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November 24, 2015 CPSC: MVP Group is voluntarily recalling its glass jar candles with lids because the glass lid can break when jar is being opened posing a laceration hazard. Units: 720,000

November 17, 2015 CPSC: PetSmart is voluntarily recalling its glass fish bowls and its Top Fin Betta Bowl Kid with LED Light because the glass bowl can crack, shatter or break during normal handling, posing a laceration hazard. Units: 241,300 in the US and Canada. This is an expanded recall, an additional 11,200 glass fish bowls were recalled in April 2014.

November 12, 2015 CPSC: SharkNinja is voluntarily recalling its Ninja® BL660 series professional blenders because it can pose a laceration risk to the customers when they pour the pitcher while the blade assembly is still inside. Units: 1,199,000 in the U.S. and Canada

November 10, 2015 CPSC: Ignite is voluntarily recalling its Bueno by Contigo Kids Straw Tumblers (drinking cups) because when a child chews on the straw, pieces may break off and pose a risk of ingestion and aspiration on the plastic pieces. Units: 130,000


November 24, 2015 CPSC: BRP is voluntarily recalling its snowmobiles because the fuel hose can leak posing a fire hazard. Units: 2,800

November 24, 2015 CPSC: Lutron Electronics is voluntarily recalling its roman shades because of a strangulation hazard that can occur when child places their neck between the cords of the shades and the fabric. Units: 240

November 24, 2015 CPSC: Mars Symbioscience is voluntarily recalling its CocoaVia brand frothers because the end of the frothers can detach from the metal wand, posing a choke hazard. Units: 5,000

November 24, 2015 CPSC: SalesOne is voluntarily recalling its Light Up Ear Plug Jewelry because battery acid can leak from jewelry’s battery posing a burn hazard to consumers. Units: 8,400

November 19, 2015 CPSC: Amax is voluntarily recalling its Bostitch electric pencil sharpeners because electric components inside can energize the pencil sharpener, posing a shock hazard. Units: 44,000

November 17, 2015 CPSC: Kona is voluntarily recalling its Wo Bicycles because the fork that holds the bicycle wheels can crack or break, posing a fall hazard. Units: 530

November 17, 2015 CPSC: REI is voluntarily recalling its outdoor rocker chairs because the chairs can tip backwards while rocking, posing a fall hazard. Units 30,500

November 12, 2015 CPSC: WakaWaka is voluntarily recalling its electrical adapter kits because the adapter can overheat and pose a fire risk. Also, the plastic shell of the adapter can detach, subjecting the user to a risk of shock. Units: 900 in the U.S. and Canada

November 12, 2015 CPSC: Family Dollar is voluntarily recalling its Wax Warmers because the product can generate high flames and pose a burn hazard to the consumer. Units: 32,000

November 10, 2015 CPSC: FontanaArte is voluntarily recalling its Sonmi pendant lamp light fixtures because the glass shade disc can detach from the fixture and fall thus posing an impact and laceration hazard on the customer. Units: 110

November 10, 2015 CPSC: Belle Investment is voluntarily recalling its Boys’ Jackets because the drawstrings on the hood and bottom of the jacket pose a strangulation and entrapment hazard to children. Units: 40

November 6, 2015 CPSC: Fireworks Over America is voluntarily recalling its Space Monkey Multi-Effect Fireworks because the lit firework may tip over and shoot fire shells at bystanders thus posing burn, impact and fire hazards to customers. Units: 36,500

November 5, 2015 CPSC: T3 is voluntarily recalling its Twirl 360 Curling Irons because the clamp can detach and pose a burn hazard to the user. Units: 9,200 in the U.S. and Canada

November 3, 2015 CPSC: General Electric (GE) is voluntarily recalling its Air Conditioning and Heating Units because accumulated moisture near the unit’s heater and two shortened electrical components can create an electrical ground path and arcing, posing a risk of fire.

November 3, 2015 CPSC: Carra Imports is voluntarily recalling its Cellular, Roller, and Soft window shades because strangulation may occur when the shade’s loop pull cord is not attached to the wall. Carra Imports is also recalling its Roman Shades because it poses a strangulation risk to children due to its exposed inner cord. Units: 55,500.