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What do you do to filter Amazon by products surpassing X number of reviews?
What do you change in the URL (or elsewhere) to do this?
Any method that works is good.

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Append the following to the end of the URL in order to have the items with the most reviews at the top:

&sort=review-count-rank

It doesn't give exactly the behavior you are requesting, but it should make it easier to find products with a substantial number of reviews.

  • As of Feb 2017 this no longer works. – Jaxidian Feb 10 '17 at 2:36
  • It's working for me, on US Amazon.com, April 2017. I had to take the previous sort argument out of the url: I replaced "&sort=smooth-review-rank" with "&sort=review-count-rank". Just appending won't work, if there's already a sort earlier in the URL. In my quick testing, the earliest sort arg consistently took precedence. – valse-triste May 4 '17 at 2:11
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Old question, I know, but I was looking for an answer myself and found that you can do exactly this when you search Amazon via http://so.cool. It has a Kayak-like slider to the side of search results using which you can only display search results that have the minimum number of reviews that you provide.

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This isn't possible for the following reasons:

  1. Amazon only allows sorting when you have selected a Department
  2. The only review based sorting option available is by Avg. Customer Review

There are a few Amazon community threads that have specifically asked for this search ability due to it being available on other sites, but so far no action taken.

  • Can you link to some of those threads? – Martin Thoma Nov 24 '14 at 8:41
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You can change the page number in the url and get to relevant reviews more quickly.

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If you are using Chrome, you can use this extension to sort all results by reviews.

It works for every category including Prime Video or Amazon Fresh!

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