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Author Topic: World's first real Free Energy Flashlight - no shaking - no batteries! No Solar  (Read 144066 times)

Offline skywatcher

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 Update:

18.02.16    00:00:00    260       
               
                                     t=30sec    t=60sec    t=90sec
18.02.16    19:00:00    1280         1090         963
19.02.16    19:00:00    1770         1460        1260
20.02.16    19:00:00    1520         1280        1115
21.02.16    19:00:00    1480         1230        1070
22.02.16    19:00:00    1060         895          795
23.02.16    19:00:00    790           685          610

The value for 'fully charged' would be > 28000.

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Offline txt

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Thanks for the data Skywatcher! It does not leave any doubts. Updated graph below:

Please note that the label inside the graph should start with "24 hours ..." not "4 hours"- it was trimmed during the export into the PNG image, and I am lazy doing it again

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Update:

18.02.16    00:00:00    260       
               
                                     t=30sec    t=60sec    t=90sec
18.02.16    19:00:00    1280         1090         963
19.02.16    19:00:00    1770         1460        1260
20.02.16    19:00:00    1520         1280        1115
21.02.16    19:00:00    1480         1230        1070
22.02.16    19:00:00    1060         895          795
23.02.16    19:00:00    790           685          610
24.02.16    19:20:00    485           425          389

The value for 'fully charged' would be > 28000.

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Offline Nink

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Update:

18.02.16    00:00:00    260       
               
                                     t=30sec    t=60sec    t=90sec
18.02.16    19:00:00    1280         1090         963
19.02.16    19:00:00    1770         1460        1260
20.02.16    19:00:00    1520         1280        1115
21.02.16    19:00:00    1480         1230        1070
22.02.16    19:00:00    1060         895          795
23.02.16    19:00:00    790           685          610
24.02.16    19:20:00    485           425          389

The value for 'fully charged' would be > 28000.

Sywatcher I am guessing you live in Faraday cage inside an underground bunker.

Offline Void

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And here the results of my ELFE Flashlight
Only to remember :
2weeks ago ; I drained to the possible lowest light intensity with an test one day after to check out it's capability to recover
Now it lay on the table, switched off and untouched for 2weeks and yesterday I ran the test again and it was dissapointing:
Because it doesn't seem whether you let it recover for one day or for 2 weeks, the result is pretty much the same:
The lamps brightness when switched on is medium bright and it's intensity decreases pretty fast: after 15minutes it is on a fairly low level and after a total duration of 23minutes it is on a far more low level it will probably stay on for the next 2 hours.
When I first tested the lamp it ran for 2 hours with allmost no decrease in intensity at a far more brightness compared to the switched on state after 2 weeks.
Here the pics: the first link is the intensity at start of the test after the 2 weeks.
http://overunity.com/downloads/sa/view/down/608/
http://overunity.com/downloads/sa/view/down/607/
http://overunity.com/downloads/sa/view/down/606/

The results are so clear , that I don't need exact measurement do draw the conclusion , that it did not fullfill the expactations of a 'free energy self charging flashlight'

Hi TheCell. Yes, it appears that you have confirmed that the ELFE flashlight is a scam.
Two weeks left 'charging' and it did not even come anywhere close to fully recharging.
It does not appear to have recharged the batteries at all. That looks like just the normal bounce back
effect that batteries will show after being left sitting for a while. You could now contact Adgex and ask
for a full refund and point out that you left the flashlight 'charging' for two full weeks, and the batteries
did not recharge at all. It would be interesting to hear how Adgex responds to this. :)

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How they will respond is predictable. Either they just will not, or they ask for return and exchange (one guy from the facebook group complainted about the wobbly batteries inside and he was told to send it back), or they will say the tests were done wrongly, or they will say you're in a "dead zone". What they won't say, is that it's just a hoax.

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The latest graph, plotted with Skywatcher's data.


