Trainer Device Recalled Due to Fall Hazard
Fitness Anywhere in cooperation with US Consumer Product Safety Commission has recalled its Early Model Suspension Trainer Devices due to a fall hazard.
Suspension Trainer Devices Product Information
- About 40,000 units were sold at health and fitness stores and studios nationwide and online at www.FitnessAnywhere.com from January 2006 through December 2009 for about $150 to $200.
- The strap length-adjustment buckles can break. This creates a fall hazard for the user.
- This recall involves older model “Professional” (P1) and “Tactical” (T1) TRX devices.
- The devices were manufactured between January 2006 and July 2007.
- The recalled products' anchor straps are yellow or khaki nylon with a black nylon loop on the bottom, threaded to form a “Y.”
- For more information about the products' appearance and identifying marks, please visit the CPSC.
Injuries from Suspension Trainer Devices
There have been 570 reports of the buckles breaking. About 82 incidents of the falling, including 13 cases of head, face, shoulder and hip injuries, have been reported.
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