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On 06/01/2008 09:44 PM, Marc "Zeke" Kossover wrote:
And on the one I bought from them, the so-called capacitors
were in fact batteries. The magnet was vaguely magnetic,
but the wiring was completely a joke. It didn't really
connect to anything.
Thanks for the heads-up ... I wouldn't have discovered the
problem on my own until much, much later.
This is about as embarrassing as possibly could be. I gave
one as a gift to a little kid, then read Marc's note and
realized I'd been swindled.
Ever try to un-give a present? Not a good situation.
There *are* products in this category that actually work;
this just isn't one of them.
Sorry for any confusion I caused.
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