Reddit Reddit reviews Kidde FA110 Multi Purpose Fire Extinguisher 1A10BC, 1 Pack

We found 34 Reddit comments about Kidde FA110 Multi Purpose Fire Extinguisher 1A10BC, 1 Pack. Here are the top ones, ranked by their Reddit score.

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Kidde FA110 Multi Purpose Fire Extinguisher 1A10BC, 1 Pack
ALL NEW METAL VALVE, HANDLE & LEVER: Newly designed metal valve, handle, and leverMULTIPURPOSE PROTECTION: Fights Class A, B, and C fires and is is UL rated 1-A:10-B:C, suitable for use on most common household firesEASY TO READ: Gauge tells you when fire extinguisher is charged and ready for useEASY TO USE: Easy to pull safety pin and commercial grade metal valve & triggerLIGHT WEIGHT: Durable all metal construction. US Coast Guard approved
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34 Reddit comments about Kidde FA110 Multi Purpose Fire Extinguisher 1A10BC, 1 Pack:

u/[deleted] · 2432 pointsr/AskReddit

A fire extinguisher. You probably won't ever use it, but if you do need it someday, it will be well worth the 20 bucks.

EDIT: Yes, you can get a decent one for the home for under $20.

EDIT PART 2: Aaaaahhhhh thanks for the gold! You just made my night! :D

u/dirtyuncleron69 · 94 pointsr/cars

That's why you keep a fire extinguisher in your car. It's really an awesome idea. The dry chemical kind are what they use at race tracks most of the time, and I can say from experience your car will usually run after a bit of cleaning (had a fuel line barb work its way out of a carburetor).

My one buddy told me, "You'll never think you need it until you're watching your car burn and standing there with your dick in your hand."

u/PeaceOfTheHighLife · 19 pointsr/WTF

This is what happens when water instantly turns to steam and explodes out with a surprising amount of force taking the oil and flames with it.. Cover it and remove it from heat if you can. Small oil fires can be put out with baking soda, and extinguish large oil fires with a powder fire extinguisher if need be..

Also, if you don't have one, even a small to medium sized powder fire extinguisher, something.. Go buy a a huge box of baking soda right now, set it someplace accessible, and be ready to tear that open if need be.. Then go on amazon and get yourself a powder fire extinguisher for probably sub $30 (or hey, when you need to make free shipping) and be safer for it.

Then, never, ever, ever! Put water or some other liquid that boils at a lower temperature than oil, into hot oil and not be anything other than ready to put out a grease fire.. Keep a small baking soda by your stove.. Why not.. Be ready.. Adding wine to that chicken you've been frying in a little too much oil? Oh no, you burned your house down, no you didn't, cause you had baking soda at the ready!

Oh no, it's not enough! Not in your house, you're the Elsa of baking soda! Tear off the top and let it go! Cover the flames and everything around it, let's face it, you're cleaning the kitchen at this point. And besides, the baking soda helps absorb the oil that is now everywhere.. Get a mop, it's time to get cleani--

But wait, the beast, she crackles forth.. But you.. You are prepared.. You must attack the source! No problem! For you are armed with the mightiest and the highest reviewed of all the $30 amazon powder fire extinguishers.. Go forth, pull pin, and let rip at the center of all the flames, the source, and start working your way out.. Cover everything..

If it burns, shoot it..

Smile, victory is yours.. Call your insurance, call your local cleanup crew.. Laugh after realizing you no longer have to clean the kitchen..

TL;DR Get a big box of baking soda and be ready to pour it everywhere! You're fighting a grease fire and IT WILL BURN DOWN YOUR ENTIRE LIFE, if you let it. Also get the best reviewed $30 powdered fire extinguisher on amazon, right now.. Seriously, you'll probably save lives with this some day, or not quite burn down as much of your house...

Oh look! A $30 Highly-reviewed Kidde FA110 Multi-Purpose Powder Fire Extinguisher and a ridiculously long hyperlink so you notice it and buy one because, Hey!!!!!! This!!! THIS WILL SAVE YOUR LIFE and your most valued possessions!!!! And, free shipping over $35... BUY IT! BE SAFE!

Also, for those who have them, you rock, but you should check now to see if yours has expired and replace if need be!!!

AND ABOVE ALL ELSE!! If a fire ever seems out of control, or starts out that way, call the fire department IMMEDIATELY, and fight the fire if you can, flee if you can't.. Your life is more valuable than your belongings.

u/voneahhh · 12 pointsr/lifehacks

Another lifehack since people are worried they won't have a large baking sheet or anything to cover the fire with.

