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★☆☆☆☆

“Complete nonsense”

Written on: 01/09/2011 by HonestOne (1 review written)

Right, here we go, let us investigate the claims of magnetic fuel savers and their basis in science shall we: 1. Fuel is 'aligned' by the magnets No, it just isn't. hydrocarbon fuels (all of them) are non-magnetic and non-conductive, which limits a magnet's influence on them to the diamagnetic effect, which is weak to the point of being unobservable. Even IF this force was strong enough to produce detectable effects (which it isn't) it would only introduce a tendancy for the fuel molecules to… Read Full Review

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“The Motorflow has saved me over £2,500 since fitting...”

Written on: 10/06/2009 by Bamfordp (1 review written)

The Motorflow has saved me over £2,500 since fitting it many years ago and everytime I have changed my car it has worked just as well saving an average 10%

I know some big businesses are saving lots of money with Ecoflow fuel savers… Read Full Review

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Mythbuster's Response to Bamfordp's Review

Written on: 06/01/2013

This guy is probably a distributor ... don't believe a word he says.

Proof that magnetic fuel savers DO NOT WORK...

FTC Halts Bogus Claims For “Fuel Saving” Device
- Four Million Dollar Settlement Imposes Lifetime Ban on the Sale or Manufacture of Devices

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"...The FTC alleged that the magnetic “fuel saver” does not save fuel, does not increase gas mileage, and does not reduce emissions. The agency charged that the false claims violate the FTC Act..."

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★★★★★

“I have lots of friends saving £5 to £10 everytime...”

Written on: 12/10/2008 by Bamford (1 review written)

I have lots of friends saving £5 to £10 everytime they fill up and some Coach and Lorry firms saving 6% plus which in money terms runs into thousands a month… Read Full Review

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★★★☆☆

“I have used 2 Ecoflow units. ”

Written on: 10/09/2008 by Dzerjb (1 review written)

I have used 2 Ecoflow units.
The first is mounted on the fuel feed pipe of a domestic gas boiler & the results are impressive. In the past, the thermostat had to be set nearly halfway to get tolerably hot water, now with the thermostat set at the minimum possible, we always have to add some cold to make it bearable.
The second has been used on an old diesel Skoda for some years. Initially, no result until I moved it from the fuel return to the inlet pipe. Afterwards, no discernable improvement… Read Full Review

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“This product does not work and has never been...”

Written on: 19/08/2008 by jhunsley (1 review written)

This product does not work and has never been successfully verified in a proper double blind placebo controlled peer reviewed trial. In order to alter the atomic structure of matter you need a huge magnet, in the order of 5T, for a static magnet, like those used in the EcoFlow products, that equates to a magnet weighing about 100 tons! Once the liquid has passed through the magnetic field the effects are not observed anymore and the atomic structure reverts back to the default state. Therefore… Read Full Review

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Changeyourlife's Response to jhunsley's Review

Written on: 28/01/2010

I found this review not helpful because...........
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<br/>The writer does not know what they are talking about.
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<br/>The treatment of fuel with magnets has been around since the second world war. Do some research.
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<br/>The Ecoflow products carry a Full 100% money back guarantee and if they did not work everyone who bought one would be entitled to a refund and if everyone had that, the company would not be able to keep on trading. It is still thriving with no borrowings.

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Honestone's Response to jhunsley's Review

Written on: 31/08/2011

This review is essentially correct. Hydrocarbon fuels are not magnetic and non-conductive, so the only possible influence a magnet could exert on them is the phenominally weak 'diamagnetic effect'. Even if this was strong enough to cause observable effects (which it isn't) all it would do is cause a tendancy for the fuel to move away from the magnets. Magnets simply cannot influence the alignment of fuel molecules or change their molecular structure. They just can't. The science quoted in the marketing for these products is utterly utterly fake, the best thing you can do with these things is use them as fridge magnets.

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Davidinnotts's Response to jhunsley's Review

Written on: 18/09/2010

I found this review not helpful because the reviewer states a lot of 'science' with the air of a technical expert, but doesn't say whether he's made any tests himself. This is a review site, not a 'science' course. There are a lot of products out there which work well, but don't have scientific backing because the research hasn't been done yet. His 'science' is all unproven theories. Let's see facts!

