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SodaStream Recalls 58,600 Explosive Bottles; Can Burst Under Pressure

SodaStream Recalls 58,600 Explosive Bottles; Can Burst Under Pressure

Product Safety News: SodaStream Recalls 58,600 Explosive Bottles

SodaStream, the Israeli based beverage and carbonation company, has issued the recall of around 51,000 plastic bottles sold in the United States over concerns that they might explode.  SodaStream told U.S. authorities that the blue tinted one-liter bottles with a blue cap and blue base “can burst under pressure” because of a manufacturing defect. Around 7,600 bottles were also sold in Canada.

At the time of the recall SodaStream told the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) that they had not received any reports of injury connected to the bottles in question. But on the CPSC’s website there are a number of complaints about exploding SodaStream bottles that date back to 2012. Although the bottles are from different models and are not included in the recall, the alleged complaints are all similar. When the consumer is carbonating water the top or the bottom of the plastic bottle can allegedly blow off. Other claimed incidents of a SodaStream bottle bursting can be found on Facebook and Reddit. SodaStream has not responded to each event and this is their only U.S. recall over exploding bottles during that five-year period.

Defective SodaStream Bottles Imported to America

The defective bottles were manufactured in Israel and imported by SodaStream USA Inc., located in Mount Laurel, NJ.  The potentially dangerous bottles were distributed nationwide from February 2016 until January 2017 for around $15 and have the expiration “4/2020” printed on the warning label. The dishwasher-safe bottles were purchased online at Amazon.com and SodaStream.com, as well as at retailers like Bed Bath & Beyond, Walmart, and Target – the latter is currently in the middle of several other recent recalls including defective strollers, scooters, and benches over potential fall hazards.

The CPSC has told consumers who own a recalled carbonating bottle to stop using them immediately. Owners of a home carbonation system are also being warned to carefully follow the instructions unique to each machine. SodaStream has told their affected customers to contact them for a refund.

To participate in the recall see: https://www.sodastreamusa.com/webpage.aspx?webpageid=94

To contact SodaStream call: (866) 272-9417

 

Target Recalls Strollers, Benches, and Scooters Due To Fall Hazards

Target Recalls Strollers, Benches, and Scooters Due To Fall Hazards

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Restoration Hardware Recalls 2,700 Tables Connected to Four Lead Poisonings

Restoration Hardware Recalls 2,700 Tables Connected to Four Lead Poisonings

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Chairs Can Allegedly Turn into a Shocking Hazard; La-Z-Boy Recalls 2,700

Chairs Can Allegedly Turn into a Shocking Hazard; La-Z-Boy Recalls 2,700

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BREAKING NEWS: Florida Supreme Court Rejects Daubert, Medical Malpractice Expert Witness Rules to the Extent They are Procedural

BREAKING NEWS: Florida Supreme Court Rejects Daubert, Medical Malpractice Expert Witness Rules to the Extent They are Procedural

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Apple Investigates iPhone 6 Plus that Allegedly Went Up in Flames

Apple Investigates iPhone 6 Plus that Allegedly Went Up in Flames

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Disney Nightlights & Magic Wands Recalled Over Potential Electrical Fire Hazard

Disney Nightlights & Magic Wands Recalled Over Potential Electrical Fire Hazard

Disney Recalls Nightlights & Magic Wands One month after recalling thousands of Mickey & Minnie Mouse toddler hoodies, two more products with Disney’s iconic characters have been recalled. In early February, Walt Disney Parks and Resorts US, Inc. announced the recall of approximately 3,000 Mickey Mouse nightlights after one reportedly caused an electrical fire. A […]

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Takata Airbag Update: BMW Recalls 230,000 Additional Vehicles

Takata Airbag Update: BMW Recalls 230,000 Additional Vehicles

Takata Update: BMW Recalls 230,000 Additional Vehicles Last week, BMW announced the recall of an additional 230,000 vehicles over concerns that they may have defective Takata inflators. The German automaker told U.S. authorities that they recently discovered that some of Takata’s faulty inflators had been used as a replacement part in certain older vehicles after […]

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Nissan Recalls 341,005 Altimas; Doors Can Fly Open Unexpectedly

Nissan Recalls 341,005 Altimas; Doors Can Fly Open Unexpectedly

Nissan Recalls 341,005 Altima Models; Rear Doors May Open Unexpectedly When backseat passengers open their windows in certain Nissan Altimas, the doors may unexpectedly open as well.  Nissan reportedly received word of such an incident back in August 2016, but claims to have initially thought the problem was a one-off event. Nissan Motor Co. further claims […]

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