By Giulia Heyward and Brian Ries, CNN
(CNN/KDKA) — If you bought a Yeti travel mug with a Stronghold lid this fall, you may want to check the product number.
The lid “can eject and hot contents can spill out, posing injury and burn hazards,” Yeti said in consumer safety report last week, announcing the recall of around 250,000 of its popular ramblers.
In a filing from the U.S. Consumer Products Safety Goods on Nov. 4, the company revealed that there had been two reports on the slider ejecting after being “sealed with hot liquid.”
Yeti told customers that they “should stop using the product immediately” on its website.
“The lid’s Stronghold MagSlider and mug contents can be expelled if the mug is filled with hot liquid, sealed with the lid, and agitated or inverted, which can pose an injury hazard,” Yeti wrote.
There have not been any reported injuries yet.
Since the Rambler® 20 oz Travel Mugs were recalled last week, the outdoor manufacturing company is issuing a full refund to anyone who purchased one.
The travel mugs with Stronghold Lid were sold in October 2020 in stores and online. They cost $35. Look for the date code 34204010 to see if yours qualifies.
Yeti isn’t asking for the whole mug — the return form only asks customers to send the lid back.
“We are issuing a voluntary product recall of the Rambler® 20 oz Travel Mug with Stronghold Lid after learning the lid’s MagSlider™ and mug contents can be expelled if the mug is filled with hot liquid, sealed with the lid, and shaken, which poses an injury hazard.
The product was available for purchase through yeti.com from October 1, 2020 through October 9, 2020 and about 15,000 units were sold. No injuries have been reported.
We ask that all customers currently in possession of the 20 oz. Travel Mug with Stronghold Lid immediately cease use of the product and follow the recall instructions for a full refund.
For more information on this recall, visit Yeti’s website here.
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