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Swiss "WHICH?" ratings

Sometimes in stores, for electrical items or baby stuff etc, you see a tag showing a rating from an organisation...not a safety rating but a "Rated as "Gut" by organisation XYZ"....looks something like "Which?" magazine for the UK forum dudes....

Does anybody know what that organisation is here and whether the reviews are available on-line?

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Old 29.07.2011, 11:41
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Sometimes in stores, for electrical items or baby stuff etc, you see a tag showing a rating from an organisation...not a safety rating but a "Rated as "Gut" by organisation XYZ"....looks something like "Which?" magazine for the UK forum dudes....

Does anybody know what that organisation is here and whether the reviews are available on-line?

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Switzerland: k-tipp, www.ktipp.ch
Germany: Stiftung Warentest, www.test.de
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Re: Swiss "WHICH?" ratings

There's also Kassensturtz which is online in German and gives video reviews.


K-Tipps is very, very similar in format and content to Which?

They do quite good food and drink tastings with recently, a 4 CHF Tempranillo coming out best in test and which was remarkably drinkable.
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Old 29.07.2011, 11:55
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Can you link to the tepranillo please?
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Can you link to the tepranillo please?
There's no link - you need to subscribe to the magazine.

But, as it's you, it's:

Mezquiriz La Mancha Tempranillo 2009 from Lidl and it was 3.99 CHF.


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