RECALL ROUNDUP: What consumer items were recalled this week?


Hair dryers, baby clothes, and electric blankets are among the latest potentially dangerous products under recall, according to the Consumer Product Safety Commission. 

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Ionic Pro Hair Dryers

ISO is recalling Ionic Pro hair dryers after 35 reports of them sparking and smoking – and two reports of flames coming from the dryers due to a faulty cord. 

Three people have been burned.

The Ionic Pro 2000 and 2000W dryers were sold in multiple colors and patterns and have ISO or Proliss printed on the bottom with the model number HD-1820.

Stop using the blow dryers and contact ISO Beauty at 800-490-5919 to receive a credit or replacement product. 

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Rural King Heated Blankets

Electric heated blankets and throws by Rural King also have a faulty cord that may cause a fire. 

One person has been burned and two fires have been reported.

The blankets and throws were sold in two sizes and two colors- cream and brown. 

Model numbers are on a corner tag and start with BLV-OB and ending in 200, 201A, 201B, 201C, 202, 202BN, 202CM, 203, 204A1, 204A2, 204A3, 204A2BR , 204A2CM, 205B1, 205B2, 205B3 or 206C1.

Stop using the blankets and throws and contact Rural King at 800-561-1752 for a full refund.

Tea Collection Children’s Rompers 

Snaps on the collar of some Tea Collection children’s rompers can come off an pose a choking hazard.

No one has been hurt but there are five reports of the snaps detaching.

Don’t let your child wear the Vermillion Painted OPP Floral Rompers (style number 7F32500) and the Shocking Fuchsia Rose Rompers (style number 7F32504) and contact Tea Collection at 866-374-8747 for full refund. 

2018 Specialized Allez, Allez Sport, and Allez Elite Bicycles

Hair dryers, baby clothes, and electric blankets are among the latest potentially dangerous products under recall, according to the Consumer Product Safety Commission. 

West Elm Jensen Glass Tables  

There are nine reports of the glass shattering unexpectedly on some West Elm Jensen glass tables.

Rectangular tables with the SKU number 4737003 or 7912629 are under recall. 

Stop using the tables and contact West Elm at 833-216-6974 for a free replacement tabletop.


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