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    Quote Originally Posted by Sharkey View Post
    Bumping this up to see if anyone has heard of Element fire extinguishers. It’s a completely different technology and looks interesting.


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    Looks interesting for sure..... but the crappy & lack of videos is strange.... It's pricey & also, seems like you need to be pretty close to the fire.... cool concept though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TrailHunter View Post
    Looks interesting for sure..... but the crappy & lack of videos is strange.... It's pricey & also, seems like you need to be pretty close to the fire.... cool concept though.
    Leno has a video and explanation of it on YouTube in his Leno’s garage thing. $80 is pricey, but the space savings and fact that it never goes bad is appealing. As is the fact that is blows for 50 seconds compared to the 7-10 you get from a 5lb extinguisher. You could put these things pretty much anywhere in the Jeep.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Sharkey View Post
    Leno has a video and explanation of it on YouTube in his Leno’s garage thing. $80 is pricey, but the space savings and fact that it never goes bad is appealing. As is the fact that is blows for 50 seconds compared to the 7-10 you get from a 5lb extinguisher. You could put these things pretty much anywhere in the Jeep.


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    Yeah, I saw the Leno one... it is a year old though... if they go mainstream, I'd get a couple.

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    Just looked it up on youtube. Pretty cool product.
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    That is pretty cool and a hell of a lot more compact.


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    That's pretty cool and I bet would work in a lot of instances, but if you have a large area I wonder how effective it would be? In my infamous T-Case grenade, I had fluid under the whole bottom of the Jeep on fire. WIth one of these looks like I would have had to wave it all over the place fairly close to the flames to get it all out. WIth my extinguisher I was able to spray a large area very quickly so only a few wires were burnt. This looks like an excellent supplement to a standard extinguisher though.

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    That looks effective.

    I love how it is easy to store, and it allegedly does not hurt anything, unlike what can sometimes happen with a normal extinguisher.

    I may add one to my Jeep.

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