Target Recalls Air Misters- Laceration Injury Reported
According to a recall report by the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, Target is recalling 168,000 hand-held air misters due to a shatter hazard. There have been at least three reports of product shattering, including one that resulted in lacerations injuries.
Hand-Held Air Misters Can Shatter
- This recall involves hand-held air misters which can fall apart during use, posing an injury hazard to users.
- To date, three reports have been made to Target regarding incidents of the products shattering.
- In one report, the consumer sustained laceration injuries.
- Consumers are urged to stop using the misters and to contact any Target for a refund.
168,000 Air Misters Involved in Recall
- This recall involves about 168,000 units which were sold at Target between February-May 2012 for about $2.50.
- The air misters are about 8 inches tall and hold roughly 2 oz. of water.
- The misters are plastic and come with different colored tops/bases.
- For more information, visit this website.
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