The firm is no longer in business. Destroy and discard this product. (12-22-2023)
The kettles can expel hot water and/or excessive steam during use, posing a burn hazard.
About 92,135 (In addition, about 12,865 units in Canada.)
This recall involves the stainless-steel tea kettle with a brushed gold finish that was included in the winter CAUSEBOX subscription box along with five other items. The kettle measures about 5.5 inches in diameter, and 8 inches from the bottom of the kettle to the top of the handle. “Rose & Fitzgerald” is stamped on the bottom of the kettle.
The firm is no longer in business. Destroy and discard this product.
Gramr has received 122 reports of the kettles expelling hot water and/or steam, including 18 reports of minor burn injuries.
Gramr Inc., d/b/a CAUSEBOX (On May 18, 2021, Gramr, Inc. changed its d/b/a name from CAUSEBOX to Alltrue.)
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