Huish Outdoors is recalling about 76,000 Oceanic Adult Dry Top Snorkels.The bottom purge valve on the recalled snorkels can leak, allowing unexpected water entry, posing a drowning hazard. Oceanic has received 13 reports of the snorkels leaking. One injury has been reported.
Razor USA is recalling about 237,300 Hovertrax 2.0 self-balancing scooters/hoverboards with GLW battery packs. The lithium-ion GLW battery packs in the scooters/hoverboards can overheat, posing a risk of the products smoking, catching fire, and/or exploding.
Sport avalanche transceivers are being recalled by Black Diamond due to loss of communication that could lead to injury or death
Black Diamond is recalling about 66,100 sport avalanche transceivers in the U.S. and about 12,500 in Canada. Black Diamond has received 65 reports of the transceiver modes switching unexpectedly while in use. One death and a skier who was caught in an avalanche and injured were reported.
One of the articles in our blogging roundup stands out this week. Tom Sightings of Sightings Over Sixty described how he fell while playing golf. He climbed up onto the tee box, and without thinking about it, stepped onto a wet railroad tie.
As cases of coronavirus spike and scores of people ignore the pandemic, boomer bloggers are venturing out into the new world we have now. It’s tough. You have to weigh the risks of going out and continually be on the lookout for people not wearing masks.
Lawn darts are banned in the United States due to serious risks of skull punctures and other serious injuries, especially to children. About 19,400 darts made by Crown Darts UK were sold in the United States and about 4,048 in Canada.
My dad was really good at guessing what was in his presents. One time, to fool him, I bought him a magazine subscription and I put it in a toy jack-in-the-box. When he turned the handle, boom.
It’s been a tough week. I had to organize the hundreds of photos I took at the National Women’s History conference in early January, which meant I lost time writing my book, “Follow the Money: My Life as a Financial Journalist.”
At any stage of life, it’s important to have a plan for what will happen when you pass on, including how you want to be buried. What burial methods are available, how much do they cost and how do people choose one?
The leaves are already beginning to change here in the Seattle area, so change and fall are in the air. Fall is definitely just around the corner. Laurie Stone from Musings, Rants & Scribbles is happy. Yes, spring is lovely and summer’s fun. Even old man winter has his icy...