Finding accurate product reviews for big ticket items can be confusing. Product reviews online are only as good as the person who wrote them. I write product reviews, but it’s just my opinion. Even though I use the products, and they work for me, doesn’t mean they’ll work as good for “the next guy”.
When I’m thinking of buying a car, electronics, computers, or appliances, and want to read accurate product reviews, I go directly to a name I trust: Comsumer Reports. For years I subscribed to the Consumer Reports magazine, however, I now have an online subscription, as it’s more time efficient for me.
I like that Consumer Reports is a non-profit organization which has been in business since 1936. The staff at Consumer Reports buys everything they test, and do not accept free samples. They “can’t be bribed” to test one product better over another. Their stellar reputation is on the line. With over 70 years of testing “under their belt”, how could you not trust them? Our safety is one of their biggest concerns, and to substantiate that, they have a recall list that’s constantly updated. Their research and testing is what helped to create the Flammable Fabrics Act, and the Child Protection and Toy Safety Act. I think that says it all.