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Kidde KS1KG Multi-Purpose Fire Extinguisher, Red, 1kg (285 x 95 x 125 mm) - £12.79 (Prime) £17.28 (Non-Prime) @ Amazon
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Kidde KS1KG Multi-Purpose Fire Extinguisher, Red, 1kg (285 x 95 x 125 mm) - £12.79 (Prime) £17.28 (Non-Prime) @ Amazon

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Posted 11th Aug 2019Edited by:"Frank30uk"

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EDIT - Noticed there appears to be some bad reviews in 2015 - 2017 with the later reviews being ok. Just something to note though!.

Multi purpose fire extinguisher with a fire fighting capability that is a-b-c rated (see ratings below) and is ideal for use on most types of small domestic or vehicle fires. Pressure gauge confirms that the extinguisher is ready to use (if needle is in the green). 8 second discharge duration. Easy to install, convenient mounting bracket included as standard. Ratings a - wood, paper, textiles B - petrol, oils, paints C - flammable gasses (not recommended for use on fat-pan fires)

- Multi purpose a-b-c ratings
- Pressure gauge
- Easy install
- 8 second discharge 4 meter range
- BSI certified to BS EN3 standards CE Tested and certified
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Heat added! Or should that be taken away?
multi purpose but mainly for putting out fires.
DealDroid11/08/2019 14:54

multi purpose but mainly for putting out fires.


You can use it as a weapon if you're fighting zombies
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Heat added! Or should that be taken away?
multi purpose but mainly for putting out fires.
Might need one with all the dinners I burn! (obviously fire is no joke).
DealDroid11/08/2019 14:54

multi purpose but mainly for putting out fires.


You can use it as a weapon if you're fighting zombies
Heat. Very good value for this brand. Make sure you research the type of fire extinguisher you need as they aren't a catch-all. en.m.wikipedia.org/wik…cal
"multi purpose" appears to mean a powder type...
bigger, similar money: here
Edited by: "stealth666" 11th Aug 2019
this shouldn't be used on kitchen fires for those wondering
Bought one in Costco today slightly less but excellent deal and no Costco membership needed for Amazon.
JayTee811/08/2019 19:43

this shouldn't be used on kitchen fires for those wondering


It can, just not for spraying on an oil pan fire as it could blow the oil about. Blankets are best for these.
Just make sure you know how to use it, need to be quite vigorous to spread the powder in the air around the fire
Thank you @Frank30uk
OOS for immediate delivery - wait now is 1-3 weeks...hope I don’t have a fire before then!
Edited by: "bakerman" 11th Aug 2019
If Amazon is the seller, it should be legit Kidde right?
Perfect weapon to have if anyone ever breaks in your house when in bed
I bought some on the Tundra ones from Amazon for £13 each, in my opinion they seem a much better idea.
bizley9211/08/2019 21:18

A lot of these have been recalled. Cold from …A lot of these have been recalled. Cold from mereddit.com/r/LifeProTips/comments/ce5g7r/lpt_almost_every_kidde_fire_extinguisher_sold_in/



What ones should I buy then? Dosent need to be deal,
bizley9211/08/2019 21:18

A lot of these have been recalled. Cold from …A lot of these have been recalled. Cold from mereddit.com/r/LifeProTips/comments/ce5g7r/lpt_almost_every_kidde_fire_extinguisher_sold_in/



It seems everything that was made up until Aug 2017, and maybe only in America?
I gather these things require some kind of ongoing test, so everything that's in a workplace is going to be long gone.

cpsc.gov/Rec…and

Odd that car recalls are mandatory but not H&S equipment, this doesn't speak well for the brand IMO
Edited by: "horsey" 11th Aug 2019
£20.50 now
colin7966611/08/2019 20:17

It can, just not for spraying on an oil pan fire as it could blow the oil …It can, just not for spraying on an oil pan fire as it could blow the oil about. Blankets are best for these.


Actually a Wet Chemical is best.
Would these be good for a BBQ?
cronos11/08/2019 23:38

Would these be good for a BBQ?


Can't go wrong with sausages and burgers imo.
DealDroid11/08/2019 14:54

multi purpose but mainly for putting out fires.


And if people are smoking at gas stations
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i tediously warn people every time...
powder extinguisher will destroy most items in the place you used it.
it can suffocate (kill) breathing organisms (like humans and their pets) in enclosed compartments and even outdoor if they inhale enough of the powder.
This just reminded me of the fire moment in IT Crowd:
youtube.com/wat…AxQ
Edited by: "CAL23" 12th Aug 2019
deleted86309512/08/2019 07:39

i tediously warn people every time...powder extinguisher will destroy most …i tediously warn people every time...powder extinguisher will destroy most items in the place you used it. it can suffocate (kill) breathing organisms (like humans and their pets) in enclosed compartments and even outdoor if they inhale enough of the powder.


