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Kidde Pro 4-A:60-B:C Rechargeable Fire Extinguisher $51.49 Free Delivery

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Multipurpose Fire Extinguisher
Steel cylinder
Tough aluminum valve assembly
Pressure gauge allows for immediate pressure status check
Rechargeable unit.
Assembled in Mexico from global components.
6 year warranty
UL rated 4-A, 60-B:C
UL approved wall hanger
Coast Guard (U.S.C.G) approved when fitted with optional mounting bracket
Optional metal strap bracket Pt # 366242
Powder coated cylinder for corrosion protection
Net agent weight (Average) 10 lb.
Unit weight (Average) 17 lb.
Diameter 5.21 inches
Height 18.75 inches
Discharge time 19-21 seconds
Discharge range 20-25 feet
Operating pressure 195 psi
CylinderSteel
Valve, handle, leverAluminum
Strap Bracket (not supplied) U.S.C.G approved

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Put price in title pls.
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Quote from SkillfulLlama197 :
Price $51.49
You can buy extinguishers for $17
Yep, or a water bucket for $5...but the price for this particular one seems good. The same at Home Depot is $70 right? [homedepot.com]

Perhaps OP can revise this and put the price in the title.
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even though its a junk Kidde, its much better than the 2.5# First Alert or other Kidde models you usually see listed here on SD. for most home owners though, the 5# First Alert Pro model sold at costco for around <$30 is a better choice. some women or elderly may have issues handling this #10 model which weighs in at about 17lbs. if a standard 3a40bc(or even 2a10bc) extinguisher doesn't do the job, you need to be exiting the structure and calling the fire department(actually you should be calling them no matter what if you have a fire)
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Quote from JsL :
Put price in title pls.
Thanks, done.
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There is a MASSIVE difference between this and a $17 one you keep under the sink. This is similar to the one I keep in my patrol car, and mine was $70 (which the state does NOT reimburse me for). 10 lbs of chemical, metal handle, and aluminum valve makes a significant difference in the field.
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Sorry, first post.
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This not a reputable brand. Y'all don't remember the HUGE recall they had to do a few years ago? They're the last manufacturer I'd trust for fire extinguishers
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How does this compare to the ones at Costco?
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Quote from nikoli707 :
even though its a junk Kidde, its much better than the 2.5# First Alert or other Kidde models you usually see listed here on SD. for most home owners though, the 5# First Alert Pro model sold at costco for around <$30 is a better choice. some women or elderly may have issues handling this #10 model which weighs in at about 17lbs. if a standard 3a40bc(or even 2a10bc) extinguisher doesn't do the job, you need to be exiting the structure and calling the fire department(actually you should be calling them no matter what if you have a fire)
Thanks for posting this. Looks like some good advice for buyers. 👍
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This not a reputable brand. Y'all don't remember the HUGE recall they had to do a few years ago? They're the last manufacturer I'd trust for fire extinguishers
You'd rather purchase a brand that didn't do a recall for defective products?
First alert has issued recalls for their products too
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Amerex All I would trust
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