http://www.firerescue1.com/fire-products/fire-breathing-apparatus/c...

Would love to hear some thoughts on this. Or from anyone who's had the opportunity to test/try it out.

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Thanks for the back-up on this one. I knew I saw these articles not too long ago, explaining what they were made of and such, I couldn't find them though when this thread started.
Thanks Jack for the information. And I agree with everything you had to say.
I would love to try this out.
Derek, I'm not just a pretty face. :)
Looks sweet but i wouldnt wana be the lab rat lol
they have lab rats already. I want to try one.
they r nice but could be costly
yes it's in the works but few years out cost for the first 5 to 10 yrs will be up there yes we all want to see lower profile ,flexible lighter but as we all know in order to get that it's going to cost more
how durable thats big question?????? it's more like a re-breather unit and there all ready out there any 4.5 carbon cylinder out will do the job just fine SAFETY FIRST.
These would be great for confined space rescue operations.

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