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Global Energy Devices & Mileage Shop

Has anybody gotten any MPG savings using a HHO cell from Global Energy Devices & Mileage Shop ?

I doubt it, they make JUNK cells, no research behind their design. we get calls once a week from one of their customers complaining, they got no gains. Cell froze and leaked. The owners of these companies do not even install them on their own cars.


  • These devices have been proven to be scams on a fairly routine basis. But there are still those who buy them anyway.
  • edited January 2013
    Even if they were reliable, there would be no advantage; the laws of thermodynamics state that you can't create energy out of nothing. These things take more energy to produce the hydrogen than the energy in the hydrogen created.

    Complete scam.
  • Over the last ten years, the increase in gains in mileage have not been through major technological break throughs in the mechanics of the internal combustion motor. It has been instead, a direct result of the integration of the computer as a management tool for the entire automobile. . It has in function combined all functions from the sound system to the transmission under one umbrella and now makes decisions to optimize all the functions in ways that prior to now, we're impossible by mechanical means alone.

    Nothing else you add to a car on your owned that wasn't programed in as a Variable the computer can't manipulate is of much good; not even, Global Emergy devices.
  • Well stated, Dag.
    I'd add that the integration of computers into the design and manufacturing processes have also had an influence. As has materials engineering.
  • Yah, if these ''devices''...any of them , were worth beans,
    the ENTIRE automotive industry would be beating down their door wanting one for every vehicle produced.
    Think about it.
  • Beans produce more energy ?
    invent a device in the seat pad to collect............
  • I smell a rat.

    Andrew has a single post and posts a link to a web site for such devices. An unusual tactic, but this might be under the category "Any publicity is better than no publicity!"
  • But what if you use the HHO AND the Enerpulse plugs?

  • Just do a search for "broandrew HHO" and you'll find numerous hits for Andrew pushing his HHO products.

    In one of them, his profile states "hydrogen junkie at heart".

    Moderator: It sounds like this thread should be removed to prevent Andrew from getting any more free publicity than he's currently getting.
  • Good point @JoeMario - sounds like one of those 'We have the REAL phone psychics' ads we used to see on TV. 100% BS...
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