Swiss Harmony CarTuner test

Our CarTuner was originally developed to neutralize electrosmog in vehicles and counteract common symptoms such as nausea, headaches, lack of concentration, aggression, microsleep and premature exhaustion.

We have received feedback from many of our customers that the CarTuner not only deletes electrosmog pollution but also reduces fuel consumption. We also noticed this in our own vehicles and decided to investigate this phenomenon more closely. We planned the “Swiss Harmony CarTuner Test”, a two-way trip from London to Edinburgh and back, to find out how big the savings really are.

We rented a car for this purpose. The first outward and return journey was completely without CarTuner, just as we had received the vehicle from the car rental company. We only installed the CarTuner for the second tour, which took place the very next day.

We took meticulous care to ensure that the same route was taken on the second trip at the same speed.

We also invited Jonathan and Matthew from J Motion, a professional video production company in England, to accompany us on the trip to document and film it.

You can see the result in the video below. The summary of the data can be found further down on this page.

Video of the Swiss Harmony CarTuner test:

The results of the Swiss Harmony CarTuner test were impressive.

On the first outward journey to Edinburgh we drove 653 km and consumed 34.77 liters of diesel. This corresponds to a fuel consumption of 5.3 l/100 km.

On the way back to London it was 661 km and we filled up with 39.67 liters. This corresponds to exactly 6 l/100 km.

The second trip to Edinburgh with the built-in CarTuner resulted in a fuel consumption of 4.1 l/100 km. This corresponds to a saving of 22%.

On the way back to London with the built-in CarTuner, we consumed 33.66 liters, the equivalent of 5.1 l/100 km. The saving was 15%.

Here you can see the data at a glance:

Without CarTuner With CarTuner Savings in %
From London to Edinburgh (406 miles) 5.3 l/100 km 4.1 l/100 km 22%
From Edinburgh to London (414 miles) 6.0 l/100 km 5.1 l/100 km 15%

Related articles

New discussion called for on radiation limits

The setting of limits for mobile phone radiation is increasingly coming under scientific and political scrutiny. A workshop in the European Parliament provided an insight into the effects of radiation exposure on people and the environment.

5G and WLAN: worrying signals

Resistance to 5G and the digitalization of schools and nurseries is growing. New studies reveal disturbing findings about the causes of mobile phone radiation. The movie "TOTAL TRUST" is also more than disturbing.

Thanks to cell phones: dead pants instead of fertility

Epidemiological study with soldiers confirms the results of laboratory and animal studies: soldiers who used their cell phone more than 20 times a day had a significantly lower sperm concentration on average than soldiers who used their cell phone less than once a week. This is the result of the largest epidemiological study conducted in Switzerland to date.

If you also feel stressed by the radiation, then it is time for

We use cookies and scripts on our website. Some of them are essential, while others help us to improve this website and your user experience with it.
You have the option to withdraw your consent at any time via the privacy policy.  Customize.
Accept All