When products are available for review we will do one of two things:
- either post a new thread in this section asking for volunteers to test products - if you are interested and you fit the criteria, you reply to the thread
- or send an email to members of the Reviewer Panel who fit the criteria given to us by the company supplying the products. If you are interested, reply to the email
We will then look at the responses to either the thread or the email and select the required number of testers.
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