Precision Trading Recalls 4,700 Espresso Makers
According to the United States Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), about 4,700 Espresso Coffee makers have been recalled due to risk of burns and injuries.
About the Recall
The espresso makers contain a filler cap at the top of the unit that can crack and allow steam to escape, thus placing a burn risk to the user. Additionally, the cap can pop op unexpectedly as a result of pressure buildup, which poses as a risk to a bystander.
Recalled espresso makers have been sold at BrandSmart U.S.A and other retail stores in Florida and Puerto Rico between November 2014 and February 2015.
One case has been reported to the firm of a consumer who sustained burns in her arm when the cap unexpectedly released steam from the espresso maker.
Description of the Recalled Product
- The recall includes Precision Trading Corp’s PREMIUM® four-cup Espresso Makers manufactured in September, and November of 2014.
- Recalled products have the model number PEM585, and product date code “0914” or “1114” printed on a rating label attached to the bottom of the espresso maker units.
- The Premium logo is printed on the bottom of the espresso maker.
- Espresso makers dated 2015 on the cap are not included in this recall.