Used to be but after a year or two they put someone on who said she
was cured. It was probably a fluke or a coincidence. I don't
understand why I don't find them along with scam in a google search.
Maytbe the spouses are all too old and depressed after wasting
thousands on snake oil.
There's a countertop display of these at my local industrial tool store.
I'd buy one, but it uses some non-standard batteries. No reason I can
see for not using AA or AAA. Can't remember exactly, but maybe it was a
coin-cell stack. No way I'd buy one given that idiocy.
Thats the same conclusion I had after seeing that commercial. It states
the unit as shipped gives "100,000 hours of reliable light". Making me
wonder what sort of battery technology they were using.
An honest commercial might tout "the "bulb" in our "miracle light" lasts
for up to 100,000 hrs."
HomeOwnersHub.com is a website for homeowners and building and maintenance pros. It is not affiliated with any of the manufacturers or service providers discussed here.
All logos and trade names are the property of their respective owners.