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Owl Wireless Energy Monitor - Reduced to £23.93 at Tesco instore

£23.93 @ Tesco
Shows at £34.19 on website but reduced to £23.93 INSTORE 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 al…
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8y, 2w agoFound 8 years, 2 weeks ago
Shows at £34.19 on website but reduced to £23.93 INSTORE

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
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#1
What section are they in instore? will go and have a look in a bit, been after one of these
#2
I managed to get one of these inthe Daily Mail offer - just paid £2.92 for postage with voucher collect. Took over three months to arrive though!

Very good device - highly recommended. Not a bad wireless range either. Prepare for some shocks on energy usage though!
#3
Were £18 in B&Q when they had them.

These are old version which doesn't store data - just provides instant readout.

You also need an extra sensor if you're on Economy 7.
#4
Is this the same idea as the Lidl: Energy Monitor - £6.84!! starts 12/02/2009 posted by melted...
#5
I remember a post last year for these and I said I thought they were a stupid idea . There not and I want one now . I do want to know what items use the most electricity in my home .
#6
dillingers
Is this the same idea as the Lidl: Energy Monitor - £6.84!! starts 12/02/2009 posted by melted...


No. The Lidl one is like the Maplin version - power usage of one item at a time, rather than your usage in the house. This is wireless too.
#7
ricko
I remember a post last year for these and I said I thought they were a stupid idea . There not and I want one now . I do want to know what items use the most electricity in my home .


Anything generating heat mate. Put the kettle on, toaster on, tumble dryer on. You don't need this to tell you that leaving a light on/putting the tv on etc all use electricity.

If you want to save on bills then only use whatever you need, ie if the clothes could dry rather than put in the tumble dryer then you would save energy/money.

Can never understand why people need these things to tell them that they are using electricity, my brain tells me I'm using electricity. If you don't need it on then turn it off, simple as that!
#8
Benjimoron
Anything generating heat mate. Put the kettle on, toaster on, tumble dryer on. You don't need this to tell you that leaving a light on/putting the tv on etc all use electricity.

If you want to save on bills then only use whatever you need, ie if the clothes could dry rather than put in the tumble dryer then you would save energy/money.

Can never understand why people need these things to tell them that they are using electricity, my brain tells me I'm using electricity. If you don't need it on then turn it off, simple as that!



Yeah, yeah - we know! But you try convincing the missus and kids of that!

We, too, got one of these free of charge through the Daily Mail. By seeing the read-out soar upwards whenever they switch something on, my family are at last realising the cost of electricity, and beginning to be more careful. :thumbsup:
#9
Save yourself £24 - just switch things off when you're not using them :p
#10
withabix;4312658
....These are old version which doesn't store data - just provides instant readout.....

I think you're correct.

I was looking at these yesterday in my local store, but the one I was looking at was the new improved version that does store data.

The price was .... wait for it .... £34.19 !!!
#11
Just looke dat the The Owl website and they are only £29.99 new with free delivery. it is the new version too

http://www.theowl.com/shop.htm

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