Over the course of the last few years I have looked at a wide range of exercise devices and equipment, all claiming to help tone and strengthen abdominal muscles. Now that I have started to develop a rather serious case of “muffin top”, I decided it was time to get serious and do something before it is too late.
I was pretty excited to try out the Walkfit, having suffered an ankle injury playing basketball when I was younger. I’ve tried a whole lot of ankle braces and foot inserts with mixed luck. Some work for a while and then wear out and a lot of them do not help at all.
The Sodastream has captured the imagination of many people with it’s revolutionary concept; you can make your own Soda! I was eager to test this concept out for myself, after seeing one of the infomercials on TV.
I’d heard a lot about the No No Hair Removal system both via TV infomercials and some friends who had tried it with mixed success. My wife had been looking for a hair removal device like this for a while, so I decided to try it out on her (lucky her).
Having seen the numerous infomercials on late night television depicting the Magic Bullet as the one kitchen tool I simply could not live without, I decided to order one for myself.
Sitting up late one night I watched one of the many infomercials about the Ab Rocket Twister. Struck with how easy the models made it look to use, I ordered one in the hopes it worked half as well as it did on television.
It can be hard to find a vacuum cleaner that is reasonably priced, has great suction, and can be used on both carpeted and bare floors. Thanks to the selection of included attachments, the Shark Navigator Lift Away seems to meet all of these needs quite successfully.
I consider myself to be a fairly practical person when it comes to buying new tools. Very rarely do I ever believe that an “As seen on TV” product will ever perform up to the images portrayed in the infomercials. When it comes to lawn care tools I have found that most of these tools never come close to working as advertised.
In most cases we have always been wary of any type of “all-in-one” device, whether it is a tool for our woodshop or a new appliance for the kitchen. I have seen far too many commercials for appliances that promise to slice, dice, chop, and crush virtually anything you will ever use to prepare food in your home, most of which fail miserably.
My collection of kitchen knives has always been a hit and miss selection of odds and ends. Having seen the commercials for the Miracle Blade cutlery set frequently on television and more than one infomercial, I decided it was time for me to give them a try.