Yes, the sentence you just read didn’t make much sense, but the Amazon search engine thinks it does! It seems the algorithm has decided That’s not it If the new charcoal earphones are a “charcoal grill,” they’ve apparently been the best-selling product in the category for more than 24 hours (via reddit And Miskel Rahman) without Amazon doing anything about it.
See for yourself:
In general, I’m not going to read too much into the badges you see on an Amazon product As another example Do you know how to choose the Amazon badge? No seal of quality? It is mathematically distributed across all kinds of products that you don’t think are valuable.
And don’t get me started In Amazon user reviews – Despite its existence, the company is fully aware that it has a problem and is taking significant enforcement action (eg This is the latest crackdown on fake comment groups on Facebook) every year.
The Wall Street Journal wrote about it last month A flood of Chinese brands with random characters which appears when searching for products. It’s interesting to see some of these on the charcoal grill list – including popular brands like RESVIN, Cecarol, Oilzz, YSSOA and DOIT.