TULSA, Okla. — As the gift-giving season approaches, there are several recalls consumers need to be aware of.
Home security doorbell cameras are a popular item on this year's wish list, but be aware, Ring is recalling “2nd-Generation” video doorbells posing a fire hazard.
Experts said the doorbell's battery can overheat if incorrect screws are used for installation and cause a fire or potential burns to the use. Consumers should stop using the device and contact Ring for instructions. CLICK HERE to contact Ring
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Candles are always a staple gift during the holiday season, but before you buy, check the label.
Kohls is issuing a recall on "Three-Wick Sonoma Goods for Life" candles because of fire and burn hazards. The candle's high flames can ignite the wax or cause the glass to break.
If you've purchased this item, stop using it and return it to the nearest Khols store for a refund. CLICK HERE to contact Khols
Yeti brand 20-oz Rambler Travel Mugs are also making this week's recall list.
Mugs with the “Stronghold Lid” can cause injury to users. The magnet slider on the lid can come off and hot contents can spill out, burning the consumer. Stop using the mug and visit yeti.com to get your money back. CLICK HERE for more information and to contact Yeti.
Keep an eye on your little one's footwear. Target is recalling toddler boots posing a choking hazard.
The toggle on the boot can detach from the elastic lace. Consumers can return the boots to any target store for a full refund. CLICK HERE for more information.
As those cold winter months approach, you may find yourself outdoors snuggled up next to a fire. But before you get cozy, make sure your fire pit is up to safety standards.
Fire pit tables sold exclusively at Big Lots are under recall this week for posing a fire hazard. Made by Sunjoy, the fire pit has an incorrectly installed burner kit hose, which can melt and ignite. Consumers should stop using the item and contact Sunjoy for a refund. CLICK HERE for more information and to contact Sunjoy
If cold weather isn't your thing, you may already be preparing for the warmth of the summer months. However, be aware some summertime items are making this week's recall list.
Arena North America is recalling swim snorkels posing a choking hazard. The snorkel can release excess material from inside the tube or mouthpiece, potentially choking the user. Stop using the device and contact the company for a replacement. CLICK HERE for more information.
Lastly, Quality Bicycle Products is issuing a recall for "Salsa Cycles Cutthroat Bicycles."
The bike's fork legs can crack or break, posing a fall hazard to the rider. Consumers should stop using the bicycle and contact "Salsa Cycles” for an inspection, free installation or replacement. CLICK HERE for more information
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