Post By oldsoldier
1. Some reviews are paid for by the vendor and therefore may not represent an independent view of the product. In some cases they are a form of advertising, and adverts don't tell you what is wrong with the product.
2. Reviewers' websites may contain affiliate links, and an enthusiastic review might lead you to click a link and then purchase the product.
* Please always consider if the review may be leading you to buy a product and result in paying a fee to the reviewer (called an affiliate commission).
* Honest reviews always flag up faults - because no product is perfect.
* No review of a brand new product just received by a reviewer can be considered accurate: faults may not show up for a few days.