I'll review it after I've used it a few months.
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To the Drop team: no need to remind me to write a review on a product three or four weeks after it arrives. If I want to give my initial impressions, I'll do so in the discussion section. In my opinion, there are always too many reviews from people who have barely used the item or not at all, and this habit should be discouraged. Some things can be reviewed after just a few days or weeks, I suppose, but a watch or knife? A year of at least intermittent use is a more reasonable period of time.
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LuckyLuke575
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May 31, 2020
This is perfectly logical reasoning
dragoneyes
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May 11, 2020
It's automated across the board, I would think.
jaxtrauma
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May 25, 2020
I know what you mean. I guess they're trying to capitalize on the 'honeymoon effect', which is probably the corollary to buyer's remorse. If you have 'it' a while, you might not love 'it' as much; but drop needs to understand that some of their more expensive items may take time to get broken-in and/or accustomed to. I try to avoid snap judgments as a rule. Trust us, drop. we'll let you know if your product lives up to it's price tag. On the other hand, they might just be afraid their stuff won't last...
Leoanger
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May 26, 2020
I think it's simply a matter of getting a bunch of reviews up in a short time. Good reviews sell, and if most of the products appear to be made well, 'table-top' reviews are likely to be positive.