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November 11, 2008


Cynthia Robertson

We have been using the PowerGard for three years with remarkable success our bills are down between 505 in the summer and about 35 % in the winter. We got ours in Canada so it's cheaper at www.powergard.ca

Chuck Tharp

Would not a soft start module on the ac fan motor have the same effect.
Also would not newer energy efficent appliances have some of these features be included.

AC Softstart Products 1–5 second ramp

Robert Groome

Im saving a good amount, considering power is quite cheap in quebec, im guessing this product will be a hot seller in regions where power is quite expensive per kw/h

I bought mine on www.powergardquebec.com, only ships in canada tho

George and Dot High


For Canada and the U.S.A.log on to: http://www.energysavingspowergard.com



Stop paying for wasted electricity - plug-in the POWERGARD and save 10% and more on your home power bills!

•Earth friendly
•Save 10% and more on your monthly power bills
•No installation required - Just plug-in and save!
•Built in fuse protection; safe to use 24 hours a day
•Pays for itself in less than one year
•90 day money back guarantee*
•10 year planned lifespan
•Increases efficiency by stabilizing voltage
•Increases motor and the appliance life
•Reduces the impact of power surges
•UL, CE and RoHS tested and listed
•Over 1.5 million customers
•Worldwide distribution

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