Owl Wireless Energy Monitor Buy One Get One Free (£39.99 for 2) @ Tesco Direct - HotUKDeals
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The OWL is the first readily accessible hand-held energy saving device to help you save the planet, as well as your pocket. Using the OWL allows you to see the amount of energy we waste in our homes, as it measures the electrical usage of our home appliances. If we then respond by changing our behaviour towards energy use, the OWL really can help us make a difference in the fight against climate change.

It cleverly measures electricity consumption using kilowatt hours, it also measures the resulting CO2 emissions in Kg as well as in-home humidity and temperature.

Accessories Included - Remote monitor. Sendor box. Sensor. 6 x AA batteries. User instructions.

Accessory Type Timer

Batteries Included Yes

Features of Product

Monitors and displays electricity kW cost per hour in pounds, euros or dollars. Displays total instantaneous household electricity consumption in kW. Shows CO2 emissions produced per hour. Displays temperature and humidity within the home. Alarm function to alert to peak load electricity limit. Low battery warning symbol for both the 'main' or 'remote' unit.

LCD Display Yes
Product Depth 3 cm
Product Height 11.7 cm
Product Width 10.7 cm
Regions of Use World wide

Free delivery if you spend £50
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#1
showing as £39.99 for one when I link through?
#2
fairy
showing as £39.99 for one when I link through?


Buy 1 at £39.99 and get one free makes it £20 although I'd have thought the post should show the price as £39.99 since you can't actually get one for £20!

Voted hot though because that's a great price for that type of device, although I'm not sure why you'd want 2 unless you were giving one as a gift?
#3
Good deal - voted hot.

Just bought 2 with free delivery for £29.99 using code XXHGBL for £10 off ( already used up the £12 & £13 codes!)
#4
I have one of these and I think they're great. My last Elec. bill was £260 for a quarter, but now I can tell where it all goes the next one will be much smaller. I'm sure it has payed for itself already. I think I payed £30. Heat added.
#5
great deal just bought a couple myself with free delivery and £6 off voucher code :)
#6
Various suppliers give these away free with their promotions.

EON do an energy saver account which gives you one of these and rewards you for reducing your elec.
#7
Macdory
Various suppliers give these away free with their promotions.

EON do an energy saver account which gives you one of these and rewards you for reducing your elec.


Yep, I've just switched to Southern (nPower decided that a year only consisted of 7 months and were/are fleecing their customers) and I've just got one of these as a freebie, I have to say I haven't set it up as it seems a bit feeble to be honest. It tells you how much electricity you're using for the household so to work out how much each item costs you you need to switch everything else off and then use the item for a certain period. Anyway, my electricity bill's only about £12 a month.
#8
Out of stock already :-(
#9
Comes up as out of stock for me.......ditto
#10
Out of stock :-(
#11
expired
#12
Expired
#13
If you want to SAVE money you can look at the wattage of each product and work it out...... why bother with this? -
#14
Fat Bird
Yep, I've just switched to Southern (nPower decided that a year only consisted of 7 months and were/are fleecing their customers) and I've just got one of these as a freebie, I have to say I haven't set it up as it seems a bit feeble to be honest. It tells you how much electricity you're using for the household so to work out how much each item costs you you need to switch everything else off and then use the item for a certain period. Anyway, my electricity bill's only about £12 a month.


yeah reduce your usage by 10% if you are a southern/hydro/swalec customer and they will credit you £15, reduce by 20% in a year get £25, switch to paperless billing get £10 for that ,according to the advisor I spoke to who gently pointed out that scottish power do not supply everyone with electric and the other companies make a profit selling it on, basically claiming they were cutting out the middleman.

oh and for every kwh of leccy I use southern/hydro/swalec will match my usage 1 for 1 so I can say my usage is 100% green

Oh the salesman I spoke to also pointed out if I took my boiler cover at £16.50 a month I would get £50 off my next energy bill and if I took my phone from them at £17 a month I would get £40 off my next energy bill. Ive now got all the paperwork through and it sems genuine enough.

what do you reckon should I post this as a deal?
#15
packard
If you want to SAVE money you can look at the wattage of each product and work it out...... why bother with this? -


Fine in theory but most stuff only tells you the maximum wattage in use, I've found a whole lot of things in my house that still take up to 20 watts when you think they're off.
#16
Fistral
Fine in theory but most stuff only tells you the maximum wattage in use, I've found a whole lot of things in my house that still take up to 20 watts when you think they're off.


I would be interested to know whta these things are. I have just had some huge bills in and trying to work out what to cut out. For example the lady from Eon and I worked out that if you had 10 plug in air fresheners on - it would cost you £40 a month! The 5 I had have now gone!
#17
#18: A very quick check on that maths suggests that they would be using around 40w each. I think that it's more likely they'll be using 4w each...
banned#18
Energy Monitor.
Odd as "Plug-in Electricity Cost and Usage Calculator" from Maplins where £7.99 in store last week.
#19
shauney
#18: A very quick check on that maths suggests that they would be using around 40w each. I think that it's more likely they'll be using 4w each...


The lady told me each would be costing 1/2 (half) p per hour. Do you not think this is correct?
#20
I'd be suprised if they used 4w even. 0.5p an hour works out to around 40w, nearly 3 times the amount of a low energy light bulb!

I think the units mentioned in this post are great for looking at overall use but to see what an individual item uses you'd need one of these type of things too (as mentioned above you can get these cheaper from time to time).

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Plug-Power-Energy-Monitor-Meter/dp/B000Q7PJGW

I don't know how good the above item is, I'm only showing it as an example. I got mine as a free item from my energy supplier.
1 Like #21
This is back in stock. Add 2 to basket and something else to bring it over £80 and use £12 off code XXB47M.
2 monitors and rechargeable batteries for £32 for me! Bargain.
#22
Thanks - just got a couple and something for 97p :)

Was hoping to get some last time round.
#23
thepearce

Was hoping to get some last time round.


Yeah me too, worth the wait! :thumbsup:
#24
sorry - but i really can't see the point; if you don;t use something turn it off!?!!?
#25
Yep , they are back in stock..
Thanks all for keeping us updated,
#26
Got mine for free as they only delivered 1 to the store and had to be refunded for the other one. BARGAIN!!!

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