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  1. Stu91
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    Just seen this device being advertised...

    www . powerfactorsaver . com

    What do you think to it? Could it work?
     
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  2. snowhead
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    I'm convinced, :rolleyes:
    I've ordered 2 dozen, 1 for each socket just to make sure.
     
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  3. Stu91
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    Is there a way to turn this into a poll? :tearsofjoy:
    1. Genuine technological triumph
    2. Shameless deplorable scam
    3. Pizza.. Who doesn't love Pizza?
     
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  4. Archy Styrigg
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    "The systems also automatically remove carbon from the circuit which also encourages a smoother electrical flow."

    +1 for convinced.
     
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  5. DPG
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    Power factor correction capacitors, as used in industrial applications for decades. I would have thought 40% savings in domestic use sounds very optimistic though.

    And I'm going to ask them about how it removes carbon from your circuits!
     
  6. Gavin John Hyde
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    If it was approved by the niceic I would go buy one as afterall if you cant trust the niceic who can you trust
     
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  7. SWD
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    I can save you 95%, just pull the main fuse.
     
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  8. DPG
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    Only 95%?
     
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  9. SWD
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    Standing charge.......... is still payable.
     
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  10. DPG
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    Good point.
     
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  11. TonyMitchell
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    How things have progressed from the days of ice mould 50p meter coins :)
     
  12. Moley
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    If it says it can remove carbon from the circuit then that's me convinced. I would imagine the wires pass through little sweeping brushes and finally a little rag to clean the carbon off the electricity as it passes through. That's the way I would do it. I wonder if you have to empty the carbon out every now and then?
     
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  13. Andy78
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    Think they've been successfully fleecing the Yanks for a while now with this one. I'm sure Big Clive has probably pulled one apart, there's not much he hasn't.
     
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  14. Wilko
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    I'm in Love
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    And so legally prohibited from signing a contract or voting.
     
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    Last edited: Jan 10, 2019
  15. SWD
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    You youngsters,, I remember when it was a six pence to run a 3 bar heater in the bathroom........... tsk.
     
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