Honest, relatable product reviews
I like stuff. I research it, compare it and dissect every spec and feature. Only then do I order it for myself. I bring this meticulous level of product scrutiny to my product reviews on sites like Amazon. I enjoy helping others make wise buying decisions by drawing attention to well-made products (or steering clear from the bad ones.)
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This is the watermelon slicer you’ve seen on TV, or a version of it, and it works just as well as the ads show. I wasn’t expecting that.
The QICENT 2.5″ SATA to USB 3.0 hard drive enclosure is a great value for a variety of uses, from making your own portable storage to PC repair applications.
A good – nearly great – case for the Galaxy S7 Edge, and yet it still isn’t the day-to-day case I use on my phone.
The flagship Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge has far, far too many faults for an Android smartphone of this pedigree and price.
The Ove Glove works good for indoor ovens, but it’s not really great for BBQ grill use as this Amazon listing suggests.
This portable charger has just about everything you could want: big capacity, big variety of ports, and quick charging in and out.
I had high hopes for this Galaxy S7 Edge case, but the materials and design of the case failed to hold up after two months of delicate use.
Not the best tea infuser ball on the market, but a solid and very capable strainer for large loose teas and cooking herbs.
An unexpectedly solid speaker that sounds great indoors and out… and is built tough enough to go anywhere.