How to use Product Reviews
- Go to the Amazon product detail page you want to research.
- Copy the URL or ASIN in your browser’s web address bar.
- Go to ProductReviews.org
- At the top of the page, inside the box with the text “Find Amazon Products” paste the URL of the Amazon product and then press the Enter key.
On Product Reviews, the top of the product page displays a photo of the product, the product name, and the price. You may set up an Amazon Price Watch by clicking the link below. Enter your email address and the amount you wish to pay. If the price falls below that amount, you will receive an email informing you of the price decrease.
A chart containing the pricing history for Amazon, third-party sellers, and third-party sellers supplying the product utilized can be found further down the page.
How to Bookmark Product Reviews
- Navigate to the page Product Reviews
- Click the Star button on the right side of the address bar. You can also press Ctrl/⌘ Cmd+D
- Name your bookmark. By default, your new bookmark will have the same name as the page's title. Click the current name in the pop-out window to enter a new name. You can also edit the description by clicking on it beneath the name.
- Modify the address. You can edit the address of the URL by clicking on it in the pop-out window. This can be useful if you're on a subpage but want to add a bookmark for the leading site.
- Organize the bookmark. Chrome allows you to browse through your bookmark folders in the bookmark pop-out window. The bookmark is added to the "Other bookmarks" folder by default.
- Click the "Add to folder" button at the bottom of the bookmark pop-out window.
- Navigate to the bookmark folder you want to add the bookmark to using the > and < buttons.
- Create a new folder in your current location by typing in a folder name and clicking "Create."
- Show or hide the Bookmarks Bar. In Chrome, the bookmarks bar is located directly underneath the address bar. It will display all of your bookmark folders and bookmark bar bookmarks. Clicking the >> button on the far right of the bar will display everything that doesn't fit.
- You can toggle the bookmarks bar by pressing Ctrl/⌘ Cmd+⇧ Shift+B or by clicking the Chrome menu button (☰), selecting "Bookmarks," and then clicking "Show bookmarks bar."
- If your bookmarks bar is showing, you can drag a website's icon directly onto the bar to quickly add it as a bookmark.
- Manage your bookmarks. You can open the bookmark manager if you want to browse, organize, and manage all of your bookmarks. Press Ctrl/⌘ Cmd+⇧ Shift+O or click the Chrome menu button (☰), select "Bookmarks," and then click "Bookmark manager." This will open the Bookmark Manager in a new tab.
- The sidebar on the left will display your bookmarks bar and folders. The newest Chrome versions will also generate "Auto folders," which attempt to group bookmarks together based on context.
- Click the ✓ button to select multiple bookmarks at once.
- Click and drag bookmarks to move them to different folders. You can also use the "Move to Folder" drop-down menu at the top of the window when you have multiple items selected.
- Delete a bookmark by clicking the ⋮ button next to bookmarking and selecting "Delete". You can also click the "Delete" button in the upper-right corner when multiple bookmarks are selected.
Is Product Reviews Accurate?
Product Reviews' data is typically correct. The service examines millions of goods in nine geographical regions daily and multiple times per hour in some situations. However, because Amazon product prices might change every 24 hours, the lowest or highest price on a given day may not be caught. As a result, rather than focusing on an exceptionally high or low point, it is generally preferable to examine pricing trends across time. Is a product, for example, usually on sale during particular holidays? And, if yes, what was the previous sale price?
Product Reviews optimizes updating pricing information for goods watched by the Price Watch function. So, if you want to track a particular product, you should make a tracker.