Energy Usage Meter Today Only

Discussion in 'The Watercooler' started by susiestar, Feb 22, 2013.

  1. susiestar

    susiestar Roll With It

    Many of us have been talking about the high cos of energy and even more of us worry about it. How do you figure out which appliances are the most expensive and which are not a big a deal? has an energy meter with cost calculation for just $19.99 with free shipping. It could solve a lot of arguments and help set a reasonable rent or an adult child living at home.

    Here is the info from the website:

    Living in the Age of Technology isn’t cheap, so cut your energy bill in half by finding out which fancy device or appliance is costing you the most with this handy Energy Meter. Simply attach it to any appliance and the middle pane on the LCD screen displays the wattage, voltage and current. Also features an overload warning display and buzzer.

    Condition: New
    Packaging: Retail
    Warranty: 1 year
    Manufacturer UPM
    Model: EM-100
    Features Include:

    • Calculates energy costs and saves money
    • Attaches to an appliance and calculates the energy usage
    • Displays the energy price and total cost
    • Automatically shuts off appliances
    • LCD display
    • Overload warning display and buzzer
    • Batteries included for memory protection
    • Dimensions: 5" x 2" x 1.5"
  2. AnnieO

    AnnieO Shooting from the Hip

    That's pretty cool... I wish we could do something like that for lights that get left on!!!
  3. InsaneCdn

    InsaneCdn Well-Known Member

    You can... but just for table/floor lamps :)
    If you had something like this, you could measure the cost of a particular wattage of bulb in a light... 40, 60, 100, etc.
    It will be very close to the same cost for the bulb in a ceiling fixture.