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Amazon's Ring Recalls 350,000 Video Doorbells After 23 Fires Reported

Amazon’s Ring Recalls 350,000 Video Doorbells After 23 Fires Reported

Ring recalled 350,000 2nd generation video doorbells after 23 fires were reported, including 8 people who suffered minor burn injuries.

/ November 11, 2020
HomeryGardens Extension Cord Splitters Recalled for Fire Hazard

HomeryGardens Extension Cord Splitters Recalled for Fire Hazard

Sales BSD Inc. recalled HomeryGardens™ extension cord splitters that were sold online by Amazon and Walmart due to a fire hazard.

/ October 23, 2020
Battery Phone Cases Sold on Amazon Recalled for Fire Hazard

Battery Phone Cases Sold on Amazon Recalled for Burn Hazard

Thousands of Trianium battery phone cases were recalled after 10 people suffered burn injuries when the battery in the case overheated.

/ October 7, 2020
AmazonBasics Electronics Linked to Reports of Fires, Explosions: CNN

AmazonBasics Electronics Linked to Reports of Fires, Explosions: CNN

CNN has found that dozens of AmazonBasics electronic products are linked to reports of overheating, fires, or explosions — and many are still for sale.

/ September 11, 2020
Goldenseal Root Powder Recalled After Baby Dies of Infection

Goldenseal Root Powder Recalled After Baby Dies of Infection

Goldenseal Root Powder from Amazon.com was recalled after a baby died of an infection when the bacteria-tainted powder was put on the baby's umbilical cord.

/ August 20, 2020
Amazon Pays Settlement for Hoverboard House Fire

Amazon Pays Settlement for Hoverboard House Fire

Amazon has agreed to pay an undisclosed financial settlement to a family from Tennessee who lost $1.9 million in property after a counterfeit hoverboard caught on fire and burned their house down.

/ April 13, 2020
AmazonBasics portable power bank, with product ID number B00LRK8I7O printed on the back of the unit.

AmazonBasics Battery Packs Recalled for Fire Hazard

Amazon, of Seattle, Washington, is recalling about 260,000 AmazonBasics portable power banks due to a possible fire hazard.

/ March 13, 2018

Amazon Recalls Fake Solar Eclipse Glasses

Amazon has recalled counterfeit solar eclipse glasses because they do not meet ISO standards to protect your eyes from harmful UV rays.

/ August 14, 2017