What Is An Open Thread?

Our goal at Aldi Reviewer is to be the most comprehensive source of information about Aldi and Aldi-related products on the internet. We try to accomplish that through our news stories, features, and, as our name suggests, product reviews.

Unfortunately, we have limits. We pay out of pocket for each and every product we buy, and we don’t exactly have a warehouse to store everything we purchase. There are some products we’d really like to review but we don’t have the money or space to do it, and there are other products that we do review only to see Aldi go with a different style of that product the next year. For those reasons, we have to be selective about which products we pick up.

At the same time, we think it’s important to have a presence even on products that we don’t buy and personally review, especially big-ticket items that people are bound to have questions about. Some of those items have virtually no presence at all on the internet. The very reason we started Aldi Reviewer is because we couldn’t find information on products we were thinking about buying, and we think it would be a shame that the items people have the most questions about are the least likely to be online because of the cost to buy and review them.

That’s where open threads come in. An open thread is a rundown of what we know about a product based on what we’ve learned in the past or what Aldi has released on its website. Our hope is that we can at least create a small community where product owners and prospective buyers can talk about what they liked and didn’t like about the product.

If you do visit an open thread and you have experience with or questions about a product, feel free to chime in. (Just be mindful of our Community Guidelines.)

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