Buy a damn fire extinguisher to keep around the house; they're $20.

u/bunnymeee · 9 pointsr/oakland

I just want him and everyone who takes advantage of musicians/artists to go away.

Or be a human being and take some of the money you are collecting/stealing and buy $200 worth of fire prevention equipment from Amazon. A fire extinguisher is $20. A fire blanket is $12. Our safety is a collective effort. Nobody has any excuses especially those who are profiting from this community.

u/MaceotheDark · 9 pointsr/Instantregret

Kidde FA110 Multi Purpose Fire Extinguisher 1A10BC, 1 Pack


u/WhoKnowsWho2 · 7 pointsr/electronic_cigarette
u/Twisky · 4 pointsr/VEDC

All of this is stored in the trunk of my Jeep strapped down in the black tote pictured. I didn't get all of these things at Amazon, but tried to find a link to purchase everything.

Not pictured is a rollbar mounted fire extinguisher

This isn't specifically for camping, just what I have on me at all times.

Starting at the top right:

u/Cyno01 · 3 pointsr/lego

Jeez, yeah, theyre not expensive. And check with your renters/homeowners insurance, sometimes they give you a discount for having one.

u/engr248 · 2 pointsr/CherokeeXJ

Removing trim (not me, just the video I used):

Mounting bracket:


Used a combination of #10 and 1/4" pan head fasteners, fender washers, normal washers, and nylon insert lock nuts and it feels rock solid.

u/PhromDaPharcyde · 2 pointsr/DIY

These are in a crate in the trunk:

u/privatize · 2 pointsr/4x4

This is what I currently have two of

One is mounted on the rear roll bar, the other is underneath my driver seat, really wedged in there.

u/alwsthk · 2 pointsr/randomactsofamazon

A fire extinguisher and a first aid kit. The day of moving in to my first place I sliced my finger badly opening a box. Bleeding every where. Couldn't find a thing to wrap it with (cause hey moving) needed 4 stitches. Definitely wish I had a first aid kit then.

Also a base ball bat or a golf club near the door. Lol I just felt safer knowing I had something close by to defend myself with.

I like surprises :)

u/Sewer_Ice · 2 pointsr/VEDC

It's this one here. Larger one doesn't look like it would fit. Kidde FA110 Multi Purpose Fire Extinguisher 1A10BC, 1 Pack

u/MeishkaD · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Maybe it's just because I am a mom, but my go-to recommendations are always the things you reach for at 3am and then kick yourself for not having had the foresight to own.

  • An absolute must is a pack of 9 volt batteries. It seems like no matter how frequently you check or swap the batteries in your fire alarms they will sing the song of their people in the middle of the night annually.

  • Basic First Aid Kit, and a well stocked medicine cabinet. You can buy a kit like the one I linked, but I prefer to just pick out each item individually. Think of the things you frequently pulled out of the medicine cabinet when you were still living with your parents and start there.

  • A fire extenguisher is a good thing to have. While you are at it, get one for your car as well.

  • Night Lights so you don't stub your toe in the middle of the night.

    I don't want to type a novel here, so I will stop. Just think of the things you reached for without thinking while growing up. Start with the things you will use most often and those that are needed for real emergencies and go from there. Hope this helps and congratulations!
u/horsewish · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Hi princessimpeach, I think this is mighty important. It has been in my Household wishlist since November and I really could have used it last week.

my lie? I'm named after a song by either Bob Dylan, Stevie Nicks, or Hall and Oates. You decide which one is the lie ;-)

u/rabidfurby · 2 pointsr/worldnews

Basically, the water instantly vaporizes into steam, and creates a steam + burning oil fireball.

Everyone should have one of these in their kitchen, just in case. They're a pain to buy from Amazon, though, because of the shipping restrictions. Every hardware store carries them.

u/Niltaic3 · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I have two "Highest Priority" items. They seem to be two completely different things- but they are connected. You see, this is to keep my fake-face on.

As a female who wears makeup there is nothing more irritating than when you're doing whatever, you know, looking good.. and suddenly you look at your reflection in a window or something and you're like DAMN WHO LET MY REAL FACE OUT? And you gotta fix that! All that work you spent artfully painting on how your face looks to the public and within hours it's all faded and your eyeliner is halfway down your eyelids. In order to be able to fix it on-the-spot you're suddenly carrying around your whole makeup bag for touch-ups at dinner and when the occasional photographer walks by. Imagine you're out on a date with some hottie and you're like "hey sorry I have to go powder my nose", then you pick up your 3 gallon purse with every brush and gloss known to mankind (all only half-full, of course) and drag it off to the bathroom!

