October 7, 2022
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Ecochamp Power Saver Reviews July2022: Is It Worth Your Money? Find Out!

Ecochamp Review: Do you want to buy the Ecochamp Energy ? Is Ecochamp a Scam? Is it Reliable? Read this review to find out why you should not bother ordering the Ecochamp Energy Saver device.

What is Ecochamp Energy saver ?

Ecochamp Power saver is a device that claims to  provides your home with a smooth, stable electrical current that leads to an increase in efficiency, and reduction in dirty electricity. It can handle futile power from getting into your wires. By stopping the overconsumption of force, this contraption remarkably reduces your electric bill. It purports to cut power bills of utensils using power voltage current to 90%. It is also being sold for 50% discount and free shipping in the USA.

Inasmuch as Ecochamp looks legit, the main concern of this review is to ascertain if the Ecochamp power saver lives up to its name, and this review would expose all that is needed to know about this Ecochamp device.

Does Ecochamp Power Saver Really Save Energy?

The answer to this Question is NO, The claims that Ecochamp is a power saver is actually false as users have gone on to testify that it does not save power or reduce electricity bill in any way. There are so many negative reviews online about this product, agreeing to the fact that it is Scam. Bbc also made a post about the Ecochamp scam

It’s a scam – do not trust their ‘reviews’ or website. It used to be called Motex now Ecochamp and both ‘gadgets’ are complete rubbish – they can’t save ‘up to 90%’ of power used in a home it’s just not technically possible.

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Might Cause Fire Outbreak

This is a device that is hazardous and might lead to Fire outbreak if care is not taken. This is due to the fact that we do not know for sure if the capacitor inside the is actually rated for connection across the AC line or if there would be a fire outbreak in the event of a lightening strike. Read here to find out more about this.

Is Ecochamp a Genuine Power Saver?

From these critical points noted above, the power saver has a lot of red flags. This is because it is not possible for any device of this size to 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 Electricity power used in homes today is used for 230 – 240 VAC appliances such as heating water, cooking, drying clothes, air conditioning and heating. As such it is quite impossible for a device plugged into any 110 – 120 VAC outlet to “reduce electrical consumption” by phase corrective techniques as consumed by equipment connected to each 120 VAC leg providing 240 VAC power, this is simply impossible.

Conclusion

From every indications, it is clear that the Ecochamp power Saver is a sham, and is not recommended by us.

Just like viviizstores ,dicoola, alien-tees, galacmart, southood, crocodiletime and other suspicious websites, customers did not receive the items they ordered but a cheap item or nothing at all.

Do this If you have been Scammed!

Have you been Scammed? Here are some things to do if you’ve been scammed.

Contact your bank and and file complaints also request for a new debit card. If you used Paypal as a method of payment you should document the transactions for future purposes, you can do this by keeping a screenshot.

In as much as online shopping has made life easier and simpler, one ought to be careful when ordering things online to avoid the risk of a hacked credit card and overcharged fees. Before ordering things from an online store check out the following.

The website age, A return address, Customer Reviews and its social media presence.

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Julie is a writer at PlanetOfReviews where she writes about various scam related topics and how to avoid falling a victim of such scams. Her hobbies includes surfing the net, reading novels and binging on horror movies.

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7 thoughts on “Ecochamp Power Saver Reviews July2022: Is It Worth Your Money? Find Out!

  1. While I am not an engineer, I have studied electronics and electrical devices all my life (I’m 74), both on my own and in standardized courses of study. The above article agrees with everything I have learned about AC electricity. While it is true that some Power Factor Correction involves capacitors, nothing the size of this device would have any benefit for a whole house. Many red flags, such as the heaviest appliance users would not be affected at all because they are resistive, such as any heater (water, furnace, stove), and resistive loads present a 100% PF, in other words, perfect. The other really key element I found on another site where the author had checked with his power company is, that at least in his case (my guess, all) the power company DOES NOT CHARGE based on apparent power, but on actual or true power. In other words, this device is claiming to correct something that the power companies have already taken care of. Power companies do not charge based on the consumption of the kind of power that this device is claiming to correct. So as this author alluded to in other ways, it is TOTALLY BOGUS, and can be proven so without even testing it.

    1. What you said is correct, and it’s impossible to correct the PF on a 220 line by adding capacitance to one phase. There’s another scam called Ecochamp that claims to increase efficiency by filtering the noise on the AC supply. They count on the fact that homeowners don’t have the ability to verify the results.

  2. It would be good if the reviewer could use proper grammar. I tend not to trust any articles when the author can’t write simple sentence structures. This article is littered with grammatical errors so much so that I stopped reading. Why post something with such pathetic diction when spell check and grammar checks are available in almost all platforms that we use today??!!
    Pathetic!

    1. Well, I personally don’t care how good their grammar is when they are trying to be truthful. Now if this were an English assignment, I too would pay attention to the grammar. If someone knows something or has experienced something about trying out a product or reporting it as a scam, I appreciate their effort to help others avoid pitfalls. I certainly hope in the future if your home is on fire or your life is in peril, that the person trying to warn you about it will use proper grammar so you’ll believe them.

      1. Well, you think they’re trying to be truthful. This entire site could just be dedicated to people trying to shut products down that actually work for all we know. I ordered one and will test it publicly. And share my results. I don’t expect it to work, but who knows.

        1. I read your comment regarding the Econo champ electric saving device… I was wondering if indeed you have purchased one yet and what are your thoughts in the device? Thank you Debbie

  3. I got on this site because it said there were REVIEWS of this product. I don’t see REVIEWS. I only see one man’s opinion. That does NOT constitute REVIEWS. I am looking for more than one person who have reviewed the product telling their results of how it worked. One article, written by one person, is NOT considered REVIEWS. So, in my opinion, this is not a valid review site.

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