Hi there! And thanks for visiting. But we’re pretty sure you didn’t just stop by to say “hello” – you’re probably here because you saw a commercial about such-and-such a gadget that claims to do this-that-or-the-other-thing for your hair, tummy, or perhaps your lawn. The spokesperson may promise it will remove stains with no scrubbing, help you lose weight while you sleep, make old furniture shine with a secret Amish formula, or even cure the common cold. But is it just a bunch of B.S.?
That’s where we step in. We want to help you see through the jargon, bypass the hype, and cut-to-the-chase about what these products actually DO vs what they promise.
Our mission is to evaluate so-called “As Seen On TV” products as soon as they are unleashed, dissecting their claims so that you can make an informed decision. We invite you not only to look around and read, but also to speak your mind and let your voice be heard! Tell us about the products you’ve tried. Let us know if something is a scam, or, for that matter, if it’s the greatest invention since sliced bread.
If you’ve got a lot to say, feel free to write a full review, or simply leave a comment at the bottom of the appropriate product page. Our community is growing every day, helping others by sharing information. Knowledge is power!
We promise to be unbiased and non-partisan. We are not affiliated with any company or brand. We don’t get a commission on any sales. We are not a front for any organization.
We are a small team of visionaries concerned for the well-being of our visitors (aka YOU.) We want to make sure you are not wasting your hard-earned cash on some junky product just because you saw it while half-asleep watching late-night or early-morning TV.
So, instead of being in-the-dark about what’s good and what’s a scam, we are here to switch on the (proverbial) light.
That’s why we call it Bright Reviews!
Daniel Matthews: Clear TV is no good. They over charge you and then want you to pay more to send it back. Then they say if you're not happy with it send it back for free. That's not being truthful.
Michael Maciel: Really 60 dollars for a POT that is made in China. It is very small for a kitchen with a family. I bet in a couple more years they will be at discount stores for $19.99. Plus why don't you get a...
Jocelyn : It only lasted for one day and then it just popped.
Anastasia: Used it for the first time today, it does a good job.
Laraine Silverman: When I called for my order, I asked if this "training" belt, actually permanently decreases your waist. Of course, not! Unless you sweat a lot, maybe. Okay, well I just got it and put it...