Buying Guide 2003

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Consumer Reports
Consumer Reports Books, Oct 1, 2002 - Reference - 360 pages
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Whatever your shopping style -- diligent researchers, casual browser, or determined time saver -- the current shopping scene holds new and expanding options. While shopping alternatives have grown, and the economy has shrunk, the basic smart-shopping rules remain the same: Do your homework to determine the best value.

Consumer Reports is there with its all-new 2003 edition of the Buying Guide, to help with trusted product reviews and comparisons, test results and ratings. With more than 800 product ratings plus exclusive brand repair histories for many product categories, the experts at Consumer Reports identify the best:
-- Air-Conditioners
-- Barbecue Grills
-- Camcorders
-- Cars, SUVs, pickups and minivans
-- CD players/recorders
-- Digital cameras
-- Dishwashers
-- Dryers
-- DVD players
-- Lawn mowers
-- Microwave ovens
-- More!

Whatever your shopping needs, the Consumer Reports' Buying Guide 2003 can help solve the problems of modern shopping life.

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HOME ENTERTAINMENT
14
KITCHEN LAUNDRY
57
HOME YARD
92

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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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