Free sample for Fireplace Security Door Gates for Babies with High Quality to Bahamas Manufacturer
Free sample for Fireplace Security Door Gates for Babies with High Quality to Bahamas Manufacturer Detail:
|Name||Fireplace Security Door Gates for Babies with High Quality|
|Testing Report||SGS EN1930|
|Feature||1.The gate can be automatically return after opening ;|
|2. Double Lock, it’s strong enough to avoid opening the gate naturally;|
|3. Suitable for both baby and pet;|
|4. No holes in the wall and using screw and any external components;|
|5. Gate swings open in both diections.|
|Function||Effective prevent baby from getting into danger and causing accidents, besides it can let baby get away from pets and bacteria.|
|Baby Safety Window Guard||Baby Safety Bed Rail||Baby Safety Stair Fence
|Frequently Asked Questions|
Ready Samples: Free samples can sent to you, freight collect.
Custom Samples: The price is based on your artwork, print or embroidery designs, colors, and fabric materials. It can be returned when the order is confirmed.
Customer’s Design and Logo
Welcome to supply your design. Any logo can be printed/ embroidered. Pls send us your artwork and specification sheet. We’d like to do quotation for you.
Small Quantity Order
1000 sets with bulk or Eudemon current package.
5000 sets with customer design and brand.
30—-35 Days after receive the deposit.
Payment: 30% T/T in advance, balance before deliver.
FOB Ningbo or Shanghai; CIF, CNF.
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I learned this trick in Cody Lundin’s book “When All Hell Breaks Loose.”
Hello, fellow Lifehackers! Thanks for watching. First, let me say this was a big surprise. This was just something simple I recorded some time ago in a single take during a lunch break to show two of my friends what I’d learned.
Out of all the videos on YouTube that illustrate this technique, I don’t know why Lifehacker picked mine. There are definitely better-quality videos with better explanations of how to do this. If I ever had any idea 150,000 other people were going to see this, I’d definitely have done some things differently. I’d have found somewhere quiet. I’d have used a better camera angle. I’d have had less rambling dialog. I wouldn’t have used a knife at the end. I’d have had John Williams score the soundtrack. And I’d have had Seth Macarlane create animate characters to lead us through this journey of discovery. Girls on trampolines would have been nice as well.
I’d like to address the most popular question: Why not just use the knife?
Safety is the big reason. Leveraging the blade against the metal is dangerous. A lid cut free is sharp as well. Even being careful, accidents can happen. If you’re in a situation where this is something you need to do, odds are you don’t want to be taking any risks when it comes to the possibility of cutting yourself.
Simplicity is another reason. In an emergency, being able to take charge and delegate tasks is important. Scrubbing a can on concrete or a stone is something you can let a kid do while you go build a fire or put together some sort of shelter.
Some other questions:
What knife is that?
A Leatherman c55b. It’s a good knife, but I now carry a Leatherman Skeletool.
Would having a knife with a can opener be a better idea?
Of course! Originally, I did have such a knife. Years ago, I’d bought a Leatherman k502x. It had everything the c55b has plus some additional screwdriver bits and a can opener. I managed to break the pin that held the top of the knife together. Leatherman has a 25-year warranty on their knives. When I sent it in, they sent back a c55b. No, the c55b isn’t as nice of a knife but it beats a broken k502x hands down.
What if you don’t have concrete in the jungle?
How often do you find yourself in the jungle now? Odds are, should you find yourself in an emergency, it’s going to be close to home or somewhere like it. I have plenty of concrete there. How about you? Should you find yourself in the woods, look for a stone or rock. Flat is easier to work with but anything should do.
What if something gets in the food?
A little limestone or steel dust probably won’t hurt you. I’m sure you’ve eaten far, far worse things. If you actually bother to try this, you’ll see it’s very easy to wipe the top of the can off before opening it.
That’s it for now. Again, thanks to all you viewers and Lifehacker for my 15 minutes of internet fame. Out of curiosity, should I do any more videos?
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Height 68.63 inches
Width 35.75 inches
Depth 35.63 inches
Weight 307.5 pounds
Color Category Silver
Number Of Units 1
Cantilever Shelves Yes
Counter Depth No A refrigerator is considered counter depth if the depth less door is 24″ or less.
Dairy Center No
Depth With Door 90 Degrees Open 48.13 inches
Depth With Handle 35.63 inches
Depth Without Door 29.25 inches
Depth Without Handle 33.25 inches
Door Lock No
Door-In-Door Capability No
ENERGY STAR Certified Yes Devices carrying the Energy Star service mark, such as computer products and peripherals, kitchen appliances, buildings and other products, generally use 20% to 30% less energy than required by federal standards.
Estimated Annual Electricity Use 475 kilowatt hours
Estimated Annual Operating Cost 51 United States dollars
Fresh Food Capacity 17.7 cubic feet
Gallon Door Storage Yes
Height To Top Of Door Hinge 70 inches
Height To Top Of Refrigerator 68.63 inches
Humidity-Controlled Crisper Yes
Ice Maker Yes
Lighting Type LED
Number Of Doors 3
Refrigerator Capacity 25.6 cubic feet
Refrigerator Shelf Material Spill-proof glass
Refrigerator Type French Door
Spill-Safe Shelves Yes
Temperature Control Type Digital Analog refers to dial controls. Digital controls are completely digital with push-button control. Electric combines dial controls with electronic displays.
Thru-The-Door Dispenser Water
Dispenser Color Black
ADA Compliant No Americans with Disabilities Act
CEE Qualified Yes Consortium for Energy Efficiency. CEE is an EPA Climate Protection award-winning consortium of efficiency program administrators from the United States and Canada.
Child Lock Yes
CSA Listed Yes Canadian Standards Association
Daily Ice Production 10 pounds
Deli Meat Drawer Yes
Dispensed Water Type Ice Water
Door-Open Alarm Yes
Dual Evaporation Yes
ETL Listed No Originally a mark of ETL Testing Laboratories, now a mark of Intertek Testing Services
NSF Listed Yes National Sanitation Foundation; develops public health standards and certification of global consumer products.
Sabbath Mode No
Surface Finish Smooth
UL Listed Yes Underwriters Laboratories
Voltage 120 volts
Water Filtration Yes
Freezer Location Bottom
Freezer Capacity 7.9 cubic feet
Freezer Door Type Pull Out Drawer
Quick Freeze Yes
Freezer Compartment Yes
Door Handle Color Silver
Side Cabinet Color
Samsung 25.6-cu ft French Door Refrigerator with Single Ice Maker (Stainless Steel) ENERGY STAR
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