2, 2009

Men Better Shoppers Than Women?

NEW YORK (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – It’s official: Men are better at shopping than women.

According to Kodak’s Inkjet division, men are more efficient shoppers than women and come home with better bargains.

About 56 percent of guys say that if something they liked was full price, they’d wait before buying it in case it went on sale.

Only 48 percent of women would do the same.

The average woman spends seven hours a month browsing stores, but 81 percent often wind up going home with things they don’t need.

On the other hand, guys spend about five hours a month shopping, and 33 percent always find what they’re searching for.

Guys are more concerned with quality and value of a product, while women really care about how something looks.

Finally, although guys are savvy shoppers, 60 percent see shopping as a chore and like to get it over with as soon as possible.

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