Consumer Reports Buying Guide

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Consumer Reports, Nov 19, 2005 - Business & Economics - 357 pages
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In today's marketplace, there are an array of products that can be purchased and several ways to buy them. Consumers today are faced with numerous choices when deciding on which products to purchase. The choice ultimately comes down to the consumers specific wants and needs. "Is this the right product for me? Will I get my money's worth in this product? Which brand is the best for me?" What it all comes down to is... Are consumers' doing their homework to determine the best value out there that will fulfill their wants and needs? Consumer Reports Buying Guide 2006 is an ideal resource for consumers. It's a one-stop source for making intelligent, money saving purchases for all home buying needs. This compact reference guide contains over 900 brand-name ratings along with invaluable information on what products are available, important features, latest trends and expert advice for: "Home office equipment "Digital cameras and camcorders "Home entertainment "Cellular Phones "Home and yard tools "Kitchen appliances "Vacuum cleaners and washing machines "Reviews of 2006 cars, minivans, pickups and SUV's "And so much more! From refrigerators to home theater systems, Consumer Reports Buying Guide 2006 prepares consumers with pertinent information in selecting a suitable product for their needs. Using this guide will ultimately pay off in valuable product knowledge, time saved, and perhaps paying a lower price.

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Contents

Buying Advice at Your Fingertips
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CONSUMERS UNION
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Shopping Strategies to Get Best Values
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Consumer Reports is located in Yonkers, NY and for more than 70 years has tested and reported on products of every form, size and shape, including consumer electronics, autos, appliances, baby products, and health and financial services. Consumer Reports is trusted for its expert unbiased testing and reporting, and for the fact that it does not take advertising and is beholden to no commercial interest.

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