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Re: Saving money on your electric bill
« Reply #75 on: October 24, 2020, 06:06:37 pm »
There is enuff info with a link to those interested in the topic.

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Re: Saving money on your electric bill
« Reply #76 on: October 26, 2020, 07:40:11 pm »
I can not see how this device will save us money at all...

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Re: Saving money on your electric bill
« Reply #77 on: November 02, 2020, 06:59:40 pm »
I never heard of anything like that but I would be very interested.  Our electric bill in the summer runs about $200 a month.  It's due to vaulted ceilings in most rooms (takes forever to cool) and we have a well.  Every time you turn the water on or flush a toilet that's run by electric.  Good luck, hopes it works for you.  Keep us posted!
TY Nancy,i will.

I just got it 2 days ago and plugged it in.I saw ad on a reputable site and who wouldnt wanna save $$ on their Electric bill.

I put this topic up to see if anyone heard of the company or the device and wanted to reference it.I will do so after i see how it works and i think a month should tell me.AC is humming now....LOL!

I have heard of the site and saw it on an Ad on TV.  Wasn't sure if it was a scam or not. I have to wait and see if others who use it can give some feedback on the device.
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Re: Saving money on your electric bill
« Reply #78 on: November 03, 2020, 03:38:07 pm »
I never heard of anything like that but I would be very interested.  Our electric bill in the summer runs about $200 a month.  It's due to vaulted ceilings in most rooms (takes forever to cool) and we have a well.  Every time you turn the water on or flush a toilet that's run by electric.  Good luck, hopes it works for you.  Keep us posted!
TY Nancy,i will.

I just got it 2 days ago and plugged it in.I saw ad on a reputable site and who wouldnt wanna save $$ on their Electric bill.

I put this topic up to see if anyone heard of the company or the device and wanted to reference it.I will do so after i see how it works and i think a month should tell me.AC is humming now....LOL!

I have heard of the site and saw it on an Ad on TV.  Wasn't sure if it was a scam or not. I have to wait and see if others who use it can give some feedback on the device.
Well you havent read my posts i guess.

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Re: Saving money on your electric bill
« Reply #79 on: November 08, 2020, 03:22:30 am »
I ordered a pair for my sister for Christmas.  My home is so big I don't know if I'd actually see a difference but if she notices a change I'll be getting a few for myself.  It was inexpensive so I don't have my hopes up.  I'm about to go searching for the update to see how it worked out for you.

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Re: Saving money on your electric bill
« Reply #80 on: November 08, 2020, 03:23:27 am »
Sounds hopeful, especially if you didn't do anything different electricity wise.

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Any updates for us on how much savings is involved with this gadget?  I still get emails to buy this after visiting the site!
I received 2 adjustments on electric bill last 2 months.Both were very good.Again,i dont know if they were result of the device,but i am running with it.

I will keep updating monthly.Again i dont know if those adjustments were cos of Covid.But as i said i will keep it plugged in and run with it.If those adjustments were from device it has paid 2X what i bought it for.

Paid $40 for device with shipping.......got about a $90 savings in 2 months.

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Re: Saving money on your electric bill
« Reply #81 on: November 08, 2020, 03:24:38 am »
I'm interested in solar panels and power stations. Hopefully I will get them next year.

The only real way to save money on you electric bill is to sign up for lira if it is available in your state.  or buy those special light bulbs and shut off lights in your rooms that your not in

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Re: Saving money on your electric bill
« Reply #82 on: November 08, 2020, 06:23:19 am »
I ordered a pair for my sister for Christmas.  My home is so big I don't know if I'd actually see a difference but if she notices a change I'll be getting a few for myself.  It was inexpensive so I don't have my hopes up.  I'm about to go searching for the update to see how it worked out for you.
Just got new bill.

Electricity-162.33
Gas -58.05
Adjustment-118.00

Net 102.38

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Re: Saving money on your electric bill
« Reply #83 on: November 08, 2020, 10:18:59 am »
I never heard of this, but would love to know the website so I can research, especially during the winter months.

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Re: Saving money on your electric bill
« Reply #84 on: November 08, 2020, 11:29:08 am »
I never heard of this, but would love to know the website so I can research, especially during the winter months.
Yes Calen....thats it!!

You plug it in and green light comes on.Simple.Now we wait and i should have some results within week.

Again i paid $40 with shipping and it should be OK for 1000 sq ft.

It's called Trust Power and its tech was originally created by no other than the legendary Serbian-American inventor, electrical engineer, mechanical engineer, and futurist, Nikola Tesla.


https://insiderfinancialtips.com/?source=bing&campaign=10424&placement=%2Belectricity%20%2Bbill&subid=da1&msclkid=b33e7c079ab114aa3b63232cd5817a73

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Re: Saving money on your electric bill
« Reply #85 on: November 08, 2020, 02:13:00 pm »
I never heard of this, but would love to know the website so I can research, especially during the winter months.
Yes Calen....thats it!!

You plug it in and green light comes on.Simple.Now we wait and i should have some results within week.

Again i paid $40 with shipping and it should be OK for 1000 sq ft.

It's called Trust Power and its tech was originally created by no other than the legendary Serbian-American inventor, electrical engineer, mechanical engineer, and futurist, Nikola Tesla.


https://insiderfinancialtips.com/?source=bing&campaign=10424&placement=%2Belectricity%20%2Bbill&subid=da1&msclkid=b33e7c079ab114aa3b63232cd5817a73
TY for putting link up Calendria.

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Re: Saving money on your electric bill
« Reply #86 on: November 08, 2020, 04:28:29 pm »
I have not heard of it but keep us posted if it lowers your bill.

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Re: Saving money on your electric bill
« Reply #87 on: November 22, 2020, 07:57:27 am »
I just saw an email for this device this weekend, went to the site and decided to buy one. I saw they accepted PayPal, which is about the only way I try to pay for stuff. Anyway, couldn't get PayPal to work, only credit cards, so emailed the company and within a couple hours had a reply and it was fixed so I could pay for the device. During the time I decided to think it over because you never know if the reviews are honest or not.

Glad to see Donnamarg323 has given a review. I'm all for saving $$ on the electric. I'm on the budget plan and this is the last month I'll be paying $105. Next month my budget $$ will cost me $123. That's crazy.  I've done everything I could think of to save costs except go back to oil lamps. We don't have a normal furnace. We use a Outdoor Central Boiler which uses wood and it heats our water, too. But even though it's used from October to April, our electric use goes up in the winter. I don't even use the AC unless the temperature is 85 degrees and above in the summer.
Do U have a testimonial on the device yet?

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