Kidde Lifesaver Fire Extinguisher - 1Kg700/1583
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This 1kg multi-purpose extinguisher is ideal to use on most small domestic fires such as wood, paper, electrical (up to 1000v), textiles, petrol, oils, paints, flammable gases or vehicles. Not recommended for fat-pan fires, where a Kidde Fire Blanket is recommended. Made from aluminium. Pressure gauge confirms it's fully charged. Wall bracket supplied for wall mounting. It has a 6 year manufacturer warranty. See PDF for full details. For over 18 only.
- British safety standard BS EN3.
- Fire rating 5A 34BC.
- Suitable for most kitchen fires.
- Suitable for vehicle fires.
- Size H30, W10, D13cm.
- Weight 1kg.
- Manufacturer's 6 year guarantee.
- EAN: 7001583.
97% would recommend to a friend
Good & awesome.
It is good for a home.
O My Sister is Safer!
I bought this for my Sister who lives in a flat. At least if there is a Fire, I know this Extinguisher will Help her in an Emergency. It’s a great, solid product and I can now sleep easier knowing she has this.
Looks good, but hoping not to use
Looks well suited to the job, good value, delivered on time. but hoping never to use!
Hi Gill. I recently fitted one of these in my caravan and it is very secure.
The strap goes around the extinguisher then snap the clasp closed and this will take up any slack.
I would strongly suggest undoing and refastening the clasp a few times rather than try to figure it out in a panic moment.
12 July 2019
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20 April 2019
It says on the back of the extinguisher "Recharge after complete or partial use" so yes I think it is rechargeable
2 April 2019
The Kidde 1kg Fire Extinguisher is not refillable.
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2 April 2019
The factory recommends that the extinguisher can last for a maximum of 20 years (please see the manual included with the extinguisher), after that even if the pressure gauge is still showing in the green you should replace it.
So I would use the date on which you purchased it as the expiry date isn't on the unit.
Kidde Safety Europe Ltd
26 February 2019
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