Anyone else find those 5 * reviews written by Grandmas who've not seen the product come out of the box but who've been told that 'apparently it's fantastic and my grandson/daughter loves it' a complete waste of time? Why do people write reviews when they've only seen it in the box?
Just so frustrating as the whole point of them is to help me to decide whether it'll be as good as it looks in the box, catalogue/ on the product's listed details. Don't reviewers realise that? Like writing 'I wonder.' as an answer to a comprehension question for someone to copy.
Exactly. The product might be shite, but if a child was made to tell grandma that it was wonderful, it arrives in time and was a bargain (to the reviewer, even if not to you as prices change), then that's just dandy. Haha