Fire Safety Stick in 90 seconds!

Still a bit confused about the Fire Safety Stick and how it’s better for you?

Don’t worry! Watch this video that quickly summarises the benefits of it, and you can make an informed decision about what is best to protect yourself and your lifestyle. Also, see the icons at the bottom of this page for the various advantages over extinguishers.

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The Dogs Trust

The Fire Safety Stick is safe for humans and pets alike, even in confined spaces. The Dogs Trust was established in 1891 providing a better future for dogs and the people who love them. Based nationally but with many regional centres and support locations across the...

Protecting The Post Office

The team at Fire Safety Stick are being contacted on an almost daily basis with companies and organisations looking to carry the innovative fire extinguisher into their vehicle fleets. Recently, following conversations with principal distributors, and fire safety...

Fire protection for Holiday Lets and Air BnB

The All-New Versatile Fire Extinguisher The Fire Safety Stick is a new, innovative fire extinguisher which takes the guesswork out of using a fire extinguisher. It requires less knowledge or training for the everyday person. An extinguisher which works on 5 classes of...

Following in the Tyre Tracks of others

The Fire Safety Stick has already been placed within many motorsport avenues – due to the many success stories in many motorsport sectors, including saving countless rally competitors' cars. The Fire Safety Stick is carried by the leading Formula 1 team as they travel...

Now carried by Kent Fire and Rescue Service

What do the authorities think of the Fire Safety Stick? Do the Fire Service know about these? These are common questions we are regularly asked about the Fire Safety Stick and understandably so, with such a new innovative product which is revolutionising fire safety...

Welding? Farming Workshop saved by Fire Safety Stick

It’s not just on the tractors and combine harvesters that the farmers are carrying their Fire Safety Stick. They are very handy to have in their workshops too as Scott Hosking found out a few weeks ago. Scott was busy welding in the workshop at Robert Tuckwell’s farm,...

Friendly Neighbour Helps Save ’59 Corvette

Nik Berg, himself a classic car enthusiast, owning a Series 3 Lotus Esprit, was chatting with his neighbour, admiring the neighbour's ’59 Corvette. During the conversation, the owner of the Corvette mentioned about having some starting issues. Then, whilst trying to...

Extinguishing the fire quickly and effectively

After competing at Sol Rally Barbados in 2022, John had taken a short break from competing in his Honda Civic Type R rally car. To get back into the swing of things, he entered a Sprint at his local venue, Aintree on the 27th of May 2023. However, on the first...

Rare classic car saved with valuable nearby cars escaping potential damage

Not just one but potentially several valuable, rare classics (and future classics) saved with a single Fire Safety Stick! We recently came across yet another case of the Fire Safety Stick saving certainly one very collectable car and fortunately avoiding the fire from...

Roadside Hero Saves Elderly Couples Car

Sometimes it is not just about the possible fire in your own vehicle, that means you should carry the Fire Safety Stick. We have seen, many times now, instances when there has been a fire and another member of the public has been passing by with their Fire Safety...

Combine Harvester saved by Fire Safety Stick

During the heatwave that occurred at harvest time in 2022, we received reports from one of our approved distributors, that the Fire Safety Stick effectively saved a large combine harvester from being a total write-off due to a fire starting whilst out in the fields...

£250,000 car saved by Fire Safety Stick

Is the Fire Safety Stick value for money? Well, you could ask Darrell Taylor, it saved his R5 rally car, valued at close to £250,000. These high-performance very specialist rally cars are just a step down from the stunning vehicles which take part in the top-tier...

Saved from a total loss thanks to the Fire Safety Stick and rally community

Rally Cup car saved – down to the Fire Safety Stick and the motorsport community Back in October 2022, Matt Chapman and Kevin Ablitt were taking part in the “Race-Keeper Twyford Woods” stages rally. Taking part in the Peugeot 206 cup car, Matt had only just gotten...

Fire Safety Stick Puts Out Gas Explosion Fire in Caravan Park!

Fire Safety Stick and quick-thinking motorhomer stops a disaster!   A few weeks ago we were informed of a small explosion at a caravan park that caused a fire...   ...The FULL story so far. A few weeks ago, there was a small gas explosion behind a caravan fridge,...

Fire Safety Stick is now in F1

Fire Safety Stick is now in the pits and with crew members in F1!   We have been waiting to share this exciting news for awhile now, and we can finally tell it to the world!   Implemented for its many benefits over traditional extinguishers, such as: It leaves...

Don’t delay getting your Fire Safety Stick

Don't delay getting your Fire Safety Stick So many times, we hear of people wishing they got a Fire Safety Stick before it was too late. Westley Waller was a prime example, sadly he lost his recovery truck to fire despite meaning to get his Fire Safety Stick months...

