More on the Soda Sense Recall
Recently, a recall for 19,200 Soda Sense CO2 canisters was announced. According to reports, the company issued the recall due to an issue with a valve. The said valve in the canister could potentially break. As a result, it will allow CO2 to forcefully eject the top valve that could lead to an injury hazard.
In connection to this, the firm has recorded 18 reports about the canister’s top valve ejecting. These reports led to minor property damage, including the following:
- Damage to the home soda machine
- Damage to surrounding property like glasses, plates, or other fragile items
Despite the damages reported, the company didn’t receive any reports of injuries.
Have you purchased a Soda Sense CO2 Canister and suffered the damages mentioned above? Please don’t hesitate to tell us your story.
Which Canisters Are Subject for Recall?
The items being recalled are the type 2 Soda Sense 0.6 liter CO2 canisters. These canisters were sold through the SODA SENSE mail order exchange program.
The reports also stated that the recall only includes the cylinders with two (2) indented rings on the bottom.
For consumers who purchased the canister, they should immediately refrain from using it. Then, they should be in touch with Soda Sense to receive a free replacement canister, including shipping.
If there are further questions about the product, consumers can call Soda Sense toll-free at (855) 209-4997 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. (ET) Monday through Friday, by email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or online at www.SodaSense.com and click on “Product Safety” at the bottom of the page.
Editor’s note on the Soda Sense Recall:
This piece is written to inform consumers about the Soda Sense CO2 Canisters Recall.
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