These are the bargain products to avoid this Black Friday - according to Which?
Everyone loves a good deal, and Black Friday (29 Nov) brings discounts and limited time offers for shoppers to bag themselves a bargain - but don’t be blinded into buying bad products just because it’s been brought down in price.
Are you hoping to bag a bargain this Black Friday?
Which? has revealed the products that shoppers should avoid getting sucked into buying just because they’re on sale.
While the laptop has been marked down by Argos by almost 100, Which? tests labelled the product as having "bad speakers" and a "poor screen", which landed itself on the 'Don't Buy' list
With the headphone jack disappearing from mobile phones, bluetooth headphones are bigger than ever - you can save 50 on these ones this Black Friday. But according to Which? these headphones offer "poor sound quality and comfort"
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Parents are always on the lookout for a deal - but this car seat which has a 10 per cent off deal from Halfords made it on the 'Don't Buy' list because Which? tests showed a major fault in the seat in the side crash test
While you could save 10 on this vacuum at AO.com in hopes of making cleaning easier, Which? experts branded it as "terrible at pet hair" and "awful at carpets".
This corded vacuum won't make cleaning any easier either, as the consumer test from Which? stated that it was "inconvenient on stairs and high places" and "bad at negotiating uneven surfaces".
Available on sale at AppliancesDirect for less than half its original price, you might be tempted to buy this air purifier - but Which? tested branded the device as not being up to the job, placing it on the 'Don't Buy' list.