The Endliss Technology Trianium Battery Recall
Upon discovering that the lithium-ion battery in the cases can overheat, Endliss Technology of Hayward CA has decided to announce its recall of around 367,000 Trianium cell phone battery pack cases.
According to reports, there is a risk of overheating for the lithium-ion battery. Once this occurs, there could be a thermal runaway that could lead to a burn hazard.
The Endliss Technology admitted that they have received 96 reports of overheating batters because of the thermal runaway. Ten of these reports involve burn injuries.
This recent recall includes Endliss Technology Trianium battery phone cases for all types of mobile phones.
Furthermore, it comes in black, gray, white, and pink, with “Trianium” written on the back of the case.
The following are the recalled model numbers: TM000006, TM000007, TM000008, TM000009, TM000010, TM000011, TM000046, TM000047, TM000048, TM000049, TM000101, TM000103, TM-06A-4000BBLK, TM-06A-4000ROGD, TM-06A-4000WSLV, TM-S6BC-BLK and MTS-3000-BBLK.
Also, the recalled products were manufactured in China and were retailed online at Amazon.com from September 2014, through July 2020, for between $30 and $100.
Have you purchased the recalled cases? Tell us more about your thoughts in this recent recall.
What You Need To Do
The company advises consumers to immediately stop the use of the recalled phone cases. Moreover, they are encouraged to dispose of the product following local laws on battery disposal. Then, they can call Endliss for a free replacement power pack.
Meanwhile, consumers who may have other concerns can call Endliss toll-free at (844P) 609-0874, or online at www.trianium.com and click on “Battery Case Recall” at the top of the page for more information.
Editor’s note on The Endliss Technology Trianium Battery Recall:
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