Atomic Aquatics Recalls Cobalt Computer
A recall has been made by the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) and Health Canada in cooperation with Atomic Aquatics (of Huntington Beach, California) for the Cobalt Dive Computer. The unit can leak and cause the lens of the computer to blow off suddenly, which could result in impact injuries and can cause a gas leak, posing a drowning hazard.
Cobalt Dive Computer Recall
· This recall involves about 4,000 Aquatics brand Cobalt dive computers in the United States and 200 in Canada Atomic.
· The recalled products were distributed nationally to authorized Atomic Aquatics dealers who sold Cobalt dive computers from November 2010 through July 2012 for about $1,200.
· These handheld computers have LCD screens and four buttons below the screen. The hose of the scuba diving regulator connects to a fitting at teh bottom of the computer. The logo is on the front, below the screen.
· The dates of manufacture are between May 31, 2010 and April 16, 2012. The recall affects all Cobalt computers of the 10, 11, and 12 series. For more information on finding your product's manufacture date, see the CPSC update.
· Consumers should stop using the recalled units and return them to an authorized dealer or the Atomic Aquatics factory for inspection and repair.
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