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Use this tag for questions about the effectiveness of products which are sold to end consumers. Typically this is used for claims about products when there is no more specific tag available, such as [medicaments] or [natural-remedies].

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Yes, The Lego Group produces more Lego tires than tire companies produce "real" tires. The Wikipedia article for Lego Tires says: All tires (and wheels) for Lego products are manufactured by Lego …
answered Oct 23 '13 by SIMEL
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This "Bioguard X" bracelet is a hoax. The Ministry of Health Israel has issued a statement (translated from Hebrew) saying: The Ministry of Health would like to inform the public that after inspe …
answered May 16 '12 by SIMEL
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I've encountered it in several places, mainly in public/hotel toilets, but also in my sister's old apartment, where people are asked to not throw anything (except for bodily waste) including toilet pa …
asked Apr 29 '12 by SIMEL
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UPDATE: Funny or Die have admitted that the video is a hoax on their site. Original answer: The "Huvr board" is most probably a hoax product. In addition to Jwenting's answer depicting the probl …
answered Mar 5 '14 by SIMEL
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They probably do. While I couldn't find evidence for Louis Vuitton destroying their unsold products, except for the original article, there are proof for other companies doing it. H&M and Wal-Mart: …
answered Oct 1 '12 by SIMEL