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Nola Edmonds's Response to jhunsley's Review

Written on: 04/02/2010

I found this review not helpful because the British Dept of Trade & Industry trialled the Ecoflow at its environmental testing laboratory, on a car and a truck over 12,000 miles with positive results as follows:
<br/>Power increase 11.19%
<br/>Fuel consumption down 11.05%
<br/>Emissions: Carbon Monoxide down 14.99%
<br/> Hydrocarbons down 24.42%
<br/> Carbon Dioxide down 10.67%
<br/> NOX down 12.88%
<br/> NO down 15.49%
<br/>Particulate Smoke from Diesel down 15%
<br/>Laboratory tests of ECOFLOW on a Vauxhall Cavalier 1.6 showed an average fuel improvement of 7.03% increasing to 11.05%, and a power increase of 9.52% increasing to 11.19%.
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★★★★★

“Many people do not know that this technology has been...”

Written on: 06/10/2007 by George10 (1 review written)

Many people do not know that this technology has been successfully used on commercial and industrial equipment with very impressive results and short pay back periods… Read Full Review

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“The Motoflow, manufactured by Ecoflow plc, and...”

Written on: 23/08/2005 by Magnetic (33 reviews written)

The Motoflow, manufactured by Ecoflow plc, and formerly known as an Ecoflow, is a fuel conditioner for use in cars and motor vehicles. It is designed for use with petrol and diesel engines, and has been tested by laboratories around the world, including the British Government's environmental laboratory, where a 12,000 mile test showed improved fuel economy, increased power and reduced emissions.
It uses the patented "Central Reverse Polarity" to magnetically condition fuel, and it is… Read Full Review

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Ntm's Response to Magnetic's Review

Written on: 26/07/2006

I was handed an Ecoflow leaflet in June 2006, so don't understand the reference to Motoflow having replaced this brand name in 2005, but assuming we're discussing the same product and manufacturer (Ecolflow), it might interest potential buyers to note that a complaint against the claims of scientific testing was upheld by the Advertising Standards Authority in 2002 who ordered the company to stop using references to the Warren Springs Laboratory test in its advertising. The grounds were that the test was flawed and carried out on a carbureted, pre-catalytic vehicle no longer representative of modern vehicles.
<br/>http://www.asa.org.uk/asa/adjudications/non_broadcast/Adjudication+Details.htm?adjudication_id=33701
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<br/>The leaflet I was handed, which has a reference number ECO-12109 if that helps anyone to identify it, still uses this reference!
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<br/>I have spent a whole morning researching online, looking for an independent test of this product, and have failed to find one, or any identifiable reference to one. My feeling is that if this product worked and conferred an economic benefit that offset the cost within a reasonable period, then it should be possible to come up with a scientific test clearly demonstrating such results. Anecdotal evidence can always be found to support the efficacy of anything I'm afraid.

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Mythbuster's Response to Magnetic's Review

Written on: 05/01/2013

Another fail...
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"...after just five days and 211 miles later of having the MotoFlow product attached, I can report that the carbon emissions of the mighty Fiat had remained exactly the same..."

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Mythbuster's Response to Magnetic's Review

Written on: 05/01/2013

Beware, this is a fraud that is netting this company £4 million a year. Many of these positive reviews are posted by distributors ... anyone can become a distributor and make money with this scam ... they have a lot of distributors.

Magnetic fuel conditioners DO NOT WORK and have been busted by Mythbusters...

This scam was also featured in the Daily Mirror...

They refuse to submit their device for independent testing, and fail to provide anything but anecdotal evidence which is either made up, or unreliable. Mythbusters managed to do some testing, yet the company that sell this fraud refuses to provide similar results to back their own claims. They will instead refer you to their money-back guarantee and quotes from supposed satisfied customers. Don't fall for this ... check out the links provided.

