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  • The Best Nut Cracker: "Does It Work?"

    The Best Nut Cracker: "Does It Work?"

    Tuesday, October 26 2010 11:41 PM EDT2010-10-27 03:41:44 GMT
    If you're planning a holiday get together with nuts on the menu, or if you just like the quest of cracking your own shells, we may have a product for you.More >>
  • "Does it Work?": Mighty Mendit

    "Does it Work?": Mighty Mendit

    Tuesday, October 27 2009 11:54 PM EDT2009-10-28 03:54:07 GMT
    If duct tape did everything East Texans tried to use it for, KLTV would be covered with it, but it doesn't. So we decided to put a product called "Mighty Mendit" to the "Does it Work?" test. More >>
  • "Does It Work?": Loud 'n' Clear

    "Does It Work?": Loud 'n' Clear

    Wednesday, September 16 2009 12:15 AM EDT2009-09-16 05:15:46 GMT
    It looks like one of those bluetooth hands-free cell phone devices. But it's really a super-duper hearing device. You've seen the loud n clear on countless commericals. And tonight our joe terrell puts it, and the claims you've seen on tv to the "Does It Work?" test.More >>
  • Nicer Dicer: "Does It Work?"

    Nicer Dicer: "Does It Work?"

    Wednesday, August 5 2009 12:11 AM EDT2009-08-05 05:11:21 GMT
    Think back to the first "As Seen On TV" product commercial you remember seeing. Chances are, if it wasn't some fishing tool, it was something that sliced and diced. Little has changed. They're still cranking them out. And this week, we put a product called the "Nicer Dicer" to the "Does It Work?" test.More >>
  • "Does It Work?"-2/10/09

    One Touch Jar Opener: "Does It Work?"

    One Touch Jar Opener: "Does It Work?"

    It wasn't too long ago, we talked to a woman who told us her arthritis condition had gotten so bad in her hands, she actually made her grocery buying decisions based on what she thought she'd be able to open. That's probably why we've gotten so many emails from folks wanting us to test the One Touch Jar Opener. More >>
  • 12/25/07-

    Magic Bullet: "Does It Work?"

    The box makes the same claim you see on TV. The Magic Bullet is supposed to be capable of doing virtually any job in the kitchen, in 10 seconds or less, with no mess and no fuss.  We find out if it's true. More >>
  • "Does It Work?"-4/4/06

    Kapoosh: "Does It Work?"

    Kapoosh: "Does It Work?"

    A good set of knives is a "must" around the kitchen. Either you're missing one from the set, or you've acquired extras over the years. If that sounds like the story at your house, or if you just love gadgets, this week's "Does It Work?" is for you. More >>
  • "Does It Work?"-12/5/06

    Line Chaserz: "Does It Work?"

    This time every year, we like to feature a couple of new toys on our "Does it Work?" report. The Line Chaserz are not real expensive and offer up that kind of endless fun we all liked as kids. But first, the Line Chaserz must pass the "Does It Work?" test. More >>
  • "Does It Work"-6/27/06

    Luma Tweeze: "Does It Work?"

    Luma Tweeze: "Does It Work?"

    The Luma Tweeze professional lighted tweezers "makes tweezing easy," it says on the packaging.  The Luma Tweeze has a light on the end and a built-in flip up magnifier. More >>
  • "Does It Work?" - 5/18/04

    Liquid Lense: "Does It Work?"

    Liquid Lense: "Does It Work?"

    It's one of the most requested products we've ever had for our "Does It Work?" series. This week, we're looking to save you hundreds of dollars in replacement costs for those eyeglasses that have suffered a nasty scratch or two, or three. The product is called Liquid Lense. It's heavily advertised, and makes some incredible claims. And this week, those claims meet the "Does It Work?" test. More >>
  • 6/29/04-Tyler

    Laser Straight: "Does It Work?"

    Laser Straight: "Does It Work?"

    In the 20s, 30s and 40s, it was laser beams and laser guns-- futuristic sci-fi gadgets that filled the pages of comic books. These days, lasers are a common reality, accomplishing tasks like improving our vision and performing complex surgeries. But they have more simple uses too... things like laser pointers and the gadget we're testing in this week's "Does It Work?" report. More >>
  • Micro Grill: "Does It Work?"

    Micro Grill: "Does It Work?"

