Power 4 Patriots Reviews

About Power 4 Patriots

The Power 4 Patriots system is a new guide from Frank Bates, who says that anyone, regardless of skill or knowledge, can use his system to create their own home electrical system and slash their current bill by 75%.

According to his website, Bates says that electricity monopolies and government agencies are “incompetent, lying crooks” who are keeping your heating bills “criminally high,” but that you have the ability to change that.

The Power 4 Patriots system claims to be 100% legal and will work even for people who don’t have a lot of money to spend or people who may not consider themselves “handy.”

The system concentrates on giving people the step by step guides they needed to create solar and wind energy producing systems right in their own background, so they can cut their energy bills drastically.

The package includes 6 videos which concentrate on creating your solar power system. They show you how to choose the right materials, to find the perfect place for your new solar panels, to avoid costly mistakes, to make a few simple but critical tweaks to yours panels to maximize power output, as well as 2 companion construction manuals.

There are also 4 videos that show you the best sources and parts for you wind turbine, how to find the perfect spot for your turbine, and how to draw maximum power from your turbine, as well as 2 companion construction manuals.

All 10 videos and 4 guides for the solar panel and wind turbine project construction, as well as the bonus guides for solar heater construction and maximizing solar heat throughout your home is $27.

If you have any experience with this system, then please leave your Power 4 Patriots system reviews below.

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Get Ready for Your Inbox to be Hit

Reviewed By Scott L on May 27, 2017

I can't comment on the Power4Patriots program. At first glance, I'm always a little skeptical of any website that doesn't post prices, instead asks you to enter your information then they take you to another website.

I purchased the Food4Patriots product, which is run by the same gentleman. The food was good and all that it purported to be. But, after having purchased it, my inbox has received daily hits by Mr. Bates who outlines the desperate need with have for independence without government involvement.

Part of that I agree with, a lot of it I have issues with. Bottom line, the Food4Patriots product was very good and I would recommend it. I'm not sure I want to dive into this one without seeing what I'm getting and paying for before providing all my information.

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This is a legit company

Reviewed By Robin Hughes on March 29, 2016, robinkhughes@ymail.com

I've done some reading and even ordered a few things from them and got exactly what I ordered. According to the top review article, I would have to disagree with Power4Patriots bashing the electric company and government. They do purport expensive electricity and ways to decrease the bills. I ordered the 4 books with DVDs on how to build solar panels. I'd checked this type of info out years ago and these books and DVDs are right on. Power4Patriots never states that it's a snap to build this kind of equipment. It's excellent learning and really good for your older kids (teens) to learn.

I would be careful about calling something a scam especially if your not experienced nor have a good knowledge base about a subject. If you do your research, you'll find all kinds of internet info out there that has this same type of into except they'll sell you the premade solar panels for a nice price. Frank's is just trying to help those who don't have $10,000 - $30,000 to come up with all at once.

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WTF?

Reviewed By Annelise Ekland on February 27, 2016, HomeLoft@gmail.com

I wrote a detailed review but your system insisted I "sign in". By the time it finished with this thoroughly annoying practice (god, you'd think we were trying to break into bloody Ft. Knox!) your system deleted my review. Well, too bad. I'm not going to write another one and some of the things I discussed, like the predatory practices of Duke Energy, will go unknown. What is up with you people online that logging in in more important than what someone has written??? Too many sites do this and it is a BRAINLESS practice!

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Reviewed By Austin Cain on February 27, 2015, Clarksdale, Mississippi

This is way off topic but why even worry about whether it's a scam? Just go to the library and research electricity. Start with how it works and then look at how to stabilize the current. My plan is to build a rail with large capacitors to provide a stable 50 amp current to the house. Before the power gets there I want to design solar and battery setup which is turned on and off by zener diodes and relays. It should be simple enough to program an Arduino to control the voltage to keep your batteries from overcharging if you don't know how to design circuits. This crap really is easy, I don't intend to buy into the Power 4 Patriots BS because I have a pretty good understanding of how electrical current works.

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Will someone who built the system please review it. I'm sick of people who never tried it call it a scam.

Reviewed By Keith Miller on January 7, 2015

I would like to hear from someone who bought the system and built it. I'm tired of hearing supporters of the President call it a scam because the ad is critical of him. One idiot even brought up the race card. I'm sorry but a bad President is a bad President no matter what color he is. Enough about politics I just want to know if this system works.

Keith M - NJ

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Adolph Manson
January 23, 2015

Yet another crappy, unrealistic, overall unwirkable, plan of which success can only be measured in how many idiots send this scamster money.

David Andrews
January 24, 2015

I have an electronics background. Power for Patriots and Solutions from Science seem to rely on over dramatization, blaming the government and greedy corporations, and trying to appeal to the audience’s emotions while playing loose with the facts to sell their products. Some of the products seem to have merit, but are usually over-hyped and over-priced. That said, their solar panel, inverter, and battery set up could be good for some people. Just be sure you understand the numbers to see if it will fit your needs. It depends on which advertisments you are responding to as well (it could be good for camping or emergency lighting, but not good for selling electricity back to the evil power companies for example). Find out how long it will provide electricity at the top watt rating and you tell us. I have heard that the solar power information in their books and videos is pretty good though.

October 08, 2015

I built these panels, it's a bit of a learning curve, but got really good at it. They provide the cells for a fee (not very expensive), and getting all the other materials from a DIY store (HomeDepot or similar), I was able to build 93 watt solar panels. It takes time, but as far as I'm concerned, it is pretty legit. However, doing an "off the grid" system requires a shit ton of batteries (marine batteries) and a finding way to convert your 110v lighting to a 12 volt system is a bit tedious. But with a little motivation, some patience and somewhat of a working knowledge of electrical currents, AC and DC is a huge advantage for making this work. I think people just want something for nothing and realize you have to really do some work to get the product they advertise you can make.

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