Consumer magazine brings you independent test reports, best-buy recommendations and advice 11 times a year.
In the July 2017 issue you’ll find ...
- Anti-ageing cosmetics claims - We’ve looked at claims touted by 9 anti-ageing products.
- Stockings - Our test of 10 well-known brands found you don’t need to shell out top dollar for a decent pair.
- Free-range eggs - Free-range claims aren’t meeting consumers’ expectations.
- Energy providers - The big 5 power companies lag behind in satisfaction stakes.
- Flued gas heaters - Are they good enough to topple heat pumps?
- Dehumidifiers - Our test uncovers 2 of the best models we’ve seen.
- Mobile phones - New models get mixed reception.
- Rangehoods - Remove steam and smells while you’re cooking.
- Laundry detergents - Our test tackles the toughest stains.
- Dishwashers - Clearing the air about drip-dried dishes.
- Freezers - Chest or upright — which will suit your kitchen best?
- Tablet computers - Our latest test round-up.
- Veggie Bullet - We give it a whirl for 5 nights.
- Consumer NZ issues dating site warning
- “Laybuy” name risks misleading consumers
- Consumer NZ board election results
- Pigcare label risked misleading consumers
- Property manager gives bad smoke alarm advice
- Probiotics - Are probiotic supplements really good for your health?
- Letters from July 2017 - This month’s letters involve a faulty modem, a warped laminate floor and a price estimate for retrofitting double glazing to a home.