Reviewing an unfamiliar toy?

Reviewing an unfamiliar toy?

Kkay Kkay
Does anyone have tips on reviewing when the type of toy is new to you?
08/29/2011
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Jul!a Jul!a
Do some research on it. Look at other reviews for similar items and note what those reviewers chose to cover in their review, and think about what you would want to read if you were the one reading it. All you can do is your best, and I'm more than happy to take a look at anything you're working on if you want to message me about it
08/29/2011
Antipova Antipova
I'd second what Sam says---read reviews of similar items and see what they cover. I'd also suggest thinking about "as a first-time user of this kind of toy, what am I most nervous about, as far as how this toy will work?" and "what will make this one different from other first-of-this-kind choices I could have made?"

You can also look up a mentor who specializes in that kind of toy from the list of mentors, and take an extra class. You can still learn a lot, even after you're advanced.
08/29/2011
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