Online store Allpredatorcalls.com’s Wicked Lights headlamps have been recalled due to a short wire. The wire can heat up and cause a burn injury. The Consumer Product Safety Commission(CPSC) issued the recall on Feb. 16, 2023.
Why were the Wicked Lights headlamps recalled?
The Wicked Lights headlamps had a short in the wire in the headlight, which can cause the wire to heat up and melt. The melted wire possesses a risk of burn injuries to the consumers.
Allpredatorcalls.com and the CPSC received 14 reports of the wire heating up and melting, resulting in two burn injuries.
Which headlamp models were included in this recall?
The recall affects the following models of the Wicked Lights ScanPro Night Hunting Headlamps:
- ScanPro iC Gen 1
- ScanPro iC Gen 1.5
- ScanPro iC Gen 2
Only headlamps without an “F” suffix in the style code are included in this recall. The style code can be found inside the battery compartment.
Around 12,000 units were included in the recall.
Consumers should stop using these headlamps immediately.
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