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First Alert HOME1 Rechargeable Standard Home Fire Extinguisher (2-Pack) $39.99 Woot.com $40

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What's the difference between this on woot versus this one at Lowes?

https://www.lowes.com/pd/First-Al...le/3057083
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What's the difference between this on woot versus this one at Lowes?

https://www.lowes.com/pd/First-Al...le/3057083
Nothing. Lowe's is a better deal unless you are getting them shipped.
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lowes in store for 17$
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What's the difference between this on woot versus this one at Lowes?

https://www.lowes.com/pd/First-Al...le/3057083
Not a thing. They were also $17.99 at Ace Hardware a couple weeks ago.
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Pretty sure this is the same as the small extunguisher that Costco sells. Pretty sure they're about $15 on sale right now in Houston

Costco rotates out their smaller extinguishers but they're larger one is also on sale and is a much better extinguisher. They run about $30 each
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Pretty sure I saw $20 for two at Home Depot a while back ago...
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Pretty sure this is the same as the small extunguisher that Costco sells. Pretty sure they're about $15 on sale right now in Houston

Costco rotates out their smaller extinguishers but they're larger one is also on sale and is a much better extinguisher. They run about $30 each
The refillable part is what makes the price go up. Thicker metal and stronger valve. They were the only ones I would buy and never seen refillables at Costco, only the one time use ones. The bad thing is, I recently learned the 2 places that used to refill extinguishers around my area in Kansas City are no longer in business, and the fire department is not sure if there is anyone around here that does it any more. The places I found online to refill them would cost more to ship and refill than buying a new one.
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Bought one at Lowe's. Not a fan of woot. The post was good for helping me find the lower Lowe's price though!
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The refillable part is what makes the price go up. Thicker metal and stronger valve. They were the only ones I would buy and never seen refillables at Costco, only the one time use ones. The bad thing is, I recently learned the 2 places that used to refill extinguishers around my area in Kansas City are no longer in business, and the fire department is not sure if there is anyone around here that does it any more. The places I found online to refill them would cost more to ship and refill than buying a new one.
Both of the extinguishers at my Costco are refillable. I think it is this same one (Home1) and the other is on their site.
I agree about the refilling. It's one of those things that is always mentioned but I don't think anyone actually bothers.

I still get the refillable because they are generally better made and hold more.
The last time I had to use one it ended up being faulty and wouldn't spray. It was the one time use metal type. The gauge even said it was still good
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Both of the extinguishers at my Costco are refillable. I think it is this same one (Home1) and the other is on their site.
I agree about the refilling. It's one of those things that is always mentioned but I don't think anyone actually bothers.

I still get the refillable because they are generally better made and hold more.
The last time I had to use one it ended up being faulty and wouldn't spray. It was the one time use metal type. The gauge even said it was still good
The single larger one is, I was just referring to the 2 pack sets. Now I'm being told over my shoulder that she thinks they arent First Alert. The other 2 pack are some aerosol paint cans made by FA.

Edit: https://www.firstalert.com/produc...sol-spray/
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The single larger one is, I was just referring to the 2 pack sets. Now I'm being told over my shoulder that she thinks they arent First Alert. The other 2 pack are some aerosol paint cans made by FA.

Edit: https://www.firstalert.com/produc...sol-spray/
Yeah I know the ones you're talking about. My store just got small First Alert ones. Near me they don't have those aerosol 2 packs anymore.
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Are these the same that ACE Hardware usually has on sale for $10??
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What is the shelf life of these? I bought the big one about 2 years ago for the house and the little one this year for a car.
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Are these the same that ACE Hardware usually has on sale for $10??
Exactly the same. I bought a few for 10 at ace.
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