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  1. #1
    Shawnee
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    Default Best website for product reviews?

    Does anyone have a website that has lots of reviews for children's

    toys, household items, and maybe electronics? I would love to be able

    to get a real good feel for items before I spend money on them.

    I usually search for things online, but I would love it if someone

    knows of one site that compiles a lot of things.



    Shawnee








  2. #2
    lisa griffeth
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    I use www.epinion.com....I got tired of paying for consumer reports on line. Lisa G>

    Shawnee <sketch7511@yahoo.com> wrote: Does anyone have a website that has lots of reviews for children's
    toys, household items, and maybe electronics?



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  3. #3
    Angel Woldhagen
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    Default Best website for product reviews?

    Amazon does a really good job. There are lots of products and reviews.







    Shawnee wrote:



    > Does anyone have a website that has lots of reviews for children's

    > toys, household items, and maybe electronics? I would love to be able

    > to get a real good feel for items before I spend money on them.

    > I usually search for things online, but I would love it if someone

    > knows of one site that compiles a lot of things.

    >

    > Shawnee

    >

    >










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    armstrca
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    Default Best website for product reviews?

    <SPAN style="FONT-SIZE: 11pt;COLOR: teal;FONT-FAMILY: 'Comic Sans MS';">Consumer reports but you have to be a member (or sign up and pay) to see the reviews.
    <SPAN style="FONT-SIZE: 11pt;COLOR: teal;FONT-FAMILY: 'Comic Sans MS';">http://www.consumerreports.org/cro/index.htm
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    From: Budget101_@yahoogroups.com [mailto:Budget101_@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf Of Shawnee
    Sent: Monday, February 11, 2008 5:11 PM
    To: Budget101_@yahoogroups.com
    Subject: Budget101.com : Best website for product reviews?



    Does anyone have a website that has lots of reviews for children's toys, household items, and maybe electronics?
    Shawnee



  5. #5
    Colleen McDonald
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    Default Best website for product reviews?

    AND they take it upon themselves to AUTOMATICALLY

    renew you every year, and the only way to avoid

    that is to cancel and lose months you paid for.



    I was in the hospital for a month when they

    automatically renewed me, and their attitude was

    "ha ha gotcha" and they flatly refused to do anything about it.



    I would NEVER subscribe to them again!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!



    At 09:01 AM 2/12/2008, armstrca wrote:

    >Consumer reports but you have to be a member

    >(or sign up and pay) to see the reviews.








  6. #6
    Herlean
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    Default Best website for product reviews?

    epinions.com



    amazon.com



    Herlean



    Shawnee <sketch7511@yahoo.com> wrote:

    Does anyone have a website that has lots of reviews for children's

    toys, household items, and maybe electronics?






  7. #7
    Chris Wheeler
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    Default Best website for product reviews?

    Hi, pardon my ignorance but is there some way to jump into a discussion to see all the posts that were made onany oneparticular topic? For example, I was interested in reading more on the topic & discussions for this "Best website for product reviews?" question, but I'm only catching part of the conversation (from the middle) and couldnt figure out how to get to where the starting post was. It would be great if there was some kind of link with each and every response to a topic or reply like; "See all posts and replies connected to this question" or something like that... I get the daily digest and whenever I see a question or post that interests me all I can ever get is the one person's reply in the middle of a string of them/ stuff like that. Its like always catching only part of a conversation. Tried looking in the archives from the home page and everywhere else, but cant even tell where all these posts are originating from, etc. From the little
    bits and pieces I've been able to catch from conversations I've actually benefited from this group so far... just cant figure out how to use it or participate, LOL.


 

 

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