Scuba Buoyancy Compensator Devices Recall Lawsuit

The manufacturer cited a drowning risk.

Cressi-Sub has recalled scuba buoyancy compensator devices (BCDs), citing a drowning risk due to a defective element on the equipment.

According to an announcement made through the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC):

“Defective metal fittings on the inflator hose can cause an airflow restriction and failure to inflate, or improper inflation of the BCD, posing a drowning hazard to the user.”

The device models included in the recall are: Scuba Buoyancy Device Recall Lawsuit

  • Patrol
  • Quartz
  • Start
  • Start Pro
  • Aquaride
  • Travel Light
  • Commander Evolution
  • Scorpion

The recall affects 1,300 of the devices sold between March and August 2022 at Cressi authorized dealers. Consumers who purchased the defective devices can contact Cressi for a free replacement.

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