YETI Recalls Thousands of Travel Mugs, Lids | GearJunkie
The 20-ounce mugs with magnetic Stronghold Lids pose an injury or burn hazard. YETI asks users to return faulty lids immediately.
YETI, in conjunction with the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), has issued a voluntary recall of its Rambler 20-ounce Travel Mug with Stronghold Lid. The Stronghold Lid uses the brand’s MagSlider, which, according to the recall, can “eject” and spill the mugs’ contents.
The recall, issued today by the CPSC, impacts about 15,000 Rambler Travel Mugs with the Stronghold Lid. Affected mugs and lids retailed from October 1-9, 2020, and have the date code 34204010 printed on the bottom.
Consumers that have a recalled mug should immediately stop using it and visit YETI’s product recall page to obtain a full refund.
YETI Rambler Travel Mug, Lid Recall
YETI said the recall impacts all Black, Seafoam, Navy, Graphite, Copper, Northwoods Green, and Ice Pink 20-ounce Rambler Travel Mugs with the 34204010 product code. The mugs retailed for $35 online at YETI.com and YETI retailers nationwide.
The Austin-based brand said it received two reports of the MagSlider ejecting from the lid, but has received no notices of any injuries.
Consumers should check the date code stamped on the bottom of their 20-ounce Rambler Travel Mugs to determine if they are included in this recall. Then, head over to YETI’s product recall page and follow instructions there to receive a full refund.
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