More than 215,000 Olight Mini Flashlights were recalled after 22 people were burned when the flashlights accidentally turned on and overheated.
A lawsuit has been filed by woman who was severely burned by a Crock-Pot Pressure Cooker about 9 months before it was recalled.
Around 5,000 Yamaha Drive² golf cars were recalled due to a risk of brake failure, which could lead to a crash and serious injuries or death to the user or bystanders.
Around 20,000 Anecdote Autumn Glass Candles from Anthropologie have been recalled due to fire and injury hazards.
About 5,200 ping pong tables from Target were recalled after 78 reports of the tables collapsing when a person leaned against the table.
About half a million Pittsburgh Automotive® Pneumatic Roller Seats from Harbor Freight Tools were recalled after 96 reports of the seat weld breaking, including 10 people who fell and suffered injuries.
Kia has recalled 410,000 vehicles because the airbags might not work in a crash.
Family Dollar has recalled about 38,300 beach lounge chairs because they can collapse unexpectedly, posing injury hazards if a finger gets caught in the metal folding joints.
DeWALT has recalled about 8,500 corded 18-inch chain saws because they can remain running when the switch is turned off.
A recall has been issued for about 2,900 EGL® and ACE® youth all-terrain vehicles (ATVs) due to a number of safety hazards.