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BlenderBottle Recalls Whiskware Glass Dressing Shaker Bottles Due to Laceration Hazard

  • Whiskware™ glass dressing shaker bottle
Name of Product:
Whiskware™ glass dressing shaker bottles
Hazard:

The bottom of the glass dressing shaker bottle can break when the metal agitator strikes the glass bottom, posing a laceration hazard.

Remedy:
Replace
Recall Date:
March 30, 2017
Units:
About 48,000 (in addition, about 800 were sold in Canada)
Consumer Contact

BlenderBottle toll-free at 855-906-5717 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. MT Monday through Friday or online at www.whiskware.com/recall or www.whiskware.com and click on “Product Recall” at the bottom of the page for more information.

Recall Details

Description:

This recall involves Whiskware glass dressing shaker bottles with a white plastic combination lid and pour spout and an internal stainless steel, round wire agitator used to mix the shaker's contents.  “Whiskware™” and a volume measurement scale are written in white letters on the side of the glass bottle. Only glass shakers that measure 8.7 inches tall by about 3 inches in diameter and hold 2.5 cups of liquid are included in the recall.

Remedy:

Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled shakers and contact BlenderBottle to receive two free replacement plastic shakers for each returned glass dressing shaker.  

Incidents/Injuries:

The firm has received 12 reports of the bottom of the glass shakers breaking.  No injuries have been reported

Sold At

Bed Bath & Beyond and other specialty stores nationwide and online at www.Amazon.com and other online retailers from July 2016 through January 2017 for between about $18 and $20.

Manufactured In:
China
Distributor(s):

Sundesa LLC, dba BlenderBottle Company, of Lehi, Utah

Recall number:
17-121
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