Nope. It just doesn't work. Even if you are shopping for a sailboat like my wife and I did last year......
Polybius: "Diesel engine instead of a gasoline Atomic 4. Low engine hours. Roller furling. All lines leading aft to the cockpit so you can reef the mainsail from cockpit in heavy weather. Crisp sails.....Great!"
Mrs. Polybius: "I don't like it. The one we saw yesterday had prettier curtains in the room towards the pointy end of the boat and it smelled nicer."
Actually, it can work, depending on what you're buying. My wife and I have bought several used cars lately, and we have it down to a routine.
She gets in the car and checks out the creature comforts, while I'm under the hood and under the car, making sure all the important stuff works. In ten minutes, we know whether the car is worth having.
That way, I don't have to check the stereo and the reading lights, and she doesn't have to check the fuel injection, alternator and serpentine belt. Use the skills that each has, and it's easier for everyone.