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Index pertaining to replications of Mike Brady's Perendev All-Magnet Motor.

Commenced as a separate index page Jan. 30, 2010.



Alleged Successful

S. American

I've been in touch with an inventor in S. America who claims to have created a 30 kW, load-following Perendev-like design that powered a house continuously for several years. He stopped communicating with me because I'm too much a blabber mouth. He wanted $100 million for a buy-out from someone who wants to take it to market; otherwise, he's taking his time to raise the finances to do it himself, and he's making great progress in that direction. -- Sterling D. Allan

Wasif Kahloon

  • Featured: Magnet Motors >
    Wasif Kahloon's Magnet Motor - On December 14, 2013, Pakistani inventor, Wasif Kahloon posted a video showing rotation with output through a generator that he said was 3.5 kW. It powered two heating elements as well as a fan. "It will be available in the market shortly for personal, industrial and public uses to produce electrical and mechanical energy." (PESWiki; January 27, 2014)

Michael MacInnes

  • Featured: Magnet Motors > Perendev > Replications >
    Michael MacInnes' Magnet Motor - Michael MacInnes and Amir Abyaneh of Canada have designed what appears to be a working all-magnet motor. A video shows a walk-around of the unit before turning it on. The acceleration is not huge, but it does accelerate. The video title mentions "2500 rpm", which is probably where it reaches equilibrium. (PESWiki; March 28, 2013)



  • Memo: We pulled the Feb. 17, 2009 PESN story about the Perendev-like magnet motor replica in order to wait until validation has taken place. Thanks for understanding. -- Sterling.




(10 seconds)

  • Magnetic motor - This motor runs on perendev concept. (YouTube; December 27, 2007)

Video by Amit Kumar <akpatent {at}> is not long enough nor does it show enough angles to be convincing.


On August 02, 2010 4:22 PM mountain, J.W. wrote:

Hello Sterling,

In response to your message requesting elaboration on my knowledge of the Perendev design, I'd like to clarify that I have never met Michael Brady; and did not witness his machine running first hand. Though, I have built several magnetic motors including one very similar to the Perendev design, and I know how little they actually output when connected to an alternator. The nine kilowatt output rating, as stated by Brady in another video, is way too high, less than 1 kilowatt being far more likely, even for such an optimized system, but is still a high estimate.* * * *

On August 03, 2010 10:09 AM mountain, J.W. wrote:

Hello Sterling,

Unfortunately, most of my projects are salvaged for parts to be used in other projects. My lab is very ill equipped, as proper equipment is incredibly expensive, so I try to make do with what is available to me in an effort to save money and time. Luckily, the parts required for these particular projects are very inexpensive and readily available.

I am a --- by trade and have recently been accepted to work at ---. Though, the tremendous workload will prevent me from pursuing my extracurricular activities, engineering being just one of them, I will try and rebuild the original working magnetic motor whenever time allows me to do so. If I get to finish it, I'll post the end product, with an in-depth description of it's inner workings, onto and perhaps or similar.

I realize how much interest there is in magnetic motors, which was mainly why I myself became interested in them. There is a lot of misinformation being spread about them, perpetual motion related nonsense mostly, Brady's claims certainly didn't help matters, casting a bad light on the people doing honest work. The design is very basic without frills, the Perendev design is just an extension of the same basic design, regardless of what all of these "internet people" say, it works.

I'll let you know sometime in the future when the project has been completed and where you can find the video. It's good to see people who actually care about alternative energy. Thank you for your interest.

Jeff Lacroix

  • Lacroix Magnet Motor Prototype Video - Jeffery Lacroix came up with an idea for a magnet motor in 2004, then in 2006 he saw that Mike Brady's Perendev motor integrates the essential design, minus some particulars which Jeffery has recently implemented in a working prototype. (YouTube; March 04, 2007)

