Portable 600g powder fire extinguisher £9.50 delivered @ fastcardirect_walsall ebay. (Ideal for your galaxy note 7) - HotUKDeals
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Portable 600g powder fire extinguisher £9.50 delivered @ fastcardirect_walsall ebay. (Ideal for your galaxy note 7)

£9.50 @ eBay
Love this time of year when the nights are drawing in, there's a chill in the air & the whole family gathers round a roaring Galaxy Note 7. This handy little extinguisher will be there to help put …
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4m, 1w agoFound 4 months, 1 week ago
Love this time of year when the nights are drawing in, there's a chill in the air & the whole family gathers round a roaring Galaxy Note 7.

This handy little extinguisher will be there to help put out those unwanted bursts of flames.

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28 Likes
NeelixWasANiceMan
it may save your life but you'll be cleaning up powder in the house for 2 weeks.

Hmm. Tough decision that, may just have to die then :(
15 Likes
Heat for the description :D
5 Likes
Ordered a box full to keep by my Hotpoint dryer and Beko fridge freezer.

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15 Likes #1
Heat for the description :D
#2
if its in anticipation of a Samsung fire, get a 1kg one or a fire blanket. alternatively a cast iron fire pit for the patio.
#3
Lol
2 Likes #4
it may save your life but you'll be cleaning up powder in the house for 2 weeks.
28 Likes #5
NeelixWasANiceMan
it may save your life but you'll be cleaning up powder in the house for 2 weeks.

Hmm. Tough decision that, may just have to die then :(
5 Likes #6
Ordered a box full to keep by my Hotpoint dryer and Beko fridge freezer.
#7
Waldolf
Ordered a box full to keep by my Hotpoint dryer and Beko fridge freezer.


​think you would be better off on eBay looking for a green goddess
1 Like #8
pennyfarthing88
Heat for the description :D

Same reason as I heated this. :D
#9
Can anyone say hoverboard
1 Like #10
Come home to a real fire . Buy a galaxy note 7 (Heat added forgive the pun )


Edited By: Wheelbarrow_Oil on Oct 12, 2016 19:33
#11
Ideal for galaxy hahahaha
#12
need one of these after all the awful videos on live leak of people burning after car crashes
#13
NeelixWasANiceMan
it may save your life but you'll be cleaning up powder in the house for 2 weeks.
your right much easier the clean up after fire
#14
Na, i find one of these much more effective...

http://static.mascus.com/image/product/large/89ef1e39/volvo-fl6,78fd505c.jpg

grab a bargain for only £1995!!
1 Like #15
118luke
Na, i find one of these much more effective...http://static.mascus.com/image/product/large/89ef1e39/volvo-fl6,78fd505c.jpggrab a bargain for only £1995!!
Postage:
Will post to United Kingdom.

oO
1 Like #16
Some cheap ones on there. Just clicked on an AA branded 950g powder one for another 49p. Those extra 350 grams might be worth the extra 49p?

I dunno can't say I have put out anything with a powder extinguisher. I usually just roll it off when I catch on fire but I can give this a try.
#17
Far to small. Would only put out a tiny fire. Far better getting a fire blanket instead.
1 Like #18
118luke
Na, i find one of these much more effective...

http://static.mascus.com/image/product/large/89ef1e39/volvo-fl6,78fd505c.jpg

grab a bargain for only £1995!!


​whoops.... I clicked "buy it now"
2 Likes #19
will one of these be enough for my Vauxhall zafira
1 Like #20
Worth pointing out this is a BC extinguisher, not ABC. Class A fires involve paper, wood, fabric, plastics etc. whereas B and C basically involve fuels like petrol and propane. For home use, an ABC powder extinguisher is generally most useful - I think many house fires are likely to be Class A

Edited By: shambolix on Oct 13, 2016 08:30
2 Likes #21
got a better one from lidl (abc) for 7.99 they flew of the shelf maybe i shouldnt have pulled the pin
3 Likes #22
did any one of you hot voters actually used one of these? ever?
this little thing will ruin EVERYTHING, every object within it's reach, the superfine dust is impossible to remove from any fabrics, electronics, etc.
do yourself a favor and get a foam one.
this "deal" may potentially cost you £1000's in damage. it may also suffocate you as it is as bad as smoke to inhale indoors.
be safe and smart!
#23
missmisiowa
did any one of you hot voters actually used one of these? ever?
this little thing will ruin EVERYTHING, every object within it's reach, the superfine dust is impossible to remove from any fabrics, electronics, etc.
do yourself a favor and get a foam one.
this "deal" may potentially cost you £1000's in damage. it may also suffocate you as it is as bad as smoke to inhale indoors.
be safe and smart!

Be smart, Be safe. Get an Iphone. X)
2 Likes #24
missmisiowa
did any one of you hot voters actually used one of these? ever?
this little thing will ruin EVERYTHING, every object within it's reach, the superfine dust is impossible to remove from any fabrics, electronics, etc.
do yourself a favor and get a foam one.
this "deal" may potentially cost you £1000's in damage. it may also suffocate you as it is as bad as smoke to inhale indoors.
be safe and smart!


