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SmartPool Recalls Pool Alarms Due to Failure to Alert Consumers

  • All Components
  • Siren
  • Underwater Sensor
Name of Product:
PE12 PoolEye pool alarms
Hazard:

The ON/OFF activation switch on the pool alarm is reversed, which can cause the alarm to fail to alert consumers if a child enters the water.

Remedy:
Replace
Recall Date:
September 27, 2016
Units:
About 1,600
Consumer Contact

SmartPool toll-free at 888-560-7665 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. ET Monday through Friday, via email at info@smartpool.com, or online at www.smartpool.com and click on PE12 Recall link on the homepage for more information.

Recall Details

Description:

This recall includes the PE12 PoolEye submersible swimming pool alarms for aboveground pools. The submersible gray pool alarm consists of two attached components, a sensor tube with a float switch that is submerged under water and an audible sensor that is fixed to the outside of the pool. The siren has an ON/OFF activation switch. PoolEye is printed on the front of the siren. PE12 is printed on the manual and UPC code 628208165125 is printed on the product’s packaging.

Remedy:

Consumers should immediately contact SmartPool for a free replacement alarm. Always supervise children in and around water.

Incidents/Injuries:

None reported

Sold At

Family Leisure, Pool and Spa Depot and other authorized dealers and online at Amazon, Doheny Enterprise, Target, Walmart and other websites from June 2016 through July 2016 for between $70 and $80. The alarms were also provided at no cost as part of a pool package.

Manufactured In:
Hong Kong
Importer(s):

SmartPool LLC, of Lakewood, N.J.

Distributor(s):

SmartPool LLC, of Lakewood, N.J.

Recall number:
16-269
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