Over the last decade, Does it Work has tested a lot of slicers and dicers. But few have made claims as big as the Slice-o-Matic.More >> You've seen Pajama Jeans advertised on TV, but are you really brave enough to shell out the money and then go out in public hoping no one notices you're in your PJs? That's what we thought! This week we put the Pajama Jeans to the "Does it Work?" test.More >> Ladies, you know that thing where you have slacks or jeans that are just the right length for heels, but too long for flats? Joe Terrell might have the fix with a product called Style Snaps. This week, he puts them to the "Does it Work?" test.More >> Touchless systems are in public restrooms, and now an "As Seen on TV" product is bringing touchless handwashing into your home.More >> Touchless systems are in public restrooms, and now an "As Seen on TV" product is bringing touchless handwashing into your home.More >> The package boasts proudly that it automatically stirs as you cook.
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Some people, because of back or knee problems, don't bend over too well. Others, avoid bending, by choice! This time he puts the Shoedini to the Does it Work? test.More >> Picture this: Toothpaste squeezed from the middle, caked over the nozzle with hair stuck to it. Sound familiar? The Touch N Brush, a hands-free toothpaste dispenser, claims to be the solution.More >> It's the blanket with sleeves that keeps you warm while keeping your hands free. You can type, write, knit, tickle a baby or change the channel all while you stay in the comfort of your blanket.More >> With the price of groceries these days, you don't want to waste anything. All of us are looking at leftovers a little differently. That's one of the reasons "Does It Work?" is testing the Reyonlds Handi-Vac.More >> It's one of the most intimidating aspects of being a pet owner - clipping those nails. More >> It's the Julienne tool with the tough sounding name. If you've ever wanted a fancy looking "anything" on your plate...the "Titan" is your tool.More >> Perfect pasta in the microwave. That's the promise from this week's "Does it Work?" item. We put the Pasta n' More to the "Does it Work?" test. More >> If you've ever described yourself as "all thumbs" when it comes to home improvement projects, you might find yourself standing in a store looking at the Thumbs Up Driver. But first, it has to pass the Does It Work test.More >> Tupperware changed the world in the 50s and 60s...or at least changed life in the kitchen. Trouble is, the lid that matches the bowl you're using, has a way of going its own way. This week, KTRE's Joe Terrell shows us a product to solve that problem. More >> 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 >> No one likes to clean the toilets. But we found a new product that might make the dirty job, a little cleaner.More >> It's one of the most intimidating aspects of being a pet owner - clipping those nails. Apparently you agree, because in the six and a half years since we started testing "Does It Work?" products, there haven't been many we've had more requests for. More >> A new little invention can make a clean shave. We put the Save A Blade to the Does It Work Test?More >> Joe Terrell puts the Pancake Puffs to the "Does It Work?" test.More >> Many have tried to build a better mousetrap but most of us still buy the old one. So when a company comes out with a "better mop" we take it as a challenge. This week, we put the Shark Steam Mop to the "Does It Work?" test. More >> Almost half of normal adults snore at least occasionally and one-quarter are habitual snorers. More than 300 devices are registered in the U.S. Patent Office, claiming to cure snoring. And tonight, we add one more to the pack. It's called "Snore Fix."More >>