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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

SalesOne toll-free at 866-507-2537 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. ET Monday through Friday or online at and click on "SalesOne Recalls" at the top of the homepage for more information.

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. 

Manufactured In:

SalesOne International, of Norwalk, Conn.

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