Ross, thanks for sharing. Note: I changed the title to prepend "Review.com" to the title to make it clear who was saying this. Also, here is their list:
The upside to this list. It looks like they actually used these products or at least carefully looked at user reviews since they include meaningful negatives for many of these products.
For those wondering, their business model is affiliate links, i.e., all the products reviewed have links that get the reviewer paid for people who buy them on the linked site (typically Amazon). It's actually become a fairly big business in the consumer space. Reviewed.com is owned by USA Today, another one of these sites, Wirecutter, is owned by the NY Times, etc.
We don't use affiliate links, obviously because it creates a bias for which products are sold via affiliates links or which affiliate programs might pay more, etc.