I’m not sure, I bought it for my home, but by the looks of it it probably is but don’t go by me. Thank you
Good question. I'd say Home Depot or Lowes could order you one. The local fire department might also know of a supplier.
If it were a short distance. I don't know the discharge range but this extinguisher is for small fires. I bought it for a motor home. I spoke with a firefighter before ordering and this is what he recommended for my needs. You might check with your local fire department. They would know what would be best for your needs.
This is my favorite time-saving veggie chopping tool in the kitchen. It doesn't chop things into oblivion, but into nice, pretty cubes. There are two different sizes to choose from. I love it when I make Jambalaya because I get all those peppers, onions and celery in uniform pieces in just a couple of minutes. Clean it immediately after use and you will love it, too!
I really do not know, but I am on 2nd one having worn out the first...maybe try their website. I also purchased 2 for my daughter: one for eac h home. She loves it as much as I do!
Absolutely. We use it all the time for home fries and soups and things. Simply cut your potato into about 1/4-inch slices, place each slice individually on the grid, and press down. Some potatoes offer more resistance than others, but just remember to press harder at the hinge end and it will work just fine (see Jan Kyle's answer). You'll get used to it. If the potato slice is too large and overlaps the sides of the blade grid, just cut the slice in half and chop twice. I don't know what we'd do without ours.
As sold... No However you can search for and buy adapter labels “Magic Home” (will change out the whit box connector) then you can use the Magic Home skill on your Alexa to control power and color.
I was looking for a set of LED lights for my under cabinet lighting. I thought some low profile LEDs would be best. I really like how these stick and I don't need additional adhesive. I guess if you wanted to have lighting over the sink, or wet areas or outdoor lighting, you should go with the waterproof set. Overall, this is a nice and inexpensive way to add lighting to your kitchen without going with other, more costly routes.
I don't have Google home, but I've been told it does function with it
I believe the new software makes it compatible with Google Home !
You can add it in your home app and also use ifttt. No Chromecast view yet. Perhaps with An update
I have a recipe set up in “IFTTT”. I can tell google home to turn on/off notifications when I arrive or leave the house...so yes, it can work with google home. There are also location based recipes in IFTTT which can toggle notifications or recording based on a geo fence. If you have an android phone, to can also configure it to make changes to you cameras once your phone connects to a specific WiFi network.
Decided to try this out and I can definitely see some change in my energy, I use to come home to lay down and pass out, now I come home and head out for a run or to the gym it does give me that extra boost i needed to get myself active again.…