Lasted edited by Andrew Munsey, updated on June 14, 2016 at 8:56 pm.
Compiled by Congress:Founder:Sterling D. Allan
Pure Energy Systems News
February 5, 2016
Stuart Campbell brought to my attention that at least two people have received their Directory:Steorn's Orbo 'Power Cube' USB Charger and are reporting on their usage.
Dispatches from the Future writes:
: Second user to put OPhone to the test
: February 5, 2016 Michael Ferrier
: A second OPhone user is featured in a new video posted on Steorn’s Facebook page. Jennifer Roe is a bar manager in Dublin who claims to be on the phone constantly throughout the day. She received an OPhone today and is eager to start using it because her current smartphone is “just not able to keep up.” She explains that if the OPhone’s battery is depleted, it will recharge itself when left to sit for a couple of hours. She hasn’t had to make use of this capability yet, however, because though she’s been using it often throughout her first day with it, the battery charge display still appears full. She shows each side of the OPhone to the camera, demonstrating that there is not even a port that would allow the OPhone to be charged.
: Like Rachel Wallace, Roe states that she will be giving regular updates on her experience with the OPhone through Steorn’s Facebook page. It’s great to see Orbo products starting to trickle out into the hands of users, but Roe’s testimonials stand to have all of the same problems as Wallace’s, starting with the fact that they’ve both been enlisted directly by Steorn as part of a marketing campaign. The real test will begin when (and if) Steorn starts shipping products out to independent third parties.
Here's a link to the "OGirl with her OPhone" on Steorn's Facebook page.
Here's another link of relevance: http://steornnews.com/new-orbo-ophone-user-testimonial/
OGirl has just posted her report today on one week's experience with the OPhone.
: [5:21:39 PM] Stuart Campbell: A bit of a blonde report unfortunately.
: Would have liked to know why it turned itself off and then back on. Maybe due to substantial use ?
: Bit unclear when it is supposedly always charging the battery, it would have to be extensive use to run the battery out.
: [5:24:10 PM] Sterling D. Allan: She said it ran down twice in a week. I'm guessing it was from heavy use. The OCube [or whatever they call that internal generator] was not able to keep up with it [at those times of heavy use].