    A lot of products we test on "Does It Work?" make use of the microwave oven. It's like the makers of these "as seen on TV" products haven't moved past their 1975 fascination with the microwave. And again this week, we have another product that tries to find another use for the microwave. This time we're turning it into a grill with the Micro Grill. Question is: "Does It Work?"More >>
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    Moon Sand: "Does It Work?"

    Moon Sand: "Does It Work?"

    It won't be long before you hear the kids' familiar chant: "There's nothing to do." This time of year on "Does It Work?," we like to test at least one product with the kids in mind. This one, its makers say, is all the fun of the beach, without the mess. This week, we put Moon Sand to the "Does It Work?" test.More >>
  • 4/24/07

    Meatball Magic: "Does It Work?"

    Meatball Magic: "Does It Work?"

    Recently on "Does It Work?", we've tested spaghetti pots and parmesan cheese graters. So it was just a matter of time before we found a meatball maker to complete our "as seen on TV" Italian dinner. More >>
  • "Does It Work?" - 6/14/05

    Mr. Clean Auto Dry Car Wash: "Does It Work?"

    Mr. Clean Auto Dry Car Wash: "Does It Work?"

    Looking to save some time next time you wash your car? We may have a new idea for you. Mr. Clean, the bald guy you've known for years, is now in the car washing business and has a new product he claims will make it easier than ever to wash your car. He's even taken a whole step out of the proccess. But, "Does It Work?" More >>
  • 6/15/04 - Tyler

    Mr. Clean Magic Eraser: "Does It Work?"

    Mr Clean Magic Eraser: "Does It Work?"

    Ground in dirt and grime got you down? Have the kids been creative with crayons on your walls? If the answers to these questions are "yes" and "yes", you need to try this week's "Does It Work?" product.  It's called the Mr. Clean Magic Eraser and Mr. Clean claims it erases stuff other products can only dream about. Question is: "Does It Work?" More >>
  • "Does It Work?"-12/21/04

    Motorized Rotor Coin Sorter: "Does It Work?"

    Motorized Roto Coin Sorter: "Does It Work?"

    The Motorized Roto Sorter box claims it's "hours of motorized fun." You may have seen it work on TV, but is it worth a nickel in real life? We'll see. More >>
  • "Does It Work?"-1/16/07

    Nathan's Reversible Stovetop Grill & Griddle: " Does It Work?"

    Story Airs 5/9/05- Nathan's Reversible Stovetop Grill & Griddle: " Does It Work?"

    Never let rain spoil your grilling plans again. Indoor grilling is supposed to be possible with this week's "Does It Work?" product.More >>
  • 7/27/04

    Nyce Legs: "Does It Work?"

    Nyce Legs: "Does It Work?"

    Get the look of nylons without the hassle. We couldn't wait to test hosiery in a can. And Lynn Jones was the brave soul who volunteered to help us out. More >>
  • "Does It Work"-9/12/06

    One Touch Can Opener: "Does It Work?"

    One Touch Can Opener: "Does It Work?"

    It's the hands-free can opener. With one touch the One Touch literally walks around the can until it is open, then shuts off automatically.  But "Does It Work?"   More >>
  • 3/25/08

    Open X: "Does It Work?"

    Open X: "Does It Work?"

    "Does it Work?" is still on a quest to find a product that can open those hard plastic retail packages. We understand why manufacturers have to theft proof their packages.  We just wish the honest people who pay for them, didn't have to work so hard to get to the product out when they get it home.   So, two weeks after giving one product in this category a "no," (the iSlice) "Does it Work?" tries again.   We put The Amazing Open X to the "Does it Work?" test. More >>
  • "Does It Work"-8/2/05

    Owl Magnifier: "Does It Work?"

    The Owl Magnifier: "Does It Work?"

    Eyes not quite working like they used to? Do you have trouble reading especially small print? If that sounds like you, we may have found a product you'll want to slip into your wallet. It's called the Owl Credit Card Size Magnifier & Light. But first, it has to pass the "Does It Work?" test. More >>
  • "Does It Work?": 1/20/04

    Ove Glove: "Does It Work?"

    Ove Glove: "Does It Work?"

    It's not just an oven mit. It's a "hot surface handler". And perhaps it deserves that special billing. Afterall, the Ove Glove is made of Kevlar, the stuff that makes bullet proof vests bullet prove. It also contains another Dupont product called Nomex, worn by race car drivers and firefighters for its heat and flame resistance. This week we put the Ove Glove and all these fancy names to the "Does It Work?" test. More >>
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