Watt Rescue – American Consumers Beward Originates From China
Many American homes are built to conserve energy. These homes are filled to the brim with eco-friendly smart home devices, such as the thermostat, LED bulb, water leak sensor, faucet controller, and power strip. All of these devices are designed to decrease energy usage.
Another device that has captured a lot of attention from American consumers is the Watt Rescue. This compact, handheld, low-profile device measures 4.72” L X 2-3/4” W. It plugs directly into a 110-volt receptacle near other electric-powered devices. It is designed to “store electrical charge,” resulting in decreased energy consumption.
To get the most out of Watt Rescue, it is recommended to plug into a power strip. This will allow Watt Rescue to reduce energy consumption for up to five devices when utilizing a power strip with six outlets.
Watt Rescue is sold for $29.99 each, plus $9.97 for shipping and handling. For an additional $5.03, you can get two units with free shipping. The more you buy, the more you save.
Watt Rescue is available on instantfinestdeals.com, which does not have an About Us page. The Contact Us page shows the address 2271 W. Malvern Ave., Fullerton, CA 92833, which is a UPS store.
A business search via the California Secretary of State website provided no results. So, there is no registered California-based business by the name of Instant Finest Deals.
The same item is being sold on AliExpress for $1.10 each plus $6.05 for shipping to the U.S.
Instantfinestdeals.com was registered on June 20, 2020, to an individual or entity in Ontario, Canada.
Chnee Power Saving Box
Another Chinese-manufactured device very similar to the Watt Rescue is branded Chnee. It can be found on AliExpress for about $7 per unit with free shipping and $10.99 on Amazon. There are probably a few fraudulent websites peddling this device as well.
Remember Chinese Counterfeit Battery Explosions?
In 2019, China ruled Lithium-Ion rechargeable battery manufacturing. The country was mass-producing rechargeable batteries for hoverboards, cellphones, and other devices. It didn’t take very long before American manufacturers realized they made horrible mistakes by depending on Chinese-made rechargeable batteries. Hoverboard and cellphone batteries were exploding all across the United States, forcing the Consumer Product Safety Commission to call for a ban on these products.
An investigation determined China was selling American companies counterfeit rechargeable batteries. The impacted companies immediately took action by replacing the knockoff batteries with Samsung batteries.
Afterword – Watt Rescue Scam
The Watt Rescue is a great concept. If you want to see if it works as guaranteed, you can head over to Amazon, where you will find a testing video created by Heunwa. Amazon also has a large selection of Watt Rescue look-a-likes, including Heunwa, Winvin, Ibiky, Tsinc, and Seniorshop-US.
Amazon was once known as having the best customer service in the world. The company took pride in providing American consumers with genuine brand-name products, like Nike, Adidas, Samsung, NetGear, Reebok, Lego, Sony, Guess, DKNY, Nautica, and Calvin Klein. Unfortunately, this is no longer the case. Many American consumers now refer to Amazon Marketplace as the “little Alibaba.”
How Amazon is okay with allowing its FBA sellers to peddle their Alibaba and AliExpress products, all of which are the same products with different brand labels, is befuddling. And, even worse, Amazon is responsible for warehousing, processing, and shipping these products to American consumers.
If you want to test the Watt Rescue and save a lot of money in the process, buy them from Amazon, eBay, Alibaba, and AliExpress. At least you would have a leg to stand on, in the event you get scammed by the seller.
If you are familiar with Chinese-manufactured products, you know they are not high-quality. And, the risk of manufacturing defects is extremely high when it comes to products produced in China.
Even when shopping on Amazon and eBay, it is crucial to conduct thorough research. More than 50% of the items sold on Amazon are coming directly from Alibaba and AliExpress. Amazon is not what it used to be. If you do not believe Nayzayerz, check out the company’s thousands of BBB complaints. More than 17,000 customer complaints and BBB still rates Amazon an A.
Is Watt Rescue a scam? Probably!