Name of product:
Ninja® BL660 series professional blender
The blender poses a laceration risk if consumers pour or invert the pitcher after removing the lid while the loose stacked blade assembly is still inside the pitcher.
SharkNinja toll-free at (877) 593-5140 from 7 a.m. to 11 p.m. ET Monday through Saturday, 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Sunday or online at www.ninjarecall.com and click “Download New Manual” for the revised instructions. Consumers need not return the blenders.
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About 1.1 million (an additional 99,000 were sold in Canada)
This recall involves 12 models of Ninja professional blenders with model numbers that start with BL 660, BL 663 or BL 665. The model number is in the rating label that is molded into the bottom of the motor base. The 12 affected model numbers are:
| BL 660's:
BL660, BL660B, BL660C, BL660QCN, BL660QPL, BL660W, BL660WM
| BL 663's:
| BL 665's:
||BL665QBK, BL665QCN, and BL665QWH
All of these models have a clear 72 ounce pitcher with a removable gray or black lid that opens and locks closed, a stacked blade assembly, and one or more Nutri Ninja cups. All recalled models have a motor base that is gray, white, black, cinnamon, or platinum. The power of the models' motors vary from 1,000 to 1,200 watts. The recalled models may have been sold with additional accessories, including a 40 or 64 ounce bowl, a chopping blade assembly, or a dull dough blade assembly.
The firm has received 53 reports of lacerations.
Consumers should empty the blender’s pitcher through the locked lid’s pour spout or by removing both the lid and the stacked blade assembly from the pitcher before pouring.
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Hai Xin Technology (Shenzhen) Co. Ltd., Shenzhen, China
SharkNinja Operating LLC, of Newton, Mass.
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