From Fat Fingers:
Find the hidden bargains on eBay. Find items listed with typos and spelling mistakes on eBay. As no-one finds these items they can be snapped up at a bargain price. With the Fat Fingers for Internet Explorer, you can now: select words on any Web page and right click to find typos on eBay.
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"Got me some DEALS! Used Firefox plugin version!"
Version: Fat Fingers Addin eBay.com 1.0
Seemed to find some great deals even on stuff that is hard to misspell! The Firefox plugin version worked great since it pulls up the eBay search window.
The webpage version sucks since it pulls up results in it's own search window.
Try it out. It takes like 10 seconds. Go to the author's webpage to use the firefox plugin. Try a few searches and see how it works.