Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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wine bottle fire extinguisher

looks like a wine bottle
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Shaped like a wine bottle, and fits into any wine rack. It would have a big white cross on the top of the "cork" to identify it as the one to grab. It would be activated by pulling a ring in the punt.
nomocrow, Apr 26 2007

Wine Bottle FIER Extinguisher https://www.kicksta...e-fier-extinguisher
Your dreams came true. Found you guys looking for promotional keywords for my new product [gmockett, Dec 02 2014]


       Let it be a rotgut sparkling wine.
normzone, Apr 26 2007

       + I like this even if I don't have a wine rack.
xandram, Apr 26 2007

       Meanwhile, a fire-extinguisher wine bottle dispenses lots of over-fizzy champagne with minimum waste.
pertinax, Apr 26 2007

       (It would be activated by pulling a ring)   

       You should have to use a corkscrew.
normzone, Apr 26 2007

       That might take a while.
nomocrow, Apr 26 2007

       Given the amount of practice I have, no.
normzone, Apr 26 2007

       Cool, stylish and safe [+]
bneal27, May 12 2008

       But if you are in a punt, can't you just get some water out of the river?   

       This would be harder to spot than a regular extinguisher, but folks might actually have one in an oh-so-stylish room. [ ]
baconbrain, May 12 2008

       [gmockett] Is that your Kickstarter?
scad mientist, Dec 02 2014

       You know, I actually have one of these already on my wine rack ...
nomocrow, Dec 15 2014

       Californian pinot noir is decor-friendly? O tempores, o mores.
pocmloc, Dec 15 2014

       So, let me get this straight, this idea is about designing a fire extinguisher so that it blends in and is inconspicuous? Does anyone see a problem with this?
MaxwellBuchanan, Dec 15 2014

       No, it blends in.
pertinax, Dec 15 2014

       "It would have a big white cross on the top of the "cork" to identify it as the one to grab."   

       It's conspicuous. It conspics with its white cross. And no one else cooks in my kitchen. So there.
nomocrow, Dec 15 2014

       How nice of [nom] to leave out wine as well as a microwave pot noodle. We babysitters don't usually get such lavish hospitality! Now, let's see if we can find a corkscrew.   

       No need, look it comes with a ringpull, what will they think of next?   

       Ok I found some glasses.   

       It's rather fizzy! Careful!   

       ...tastes off as well. I always said you should avoid Californian wine.
pocmloc, Dec 15 2014


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