The 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 fire, meaning less margin for error if accidentally choosing the incorrect traditional extinguisher, and making the fire worse in a high-stress situation.

The Fire Safety Stick is unlike any other extinguisher on the market. It is unpressurised and is activated much like striking a match.

Its not just for cars! Its ideal for workshops, motorhomes, boats and of course, every home should have one too!

Sporting Bears!

Click here to purchase your Fire Safety Sticks with the Exclusive 15% off Recommended Retail Price

Remember you can save even more with the multi-packs.

Follow this link to go to the online store (new window) the discount coupon code (SportingBears15FSS) will automatically be added. Prices shown are RRP, with the discount being applied to your basket

Please note we can only ship to the UK. Orders below £90 (after discount) will be shipped at £4 and orders over £90 will be shipped FREE.

For any queries, contact fellow Sporting Bear – Andrew Robinson –

15-Year Shelf Life

A shelf life that far out-competes other extinguishers available. Many traditional extinguishers have a shelf life of 5 years.

Discharge Time

50 or 100-second models available! In comparison, a 1kg powder extinguisher typically reaches up to 7 seconds.

Weight & Size

Weighing from only 215 grams (FSS50) or 365 grams (FSS100). Roughly 10% of the true weight of a typical 1kg powder extinguisher at 2.2kg.

5 Classes of Fires

The Fire Safety Stick is certified to tackle the following fire classifications: A – Flammable Materials, B – Flammable Liquids, C – Flammable Gases, Electrical – up to 100,000v & F – Cooking Oils & Fats.

NO Harmful Mess

The Fire Safety Stick does NOT leave behind any damaging mess or residue. Meaning any cleanup, downtime or replacements are drastically reduced.

NO Servicing

The Fire Safety Stick does NOT require a 3rd party professional service. We only recommend regular ‘maintenance’, which involves a visual check that any responsible party can perform.

Safe to Breathe

The Fire Safety Stick’s discharge does NOT impair or affect the breathing ability or vision of the user, even in a confined room.


Certified and accredited with the CE & UKCA marks.

Leave it behind

If the fire is out of control, and you do not feel safe, activate it, leave it in the room with the fire, close the door behind you and call the fire brigade at a safe distance. The Fire Safety Stick will repress the fire in your absence.


The discharge produced from the Fire Safety Stick has NO global warming potential and NO ozone depletion potential. So, you can be comfortable using it without adding harmful substances to the environment.

Easy to Recycle

After the Fire Safety Stick has been activated and the discharge has been expelled entirely. The Fire Safety Stick can be separated into two parts, an aluminium tube and a plastic handle, both can easily be recycled.


The Fire Safety Stick has been tested and successfully extinguished a fire after piercing the housing, sawing into it, submerging in water, and dropping it from shoulder height.

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. If you still have questions or would like to learn more please go to our ‘about’ page.

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Sporting Bears!

Click here to purchase your Fire Safety Sticks with the Exclusive 15% off Recommended Retail Price

Remember you can save even more with the multi-packs.

Follow this link to go to the online store (new window) the discount coupon code (SportingBears15FSS) will automatically be added. Prices shown are RRP, with the discount being applied to your basket.

 Please note we can only ship to the UK. Orders below £90 (after discount) will be shipped at £4 and orders over £90 will be shipped FREE. For any queries, contact fellow Sporting Bear – Andrew Robinson 

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.

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.

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