The company, which sells its popular sparkling water makers for around $99, announced the recall Tuesday and is offering customers a full refund for the bottles. The affected bottles have an expiration date of April 2020, and were sold between February 2016 and January 2017. Now, SodaStream is recalling about 51,000 carbonating bottles, with about 7,600 sold in Canada. So far no injuries have been reported.
The bottles were sold at Bed, Bath & Beyond, Target, Walmart, Amazon and SodaStream's website.
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The recall affected blue-tinted one-litre bottles marked dishwasher safe, with a blue plastic cap and bottom, with an expiry date of "04/2020".
The safety commission recommends people to "immediately stop using the recalled carbonating bottles". According to SodaStream, the reason for this reaction is a manufacturing defect. The problem has to do with the bottle's ability to stand up to the pressure that the carbonation process puts on it.
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SodaStream recently began printing a label on its products with an Israeli flag. Luckily, this recall went out before there were any reports of injuries.
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