Since the last time I did the magnetic generator post, I am still wondering whether the Magniwork e-book is a scam? Is the idea of producing free energy with magnets bogus? If the idea of free energy is real, how come many people don’t know about it?
What Other People Say
For the last couple of days, I have been researching and reading on the subject matter. There are many people that claim the concept of magnetic generator is legit and some people allege that there is a conspiracy keeping the public from getting access to this type of technology. If you like “conspiracy theory”, this one is right for you.
On the other side of the spectrum, there are people that said the whole idea of getting free energy is phony. The funny thing is, there is a company in Australia that manufactures a commercial version of magnet generator.
Don’t believe me?
Check out Lutec Australia Pty Ltd. They have complete patent (both pending and granted) for their magnetic generator technology in more than 19 countries!
Is Magniwork A Fraud?
Coming back to the Magniwork e-book, is the author trying to cheat the clueless?
Personally, I think there is a lot of hype in the Magniwork web page. The science of using a magnet driven device to generate electricity is not perfect. Nonetheless, many Do It Yourself (DIY) enthusiasts are giving it a try.
If you want to use a magnetic generator to create electricity, you need to understand there will be other components involved. The components are charge controller, battery bank and power inverter.
The function of the charge controller is to use the current generated by the magnetic generator to charge a series of batteries. The best battery for domestic use is the true deep cycle type found on electric golf carts. Since battery can only store Direct Current (DC), you will need to use the power inverter to change to DC to Alternate Current (AC).
There are a lot of things to learn. Are you willing to invest the time?
To reduce your home electricity bill, there are a few simple things you can do. The Magniwork e-book does cover this subject. For example, conducting a full home energy audit to check for air leaks, have better home insulation, servicing your air-conditioning unit or heater etc.
Would you feel swindled if you purchase a copy of Magniwork? Is it bogus?
I try my best not to be too critical when doing a book review. This guide book is not for everyone. If you like scientific stuff and love to build stuff with your hand, there’s no harm giving it a go. Magniwork comes with a 60 days money back guarantee anyway.
For more information about the Magniwork magnetic generator, click on the link below.