Nielsen-Kellerman, at (800) 784-4221, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. ET Monday through Thursday in the U.S. or (Country Code)-1-610-447-1555, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. ET Monday through Thursday outside the U.S.; or www.NKhome.com and click on Support, then choose Product Repairs or Product Registration for more information.
Recall Details Report an Incident Involving this Product
The metal boom of NK R2 coxswain microphones can conduct electricity from an exposed speaker wire or connector.
This recall includes NK R2 microphones manufactured before September 1, 2012. The recalled product is a microphone designed to be used by the navigator (coxswain) of rowed racing boats to direct the rowers. It is made of a rubber U-shaped base attached to a blue headband. A black metal microphone boom is attached to one end of the U and a cable with a flat, rubber-covered connector is attached to the other end. The microphones are used with the Cox Box and Cox Box Mini voice amplifiers. The NK logo appears on the headband. Recalled microphones have metal booms that are not covered by rubber and do not have a yellow warning tag on the cable.
Nielsen-Kellerman has received reports of three incidents in which the users reported second-degree burns where the metal boom contacted their face.
Consumers should immediately stop using the R2 Microphones and return them to NK for a free replacement.
Nielsen-Kellerman Co. online and authorized NK dealers worldwide for about $99.
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