Another Save By The Fire Safety Stick

Yet another TVR classic car has been saved by the Fire Safety Stick! Back in September 2021, a member of the TVRCC (the UK owners club), Finn Kolling, based in Denmark, had just reversed his 1992 Griffith 400 out of his garage. He left the engine running while he got...

Fire Safety Stick prevents a total loss again

Fire Safety Stick prevents another total loss   Wigan Motor Club crew, Martin Fox & Lauren Hewitt were taking part on a Stage Rally at Leconfield, near Beverley in Yorkshire, in their Porsche Cayman rally car,  back in late August 2021. Unfortunately, on the...

Fire Safety Stick outperforms 3 FIA Approved Extinguishers

Fire Safety Stick outperforms 3 FIA Approved Extinguishers Ian Paterson was competing in the recent Argyll Rally when his rally car had a fire. Ian and his team instinctively activated the cars on board Fire suppression system, as well as two FIA approved handheld...

Stop chimney fires with the Fire Safety Stick

Did you know that there are approximately 7,000 chimney fires each year in the UK and over 2,000 in Ireland.   Log burning stove or open fire place - The Fire Safety Stick can extinguish chimney fires   As the weather turns colder, we all love the heat from...

Caravan Safety and the Fire Safety Stick

Which fire extinguisher do you carry in your caravan? Caravans and Fire extinguishers Dan from YouTube channel Carrs & Caravan recently bought a 25 second Fire Safety Stick for his caravan. Unknown to the team here at FSS HQ, we weren't aware of his plans to...

Motorhomes and Fire Safety Stick

Which fire extinguisher do you carry in your motorhome? Motorhomes and Fire extinguishers A review by well know YouTubers “John & Mandy on Tour” demonstrating the difference of a heavy dry powder extinguisher which is carried by most motorhome owners and that of...

The Kitchen Utensil Every Home Should Have

Fire Safety Stick – The kitchen utensil every home should have   Household fires – the advice is to get out and stay out. Now with the Fire Safety Stick, you can do that while it extinguishes a fire before it takes hold.   Earlier in the Summer, Richard Sails was...

Fire Safety Stick Saves The Day At The Roger Albert Clark Rally 2019

From one of our distributors Race and Rally: Fire Safety Stick saves the day at the Roger Albert Clark Rally 2019 On the opening evening of the gruelling RAC Rally, DGM Sport boss David Greer stopped at the scene of a road section fire in the Lee Ashberry/Terry Mallin...

Car Engine Fire And Yet Still Drove Home Thanks To The Fire Safety Stick

So does the Fire Safety Stick actually work? Ask TVR owner Dave! Car engine fire and still drove home! Driving home from Oulton Park in August, Dave Crook’s TVR Tuscan caught fire. The flames from the carburettors were coming out of the vents in the bonnet towards the...

Save more money by buying double or triple-packs

Make your selection for 1x, 2x, 3x by each model type FSS50 or FSS100

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Fire Safety Stick
50 Seconds

RRP £74.50 – (Before discount)

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Fire Safety Stick
100 Seconds

RRP £104 – (Before discount)

Look out for multi-pack savings

From just 215g, it’s the world’s lightest!

No damaging mess or residue

Traditional extinguishers often create more damage than the fire

Longer discharge times

Min discharge time is 50 seconds in comparison to a 1kg traditional powder extinguisher that is just 7 seconds


3 X the shelf-life and No maintenance required

Traditional extinguishers last 5 years max and must be serviced


All major classes of Fire

Even kitchen fires. No dangerous gambling if you have the right type

CE UKCA & RINA Certified

Plus fully tested and certified for all major classes of fire. And many international certifications

Leave it to fight the fire while you escape

Or use it directly to aid your escape

Durable, non-pressurised

Drop it, pierce it, it will still work! And no accidentally setting it off!

Totally harmless to humans & animals

Safe to breathe, even in confined areas

Environmentally friendly

No harmful by-products

Easy to recycle

Can be domestically recycled. Traditional extinguishers must be professionally removed.

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All Round Fire Protection

Classification A – Solid Materials such as Plastic, Wood, Paper, Textiles etc.

Classification B – Flammable Liquids such as Petrol, Diesel, Oil, Paraffin etc.

Classification C – Flammable Gases such as Methane, Propane, Butane etc.

Electrical (up to 100,000v) – items such as TVs, Computers, “White-Goods” etc.

Classification F – Cooking Oils & Fats e.g. in the kitchen Cooking, Frying etc.

Where is the Fire Safety Stick?

No matter which sector/industry you belong to, or are interested in, the Fire Safety Stick is there already making a difference and protecting people’s lives, possessions and businesses. We cover sectors including Homes, Cars, Motorsport, Touring, Commercial Vehicles, Marine, Agriculture, Equine, Trades and Outdoor.