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Official ridiculous eBay HHO generators etc
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RE: Official ridiculous eBay HHO generators etc
Jameson Wrote:I keep seeing this one...It makes me laugh a little but sad because several people have wasted their money.

Its called the snake. It consists of a 13 foot water hose with supposedly 24 foot of stainless steel cable inside and PVC end that you put water in. Must be good though, on a bench test he produces bubbles as big as goose eggs...interesting. Is that the scientific measurement? What makes me even more mad about this guy is that hes selling them for $150 plus. People please do your research and read these people's feedback.

I always stay clear of anyone that doesn't even take the time to look over their listing to make sure their spelling is correct, or they are using decent grammar. How smart can this guy be if he sounds like an idiot???

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09-19-2008 12:07 PM
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RE: Official ridiculous eBay HHO generators etc
realtyroy Wrote:
Jameson Wrote:I keep seeing this one...It makes me laugh a little but sad because several people have wasted their money.

Its called the snake. It consists of a 13 foot water hose with supposedly 24 foot of stainless steel cable inside and PVC end that you put water in. Must be good though, on a bench test he produces bubbles as big as goose eggs...interesting. Is that the scientific measurement? What makes me even more mad about this guy is that hes selling them for $150 plus. People please do your research and read these people's feedback.

I always stay clear of anyone that doesn't even take the time to look over their listing to make sure their spelling is correct, or they are using decent grammar. How smart can this guy be if he sounds like an idiot???

Agreed! The only people I buy from who spell bad on ebay are the Chinese, just because they don't know our language like we do and can't be precise. Maybe it's because I deal with them on a normal basis for some side businesses I run on and off selling HID kits (bright lights in cars) and other stuff.

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09-19-2008 12:18 PM
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RE: Official ridiculous eBay HHO generators etc
Check out this web site for HHO Scambustgers

http://pmgen.com/hhoresearch/index.php?s...ee11f43fbd

Jameson Wrote:I am going to start this thread in hopes that an eBayer will stumble upon it and see some real info on what they are considering spending their money on. I do not do this to bash eBay..I sell on eBay myself, computer hardware. I only want to help those uninformed buyers.

Anyway..I would like for people to post ridiculous products, claims, etc to help buyers that may be googling HHO, hydrogen, etc because they saw something on eBay and they want to see a review somewhere.

(please do not post the seller as this may get this thread cancelled)
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Here is my first ridiculous eBay find:

Found one that was a PVC tube about the size of a size 9 male shoe. Claims were this: Produces about 3L per minute on only about 10A. No other info was provided, no proof, no pics of cell design, no info on cell design...

So I asked the seller...What is cell config and what test results can you provide to validate these results? ....the answer... I cannot disclose my cell design because many eBayers have been copying my design and trying to sell it. I was like ok, well at least show your output tests so that you can prove your claims.."Sorry I cant do that but I guarantee what I have said" ....Sorry when you have ZERO feedback and are selling a product with no proof of anything...good luck! I was only trying to help. Maybe it was legit...nah. But I was giving the seller the benefit of the doubt.

Please reply to this post as it may help newcomers that do their research on eBay to search elsewhere and get some real info.
10-23-2008 09:35 PM
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RE: Official ridiculous eBay HHO generators etc
You can report it here at HHO Scambusters

http://pmgen.com/hhoresearch/index.php?s...ee11f43fbd

RDKamikaze Wrote:Wow, that's a good find...for a BAD seller and generator scam!! Also, DO NOT buy any of the kits you see ANYWHERE that are created from the SS wire method, because it's a HUGE waste of money. My first generator was an ebay one for $60 consisting of the wide-mouth mason jar and two SS bolts. Wow, what a waste after I stumbled upon this website...

In all honesty, many people are realizing this is now a huge market and are taking advantage of that. DO NOT turn to unreliable sellers for a generator, especially on ebay these days. Too many scams or people looking for money, not quality. If you do happen to find what looks like a good gen on ebay, PLEASE run it through the people on the forums first! Many people can find more problems than one person could ever find by themselves.

In all honesty, I'll be more than happy to build you a generator for $150 instead of seeing you waste time and money going to ebay for the answer. HHO is something that takes time, there is no "one step fix" solution, period. Stop daydreaming and build your own or contact me! Again, you'll have a unit pushing about 1LPM that was built right for $150 instead of a $100 piece of garbage. That's only if you want to spend 3x the cost of making one yourself, though Laugh.
10-23-2008 09:38 PM
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RE: Official ridiculous eBay HHO generators etc
I think we're missing the real issue here. These "HHO" kits are worthless no matter what you do with them. The tiny stream of gases they generate are not nearly sufficient in quantity to have any affect on a car's fuel economy. The "reprogrammer" they sell with some of the "kits" may make you believe they work by sending a false O2 signal to the car's engine management computer which has the effect of causing it to excessively lean out the air/fuel mixture. The long term result of being fed an excessively lean mixture could very well be serious engine damage and shortened engine lifespan. The tiny trickle of hydrogen and oxygen gases has no significant affect whatsoever. I've seen these "kits" sold for $99.99 on ebay. They're worthless. Don't be scammed. Hang on to your hard earned money.
07-19-2009 06:42 AM
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