Fitbit recalls one million Ionic watches after burn injuries
Fitbit received 115 reports of the battery overheating in the US, with 78 reports of burn injuries.
Fitbit recalls one million Ionic watches after burn injuries
Fitbit received 115 reports of the battery overheating in the US, with 78 reports of burn injuries.
Fitbit recalls 1 million Ionic watches after burn injuries
SILVER SPRING, Md. >> Google-owned Fitbit has recalled 1 million of its Ionic smartwatches after dozens of users reported burn injuries after the battery overheated.
Fitbit Recalls 1.7 Million Ionic Smartwatches; Offers Refunds. Here's Why
Fitbit on Wednesday recalled 1.7 million of its Ionic smartwatches used for tracking steps and other activity due to the risk of batteries overheating and burning wearers.
Fitbit recalls one million Ionic watches after burn injuries
Fitbit received 115 reports of the battery overheating in the US, with 78 reports of burn injuries.
Fitbit recalls one million Ionic watches after burn injuries
Fitbit received 115 reports of the battery overheating in the US, with 78 reports of burn injuries.
Fitbit recalls 1.7m smartwatches due to burn risk
Fitbit has recalled 1.7 million of its Ionic smartwatches used for tracking steps and other activity due to the risk of batteries overheating and burning wearers.
Fitbit Recalls 1.7 Million Watches Over Burn Concerns
Fitbit has issued an international recall of roughly 1.7 million Ionic smartwatches, after recieving over 115 reports of the lithium-ion battery overheating and burning wearers. Two of these were reports of third-degree burns. “The health and safety of Fitbit users is our highest priority. We are taking this action out of an abundance of caution... Read More
Fitbit recalls 1.69 million Ionic smartwatches after 118 burn injuries
Fitbit issued a recall for 1.69 million Ionic smartwatches after 118 people sustained burn injuries as the battery overheated.
Fitbit recalls Ionic smartwatches over risk of burn injuries
Google-owned Fitbit has announced it is recalling its Ionic smartwatches after it confirmed the potential for overheating and burn injuries. The public service announcement was made via...
Fitbit Recalls 1.7 Million Smartwatches Over Dangerous Hazard
Fitbit issued a recall for its Fitbit Ionic Smartwatch on Wednesday, warning that the battery could potentially overheat and burn the user. The company claims that about 1 million of these models were sold in the U.S. and another 693,000 were sold overseas. Users who have one of these watches can [...]
Google recalls the Fitbit Ionic for causing burn injuries, offers full refund
Returning the watch gets you a full $300 refund and 40 percent off a new Fitbit.
Why FitBit is recalling some watches over safety concerns
The voluntary recall was announced after at least 115 reports from US customers who noted their watches had overheated.
Google's Fitbit recalls 1.7 million Ionic smartwatches over burn hazard
Google-owned wearables company Fitbit is recalling its Ionic smartwatches because of the potential for the device's battery to overheat and cause burn, according to the U.S. Product Safety Commission.
Fitbit recalls fiery Ionic smartwatches due to burn hazard [Update]
Fitbit has issued a recall for its Ionic smartwatches due to incidents of burn hazards being reported internationally. Out of 1.7 million units sold since 2017, there have been over 100 burn injuries.
Fitbit Ionic recalled over burn risks, offers full $299 refund and 40% discount on new hardware
The Fitbit Ionic has a recall out over burn risk concerns, with full refunds and a discount available to customers.
Fitbit Recalls Ionic Smartwatches Over Burn Hazard
Over 100 consumers have reported burn injuries, the US Consumer Product and Safety Commission says.
Fitbit recalls Ionic smartwatches over burn hazard
Fitbit is voluntarily recalling its Ionic smartwatch following reports of burn injuries caused by the lithium-ion battery overheating, according to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission.
Fitbit recalls more than 1 million smartwatches after dozens of reports of burn injuries
A visitor uses a Fitbit Ionic watch at the IFA Electronics Show in Berlin, Germany, September 1, 2017REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch Fitbit voluntarily recalled
Fitbit recalls Ionic smartwatch after 78 reports of burns
Fitbit’s offering owners $299 refunds
​Fitbit recalls 1.7 million Ionic smartwatches over burn risk
Fitbit has issued a recall of its Ionic sports watch, after reports of users being burned by the device. The official recall has been issued in the US, amid disturbing numbers of burns suffered while wearing the Ionic smartwatch. The Ionic was launched way back in 2017 and was on-sale until 2020, as Fitbit’s GPS…
Google's Fitbit recalls 1.7 million smartwatches over burn hazard
About 1 million Ionic watches have been sold in the U.S., along with nearly 700,000 sold internationally.
Fitbit recalls over a million Ionic smartwatches over burn hazard – what you need to know
Fitbit has voluntarily recalled Fitbit Ionic watches after reports of burns. Here's what to do next, and how to claim a refund.
Fitbit in massive device recall: SA users impacted
Fitbit is recalling about 1.7 million of its Ionic smartwatches globally following reports of burn injuries from overheating batteries.
Fitbit recalls 1 million smartwatches due to burn hazard
Fitbit is recalling about 1 million Ionic Smartwatches due to a burn hazard.
Fitbit recalling 1 million smartwatches due to burn hazard
Fitbit is recalling about 1 million Ionic Smartwatches due to a burn hazard.
Fitbit recalling 1 million smartwatches due to burn hazard
Fitbit is recalling about 1 million Ionic Smartwatches due to a burn hazard.
Fitbit Watches Recalled Because Of Battery Burns
Fitbit is recalling its Ionic smartwatch after confirming overheating batteries burned dozens of customers
Fitbit recalls millions of ‘Ionic’ smartwatches after battery burn reports
Google-owned wearable brand Fitbit on Wednesday said it is recalling its 'Ionic' smartwatch following reports of an overheating battery and potential burn injury.
Fitbit recalls nearly 1.7 million Fitbit Ionic smartwatches because of burns risk
Fitbit has announced a recall of the Ionic, a smartwatch that it launched over four years ago. Supposedly, the Fitbit Ionic has a habit of going up in flames because of an overheated battery. There have been at least 174 reports of the issue occurring globally, of which 118 caused burn injuries. Fitbit is recalling all units, which amounts to nearly 1.7 million sold between September 2017 and December 2021.
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