This is just safety standard to cool down after you look so hot for so long. (It can also be used as a blunt weapon to beat the hundreds of people you attract off of you)

^(Also, I am not confident in my baking/cooking abilities)

Edit: fixed first link thx Youjimbo

u/paperkeyboard · 1 pointr/pcmasterrace

Worse case scenario, your computer can literally catch on fire and it can spread like any other fire. The better the PSU, the lesser the chance for anything catastrophic. However, even super crappy PSUs are unlikely to catch fire. When a high quality PSU fails, most likely the only thing that will happen is the PSU itself stops working. When a low quality PSU fails, it might take some other parts with it, but probably won't catch on fire. So your PSU is very unlikely to actually catch on fire, but it never hurts to be prepared. You can buy a cheap fire extinguisher from amazon for like 15-20 bucks and just keep it near your desk. For example: This traditional extinguisher or something smaller/easier to use Hope this helps.

u/momentomary · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Since you're in Peds ICU, I expect you'll already know to have one, but a decent first aid kit is one thing you don't want to be without. Also, a fire extinguisher. Hopefully you'll never need them!

Finally, I use this blender/chopper/whisk, in some form nearly every day, and this little slow cooker at least once a week :)

you're a big girl now!

u/ToadLord · 1 pointr/ATKGear

> After setting—and squelching—more than 20 fires, we had a winner. We’d assumed an all-around, ABC- type extinguisher would top our list, given its versatility. But the winner’s virtues were undeniable. It stood out among the traditional models for being especially simple to operate and for its powerful, extremely controlled spray with spot-on aim that was remarkably efficient. It took just seven seconds to put out the grease fire and 21 seconds to completely snuff out the burning dish towel (and it’s not even rated for combustible material). What’s more, in each case I felt I had barely used any of the contents. This model came in neck and neck with an ABC extinguisher, which contains damaging monoammonium phosphate. While the choice between a destroyed home and a scarred stovetop is no choice at all, we felt every bit as safe with our favorite model, with its nondamaging sodium bicarbonate. When the smoke cleared, this extinguisher was our top choice for safety in the kitchen.

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Kidde Kitchen Fire Extinguisher - $18.97

> Extremely fast, powerful, well-directed spray that quickly extinguished grease fire and burning towels, leaving a comfortable sense that plenty more spray was left in canister. Created noxious fumes and messy residue.

Kidde ABC Dry Chemical Fire Extinguisher - $19.99

> Big, focused spray with spot-on aim that took only a few seconds to put out grease fire and towel fires. Forceful spray extinguished dish towel, then blew it off heat source. Created noxious fumes and left messy residue.

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u/IlliterateJedi · 1 pointr/dontyouknowwhoiam
u/Fantasysage · 1 pointr/videos

Twenty Dolars

Buy a fucking fire extinguisher.

u/I_Am_At_Work-_ · 1 pointr/HistoryMemes

Keep a fire extinguisher in your kitchen. Important note: make sure it's the right type (Type A,B and C fires) This is a basic one on amazon.

Second note: Its VERY important you keep it by the door you're most likely to run through and NOT by the stove. Because your first instinct will be to step towards the door and by the time you think to use an extinguisher it's entirely possible your access to it will be blocked by the fire. So always put it towards the nearest exit. Or one by each exit to be extra safe.

u/thr33littlebirds · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

It seldom snows where I live. So I'd make a snowman out of dirt/mud, then spray him with a fire extinguisher to make him white, fluffy and snowy!

u/bdh008 · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

This fire extinguisher. Seriously, I looked around my house a couple days ago, and realized I didn't have one at all. It is now a definite need for me, and I really want it as a result. It is literally a must have.

My username is initials and age when I made my first account using that username!

u/Chidar · 1 pointr/videos

A fire extinguisher and a basic first aid kit. Two things that EVERYBODY should have in their car. It could save a life.

u/totally_not_at_work · 1 pointr/Seattle

And read up on this:

Brand is less important than having one meant for the type of fire you're going to put out.
If you order that one, please don't use it on people.

the wikipedia article on the topic is really informative.

u/fogobum · 1 pointr/NoStupidQuestions

Get a deep fry thermometer that clamps onto the side of the pan. Don't let the oil get hotter than 375. At that temperature, canola oil will not flash.
Use a pan that has a metal lid. In the unlikely event that an attended pot that never exceeds 375 catches fire, put the lid on to smother the fire.
Make sure your potatoes (or whatever) are dry before you put them into the pot, add them slowly so you can stop if the oil starts to boil over. If the oil does boil over and catch fire, use your handy fire extinguisher