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H3R Performance MaxOut Dry Chemical Fire Extinguisher Red 2.5-lb bottle

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MaxOut Dry Chemical Fire Extinguisher Red 2.5-lb bottle
$132.95
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MaxOut Dry Chemical Fire Extinguisher
  • Red 2.5-lb bottle
  • UL Rating: 1A:10B:C (liquid, electrical, combustibles)
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    MX250R is rated 3.5 out of 5 by 2.
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from So Dissapointed I purchased the H3R extinguisher to replace the Amerex one in my boat that rotted away after 3 years. The only time it gets wet is when I hose the boat out, not salt water. I'm not saying anything about the quality of the chemicals inside, but the shell and valve seem to be made by Amerex. There are Amerex stamps on the valve body and nozzle.
    Date published: 2015-09-04
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