Do you even know what you are talking about?

Would not be very "safe or smart" tackling an electrical fire with a foam fire extinguisher.

Your "recommendation" could cause someone their house or worse, their life!
#25
this would be slightly amusing 3 weeks ago
#26
dataload
this would be slightly amusing 3 weeks ago

355 heat bruh. Still funny.
#27
MrScotchBonnet
dataload
this would be slightly amusing 3 weeks ago
355 heat bruh. Still funny.
heat isn't based on comedy value, bruh
#28
dataload
MrScotchBonnet
dataload
this would be slightly amusing 3 weeks ago
355 heat bruh. Still funny.
heat isn't based on comedy value, bruh

must be, this wouldn't be as hot else bruh
#29
MrScotchBonnet
dataload
MrScotchBonnet
dataload
this would be slightly amusing 3 weeks ago
355 heat bruh. Still funny.
heat isn't based on comedy value, bruh
must be, this wouldn't be as hot else bruh
so the price isn't good, it's just funny? thank you for the confirmation
#30
dataload
MrScotchBonnet
dataload
MrScotchBonnet
dataload
this would be slightly amusing 3 weeks ago
355 heat bruh. Still funny.
heat isn't based on comedy value, bruh
must be, this wouldn't be as hot else bruh
so the price isn't good, it's just funny? thank you for the confirmation

Nah it's still a pretty good price.
4 Likes #31
deal_miner
Can anyone say hoverboard

"hoverboard"
#32
118luke
Na, i find one of these much more effective...http://static.mascus.com/image/product/large/89ef1e39/volvo-fl6,78fd505c.jpggrab a bargain for only £1995!!
I've just spent 5 minutes working out if I can store a cheap fire engine for £2k!....no
Can I think about a business opportunity for a 3rd hand fire engine..... no

Still want it though.
#33
p9dyl
missmisiowa
did any one of you hot voters actually used one of these? ever?
this little thing will ruin EVERYTHING, every object within it's reach, the superfine dust is impossible to remove from any fabrics, electronics, etc.
do yourself a favor and get a foam one.
this "deal" may potentially cost you £1000's in damage. it may also suffocate you as it is as bad as smoke to inhale indoors.
be safe and smart!
Do you even know what you are talking about?
Would not be very "safe or smart" tackling an electrical fire with a foam fire extinguisher.
Your "recommendation" could cause someone their house or worse, their life!
hope this guide will help you:
take into account that 99.9% of people who don't care about installing an RCD would not have any fire extinguisher - as they don't care.
http://www.fire-stop.co.uk/pictures/stock/co2%20id%20sign.gif
http://www.hassigns.co.uk/images/detailed/0/FEQP0098_Foam_Spray.jpg?t=1438753018
https://electriciancourses4u.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/rcd-and-circuit-breaker-explained-min.png
2 Likes #34
missmisiowa
p9dyl
missmisiowa
did any one of you hot voters actually used one of these? ever?
this little thing will ruin EVERYTHING, every object within it's reach, the superfine dust is impossible to remove from any fabrics, electronics, etc.
do yourself a favor and get a foam one.
this "deal" may potentially cost you £1000's in damage. it may also suffocate you as it is as bad as smoke to inhale indoors.
be safe and smart!
Do you even know what you are talking about?
Would not be very "safe or smart" tackling an electrical fire with a foam fire extinguisher.
Your "recommendation" could cause someone their house or worse, their life!
hope this guide will help you:
take into account that 99.9% of people who don't care about installing an RCD would not have any fire extinguisher - as they don't care.
http://www.fire-stop.co.uk/pictures/stock/co2%20id%20sign.gif
http://www.hassigns.co.uk/images/detailed/0/FEQP0098_Foam_Spray.jpg?t=1438753018
https://electriciancourses4u.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/rcd-and-circuit-breaker-explained-min.png


This does not explain why you recommended a foam fire extinguisher over a powder one due to the mess it may create?

Having an RCD fitted will not in any way reduce a fire so I can't see how the picture has any relevance to putting out fires? It just means you possibly won't kill yourself when you try to put out an electrical fire with an extinguisher that is not correct for that application.

I would agree that the best solution to fire safety would be having a co2, a water or foam extinguisher along with a fire blanket in your property. Also an escape ladder if you have a 2 story house of live in a flat.
#35
nice find
#36
Actually, eBay seller xBOJO4PMx is selling off these for cheap!
http://media.timeout.com/blogimages/wp-content/uploads/2014/06/boris-johnson-water-cannon-528x360.jpg
#37
118luke
Na, i find one of these much more effective...

http://static.mascus.com/image/product/large/89ef1e39/volvo-fl6,78fd505c.jpg

grab a bargain for only £1995!!


​Only one available though so be quick!
1 Like #38
The extinguisher will soon be required for this deal if it gets any hotter! :D
#39
Heat from me too:)
#40
Courier can't deliver to Scotland apparently

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