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Kristofer™Hunter@kristofertm · #7 Product Hunter. E-Skateboard fanatic
Genius product. If you're going to keep a fire extinguisher on hand for emergencies, makes sense to have this on hand as well.
Daniel Li@d4nyll · Fullstack JavaScript Developer
This is a good product, but the price tag of US$99 for one is a little expensive, more than 5 times the price of a typical smoke detector. I assume there's an expiration date as well? And how can we test that it is working?
Vjatseslav Gedrovits@gedrovits · Software Engineer @ Malwarebytes
@d4nyll Is 99$ is big price for saving your family lives? Yes, it's not quite cheap to buy-and-forget, but if it can save life - it can be bought. I don't think there is expiration date, because it should work as a filter (imagine the gas mask / respirator). He is not providing oxygen (as I understood, not quite a lot of info on site), but filters the existing one. For working part it's tricky, same as we trust that fire extinguisher will work.
Vjatseslav Gedrovits@gedrovits · Software Engineer @ Malwarebytes
This product is good idea, but it still have flaw like anything else: location. The only way it can really save you - it should be always at your side, anywhere, which is quite utopia. Otherwise, if fire is in your room, and this device is in another - you can still not make it.
Daniel Li@d4nyll · Fullstack JavaScript Developer
I think they should also provide a dummy (one without the filter) so people can practice on it. Knowing all the different parts (nose-clip, screwing open the filter) can be confusing, especially when your house is on fire and everyone is panicking.