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2-Pack First Alert HOME1 1-A:10-B:C Rechargeable Standard Fire Extinguisher EXPIRED

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Tools.Woot has 2-Pack First Alert HOME1 1-A:10-B:C Rechargeable Standard Home Fire Extinguisher (FE1A10GR) on sale for $32.99. Shipping is free for Prime Members, otherwise is $6 flat-rate. Thanks TalentedCalendar380
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First Alert HOME1 Rechargeable #1038789 Home Fire Extinguisher (2-Pack) $32.99 Woot.com

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1A and 2A are a size rating so two 1A have the same volume as one 2A.
"A fire extinguisher with a 1A rating is equivalent to 1.25 gallons of water. A 2A rating equals 2.5 gallons of water and a 4A rating equals 5 gallons of water."
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The 15 lb walmart weight is assembled weight including the tank.

This 5 lb is the weight of the extinguishing agent inside the tank.
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Some really bad recent reviews on Amazon.
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It's worth noting that these are 1A rated which is worse than many people recommend of 2A.

It'll be better than nothing, but isn't quite up to "expert recommended".*


*Expert recommendations vary
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It's worth noting that these are 1A rated which is worse than many people recommend of 2A.

It'll be better than nothing, but isn't quite up to "expert recommended".*


*Expert recommendations vary
1A and 2A are a size rating so two 1A have the same volume as one 2A.
"A fire extinguisher with a 1A rating is equivalent to 1.25 gallons of water. A 2A rating equals 2.5 gallons of water and a 4A rating equals 5 gallons of water."

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Some really bad recent reviews on Amazon.
https://www.amazon.com/First-Aler...B01LTICQYE
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For some reason, it's charging me $6 for shipping, I do have Amazon prime.
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I can't seem to figure out how to compare kidde units to first alert units, but the regular price $15 kidde extinguishers at Walmart weigh 15lbs whereas these are 5lbs. So wouldn't 30lbs probably be better than 10 pounds if you were to spend $30?

https://www.walmart.com/ip/Kidde-.../638458955
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I can't seem to figure out how to compare kidde units to first alert units, but the regular price $15 kidde extinguishers at Walmart weigh 15lbs whereas these are 5lbs. So wouldn't 30lbs probably be better than 10 pounds if you were to spend $30?

https://www.walmart.com/ip/Kidde-.../638458955
The 15 lb walmart weight is assembled weight including the tank.

This 5 lb is the weight of the extinguishing agent inside the tank.
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The 15 lb walmart weight is assembled weight including the tank.

This 5 lb is the weight of the extinguishing agent inside the tank.
First alert says these are "2.5lbs rated" whereas the kidde are "net agent weight 1.5". Not sure if those can be compared or not.
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First alert says these are "2.5lbs rated" whereas the kidde are "net agent weight 1.5". Not sure if those can be compared or not.
Sorry, I responded based on price/weight before clicking the links.

I see now the differences:

Walmart/Kidde: 5B (5 sqft flamable liquids). Sodium Bicarbonate extinguishing agent.

This/First Alert: 10B (10 sqft). Ammonium phosphate extinguishing agent.
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I can't seem to figure out how to compare kidde units to first alert units, but the regular price $15 kidde extinguishers at Walmart weigh 15lbs whereas these are 5lbs. So wouldn't 30lbs probably be better than 10 pounds if you were to spend $30?

https://www.walmart.com/ip/Kidde-.../638458955
Sounds like Kiddie have had recalls [thewirecutter.com] affecting millions of units, and should possibly be avoided.
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I like a deal. But something about buying stuff like this online from anything less than a big box store scares me.... any comments on buying an item like this one from woot ?
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For some reason, it's charging me $6 for shipping, I do have Amazon prime.
I saw the same, but when I clicked on the free prime shipping radio button it switched to free shipping.
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