Review of Zoomies: Popular Site, You’re Not Stupid, Investigates if They Are Worth Buying

Popular review site expands into tech and gadgetry with review of magnifying electronic spectacles.

Men always carry a secret desire to be a secret agent, and this is reflected most prevalently in their love of gadgets and gizmos. Not all these are created equal, and for anyone looking to buy an amusing or entertaining gift for a young boy or the young at heart, it can sometimes be difficult to understand what makes a gadget fun or cheesy. You’re Not Stupid brings authentic user reviews together for a wide range of products, and now tackles Zoomies, determining whether or not the product is worth the asking price and whether its features are as effective as the advertisers claim.

The You’re Not Stupid Zoomies Binoculars review begins with an introduction summarizing the product and its place in the market before asserting the advertisers claims. It then breaks down the products actual list of features before analyzing them from pros and cons, all in easy bullet point form for ready digestion. The review then goes on to make a recommendation on the product as well as a star rating.

The review is one of many such reviews of a whole host of products, and like those, provides additional information on the best place to purchase such products while getting the best deal, including moneyback guarantees, no shipping cost and sometimes exclusive discount codes, making consumer decision making easier than ever.

A spokesperson for You’re Not Stupid explained, “The gadget is surprisingly applicable in a wide variety of areas as an aid to other activities as diverse as hunting or crafting in the workshop. Zoomies offer long range binocular vision, short range magnification, have a sunshade filter to reduce glare and light damage to the eye, and can be switched back and forth hands free so they’re only used when needed, without the neck strain of heavier standard binoculars. While a novelty, our review shows they can be more than just a fun item and can double as a legitimate tool.”

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You’re Not Stupid posts in depth consumer reviews of products that have been advertised on TV. Each product is tested in a real home environment before giving both positive and negative feedback, including rating the products attributes.

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