Have you been suffering high electrical bills and looking for a way to reduce the cost of electricity? Are you thinking of ordering EcoChamp energy saver from tryecochamp.com? Here’s what we think about this electric saving device.
EcoChamp: What Is It?
It is an energy saving device that reduces daily electricity used at home. Tryecochamp claims it can cut up to 50% off your electric bills. It does this by stabilizing the voltage, thereby reducing the electricity drawn from the main supply.
Sounds interesting right? Can it really reduce your electricity usage? Lets find out!
What We Like About EcoChamp
- It’s quite easy to install
What We Don’t Like
- Ecochamp is just a piece of junk that we’ve seen recycled many times. The claim that it optimizes electricity use is hogwash.
- What tryecochamp does is buy hundreds (if not thousands) of this generic power savers from China for $3 a piece (or less,) design their own packaging, and re-sell it to you for $40 a piece.
- It is not a unique product. Sold under different names, its unique packaging and have fancy websites is just a sham. In the end, it turned out to be a scam . See MiracleWatt, Voltex, etc.
Does It Really Reduce Electricity Bill?
No, it doesn’t work. Ignore the reviews on tryecochamp.com, they’re totally false. When we dissected Ecochamp, we saw it only contains a capacitor placed across the power line. This actually might do a little bit of power factor correction, but you are not billed for reactive power at home. So it saves you nothing in money. Secondly, It is a fire hazard if there is a lightning strike nearby. This is because the capacitor inside it is not rated for connection across the AC line. Capacitors connected directly to the AC line are supposed to have an “X” rating for safety.
Is EcoChamp a Scam?
Yes, it is. BBC has addressed the power saving device scam here
Energy saving devices like EcoChamp and the likes are unsafe and could cause a fire or electrocution.
So what are the better ways to save energy and reduce electricity bills? Get solar power system. They can actually provide big savings on mains electricity bills.
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