Consumer Reports 2000 Buying Guide

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Consumer Reports Books, 1999 - Reference - 350 pages
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A revised and updated handbook reviewing a wide variety of products, from cars to washing machines, from a trusted and experienced testing service offers information on product reliability, repair history, and more, giving objective and practical advice on intelligent purchasing. Original.

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A helpful tool when purchasing large items

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It does not contain all the brands but does contain those most common at appliance stores. Useful when purchasing new cookware appliances gadgets etc. Read full review


Catalog shopping
Extended warranties
Brand repair histories

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About the author (1999)

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.

Consumer Reports Magazine Consumer Reports distributes its unbiased and independently tested information in several different forms. They have monthly newsletters, special publications, telephone information and television and radio programs. The monthly newsletters cover health and travel and the special publications cover a wide variety of topics from automobiles to baby products. The telephone service helps the consumer get the best deal on new and used cars. Consumer Reports covers the standard subjects of automobiles to household items and also includes information on subjects that range from food chains, traveling to mutual funds.

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