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went into my local lloydspharmacy and they had one UK Firemaster - 600g Dry Powder Fire Extinguisher £1 so i asked if they had more and yes about 15 or so and all at £1

dont see this online but worth a look instore the date on them is end 2009 so you will get a year but for a £1 its worth it :)

UK Firemaster - 600g Dry Powder Fire Extinguisher

This 600g dry powder fire extinguisher is light in weight, simple to operate and is supplied with a sturdy steel clip for wall mounting. It may be used on BC fires (petrol, oil, gas, paints, solvents and greases). It is also safe for use on electrical fires.

Warning: Not to be used on deep fat fryers or fires involving mains or bottled gas.


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#1
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[Moderator]#2
Good deal...every home should have one:thumbsup:
#3
excellent deal providing safety and peace of mind. HOT HOT HOT
#4
Bargain! Great round the house.
#5
thx good fine HOT
ive nottice alot of these on sale or at good prices latley as i bought 1 today from tesco and some1 earler posted 1 today where they will be selling similer product at aldi for £5
#6
Will check out the local store tomorrow, I doubt there is much stock around at these prices. I will buy what I can get at that price. I for every floor on the house, cars, friends etc…

These should "hopefully" last beyond their self by date?

There are pressurised? Everything consumable has to have one these days but if they are sealed....
suspended#7
alera


These should "hopefully" last beyond their self by date?


I'd rather not find out the hard way ;-).
#8
How big are these in size? Are they like large aerosol size?
#9
Not large enough to be worth having in my opinion, sadly.
#10
Maybe better off keeping a garden hose permanently connected and running out and getting it.
#11
Let me see .. Hose.. water .. electrical fire ....... Hmmmmm .. think i'll keep one of these. Thanks
#12
good size for the car tho. wouldnt really do much to a fire in a house.
#13
flippin heck give away price :thumbsup:
#14
melandtony
good size for the car tho. wouldnt really do much to a fire in a house.


Sadly not, 1 kg on almost all car fires is not enough and gives a false sense of security. 600 g will be even less worthwhile. In a house, the odds are that a fire would be slower to catch, thus smaller than in a car is perhaps ok. Buy a reasonably sized extinguisher otherwise you may aswell not bother. Anybody who has done any basic firefighting training will give you very similar information; having an undersized extinguisher can be more dangerous than not having one at all. Stick with 2 kg+ if you want it to put out a fire.
#15
Puffinz
Let me see .. Hose.. water .. electrical fire ....... Hmmmmm .. think i'll keep one of these. Thanks


Let me see...dry powder extinguisher...fat fryer fire...bottled gas fire...hmmm. It won't put everything out just like water won't put those out either.

The fact is, you'll soon find out that when you call the Fire Service that they'll turn up with rather large hoses pumping copious amounts of water indiscriminately into your house.
#16
wot about a tent fire?
#17
Just been to my local Lloyds Pharmacy and these are scanning at £5.99, i told her that i had heard on the internet that these were only £1 so she phoned the head office to check the pricing. Apparently they said they didnt know of their stores selling this for £1 anywhere :?
#18
I doubt anyone will actually be buying these things to put out fires.
#19
Just tried 2 local stores (Sheffield), priced at £5.99. I asked if one could be scanned and it still came up at £5.99. I think you must have been lucky

Ronnie

did buy the monoxide detector though at £12.99 while I was there though
#20
steevieboy4u;3106609
Just been to my local Lloyds Pharmacy and these are scanning at £5.99, i told her that i had heard on the internet that these were only £1 so she phoned the head office to check the pricing. Apparently they said they didnt know of their stores selling this for £1 anywhere :?

they are old stock and so are £1 new stock is £5 in my local branch

date on old stock is " WaRR EXP END 2009"
got one more today
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#21
A few quid more will buy you one almost twice the size from Aldi.
#22
mallettron;3106879
Just tried 2 local stores (Sheffield), priced at £5.99. I asked if one could be scanned and it still came up at £5.99. I think you must have been lucky

Ronnie

did buy the monoxide detector though at £12.99 while I was there though

yup £12.99 looks good for that got one for me mum

i think its only going to be in shops with old stock and they need to get rid of the £1 one i mean :)

good luck to any one that is after one

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