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Kidde fire extinguisher £14.99 prime / £19.74 non prime @ Amazon

£14.99 @ Amazon
Whether you've managed to get hold of a Samsung galaxy note 7s or your other half is a bad cook then this will come in very handy. Seriously though I think in the modern household these are a must.…
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4m, 1w agoFound 4 months, 1 week ago
Whether you've managed to get hold of a Samsung galaxy note 7s or your other half is a bad cook then this will come in very handy.

Seriously though I think in the modern household these are a must.We have 2 and are very easy to use.Down from nearly £22
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#1
£8.99 in Costco
1 Like #2
Not everyone is a member of Costco.Although you could argue not everyone's a prime member either.Anyway I put it up there to make people aware.
#3
Actually pretty dangerous. You wouldn't want to use this for a cooking fire due to either electrical appliances being used or oil. Also you might have 2 but unless you are going to train your family to use them its safer to just get out when you have a fire.
#4
This reads so like 'Kindle Fire £14.99'
1 Like #5
peympeym
This reads so like 'Kindle Fire £14.99'
I read it as 'Kiddie fire extinguisher' so thought it was a kids one

Edited By: bigpappasmurf13 on Oct 11, 2016 17:17
#6
colinmckenna
Actually pretty dangerous. You wouldn't want to use this for a cooking fire due to either electrical appliances being used or oil. Also you might have 2 but unless you are going to train your family to use them its safer to just get out when you have a fire.
Why can't you use dry powder on things that use electricity?
#8
Perfect for my dryer
1 Like #9
scorpio iscariot
We have 2 and are very easy to use.
What did you have to use them on? Did it work well?
#10
Actually, ignore me, I just realised this is identical to the ones I got from Aldi for £4.99 (or £9.99 for the 2kg ones). This was several years ago, mind, so no need for cheeky time machine comments please. This is a good deal for today.



Edited By: paul_merton on Oct 11, 2016 18:14
#11
Those of us of a certain age were brought up knowing how to put out a chip pan fire with a damp drying up cloth thanks to the government safety advert....
chip pan safety film

Edited By: jamgin on Oct 11, 2016 18:35: .
#12
paul_merton
colinmckenna
Actually pretty dangerous. You wouldn't want to use this for a cooking fire due to either electrical appliances being used or oil. Also you might have 2 but unless you are going to train your family to use them its safer to just get out when you have a fire.
Why can't you use dry powder on things that use electricity?

because dry powder conducts electricity & you fry the cat?
2 Likes #13
Will go perfectly with a Samsung note 7 X)

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