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Earthman's Response to Magnetic's Review

Written on: 13/04/2011

The only way to test these products is the way we did it in the 1960's. That is, to take an engine, place it on a dymo and run it with and without the device and see if any power output changes are observered along with all the other engine telemetry. Its easy to do and easy to produce and publish the results, the fact the makers of these devices dont is a cause for concern - its always somebody else who has the data. The usual result of such tests is "no observed difference".

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Richard565's Response to Magnetic's Review

Written on: 24/03/2007

Hi. I could fill pages of details on Motoflows (and thermoflows). I highly recommend them to anyone, but I will keep things as concise as I can.
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<br/>These units are fuel saving devices for internal combustion engines and boilers (gas or oil). They simply strap on to the fuel pipe and treat the fuel by magnetic induction. The ionised fuel carries a positive charge, so it combines more readily with the naturally negatively-charged oxygen. This produces more efficient combustion, more power, more miles to the gallon and less exhaust pollution.
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<br/>Fitted correctly, a fuel conditioner can achieve 10 to 15% fuel saving. The cost of the units today are about £55.
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<br/>I did a test on a Ford Fiesta 1100 - J reg in 2003. The car is my wife's runabout, so it doesn't have long mileage.
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<br/>Before fitting, I did 5 consecutive fill ups - averaged 41.05 mpg. MOT tested co2 = 2.84% volume.
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<br/>After fitting, I did another 5 consecutive fill ups - averaged 44.5 mpg. MOT tested co2 = 1.11% volume.
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<br/>It has more than paid for its cost, and it will continue to do so. If you change cars just swap it to the new one. I also have a Thermoflow on my oil central heating, and it saves those fuel bills too.
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<br/>They work on all types of engines, whether fuel injection, electronic engine management systems and catalytic converters.
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<br/>If you want to know more, go to www.bazjasp.co.uk
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<br/>Regards Richard.

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Steve Peel's Response to Magnetic's Review

Written on: 12/02/2007

Hi,
<br/>I had to read your review re the Ecoflow magnets and your comments, well may I tell you that I do not know the facts about them, however there are magnets out there that do work and the best way to prove they work is to get emissions report from your M.O.T. station, then install 1 or 2 magnets depending on size of car after your fuel pump and filter and before your injector, run the car for 3 months and get another emissions test, you will probably get a reduction of at least 30% of hydrocarbons, this is the real proof they work, this means that if you get a reduction in Hydrocarbons you are going to save fuel. The Carbon Trust have a number of Government advisors they don't always get it right and that all magnets that do work regardless of manufacturer should be given the Energy Saving Trust logo for their products and in fact if you look at the VOSA (May 2006) publication it explains about harmful emissions of which Hydrocarbons are one not just Co2's. I believe all vehicles should have magnets installed and by proof of your emissions report you should get a road tax reduction based on the results.
<br/>If you want to read the full real scientific facts contact GMX Europe or GMX International, they have the proof and worldwide testimonials. I hope this info is of some use to you and other readers.
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<br/>best regards
<br/>Steve P

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Carbonkiller's Response to Magnetic's Review

Written on: 14/12/2006

I too am looking for some genuine research on this product. I work for a resource efficiency club which gives free advice to companies on reducing costs and environmental impact. I keep finding people selling the things but so far nothing to convince me they work.
<br/>If they do what they say on the tin they should be on the Carbon Trust&#039;s approved energy technology list and we all should be recommending them to businesses. If they don&#039;t.......
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<br/>Anyone know where I can find some genuine research. Any agents out there prepared to put the boot on the other foot and offer one free in exchange for some hard data collection??

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Magnetic's Response to Magnetic's Review

Written on: 19/11/2006

Thanks for the endorsement. As I said, experience speaks louder than all the "proof" offered by experiments trying to disprove. I'm sure you will continue to find benefits with the Ecoflow fuel conditioner.

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Brianholmes's Response to Magnetic's Review

Written on: 17/11/2006

I fitted an Ecoflow fuel conditioner to my Cobra 6 months ago. I now get 16mpg, instead of 15. And I hit 60mph in 3.8 seconds, instead of 3.9.

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Magnetic's Response to Magnetic's Review

Written on: 17/08/2006

For some things experience speaks louder than all the 'proof' provided by laboratory testing.

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