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Efergy E2 + Elink Electricity Monitor £42.99 @ Home4eco

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The Efergy E2 home electricity monitor seems to be the best one available at the moment, if you want to link up to your PC. The price is inclusive of £3 postage but you can get free delivery if you… Read More
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7y, 1m agoFound 7 years, 1 month ago
The Efergy E2 home electricity monitor seems to be the best one available at the moment, if you want to link up to your PC.

The price is inclusive of £3 postage but you can get free delivery if you spend over £60.

So you could get the monitor for £39.99.

OK maybe not the hottest of deals but personally I was waiting for these to come to under £40 so I thought it might help someone else out too.
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#1
the best on the market in terms of functionality,i'd have this over the owl, (but got the owl for free)
pc download software included.
#2
I got the free energy monitor offered by British Gas via this web site. It has most of the functionality without the PC link.

In my experience its greatest value is in raising awareness of where power is being used in the house, how much difference it makes to switch offf the PC or to only half fill the kettle or to switch to energy saving bulbs for example. I found it a real education and it lets you try to live a little differently.

Being able to collect lots of data and analyse it on a PC will entertain some people, but for most it's a gadget that will have it's greatest impact in the first few days and then slip into the background. For many people it's probably enough just to hire one for a week or two to get a feel for what you could save. There are companies that will hire them out and I think even some councils will do this free of charge. It's worth checking in you area.

By all means search out the best PC compatible deal if that's what you're looking for, but for most people it's a bit of an overkill.
#3
I agree with Trentend, however if you are renovating & greening out your house (eg ripping up floors & using tech insulation then this sort of thing (pc compatability) can really show you how zones heat, & hold heat compared to how they once did, seeing spikes in electric consumption from season to season year to year is also good (maybe for those godawful hip packs when selling a home) ...& for checking how upgrading to more energywise appliances are over time curtailing your daily/ weekly / monthly useage.
#4
So you need a gadget which uses energy to tell you that your lights are on? How crazy is that.
#5
pet2000
So you need a gadget which uses energy to tell you that your lights are on? How crazy is that.


yes you're right, monitoring energy use in the home is pointless. Excuse me for posting.

I guess it's morons like you that cause this device to be primarily battery powered..
#6
kerridge0, thanks for posting this and please do keep similar stuff coming in!

Choosing Google Checkout as payment wouldn't let me pick cheaper delivery :/ Had to go with PayPal (I try to avoid it as much as possible)

Thanks again!
#7
My missus still likes to run hot water to clean plastics for recycling........it took me 8 years to train her to part fill the kettle.

Before I come home from work the family likes to (or so I believe) make a sport of switching on all 3 TV's throughout the house, along with the WII & PC. It up to me play 'energy saving treasure hunt' when I finally get in.

Its also not uncommon for the missus to finish cooking a meal to leave the oven running for another 20mins. The reminder its left running being sweat patches appearing from the kids armpits.

Still musn't grumble as I enjoy a hot cooked tea every night, even if I'm paying the equivalent of restraunt prices for the priviledge.

Geeza

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