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Is there a website that does actual REVIEWS of subzero, thermador

Posted by TXDUKES (My Page) on
Tue, Jul 22, 14 at 14:01

Planning a complete kitchen renovation, I am looking to replace 23 year old , original appliances, namely 48" Subzero and wine cooler, Thermador gas cooktop with downdraft and warming drawer, Jennair double oven, kitchenaid dishwasher,etc.

what I need is detailed, informative reviews on each of the high-end appliances I'm purchasing. Is there a website or other where I can get good information, from either professionals or consumers? Consumer reports is a joke. ( Their reviews are outdated before print, and they don't review top end stuff very often.) Or should I post here by specific brand and appliance?

Considering complete kitchen in either SubZero/Wolf or Thermador or other.....Suggestions?


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RE: Is there a website that does actual REVIEWS of subzero, therm

Welcome to the forum. There aren't really any professional reviews out there of high end appliances. I agree with you Consumer Reports is a joke. There is also Reviewed.com but I think that's a joke also and neither of them do high end stuff.

If you're looking for user reviews, though, you've found yourself in the right place. A good starting point is to do a search for discussions that have already happened here about that brand. I guarantee you pretty much every appliance brand has been mentioned at least once on this website. And of course, post a list of the appliances you want for us to give feedback on. We'll tell you if it looks good or needs work.

Good luck!


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