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emergency rope window escape. looks way cool, but what does the cable attach to? is the whole system built into the wall and you just grab the descending part? how long is the cable?

looks way cool, but what does the cable attach to? is the whole system built into the wall and you just grab the descending part? how long is the cable?Beening on the second floor long way down .

Matafuegos con mucha onda!

Hip Extinguishers to keep in your office or home. Urban dwellers live in fear of sudden infernos so it’s very important to have a fire extinguisher for safety. But big clunky red extinguishers aren’t exactly tres chic, are they?

It’s called the Air Shield Umbrella and it’s an inflatable design without any wires or flimsy rods that will break in the wind. Instead, a pump built in to the handle that inflates the supporting structure of the canopy with the touch of a button! In seconds, you’ll be shielded from the elements. Better yet, it’s transparent so you can maintain visibility while underneath it.

It’s called the Air Shield Umbrella and it’s an inflatable design without any wires or flimsy rods that will break in the wind. Instead, a pump built in to the handle that inflates the supporting structure of the canopy with the touch of a button! In seconds, you’ll be shielded from the elements. Better yet, it’s transparent so you can maintain visibility while underneath it.

Transparent water faucets unveiled at Salon del Mobile. So cool. Link has more info.:

TREND - SCANNED Transparent water faucets unveiled at Salon del Mobile. So cool. Link has more info.

Exit Guide – Emergency Exit Door by Shang-Yi Lin - Exit Guide is an evacuation system linked to the building’s fire alarm system. When the alarms go off, the green and red lights on the evacuation door light up, indicating which direction (or floor) you need to move to. | Yanko Design

Right Direction "Exit Guide is an evacuation system linked to the building’s fire alarm system. When the alarms go off, the green and red lights on the evacuation door light up, indicating which direction (or floor) you need to move to.

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