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Eco Throwable Fire Extinguisher – a fire fighting grenade which hates flames


What happens if (God forbid) a fire breaks out around you? Calling your local fire fighters is the best move, but sometimes you need to take some quick action to save yourself and your loved ones. Fire extinguishers are an obvious solution, but they can be a bit tricky to operate at times.  Wouldn’t it be better to have something simpler yet just as effective?

Enter the Eco Throwable Fire Extinguisher – the world’s first fire extinguishing grenade (or anti-Molotov cocktail?). All you have to do is throw the bottle on an out of control fire to show it who’s the boss. It works in seconds.

The casing for the bottle is made out of a user-friendly breakable plastic that poses no threat to the person throwing it, and the chemical inside consists of ammonium bicarbonate and ammonium phosphate dibasic, which deliver ten times the fire extinguishing capacity of water. The Eco Throwable Fire Extinguisher will cost you $62 for a 500ml bottle via JapanTrendShop.

Dil Soomro is a hardcore gamer, a true geek and is fascinated by everything that goes beep. His love for the latest technology is unexplainable in mere words.

Dil Soomro – who has written posts on The Red Ferret Journal.


  • it’s actually not the first fire extinguisher grenade, it’s a very old idea, improved on. eg:

    • Oh wow, antique fire extinguishers. How cool.

    • Yep, what you are saying is true. I have an old antique one that looks like a large teardrop that sits in a wire holder that hangs on the wall. It’s liquid color is red.

  • Only $62 – Wow!! Bill Gates reportedly bought 3.

    • If Bill Gates’ house caught fire, He’d probably buy a new house. xD

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