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Energy Monitor £34.99 + free delivery @ Amazon

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I KNOW PEOPLE WILL VOTE THIS COLD bassically in the time of the resession the is the product to help you lower electricity bills so this is a must buy plus it pay for its self after by all savings yo…
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banned7y, 6m agoFound 7 years, 6 months ago
I KNOW PEOPLE WILL VOTE THIS COLD
bassically in the time of the resession the is the product to help you lower electricity bills so this is a must buy plus it pay for its self after by all savings you make


Technical Details

* Provides you with real time readings of your energy use.
* Clear and easy to read screen
* Simple to install - no wiring required.
* Provides you with £ or Co2 readings
* Could save you up to 10% annually on your energy bill.


Product Description
The Electricity Monitor provides you with a real time estimate of your energy consumption. This simple to install device can save around 10% of your electricity bill annually. The simple to read display not only shows in real time what your consumption and costs are but you can see your historical consumption and costs figures.
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banned#1
This is a good quility one not the cheap ones big screen easy instalation
#2
Does British Gas not offer free ones?
#3
If your energy saving for environment sake then What about the energy it takes to produce these items?
If your energy saving for cost cutting then why not just turn stuff off in the first place? It dosnt get any simpler than that.
Voted cold.
banned#4
Does British Gas not offer free ones?


do they i think even if they did people would go crazy and get them quickly
#5
rhinopaul
If your energy saving for environment sake then What about the energy it takes to produce these items?
If your energy saving for cost cutting then why not just turn stuff off in the first place? It dosnt get any simpler than that.
Voted cold.


Boil the kettle 3 times less each year than you would have done normally then you use no extra electricity.

Dont vote cold because you dont agree with the deal. It spoils the nature of this site.
#6
lulu123
Does British Gas not offer free ones?


do they i think even if they did people would go crazy and get them quickly

I got mine for free from British Gas. You need to be on benefits or over 70.
banned#7
stop voting cold people not everyone is on benifits there are still loads of people with working life
#8
We got one of these recently and they really are good. OK they may take a few pence of electricity to run and produce but you save far more as you are always aware of what you are using (we have ours by the sink) and as such are very vigilant in turning things off minimising usage. The long term savings offered by maintaining increased awareness of your electricity usage far outweighs other negative factors - voted hot.
#9
Got mine free from British gas (I'm not a cutomer or over 70 etc etc). This device really does open your eyes as to just how much in monetary terms things cost when they are on standby or a how much a kettle costs when boiling more water than needed.

That said once you've checked out your own home and got the savings sorted the device is a bit redundant so I passed it round the family for them to try out.
banned#10
stop voting cold people not everyone is on benifits there are still loads of people with working life
#11
This model from Amazon - http://www.amazon.co.uk/Owl-Cm119-Wireless-Electricity-Monitor/dp/B001JJCLS0/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=electronics&qid=1253738145&sr=1-1

was voted best Energy Monitor in next months edition of Which Magazine
banned#12
not that many left off these energy monitors and these are hard to find on amazon
#13
deathtrap3000
Boil the kettle 3 times less each year than you would have done normally then you use no extra electricity.

Dont vote cold because you dont agree with the deal. It spoils the nature of this site.


Oh sorry, I forgot the cold vote button is for display only.
#14
rhinopaul
Oh sorry, I forgot the cold vote button is for display only.


No prob. Sometimes people just dont know what certain buttons do and shouldnt be allowed to touch them.
banned#15
stop voting cold people not everyone is on benifits there are still loads of people with a working life not all people just sit at home you know
#16
i think thats called spam lulu123
#17
Not voted either way but can't get my head round these. Are they aimed at families who have kids leaving gadgets/electricals on?

There is only the wife and I, and have power down plugs on tv's and computer. So the only electrical items switched on are those that need to be such as fridge, freezer etc...

How would this help me reduce my bills?:?
#18
yorkie
Not voted either way but can't get my head round these. Are they aimed at families who have kids leaving gadgets/electricals on?

There is only the wife and I, and have power down plugs on tv's and computer. So the only electrical items switched on are those that need to be such as fridge, freezer etc...

How would this help me reduce my bills?:?

It makes you more concious of how much electricity you are using. Thus leading you to turn things off. Prob wont help you though.
#19
deathtrap3000
It makes you more concious of how much electricity you are using. Thus leading you to turn things off. Prob wont help you though.


Ok, thanks, a bit like a water meter then?
banned#20
I was lucky enough to get one of those electricity meters with numbers on. Now, whenever I use electricity, the numbers go up to show how much I'm using.
#21
I can't see any mention of dual tariff on it, you can buy the Efergy Elite for this sort of cash.
#22
lulu123
stop voting cold people not everyone is on benifits there are still loads of people with a working life not all people just sit at home you know


You don't have to be a dole dosser to get the british gas one, just claiming working tax credits is acceptable IIRC. Benefits != lazy.
#23
deathtrap3000
I got mine for free from British Gas. You need to be on benefits or over 70.


No you dont, you need to say on the form you are on benefits or over 70, they dont check
#24
deanos
No you dont, you need to say on the form you are on benefits or over 70, they dont check


Yeh I know that.

But if fraud is your game... :whistling:
#25
Not like the energy companys are ripping us off is it :p
#26
lulu123
stop voting cold people not everyone is on benifits there are still loads of people with working life


lulu123
stop voting cold people not everyone is on benifits there are still loads of people with working life


lulu123
stop voting cold people not everyone is on benifits there are still loads of people with a working life not all people just sit at home you know


Stop repeating yourself, just because some people claim 'some' benefits doesn't make them lazy...

My GF has 2 children and works 25 hours a week and so she claims 'some' benefits in order to live...

I find your comments offensive so please keep them to yourself :x
#27
Know what you mean. My GF gets tax credits, which is needed since her ex husband refuses to pay any maintenance towards the kids (CSA are as much use as a truckload of dead rats in a tampon factory). She still works, just around the kids as childcare is so expensive.
#28
tek-monkey
Know what you mean. My GF gets tax credits, which is needed since her ex husband refuses to pay any maintenance towards the kids (CSA are as much use as a truckload of dead rats in a tampon factory). She still works, just around the kids as childcare is so expensive.


Very true and at least she can spell!!

"bassically"
"resession"
"quility"
"instalation"
"benifits"

Shocking.... :? :oops:

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