We can take all possible and imaginable courses for emergency management, but the dynamics of a fire are always complicated. Fire extinguishers are, indeed: they should be an inevitable object in every building, but that's not the case at all.
I know you will turn up your nose, but I'm not saying a heresy: many errors in fire management arise from listlessness in the positioning of fire extinguishers, which are considered bulky, complicated to manage and unsightly. This is why they are often arranged in such a way that they become useless or inaccessible in the event of a fire.
A new generation of fire extinguishers reinvents this object, transforming it into a sort of "shield" that combines appearance with effectiveness.
Superhero fire extinguishers
Designed by the architect and survived the fire Přemysl Kokeš, Hussechuck and Shield fire extinguishers completely redefine the look (and appeal) of fire extinguishers. On the weight there is little to do, but a simple change of shape and method of use can literally revolutionize its usability.
In this case, turning the device into a circle (these fire extinguishers look like a giant steering wheel and shield) frees up one hand for other things and also offers protection for the body.
I have to say, yours design is a little bit Captain America. Here, I said it.
How are they used?
To "put on" both fire extinguisher models simply slide your left arm into the strap and use the trigger to release the flame retardant from the front opening. There is also a short hose for those times when you may really need to use it as a traditional fire extinguisher.
In all other cases, these fire extinguishers can be used with only one arm.
And now we come to the frivolous aspects: the "Shield Plus" version of these devices (which already greatly improve the traditional form factor) can become a real piece of furniture.
A way to satisfy the need (absurd but obviously real) to combine safety and aesthetics.
After all, the house only burns once, right? A fire extinguisher could, hopefully, never be useful: so much the better that it makes a bad impression in the living room, almost like a piece of art.