They also save many lives whereas the fire you put out will also do all the above apart from the saving life part.
DealDroid11/08/2019 14:54

multi purpose but mainly for putting out fires.


Also great for cleaning stains out of light coloured carpets.
karlarmstrong12/08/2019 08:16

They also save many lives whereas the fire you put out will also do all …They also save many lives whereas the fire you put out will also do all the above apart from the saving life part.


Same with co2 if you're not careful
Whilst I'd never discourage people from taking extra safety precautions, I'd remind people that in the home (or workplace to a certain extent) fire extinguishers are only useful for either a tiny fire the second it starts, or as an absolute last ditch effort if you can't escape and need to fight a fire that's blocking the exit, otherwise (though nobody wants to see their home go up in smoke) the best thing to do is get everyone out and let the fire service deal with it, I'm pretty sure they'd rather be tackling a larger fire without casualties than going in to retrieve an unconscious (or dead) person.

Thankfully (touch wood) I've only ever experienced a chip pan fire and one or two relatively controlled fires in the workplace (occupational hazard when your job sometimes involves welding and working from or near scaffolding boards) - the thing that always gets glossed over on TV etc. is how much smoke the tiniest fire can make and consequently how little you can see, and how little time you have before you'll start to cough/be overcome.
Be very careful people, of you do buy one of these, don't play around or try to modify the handle, gauge or nozzle as you'll be branded a Kidde fiddler.
Aliwoo1812/08/2019 11:16

Whilst I'd never discourage people from taking extra safety precautions, …Whilst I'd never discourage people from taking extra safety precautions, I'd remind people that in the home (or workplace to a certain extent) fire extinguishers are only useful for either a tiny fire the second it starts, or as an absolute last ditch effort if you can't escape and need to fight a fire that's blocking the exit, otherwise (though nobody wants to see their home go up in smoke) the best thing to do is get everyone out and let the fire service deal with it, I'm pretty sure they'd rather be tackling a larger fire without casualties than going in to retrieve an unconscious (or dead) person.Thankfully (touch wood) I've only ever experienced a chip pan fire and one or two relatively controlled fires in the workplace (occupational hazard when your job sometimes involves welding and working from or near scaffolding boards) - the thing that always gets glossed over on TV etc. is how much smoke the tiniest fire can make and consequently how little you can see, and how little time you have before you'll start to cough/be overcome.



Worst public safety message ever.
HawickBalls12/08/2019 11:34

Worst public safety message ever.


Thanks, feel free to do your own.

I can condense it if you like - the last advice I'd heard from our local fire service was for people not to buy fire extinguishers for the home as it encourages them to try to tackle a fire rather than to just get out.
Edited by: "Aliwoo18" 12th Aug 2019
Do they do a kids version?
Edited by: "H0TDEALER" 12th Aug 2019
KingGeorgeEstate11/08/2019 23:07

Actually a Wet Chemical is best.


Correct. A wet chemical & an ABC is a nice combo to have in the house.
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karlarmstrong12/08/2019 08:16

They also save many lives whereas the fire you put out will also do all …They also save many lives whereas the fire you put out will also do all the above apart from the saving life part.


unless you blast it indoor with people in the room and they will never find the way out due to powder blocking vision and irritating eyes to the point of loss of vision.
from coshh: "Serious eye damage/eye irritation"

i encourage you to take a practical training in the use of dry powder extinguishers.
if you are employed, your employer is bound to provide you with the training if you have them ABC type on site.
then, you will see the truth about them. they are cheap and that is the only reason they are widespread.
the training is provided outdoors only! spectators / trainees are kept at 10+ meters from the "blast" zone.
Edited by: "deleted863095" 12th Aug 2019
Checked using Fakespot and this one's riddled with fake reviews. The price has also gone up to £20.50

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Here's a cheaper alternative with an A score for review accuracy - amazon.co.uk/2KG…WU=
This is not for electrical fires.

Kindest regards
JCod3212/08/2019 11:17

Be very careful people, of you do buy one of these, don't play around or …Be very careful people, of you do buy one of these, don't play around or try to modify the handle, gauge or nozzle as you'll be branded a Kidde fiddler.


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Mike_HUKD12/09/2019 23:53

Underrated comment


Finally! At least someone appreciated it
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