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I'm confusing between "product" and "item"

Which word do you guys think it's better in the below sentence?

A tool for searching free shipping items on Amazon

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A tool for searching free shipping products on Amazon

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Both are correct but product is more specific so I would use that. I would write it like "a tool for searching products with free shipping on amazon," or "free-shipping products" because "free shipping" is a single modifier of products, so having them split apart doesn't look right. That's mostly nitpicking though.

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