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SalesOne Recalls Light Up Ear Plug Jewelry

  • SalesOne Light Up Ear Plug with Diamond Logo (Side View)
  • SalesOne Light Up Ear Plug with Diamond Logo (Black/White)
  • SalesOne Light Up Ear Plug with Diamond Logo (Black/Red)
  • SalesOne Ear Plug Replacement (Does not light up; non-battery)
Name of Product:
Light up ear plug jewelry
Battery acid can leak from ear plug jewelry's battery, posing a burn hazard to consumers.
Recall Date:
November 24, 2015
About 8,400
Consumer Contact

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Recall Details


This recall involves ear plug jewelry that is designed to be inserted into a pierced ear lobe and used to stretch the piercing in the ear lobe. The ear plug jewelry contains a coin-cell battery that lights up a decorative pattern. The ear plugs have a diamond logo on the front and come in the colors black/white and black/red. They were sold in sizes 00, 0, ?, 5/8, 7/16 and 9/16.


Consumers should immediately stop wearing the recalled ear plug jewelry and contact SalesOne for a full refund or replacement ear plug that does not contain a battery and does not light up.


The firm has received 13 reports of burn injuries to consumers when battery acid leaked out of the ear plug jewelry.

Sold Exclusively At:
Spencer Gifts stores nationwide from November 2014 through February 2015 for about $20.

SalesOne International, of Norwalk, Conn.

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