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So me and my friend are having this conversation about some product. He says it's great. I haven't tried it yet but I superficially disagree with him. Now that I have tried it, the conversation comes up again and he restates his opinion about the product and I respond with something like this.

"I agree with you about what you are saying about that product, now that I have tried it out myself".

Is agreeing with you ABOUT the correct usage of the word? Is the whole sentence grammatically correct?

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I agree with you about the rabid dog. It should be put down.
I agree with what you have said about the rabid dog. It should be put down.

But I wouldn't use "about" twice:

I agree with you about what you have said about the rabid dog. It should be put down.

"about what you have said about" is like the Beatles lyric:

in this world in which we live in....

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Yes: agree with [sb] (on/about [sth]): have same opinion

Source: Collins Dictionary

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