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Should I buy from website?
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7eviathan Offline
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Should I buy from website?
Hello everyone,

I have a look at webste link is http://www.h2extreme.com/catalog.asp?cle...d3=fsavers

What do you think about this? Is it good? Would it more than 100%?

Please let me know.

Thank you very much.
03-09-2009 02:07 AM
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RE: Should I buy from website?
You'd be much happier with a dry cell similar to this pic (but without the clear plastic end plates, which usually crack). I know nothing about this company, it's just the first pic I found online.

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03-09-2009 06:59 AM
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(03-09-2009 02:07 AM)7eviathan Wrote:  Hello everyone,

I have a look at webste link is http://www.h2extreme.com/catalog.asp?cle...d3=fsavers

What do you think about this? Is it good? Would it more than 100%?

Please let me know.

Thank you very much.
As they say on their web site they're "network engineers". First site I've seen that measures HHO in LPH rather than LPM. Their $199.99 model only produces .8 lpm. Their $49.99 PWM sells for $24.99 on e-bay. They also advertise a bridge rectifier, 200V and 400V. Now, who uses a rectifier to produce HHO in their vehicle? They're expensive, but worse it sounds like they are not very experienced in HHO. You can get one heck of a dry cell for $199.99 if you shop around. There might even be a cell builder on this site that'll build one for you that produces more HHO for less $$$ than these "network engineers".
03-09-2009 07:04 AM
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H2extreme.. I would not be buying his stuff if I were you..

Go for http://brownsgas.com or http://smackboosters.110mb.com/

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03-10-2009 09:46 PM
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Their units are advertised as being built using 304 grade stainless steel. Usable, but not the optimum grade of metal for HHO generators, which suggests they may be building more for lower price level, rather than up to a quality.

I suggest you look around for alternatives before commiting to purchasing one of these units.

Hey Zipstor. I see you are still using your cut-and-paste posting techniques. Lucky you, with one of your latest, you have found a generator to match your hydrogen torch. Nice blue one, 'The Cell'. Nice unit, but, isn't that taking accessorising to the extreme?
03-11-2009 01:24 AM
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Are you being sarcastic at me again mr magoo?

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03-11-2009 01:53 AM
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(03-11-2009 01:53 AM)Zipstor Wrote:  Are you being sarcastic at me again mr magoo?

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Whassup Zipstor? Can't take constructive criticism?
Just trying to be helpful, don't you know. Trying to point out that you're drawing too much attention to yourself. You should try to fit in a bit better. Post less. A lot less. Take a holiday.
03-11-2009 06:24 AM
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(03-11-2009 01:24 AM)benny Wrote:  Hey Zipstor. I see you are still using your cut-and-paste posting techniques. Lucky you, with one of your latest, you have found a generator to match your hydrogen torch. Nice blue one, 'The Cell'. Nice unit, but, isn't that taking accessorising to the extreme?

I don't consider any part of this to be "constructive", just criticism (or a damn weird sense of humor).

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03-11-2009 01:12 PM
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I was having a look on this website and I cant see a dry cell at all, their technology seems to be wet cell only, the only good thing is their water header tank is of top quality, the rest just isnt worth it.
All that for that kind of price and then you have to fit it yourself?

Miles Better with http://www.hydrodrive.org.uk
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02-25-2010 04:59 AM
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(02-25-2010 04:59 AM)Hydrodrive Wrote:  I was having a look on this website and I cant see a dry cell at all, their technology seems to be wet cell only, the only good thing is their water header tank is of top quality, the rest just isnt worth it.
All that for that kind of price and then you have to fit it yourself?
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