Voltizer Review: Can This Energy Saver Reduce Your Electricity Bill?

In case you’re thinking of ordering the electricity saving device from getvoltizer.com, we advise you not to do so yet. A lot of things don’t add up about Voltizer.

Does the Voltizer actually reduce electricity bill? Should you get this energy saver or is it another ripoff scam? Find out here!

With online scams springing up every day, we have taken the responsibility of reviewing products, stores, websites e.t.c in order to save you from making wrong decisions.

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Voltizer Energy Controller: Is It Worth It?

One of the reasons why this device is the rave of the internet is because it allegedly reduces 90% of your electricity bill. Furthermore, the Voltizer Energy saver is been sold for 50% discount. You also get to pay lower when you buy more.

It is true that this website seems legit, however what you should be worried about is if this device will actually save you energy, indeed?

Should You Be Worried About getvoltizer.com?

The answer to that question is Yes. The claims made by the website is totally false. Don’t be deceived by the name ‘Voltizer’. It was formerly known as Voltex. It cannot stabilize your current, remove dirty electricity or slash your power bill.

Meanwhile, it has been given different names in the past; Motex, Voltbox, Watt Rescue, Ecowatt, Miracle Watt, etc. and of a truth they are all the same. They don’t work. A lot of users complained that these devices don’t save any energy or reduce electricity bill.

Below are reasons why Voltizer from getvoltizer.com isn’t WORTH your Money;

Saves Little or No Energy

When you unbox the device, you would see it is 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.

Furthermore, the gadget capacitor draws about 100 mA of capacitive (leading) current from the line. If you happen to have a device which draws about 100 mA of inductive (lagging) current component, this capacitor will cancel that. It won’t draw more when you need more. It won’t stop drawing current when you don’t need any correction.

It probably has *just enough* effect that the statements in the ads are not complete lies, but the device is still completely useless in general.

Might Cause Fire Hazard

When I went through the video on the official website, the one thing I couldn’t tell from the video, and the narrator didn’t mention: Is the capacitor inside the Voltizer  actually rated for connection across the AC line? Is it a fire hazard if there is a lightning strike nearby? Capacitors connected directly to the AC line are supposed to have an “X” rating for safety, and because this capacitor is potted in epoxy, I can’t tell if it if actually safe or not.

Does Voltizer Power Saver Really Work?

The answer to the question is NO.

What you should know is this ”There is NO WAY any device of this size can stabilize a home electrical AC supply or produce the savings advertised. Electrical consumption is based on total power consumed and NOT phase corrected VAR.

Most power in homes is used for 230 – 240 VAC appliances such as heating water, cooking, drying clothes, air conditioning and heating. There is NO WAY a device plugged into any 110 – 120 VAC outlet can “reduce electrical consumption” by phase corrective techniques as consumed by equipment connected to each 120 VAC leg providing 240 VAC power, no way, totally inconceivable.

Is Voltizer A Hoax?

Yes, it is. BBC has addressed the power saving device scam here

Energy saving devices like Voltizer and the likes  are unsafe and could cause a fire or electrocution.


Voltizer is a viral energy saving device that uses false claims to attract buyers. It does not really reduce electricity bill even after months of usage. Beware! Voltizer energy saver or power saver cannot stabilize your current, remove dirty electricity or slash your power bill.

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Wendy is a fraud fighter whose contents mainly target online scams. Her investigations have appeared on Itisreviewed,and elsewhere. She spends her free time reading novels, binging on Netflix, and listening to hip-hop.


  1. I was this ad on Youtube, and immediately assumed a scam, as the claim on the one line visual ad was impossible, so I had to look more. Youtube and any other company should be held liable for promoting scams, legally liable! They are stopping false news so they should stop false products, really no difference between the two.

    It takes a beginner electrician to realize this is a scam.

    “Quickly and Easily Stabilize Your Homes Electrical Current” – POSSIBLE but only if the device is in series with your electrionics, not in parallel as this is plugged in beside, not before other stuff.

    “Reduce Harmful Dirty Electricity From Your Home” – POSSIBLE only if in series, as above.

    “Protect and Prolong the Life of Your Appliances & Electronics” – reworded claim of the above.

    It’s so obvious with the most rudumentary electrical understanding, I am so sad society is so easily scammed by the outrageous claims. 90% saving by itself is clearly impossible.

  2. I ordered two. Noticed nothing. Got my money back.. the devices didn’t even light up. My husband, a red seal electrician, took one apart…we call bullshit.

  3. How did voltizer manage to advertise on your site or am I missing something
    Anyway all or most of the goods on the net are rubbish rip offs
    I suggest googling the product before you buy and look at revues such as can be found on sites like Sabireviews etc

  4. I purchased 2 0f these 2 months ago and it has had absolutely no impact on reducing monthly cost of electricity. Have to say that it a total ripoff and that I regret falling for his false advertising.

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