Did Bob Villa really say that Grassology will fix brown patches or you’ll get all of your money back? Better listen again and read our review of this TV commercial!
Is the new Pocket Hose ULTRA really better than the original, and can we really get two of them for only $12.99? Read our review of this commercial to find out.
The commercial for The Kansas City Railroad Pocket Watch seems to tell us that the watch is a finely crafted, valuable, ‘certified’ collectable, but is that really what it says?
This commercial for the Aero Knife, complete with what appears to be cheap parlor tricks to fool us, might hit a new low in TV advertising!
The TV commercial for the Pocket Hose featuring Richard Karn seems to tell us that the Pocket Hose is small, light and durable. But is that what the commercial really says? We take a close and careful look at the wording used in the TV commercial in our review.
The Olde Brooklyn Lantern is a low-priced LED “lantern” advertised as far better than “old style, weak flashlights”. Key phrases and claims made by the Brooklyn Lantern TV commercial: Provides a brighter, whiter light that fills the whole room – “Room” is a subjective term. Although surely the light could fill a tiny room, according […]
We review the “Titanic Pendant” TV commercial and point out several very deceiving statements. We review the ad, not the product!