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lets face it "product test feedback threads" are unread by everyone who didnt get the stuff arnte they?

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KaySirah Mon 22-Aug-11 11:55:16

really?

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GypsyMoth Mon 22-Aug-11 11:56:32

They are for the company sending the goods out to be tested rather than non involved mumsnetters!

tethersend Mon 22-Aug-11 11:56:47

To be fair, I don't think they're even read by the people who get the stuff either. Post and run grin

KaySirah Mon 22-Aug-11 11:56:51

yes but its the PR and advertising through them that counts isnt it

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KaySirah Mon 22-Aug-11 11:57:05

and as for the tomato seeds threa d- cheapskates

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cyb Mon 22-Aug-11 12:01:03

I hide. Am ruthless hider.

KaySirah Mon 22-Aug-11 12:01:35

i hide
i dont give a fuck about other peoples husbands ironing - like its a novelty ffs

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AuntieMonica Mon 22-Aug-11 12:09:59

would you be interested in testing this brew KaySirah? grin

put your feet up and chill for a bit, destress, then you won't worry about threads you have no interest in wink

KaySirah Mon 22-Aug-11 12:11:10

i cant
i am ON RANT LOCK™

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tethersend Mon 22-Aug-11 12:37:22

Fuck it, I got a fridge. A FRIDGE.

I'll type out the complete works of Shakespere on the feedback thread if I have to.

festi Mon 22-Aug-11 12:43:46

well actually im going to carry on reading the blobo one as I am interested in buying so want to see how others get on with the trial.

willow Mon 22-Aug-11 12:50:05

There are product test feedback threads?

ilovesprouts Fri 26-Aug-11 17:38:46

ive won a few feedback tests grin love em

Haberdashery Sat 01-Oct-11 21:22:12

I read the Sunbites one because I was curious to know if everyone else found them as disgusting as I do (I didn't apply to be a tester because the thought of ever having to eat any more of them makes me heave). It turns out it's mainly just me and most people like them.

Wiifitmama Sat 01-Oct-11 21:29:30

I have read some. The one with room filters for asthmatic kids was really interesting. And the fridge one. I don't red them ll, but definitely some.

Triggles Mon 03-Oct-11 05:35:31

I read some of them. It's actually helpful to see the feedback if it's a product I'm interested in purchasing. It often can point out negatives or positives that are quite helpful.

pengymum Mon 10-Oct-11 15:57:08

I dip into them - particularly if it is something I will use but I then did get one of the Samsung bad boys (American style fridge freezer) when I first joined ....
slinks away to stroke the said bad boy grin

AnnetteProfit Mon 10-Oct-11 15:57:34

i find even the ones I win boring

Trills Mon 10-Oct-11 16:03:20

I didn't like the Sunbites Haber - and I said so.

I think the feedback threads are for the people running the promotion to read, I don't think they expect other people to read it.

kotinka Fri 09-Dec-11 19:59:39

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

NewGirlHelenMumsnet (MNHQ) Mon 12-Dec-11 10:08:43

kotinka - you can sign up to be a member of our research panel here and we'll contact you from time to time when we have product tests and surveys happening. We also sticky product test and survey threads on active conversations when we're looking for more people so keep your eye on active too!

Peachy Mon 12-Dec-11 10:11:19

Haberdashery- nah, we hate sunbites too: DH worked for a linked company when they were launched and we were given boxes: we couldn;t give them away, not once people tasted them.

jimswifein1964 Mon 12-Dec-11 10:13:59

I read the asda uniform one, because its shit - but I still but it because its so cheap -wanted to see if other people did the same grin

GossipMonger Mon 13-Feb-12 20:37:04

I got a WII!!! and loads of games!!!!

I will product feedback ANYTHING for Mumsnet!!

though-the-choc-porridge-was-rank

FruitShootsAreALittleHorrit Mon 13-Feb-12 20:39:48

I read the fridge freezer one until I was overcome with jealousy and couldn't read anymore

We are still looking for a fridge freezer so any recommendations?, are the plumbed in ones actually worth it? <shameless thread hijack attempt>

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