We’re out and about this week, spreading the word about Which? around the capital’s train stations. Going to be in the area? Come and have a chat with us.
As our members will know, we’re incredibly proud of our rigorous product testing. We believe we go further by anyone else by testing products in the way people use them in real life.
We’re an independent consumer champion, so you can trust our reviews because they can’t be bought. There’s no advertising in our magazine or on our site.
Taking Which? on the road
We want to get that message out there. When some people think ‘Which?’, it’s easy for the mind to wonder to white goods – “they’re the ones who test the washing machines, right? And the dishwashers?”
Right, but there’s so much more to know about us. That’s why we’re out and about this week, spreading the word.
— Adam French (@thatadamfrench) November 5, 2019
It was an early start for me this morning! By 7am I was already having an in-depth chat with someone looking for a new fridge-freezer.
Interestingly, he was unaware of the new safety standard and the risk of plastic-backed models. He loved that we tell you what not to buy, as well as what you should.
As the morning went on I discussed the importance of our research into fake reviews with several commuters.
It was also great to meet and chat with several current Which? members, who were passing through by chance. If you happen to be in London this week, please do stop for a chat!
Our team will be at Fenchurch Street from 7am to 7pm on Wednesday, and Charing Cross from 7am to 7pm on Thursday.
While these three days are limited to London at the moment, we’re sure to be out and about across the country in the near future. We’ll continue to show off the work we do, and the achievements that your support has made possible to the country.
We’re hoping to see you soon!