Top critical review
They're probably just fine
Reviewed in the United States on November 5, 2018
A day or two after I received these fondue forks, the seller sent me a lengthy e-mail pleading for a review. This is that review.
I opened the box, and inside were what appear to be twelve nice fondue forks. I see no reason they will not work for their appointed purpose, though I have not yet even taken them out of the box. They're fondue forks. What else are they supposed to do? Poke lazy co-workers so they'll wake up and get to work? I guess they could be used for that too.
One of these days I'm scheduled to make some fondue, and I'll try these forks. I'm sure they'll rate at least a "4" then, even if I see no glimmer of a reason to submit another review unless, which may the heavens forefend, the fondue forks should melt into the hot cheese.
What I DON'T appreciate is a lengthy harangue from the seller demanding, in lovely passive-aggressive terms, an immediate review, and promising to fix anything that goes wrong with these fondue forks. Go wrong? Huh? The box seemed to open well. It seemed to contain a dozen nice fondue forks.
So I'll be generous and give these a "3" despite the seller, because I'm sure they're just dandy fondue forks. If the seller had practiced the virtue of patience and waited until I had a chance to use them, I may even have given them a "5." Not now, though.
Dear seller. Sit down. Chill out. Make some fondue. Eat it. Relax. Try out your fondue forks and see if they work.
I know I'm supposed to rate the product only, and I gladly do that regularly. In this case, though, the seller forces judging them as well.