BlendJet Recalls Almost 5 Million Blenders After Multiple Consumer Complaints

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BlendJet Issues Major Recall After Multiple Consumer Complaints

According to a Consumer Product Safety Commission Report, BlendJet is recalling 4.8 million blenders after receiving multiple safety complaints.

The recall affects all BlendJet 2 Portable blenders sold at major retailers in the U.S. and Canada from October 2020 to December 2023. To find out if your blender has been recalled, you can use the tool provided on the BlendJet website.

Injuries include one laceration injury and 49 reports of minor burns. The product apparently overheated when charged, and some started fires, resulting in a total of $150,000 worth of property damage claims. There were also 329 reports of blades breaking during use.

To get a replacement base, BlendJet instructs customers to remove and cut the rubber base into 3 or more pieces and send a photo of that part with a photo of the unit’s serial number.

Did You Know?

The number of units recalled in 2022 was almost half that of 2021, though overall recalls increased by one-third.

How to Purchase Safer Products in San Antonio

Have you noticed that food and other consumer products are being recalled more frequently in recent years? No, you’re not crazy — product recalls are skyrocketing in the United States.

As a parent or savvy consumer, you want to make safe purchasing decisions. But people don’t find out that a product is unsafe until someone is hurt, and it ends up getting recalled.

Fortunately, there are ways you can check to see if a product is safe before it hits the news. Let’s take a look at how you can make safer purchasing decisions in 2024.

Shopping for Children: Commonly Defective Products

Child and baby products are often touted as well-researched and safe when they’re not. Some of the most commonly defective child products include:

  • Baby Food Pouches
  • Infant Formula
  • Car Seats
  • Crib Accessories
  • Sleeping Products
  • Weighted Blankets for Children
  • Bouncers and Swings
  • Baby Loungers

Before purchasing these products, make sure you are buying from a trusted company with a track record of safe products. If the product is new, check to ensure that a third-party evaluation of their safety was done, not an in-house evaluation.

Be especially cautious when shopping online. Try to buy directly from brands, and don’t purchase any products with little to no safety information.

Shopping for Adults: Commonly Defective Products

Children are not the only age group at risk for defective product injuries. Some of the most commonly recalled adult consumer products include:

  • Pharmaceutical drugs
  • Sports Equipment
  • Food
  • Cosmetics
  • Sunscreen
  • Small kitchen appliances

Protect yourself from dangerous products by purchasing from trusted retailers. Online shopping platforms allow the sale of products that may not be safe. Always thoroughly research a product before purchasing. If there is little or no information on the safety of the product, consider buying an alternative product from a trusted retailer. You’ll probably pay more, but you’re less likely to be injured by an unsafe product. publishes regular reports on consumer products that contain lead and other unsafe chemicals that you can check before making a purchasing decision.

Injured by a Defective Product? Call Carabin Shaw

Companies are responsible for selling safe products to United States consumers. If you were hurt by a product with a manufacturing or design flaw, you could be entitled to compensation.

Carabin Shaw can help you find out if you have a case for free. We have represented those injured by defective products in San Antonio for 30 years, and we care. Call the firm that puts their clients first for a free case evaluation at 800-862-1260. We look forward to serving you.

Contacting a Carabin Shaw attorney is free and does not obligate you to work with the firm.

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