The Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) recalled Snap’s lithium-ion batteries due to fire hazards. The batteries were sold for Pixy Flying Cameras.
According to the CPSC, the lithium-ion batteries can overheat, posing a fire hazard. Approximately 71,000 batteries are included in the recall.
Snap has received four reports of incidents involving the lithium-ion batteries overheating. The recall affects all rechargeable lithium-ion batteries sold with the pocket-sized Pixy Flying Camera.
The CPSC advises consumers to stop using the recalled lithium-ion batteries immediately, stop charging them, and properly dispose of the batteries according to local and state regulations. Lithium-ion batteries should not be disposed of in household trash.
Other Lithium-Ion Battery Recalls
- DGL Group Hoverboard Recall
- Klein Tools Power Station Recall
- Lenovo Laptop Power Bank Recall
- Philips Avent Baby Monitors Recall
- Moen Flo Battery Back-Ups Recall
- Higdon Outdoors Waterfowl Decoy Battery Packs Recall
- Jetson 42-Volt Rogue Scooters & Hoverboards Recall
- Anker 535 Mobile Power Bank Recall
- E-Bike Battery Recall
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