The Consumer Product Safety Commission has announced 7 recalls this week. For a free consultation, contact Larry H. Parker at (800) 333-0000 if you or a loved one has been injured by any recalled or dangerous product.
EB Brands recalls exercise bands due to injury hazard.
About 29,700 EB Brands Resistance Stretch Tubing were recalled after reports of the handle breaking or detaching while in use, causing the tubing or handle to snap back at the user. One injury has been reported. This product was made in China. See the recall.
ADK Technology recalls bicycles due to a falling hazard.
About 1,550 ADK Technology Felt Bicycles have been recalled due to a falling hazard that may occur should the bicycle’s fork break. No incidents or injuries have been reported. This product was manufactured in China. See the recall.
REI recalls bicycles due to a falling hazard.
In an unrelated recall, REI has recalled about 160 Novara Fusion Bicycles after a reported incident where the alloy steerer tube separated from the fork. This product was made in Taiwan. See the recall.
Niles Audio issues recall for remote controls due to fire hazard.
About 4,160 Niles Audio remote control systems for entertainment electronics have been recalled after four reports of batteries falling from the remote control, causing smoke, with one catching fire and singing a carpet. This product was manufactured in China. See the recall.
Le Creuset recalls glass lids due to a laceration hazard.
About 1,800 Le Creuset glass lids are being recalled after five reports of lids cracking or breaking, posing a risk for injury. This product was made in China. See the recall.
B.O.B. recalls strollers due to strangulation hazard.
About 337,000 B.O.B. single and double strollers have been recalled after an 11-month-old became entangled by the stroller’s drawstring. The strollers are made in China and Taiwan. See the recall.
Pier 1 recalls tea lights due to a fire hazard.
About 370,000 Pier 1 Imports Golden Tea Lights have been recalled after four reports of high flames. One minor burn injury has been reported. The tea lights were made in China. See the recall.