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These were two different strings but I think some mixed them together. But as
usual the group just says that it doesn't work out of hand. Probably true but
does anyone know for sure? The discussion then disintegrates to the best known
method. Does anyone know the answer to the original questions. Does either of
these methods work? You would think the Vancouver EAA or a group in Northern
Washington would know these people or even might be employees. Did you buy the
service? Did you buy the charger? Did a friend use them? The true and final
answer is what I want. Proof one way or another. I bet the same stuff was
talked about when Soniel chargers came out and now they are well respected. So
please no speculation. Just the facts Mam. If someone got burned please speak
up. If it worked for you how did it work, what results & now what is your
opinion based on first hand experience. Thanks a bunch. Lawrence
Rhodes........

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Lawrence Rhodes wrote:

> Does anyone know the answer to the original questions.
> Does either of these methods work? You would
> think the Vancouver EAA or a group in Northern Washington
> would know these people or even might be employees.

I'm not sure why you think this, or why you think the Tesla charger company is in any way related to anything or anyone in Vancouver (WA or BC).

The Tesla charger website doesn't appear to offer a physical address, but does state that their products are made in the USA and specifies their phone contact hours in Eastern Time.

> Did you buy the service? Did you buy the charger? Did a friend use
> them? The true and final answer is what I want. Proof one
> way or another.

I have no experience with the Tesla chargers and cannot comment on them.

I have not seen the Vancouver (BC) man offering to sell battery rejuvenation secrets for at least a year, however, I have in the past offered to validate his claims for him using the test equipment at my disposal. I don't care what his secret process is, I just want to measure the performance of a battery (of his choosing) before and after he performs the secret process (in the privacy of his own workshop), to quantify what, if any, performance change there is.

It seems to me that if I had a secret process that I was confident did work, that I would be quite happy to have an independent third party verify this (at no cost!) and provide quantitative test data that I could use to promote my product and increase sales, especially if I don't have to disclose my secret process and so risk having it stolen or shared for free.

The fact that this fellow does appear to have any quantitative data of his own and has never expressed any interest in taking me up on my offer answers your question quite conclusively for me.

Cheers,

Roger.

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Roger Stockton wrote:

> The fact that this fellow does appear to have any
^^^^
doesn't

> quantitative data of his own and has never expressed any
> interest in taking me up on my offer answers your question
> quite conclusively for me.

Sorry about any confusion that typo may have caused... ;^>

Cheers,

Roger.

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Roger Stockton <[email protected]>wrote:

> Lawrence Rhodes wrote:
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> > Does anyone know the answer to the original questions.
> > Does either of these methods work? You would
> > think the Vancouver EAA or a group in Northern Washington
> > would know these people or even might be employees.
>
> I'm not sure why you think this, or why you think the Tesla charger company
> is in any way related to anything or anyone in Vancouver (WA or BC).
>

It's not.

Vancouver battery reviver guy (Rob Matthies):
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NzIMq9JdbfA<http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NzIMq9JdbfA&feature=related>

Tesla Charger guy (Peter Lindeman):
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HgSVB1o8cuY
- A snip at only $481 for a 1A trickle charger!

Different guys, similar very dubious claims.
I wish people would stop publicising this sort of thing on the EVDL, it's
not relevant to our interests.
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