kill a watt?

Simon Hogg seth at hogg.org
Wed Mar 12 06:23:16 EST 2003


Does anyone know if one of these exists for the European (230V 50Hz) market?

At 16:55 11/03/03 -0500, Robert G. Brown wrote:
>On Tue, 11 Mar 2003, Bill Broadley wrote:
>
> >
> > Er, I'd like to buy one, is EIP an online store?  I tried eip.com and
> > it doesn't look like a store front.
> >
> > How did you order it?
>
>Oops, silly me.  Don't know what I was typing.  Let's try EFI, via:
>
>   http://www.efi.org/greenmountain/info001.htm
>
>so all you have to do is click "add to cart" for $39.95 plus $5 S/H.
>
>This is a site that seems to specialize in energy saving tools and
>methodologies.  Looks like a good place, for example, to buy compact
>fluorescent lighting.
>
>They push the kill-a-watt device as a way to find out what nearly
>anything electrical you're likely to have in a house (short of your 220V
>central air, stove, or drier) draws, so you can choose to economize or
>select a suitably efficient model.

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