Get out those shekels and start shopping for:
Who needs an exterminator when you've got this lethal spray? Deadlier than any military assault rifle you'll find in Israel.
Hats off to the genius who came up with a completely irrelevant name that would take any North American, Brit, and even Israeli months of grocery aisle searching to find when seeking out a bathroom staple: bleach.
If you can't beat 'em, join 'em. Owning a bike in Tel Aviv is like owning a pair of legs; they're necessary to get around town and to stay alive (if you don't die on the battlefield known as the White City streets).
Not only is it delicious, it's multipurpose too. Slap it on tricky doorknobs, ungreased locks, and mold when you're running low on Ekonomika.
These aren't just any flip flops, these are the cream of the flip flop crop. Legend has it that Havaianas can not only outlast global warming, but also the cockroaches.
Okay, some might argue that this is a baby stroller not a shopping cart, but creativity is a must when living in Israel's most expensive city. Allow your baby carriage to double as a shopping cart when doing your weekly shuk shopping. On that note...
They're just really cute, and they seem to multiply at shockingly high rates here.