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BTW, if you demand a refund, and they ask you to send the flashlight back, or if you want to have it replaced, make sure you request them to pay the return shipping. Under EU laws it is your right. In other countries there may be similar laws. Check out for example this article:

Online trader must pay return postage for faulty goods throughout the warranty period

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If the item you ordered online turns out to be faulty, always ask the seller first whether he will organize the return of the item. If he doesn’t, return the item at your own expense. If the defect is the result of a manufacturing fault you are entitled to ask the seller for a refund of the return postage. Always retain your proof of payment (of the return postage).

Opt for a safe shipment method. After all, you are responsible for the safe return of the item/parcel. If the parcel is lost or damaged during transport you are not entitled to compensation from the seller. Always check the cost of returning the item in advance. If it appears excessively high get the seller’s approval first.

Some relevant information also at http://europa.eu/youreurope/citizens/consumers/shopping/guarantees-returns/index_en.htm
« Last Edit: February 25, 2016, 06:27:41 PM by txt »

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You are truly awesome, Txt.  I have never seen anybody do a better job than you in a case like this.

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After yesterday's test i decided to end the test (the result is pretty clear now) and so i let the flashlight burn.
Now it's down to 5.2 lux. It's so dim that i can look directly at the LED chip without getting blinded.

R.I.P.   >:(

Thanks @txt for making the nice diagrams from my data.   :)

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Thanks for the kind words, MileHigh and Skywatcher! It always pleases, when such effort is appreciated, and especially because some of the ELFE owners, ADGEX victims, suffer the Stockholm Syndrome, and instead of being thankful for the exposure of the scam, they feel attacked, and react in a hostile way - I've been already accused, in this case, of being paid by the Big Oil industry to discredit the Free Energy inventors, in the purpose of hiding yet another Free Energy technology from the mankind. And I've got other insults too. So it is certainly nice to know that there are also people who appreciate to learn the truth, although it may not be what they wished for.

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I've been already accused, in this case, of being paid by the Big Oil industry to discredit the Free Energy inventors, in the purpose of hiding yet another Free Energy technology from the mankind.

You could send one of them to me, i would sell him my almost brand-new ELFE with 20% discount.   ;D

(i would even replace the batteries with new ones for 100% customer satisfaction  *LOL*)
 

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After yesterday's test i decided to end the test (the result is pretty clear now) and so i let the flashlight burn.
Now it's down to 5.2 lux. It's so dim that i can look directly at the LED chip without getting blinded.

R.I.P.   >:(

Thanks @txt for making the nice diagrams from my data.   :)


Now it will be interesting to see if you get the "Sorry that you live in a dead zone" email response.  I do not know if there is such an email but, if there is, you may be one of the first to receive one.  Maybe it will even include a map that shows..."You are here"...and some indication of the dead zone surrounding you.


Who knows?  They may actually offer to replace it.  I would be shocked (pun intended) if you receive a refund.  Please keep us posted and...good luck.


Thanks for sharing your test results and, thanks also to TXT for the great graphs.  These graphs could be used in your refund claim maybe?


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I would be shocked (pun intended) if you receive a refund. 

From a strategical point of view, it would pay off for them to 'silence' people like me with a refund so they can continue selling their stuff to people who don't even recognize that it doesn't work properly.  ;)

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I would be shocked (pun intended) if you receive a refund.
I would not be shocked at all. The ELFE customers are not their target. ADGEX uses the product just to attract more investors. Who would not like to buy shares of a company that sells products working with free energy technology, and that plans developing and sellin big home and industrial generators using the same tech?

On my mind they will do everything to make it longer - they'll offer replacements, and even refunding without big hassle. They need to avoid that unsatisfied customers pursue them in Australia. Although they are practically nonpunishable, since they reside in Russia, if Australian authorities started to investigate them, it could harm their investment business.

Already in April 2015 they sold shares for AU$75 million, and I guess that it is now significantly more. Seeing that, I am sure they don't care about couple of $100 refunds.

 

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