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See my pictures. This bracket is not what the description image shows. The description image has two mounting holes which run vertically at the center point of the bracket. These holes do not exist on the bracket sent. Also, note the difference in the placement of the strap on the bracket which is different. It's just a different design altogether. Box contents match the image on the box received, and it does say it is Bracket2, but my guess is the bracket was redesigned. It's just not at all what is pictured in the description, so don't count on that when you are looking at this bracket for a very specific application or placement. It is more like Bracket5. Also the fitment at the collar of the bracket to the neck of the extinguisher is not good. It's loose and does not line up well. One would have to bend the bracket to make it fit. And it doesn't seem to me that a bracket which easily bends is such a great idea. Maybe it relies on the extinguisher itself when strapped to it for a certain amount of rigidity, but I didn't like that. I ended up getting a Kidde Model MB15R instead (Kidde part number 420118) at a local marine/boating supplies shop.
This absolutely does NOT fit model FE1A10GR (HOME1), even though it says so on the box and description above. The strap is too short. Were the people who designed it high on something? Photo included is as far as the metal strap reaches the clasp.
I bought two of the First Alert Fire Extinguisher | Recreation Vehicle and Marine Fire Extinguisher, White, Rechargeable, REC5 for my motor home. One for the galley, and one near the engine compartment. The plastic brackets that came with the extinguishers broke while trying to install them on the cylinders. Plus I have always hated the way plastic ones droop on the surface they are mounted on. So these ones are all steel, very strong and hold the cyl very securely. I recommend that you just order one of these for each extinguisher.
Have this mounted under my seat in my 85' Toyota Pickup. I wanted it to be within hands reach at ALL times, and this bracket helped achieve that. It is rather flimsy, but it holds it in perfect. No noises or vibrations.
The plastic bracket that comes with a First Alert 2lb extinguisher doesn't fit at all; its strap is about 3/16" too short. This bracket just barely fits--you have to use a steel fulcrum and lever to get it on. Once it's on, it's so tight that it whips out like a wound spring when you unsnap it, and the edges are sharp.