Just Because A Refrigerator Costs $10,000, That Doesn’t Mean It’s Any Good

Just Because A Refrigerator Costs $10,000, That Doesn’t Mean It’s Any Good

As consumers, we tend to conflate price and quality. If a car costs ten times more than a basic car, we assume that there must be some wonderful reason. Being really expensive doesn’t mean that something is immune to terribleness. That’s not true, though. For proof, just look at the $10,000 cramped, energy-hogging Fhiaba refrigerator that our lab-coated cousins over at Consumer Reports just tested. [More]