Screw Magnet motor

  • Screw-Magnet Motor Crude Prototype - Four rows of screws, off-set around a cylinder, appear to cause the cylinder to spin when a holder of four neodymium magnets is brought close to it. Resembles the Perendev arrangement.
  • "My perendev motor did work. I made a small scale of it and modified it so it would work (seemed simple in principle my modifications). I had no speed control, just trying to see if it would work. Eventually went so fast it flew apart. Is it worth spending $1000.00 in supplies to make a bigger one that will work and can keep at one speed? Or is it really already been done and I would be wasting my time and money?" (Patrick Caster <>, Jan. 19, 2006)
It was not a replica , but used the same basic design. It was a halfbaked design made out of not-strong-enough material to withstand the spinning. Sorry no pictures, but waiting to buy more materials and use same concept to make larger, lasting one. I found flaws in the logic of the perendev so made what I thought would be sound to me. My motor was less than 8" in total size with 1/2" X 1" permanant magnets. When I get the next one working, and not flying apart, you will all know. (Patrick Caster <>; Jan. 22, 2006)
I am looking for cheaper, weaker magnets now, to try reproducing same model with better material for bearings and such. Just want to make a cheap version that goes around to see if I can make one that will keep running and see how long it runs. Will take time, I have a lot of other work to do, but will keep you informed if I can duplicate and sustain one. I [...] want to see if I can reproduce same first and make stable. Maybe if I get it running in cheap version I will go for the expensive version and need help. (Patrick Caster <>; Jan. 23, 2006)


(1.32 Minutes) Working on Replica - Unsuccessful

  • Replica of Perendev magnet motor. This is first step. Not working. Next is to create other two parts and to add magnets shielding. (YouTube; October 10, 2008)

(4.26 Minutes) TeslaTech demonstration by Sterling D. Allan - Unsuccessful

  • Replica of Perendev magnet motor demonstrated by Sterling D. Allan at the TeslaTech 2005 Conference. Video by Tim Ventura. Allan describes a flaw in the magnetization process that he attributes to the unsuccessful replication. (YouTube; March 7, 2010)

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Doug Furr

See Directory:Douglas_K._Furr

Douglas K. Furr received a Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering from Trinity College and University, Sioux Falls, South Dakota. He owns and operates a production facility in Orem, UT USA, including lathes, injection molding machines, EDM, CNC machines.

He has been listed at the PES Network, Inc "Mechanical Engineer" since their founding in November of 2003. Before that, he was involved in the parent company, PerenTech, which was founded to help manufacture and market the Perendev magnet motor. With the inventor, Make Brady's permission, Doug built a 1/4-scale replica of the Perendev Magnet Motor, which they were not able to get to run. Many people have seen photos and a video of that motor. PerenTech subsequently left negotiations with Brady.

Tom Valone

Mike Schuckel

  • "I have built several Perendev motors with no [positive] results thus far. I have several small rotors and one small set of stators that I built to try and verify this technology about 1.5 years ago. The motors are mere little toys that I built to try and validate the data we had to use at the time. Even though Mike Brady has cried wolf several on several occasions. I still believe that he has something." -- Mike Schuckel, NEC (Feb. 18, 2007)

Thomas of Slovakia

Robert Rowley

  • "Robert Rowley Searches for the truth about the Perendev Magnet Motor. Just because I did not succeed does not mean that the other Perendev Videos are a fraud. Another configuration of magnets will be tested... If you look at my favorites on this same page you will see a drawing of the perendev cofiguration it shows that the magnets in the stator are magnetized through the diameter and not the poles. After doing hand tests I discovered that when the stator magnets are magnetized like the drawing shows the most powerful negative forces are reversed and become positive forces. The negative forces are shortened to almost nothing. Based on observation I would say this motor will work if built properly!
I believe that the video of the Perendev Magnet Motor is authentic and that my attempt failed because I used the wrong configuration of magnets. In this video the magnets are all magnetized through the poles. When I did my research on the perendev I ignored a drawing showing magnets magnetized both ways being used. So apperantly I did some preliminary testing on what configuration might work and found that if the magnets in the stators are magnetized through the diameter that it causes something very different to happen as the magnets pass by eachother. It looks promising...
At I welcome partners to join me for this and other interesting projects because when we partner on discoveries it costs less for everyone. (YouTube; user: magnetmotortv; March 21, 2009)

phone: 310-266-7574

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(23 seconds)

  • Perendev Magnet Motor Copy Its a GREAT BRAKE! - I built this magnet motor before researching about the Perendev design. My experience is that it is an EXCELLENT magnetic brake! (YouTube; November 16, 2007)

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(15 seconds)

  • Magnet Motor - Search for Free Energy - (YouTube; January 17, 2008)

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