BLU3 recalled some of their Nomad tankless diving systems due to serious drowning risk. The voluntary recall was in cooperation with the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC).
Why were the tankless diving systems recalled?
There is a serious drowning hazard with this product. The compressor head of the system can break while in use, resulting in restricted airflow and drowning. While there have been no reported injuries, BLU3 and the CPSC received 21 reports of divers experiencing restricted airflow.
Manufactured at BLU3 in Pompano Beach, Florida, the Nomad tankless diving system was recalled on Dec. 22, 2022. It was sold online nationwide from Amazon and the BLU3 website between October 2021 through November 2022.
The recall includes 1,300 units sold in the U.S., and 20 sold in Canada.
What BLU3 products constituted this recall?
The recalled product is officially known as Nomad Battery-Powered Tankless Diving System. The BLU3 logo appears in writing on the top handle of the system.
Any products that have the last four digits of the serial number within the 0000 and 2700 range is part of the recall. The serial number can be found in the compartment behind the battery door.
Consumers should take note, the Nemo 10-foot/3-meter model is not affected by this recall.
BLU3 has posted a recall notice on their website to stop use of the recalled product. They also included a list of FAQs.
Consumers should immediately stop use of the recalled Nomad systems.
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