Washington, D.C. – U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) reports YETI recalls Rambler Travel Mugs because of possible injury and burn hazard.
This recall involves the Rambler 20 oz Travel Mug with Stronghold Lid. The travel mugs were sold in a variety of colors. The recall only involves travel mugs with the date code 34204010. The date code is located on the bottom of the travel mug base. The SKU is located on the product packaging slip for online orders, and the product receipt for in-store purchases.
Name of product: Rambler® 20 oz Travel Mugs with Stronghold Lids
Hazard: The magnet slider on the lid can eject and hot contents can spill out, posing injury and burn hazards.
Remedy: Refund. Consumers should immediately stop using the Rambler 20 oz Travel Mug with Stronghold Lid and visit yeti.com for instructions on returning the lid or at a YETI store for a full refund.
Recall date: November 4th, 2020
Units: About 241,500. While this recall does apply to 240K mugs, only 15,000 units were sold during the nine day period that the mugs were on sale (October 1st-9th).
Incidents/Injuries: The firm has received two reports of the magnetic slider on the Rambler 20 oz Travel Mug with Stronghold Lid being ejected after being sealed with hot liquid. No injuries have been reported.
Sold At: YETI stores nationwide and online at www.yeti.com during October 2020 for about $35.00.
Importer(s): YETI Coolers, LLC, of Austin, Texas
Manufactured In: China
Recall number: 21-020
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