Fireboy M1 Gasoline Fume Detector

Priced: $159.99 Rated:   - 3 stars out of 5 by 6 reviews.
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Fireboy M1 Gasoline Fume Detector -
Detect dangerous gas fumes before they make trouble

Now every inboard and sterndrive powerboat owner can afford the protection that a gasoline vapor detector provides. The M-1 fits in a standard 2" instrument hole and includes an MS-2 sensor. Draws 210mA. 7-14V DC. 2"dia. cutout. Alarm sounds at 16%-20% of the lower explosive level.

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Fireboy M1 Gasoline Fume Detector Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Save a boat; save a life

Five years after installation in my vintage Lyman utility the alarm sounded right after I had sniffed the engine compartment and then started the engine. A small fuel leak from a fitting had developed, no doubt from the extensive vibrations incurred on Interstate 95. Sniffing prior to starting wasn't enough because the fitting was downstream of the the fuel pump and therefore not pressurized until after the engine started. This alarm probably saved my boat and maybe my life.
Oldwoodboats at WestMarine.com on 06/06/2013

Worth the extra margin of safety

Won't replace a good look in the bilge, but is an extra level of safety. Easy to test both meter and sensor.
Ken at WestMarine.com on 06/06/2011

so far so good

Havent installed yet, but everything else seems to be as it was advertised and sure it will do the job
moore at WestMarine.com on 12/12/2010

Negative Reviews:

Poured gas and dosen't alarm

Installed in boat as instructions stated. Test procedure indicated it worked. But, when I intentionally spilled gas under sensor, to perform MY test, alarm didn't sound. Company stated to use unlite butane lighter to test. That didn't work either. If raw gas under sensor will not set off alarm, what good is it? Don't buy!!!!!!!!
Jim D at WestMarine.com on 08/08/2013

cheap sensor - third replacement failed.

I'm on my third sensor. I have it located in the engine room where water always accumulates in the bilge. Apprently the humidity is a problem for this sensor.
tom at WestMarine.com on 12/12/2013

Buzzer warning stopped working after 2 y

Don't nuy it
Mike at WestMarine.com on 09/09/2011