Infomercial Products: Do they Really Work?

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Infomercials: What’s worth it and what’s not?

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Infomercials: What’s worth it and what’s not?

Good Housekeeping Research Institute’s Rachel Rothman grades the products sold on those late-night infomercials.

Infomercials are a staple of late-night TV that tempt us to pick up the phone and order before inventory runs out. But do the products actually deliver?

Here’s what Rachel Rothman, technical and engineering director at the GoodHouseekping’s Research InstituteGerri Willis

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<2>1. Bacon Bowl ($10 for two sets)

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Rothman’s Take:<2>2. Vidalia Chop Wizard ($20, plus shipping and handling)


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Rothman’s Take<2>3. Snuggie ($20, plus shipping and handling)


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Rothman’s Take:<2>4. Shake Weight ($10 plus shipping and handling)


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