New fire extinguisher tech

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  1. ScottinBend

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    WoW thats cool!
     
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    Cool but when I set a fire I don’t want to put it out.
     
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    I am going to get a couple of the 100 sec ones and put them in the car, and a few for the house. Saw one video where they simply opened the door to the car that had the interior on fire, and then closing the door. Fire went out real quick.
     
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    F56 owners could use these.
     
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    @Dave.0 were you throughing firecracker?
     
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    I am thinking about getting some also.
     
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    They sure aren't cheap. I do like the fact there is no corrosive powder to clean up after use. If anyone finds the 100 second one at a good price post the link.
     
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    Not cheap, but cheaper than the equivalent powder ones for the same length of time spent on fire.

    Looks like about $120 for the 100 second ones.
     
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    Nope they do that all by themselves, it’s a 4th of July “Happy Treason Day” model.



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    check the price on that one use stick .
    Way too much !
     
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    It's not that expensive if you compare use time of each. The 5lb powder ones are gone in about 10-15 seconds vs 60 seconds for the small stick.
     

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