NotThatOld saidYea, the Wonder Boner ad is pretty impressive. But should only an ultra-optimist really believe that such a gadget would work so well at home, away from the TV camera, without bits breaking off and going everywhere?
From what I've read, for the most part, those infomercial products are garbage. I only have experience with two of them, RotoZip and Phase 4 orthotics (now sold under the WalkFit brand), and one was crap, and the other is great. A RotoZip built to contractor grade quality would be a kick-ass power tool; unfortunately, the one they sold on the infomercial was cheap-ass crap that fell apart after using it only half a dozen times. The Phase 4 orthotics, OTOH, are damn near miraculous. After spending $250 on custom orthotics that didn't do a damn thing for the crippling pain of my collapsed arch, I bought the $25 infomercial orthotics and got my mobility back.