Nothing ticks me off more than thinking I bought something really good, and it turns out to be cheap, rotten, garbage.
Either through false claims or other means we have all fallen victim to buying a product that fell far short of our expectations.
Most recently, I purchased this...
I thought woohoo! never shave my legs again! only seconds to work!never cut myself again!
This product cost me $17.00, and it doesn't work in seconds.
Took me a full 10 minutes to do the same size area that I could swipe with a razor in 2 seconds flat, and the hair grew back at the same rate as if I
shaved it off with a 25 cent razor.
I'll never use it..just let it collect dust in my bathroom cupboard.
So what products have you bought that you wish you hadn't?
Share it here and spare us the trouble and expense.
(yes I know I could look up product reviews online..but I'm always here )
My electronic drum set.
Usually with those you can change the heads or the pads when they get old or damaged.
Mine i bought just assuming that was the case.
It turns out once you ruin the pad the kit is finished.
Its a drumset so obviously they will get beat up and bashed around.
They made it so you can't upgrade anything or replace anything.
Whoever heard of a company that doesn't sell parts for its products??
If I had my way I would just
sorry for you buying that womanly product XD
lets see...i usualy am too smart by now to buy some appliance without reading on the net,saved my ass MANY times,peoples voice rulz XD
i once got a NEO MP3 player,broken a** piece of ****.
ihave a panasonic car cd player,not so bad,but with the bump protection,when i go throw a small hole in the ground the music stops for a couple of
seconds and sometimes the disk comes out with the E2 ERROR,i know its protection but it SUCKS,go buy a USB player,put ur usb in,and dont deal with cds
becoming corrupted or music starting to loop the same sentence 20 times FRIKKIN nasty.
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