Update: It's now $10 with free shipping.

Ends at 9PM PT. Daily Steals Home has the Pro Power Meter PPM3000 Plug-In Electric Cost/Usage Monitor for $15 with free shipping. Tracks energy usage minute by minute and displays energy use in kilowatts and dollars.
Retail: $60

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    njank Ben's cred: 11
    Posted 6:31 am PDT 06/13/13

    Mine came up at $10 shipped...

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    johnnylately Ben's cred: 214
    Posted 6:45 am PDT 06/13/13

    $10 for me also. I am not able to find any reviews. Northern Tool shows it as discontinued.

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    dizzymon247 Ben's cred: 153
    Posted 9:24 am PDT 06/13/13

    Wasting power to look at how much power is being consumed is counter productive.

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    dave_c Ben's cred: 3825
    Posted 10:28 am PDT 06/13/13

    Yeah, the only really useful purpose I found for my Kill A Watt version is to see what effect computer power management and o'c settings were having at the wall and what % that was of the PSU rating. Otherwise it is fairly easy to get a ballpark estimate of other devices without any measurement.

    Then again, $10... might make a nice piece in a Christmas present bundle for one of your green friends.

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    Myself Ben's cred: 214
    Posted 10:43 am PDT 06/13/13

    I use my Kill-a-Watt all the time. It's useful for illustrating "This draws too much to run on that little extension cord", among other things. (Handy hint: Retractable cord reels should be pulled out all the way before running heavy loads on 'em, so the cord can dissipate heat that would otherwise build up in the reel.)

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    dave_c Ben's cred: 3825
    Posted 11:13 am PDT 06/13/13

    ^ Don't all semi-high current devices require this be listed on the label or casing?

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    TerryUSA Ben's cred: 4
    Posted 1:42 pm PDT 06/13/13

    Just got one. I have always wondered what my computer gear is really using. I have a high dollar UPS that tracks some things so I can even check to see if the readings match match. For $10 bucks i'll give it a shot.

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    cvbn Ben's cred: 130
    Posted 4:28 pm PDT 06/13/13

    good deal compared to killwatt $17-25

    use on your refrigerator tv etc

    I see some killawatt at $46

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    dave_c Ben's cred: 3825
    Posted 8:41 pm PDT 06/13/13

    Come to think of it, I don't see any branding nor it claiming anywhere that it's UL listed which I insist upon for any gadget plugged into mains AC. Don't see the UL logo on the package pic either but they don't show the back.

    Anyone know if it is UL certified?

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    wahoo.pags Ben's cred: 3
    Posted 10:12 am PDT 07/11/13

    dave_c wrote:
    Come to think of it, I don't see any branding nor it claiming anywhere that it's UL listed which I insist upon for any gadget plugged into mains AC. Don't see the UL logo on the package pic either but they don't show the back. Anyone know if it is UL certified?


    I wish I had paid attention to this post...I bought it and smells like a component melted...has a CE marking but no UL cert...going to contact the company...

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