A few days ago, we reported on how you can use a voltage-stabilizing metra tool to keep your electrical devices powered when you’re at home or out in the garden.
But it turns out that the device you need to use the stabilizer is not the metra unit you are buying.
And it is not available from the company.
A new website has been set up by a Melbourne woman who claims to have developed a device that she says will stop your electricity meter from dropping below a certain voltage.
The site states the product is available for a one-off payment of $129 and has an online shop.
However, the website is not registered to any company and no information is provided about the website.
The website says that it is in the process of setting up a “distributed community of people who want to use this product for free”.
The site has been designed to work without the internet.
“We are hoping that the community will be able to set up their own site, with a few modifications, that will enable them to do this,” the website says.
The main benefit of the product, the site claims, is that it stops the meter dropping below 1.8 volts.
This is the maximum allowable voltage for your metra device.
“It is the same as a regular voltage stabilisation, but it stops voltage drops below this,” says the website, which also says that you can have the device run for 30 days before it stops working.
The product will be offered in four different colours: gold, silver, blue and green.
However the website doesn’t list which of the four colours you can choose.
The other difference between the stabiliser and the device is that the stabilisers is not a battery-operated device, and is designed to be powered by a solar panel.
However it’s not clear whether the stabilizers battery is capable of powering your meter without your involvement.
“This product does not require an electric current to operate,” the site says.
“The product will not charge an electric power supply or an external power supply, nor can it be used to operate an AC power supply.”
The site also lists a two-week warranty, which is not listed on the website and does not include any other terms.
The price is $129 for a unit that will run for three weeks, and $99 for a four-week guarantee.
“Our product is designed with the user in mind,” the company states.
While the site does not give a specific number of people it says it has already sold about 1,000 units. “
With a community of like-minded users, we hope that this product will become popular and it will be easier for other people to learn about the product and use it.”
While the site does not give a specific number of people it says it has already sold about 1,000 units.
“For those interested in this product, you can register with us for a limited time, for only $129,” the business page states.
It says the device can be bought through a marketplace that it says is set up to allow people to buy metra products, and it’s “currently under development”.
“The goal of this community is to make this product available for free,” the page says.