Rifles, Tuna, High Heels, Disco Lights Recalled
Swiss Arm Air Rifle, White House | Black Market high heels, and Chicken of the Sea tuna are among some of the products recalled this week.
High Heel Shoes
White House | Black Market is recalling two styles of high heeled shoes for a fall hazard. According to the Consumer Product Safety Commission recall, the shoes can become unstable. Consumers are advised to stop wearing the recalled shoes and return them to White House | Black Market for a store merchandise for the full purchase price of the shoes.
The shoes were sold nationwide and online at whitehouseblackmarket.com between August 2012 and October 2012.
Swiss Arms Air Rifle
Soft Air USA is recalling Swiss Arms Air Rifles, because the air guns can discharge while the safety is engaged, posing a risk of injury to the consumer and those nearby, according to the Consumer Product Safety Commission recall.
The guns were sold exclusively at Sports Authority in December. Consumers should return the rifles to Sports Authority for a full refund.
Chicken of the Sea in Oil
Tri-Union Seafoods, LLC, is expanding a recall of their 5-ounce chunk light tuna in oil. This is in addition to the 5-ounce chunk white albacore tuna in water that was announced in March 6.
According to the Food and Drug Administration recall alert, "The seams on the lids of the cans do not meet the standard for seam quality." These cans "could result in product contamination by spoilage organisms or by pathogens, which could lead to illness if consumed."
Garlic Slicers by Pampered Chef
The Pampered Chef is recalling garlic slicers, because the blade on the product can unexpectedly dislodge, posing a laceration hazard, according to the Consumer Product Safety Commission recall. There have been 23 reports of blade detaching.
Consumers should stop using the garlic slicers and contact Pampered Chef for a replacement product.
Style my Room by Justice disco lights are being recalled for risk of electric shock. According to the Consumer Product Safety Commission recall alert, the "electrical wiring in the lamp base is accessible and the lamp can overheat, posing an electrical shock hazard to consumers." There has been one report of the lamp overheating and the consumer receiving an electrical shock.
The lamps were sold from May to November 2012 at Justice stores nationwide and online at shopjustice.com. Consumers should stop using the product immediately, and return it to a Justice store for a full refund.