First Alert EZ Fire Spray Extinguishing Aerosol Spray, Stops Fires Fast, (Must Have For Chanukah) For Just $6.23 From Amazon!

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First Alert EZ Fire Spray Extinguishing Aerosol Spray (Great For Chanukah) For Just $6.23 From Amazon!

Keep near your Menorah this Chanukah.

This was selling for $12.57 yesterday and is now the lowest price ever from Amazon.

  • The First Alert EZ Fire Spray Portable Fire Extinguisher discharges 4 times longer than a traditional fire extinguisher, providing 32 seconds of firefighting time
  • Light aerosol can is easy to hold, carry, and use; ideal for kitchen, garage, boat, RV, dorm, and more
  • Extinguishes paper, fabric, wood, grease, and electrical fires
  • Formula is biodegradable and nontoxic and wipes clean
  • 3-year limited warranty; ETL rated
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12 Comments On "First Alert EZ Fire Spray Extinguishing Aerosol Spray, Stops Fires Fast, (Must Have For Chanukah) For Just $6.23 From Amazon!"

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AYZ

This cannot be shipped to a NY address?

David

+1

Chaya

Want ship to zip 10977 however I put in 08701 and will ship.

MARTY

Will putting in the correct address minus the zip code work?

David R

Will not ship to multiple addresses I tried in state of NY.

MARTY

Will that work?

Gm

Will ship to NJ but not NY. Anyone know why?

Jef

Yes. Believe it or not they are illegal in NY and I think California. Something to do with fire extinguishers having to have a safety device (pin to pull before using). Good item to pick up if traveling out of state or ship to friend/relative.

David R

A few years ago when the plastic-disguised-as-glass menorah cups decided to combust, I guess I should have refrained from sprinkling baking soda on the conflagration because the box of baking soda didn’t have a pressure gauge. Seems legit.

Yossi

If someone uses up this spray bottle but leaves it standing around, how will you know you aren’t protected? When there is a real fire and you try to use it is a real bad time to first learn that it’s empty.

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