Is Miracle Watt a Scam? Review of the Power Saving Device

Miracle Watt or MiracleWatt and other types of devices like it, prey upon both widespread scientific illiteracy and an intrinsic desire to save money. Without boring you with the details, these plugin boxes do not change the true power consumption in your home, rated in watts. Over the years, many people have not only tested these devices but opened them up to only find a capacitor and an LED light inside them. And it is easy to get testimonials on how they work, as electrical power consumption typically declines as we move into spring. Few consumers track their electrical usage hour by hour over the winter either to have reliable data for comparison.

Is Miracle Watt a Scam? Review of the Power Saving Device

The Miracle Watt Power Saving Device

he Miracle Watt or MiracleWatt Power Saving Device

Devices like Miracle Watt, come in various names, shapes and sizes, and all promise to save upwards of 20-50% on your electrical bill. Naturally, I was curious on how a simple plugin device make a 1500 watt space heater only consume 750 watts, which would be a miracle. Anyone who can make a device that consume 50% less electricity would become a billionaire overnight and probably win a Nobel Prize.

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  • July 1, 2021 at 11:00 AM by an anonymous user from: Detroit, Michigan, United States

    I have purchased this device and my electric bill dropped from $68 to $48 IN 2 MONTHS.

  • June 2, 2021 at 10:56 AM by an anonymous user from: Onondaga, Syracuse, New York, United States

    Miracle Watt did not work in reducting my electric bill over 5 months.

    I then asked for a refund and I was rejected because when 90 days are up NO refunds. I can honestly say the devises are a SCAM in my humble opinion!

    Steve B

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