Hot as Fire, Cool as McQueen

When there’s a fire, every second counts – and a rapid response is of the essence. Then it’s good to have a fire extinguisher within easy reach. Even better if it not only shares the look of Steve McQueen’s Gulf-Porsche 917 from Le Mans but also its speed. Need to fight fires in classes A, B and C? No problem! This extinguisher is in full compliance with European Standard EN 3-8. The Safe T Racing portable fire extinguisher even offers reliable assistance in stylistic emergencies. Not really a surprise, as the Belgian-made extinguisher is a sort of a multi-talented King of Cool.

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