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Flashlights are being recalled by Olight Ecommerce Technology due to burn risk

Flashlights By Olight Ecommerce Technologyh Recalled Due to Burn RiskOlight Ecommerce Technology is recalling about 215,100 M2R Pro and Warrior Mini flashlights

The flashlights can be turned on inadvertently and overheat while stored in the holster or a consumer’s pocket, posing a burn hazard to consumers.

The firm has received 127 reports of flashlights turning on inadvertently and overheating resulting in 22 reports of burn injuries. Three consumers reported receiving second-degree burns.

This recall involves M2R Pro and Warrior Mini flashlights. The M2R Pro was sold in black, camouflage, desert tan, OD green, patriotic edition, gunmetal gray, orange, blue, ocean camouflage, purple, white, and antique bronze colors. 

The dimensions of M2R Pro are about 5.37 inches (L) x 1.16 inches (D).  The Warrior Mini was sold in black, desert tan, camouflage, spring 2 Ti, summer 2 Ti, autumn 2 Ti, winter 2 Ti, eternal 2 Cu, and red colors. 

The dimensions of Warrior Mini are about 4.19 inches (L) x 0.91 inches (D). 

Olight and M2R Pro or Warrior Mini is printed on the flashlights.

The flashlights were sold at Olightstore.com, Amazon.com, and through small independent stores nationwide from November 2019 through November 2021. The cost was between $48 and $120.

Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled flashlights and contact Olight for a refund that is a store credit or for a free replacement flashlight, the company and U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission advise. The firm is contacting all known purchasers directly.

For more information, call Olight at 888-889-6870 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. ET Monday through Friday, email cs@olightstore.com, or visit https://www.olightstore.com/article.html?id=1498597352846782467 or www.olightstore.com and click on “Recall Information” near the bottom of the page.

For details on other recalls, see www.recalls.gov.

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