Sensio Pressure Cooker Recall | Bella, Cooks, Crux Models
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Sensio, along with the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), has issued a product recall on several of the company’s pressure cooker models. The recalled electric and stove-top pressure cookers allegedly pose a burn hazard to consumers. The safety alert notes the following:
“The pressure cooker’s lid can unlock and be removed during use, causing the hot contents to unexpectedly splash out, posing a burn hazard to consumers.”
The recall date is listed as August 10, 2023 and says around 860,000 units may be impacted. Refunds are being offered
The Sensio pressure cooker recall involves the Bella, Bella Pro Series, Crux, and Cooks electric pressure cookers, and Bella stovetop pressure cookers.
The electric pressure cookers are six-, eight-, and 10-quart capacity. The stove-top pressure cookers are five-, eight-, and 12-quart capacity.
Bella 14467 6-Qt JY-PC20US-5P 5-Qt
14570 6-Qt JYPC24US-8P 8-Qt
14595 8-Qt JY-PC26US-11P 12-Qt
Bella Pro Series 90072 6-Qt
Crux 14721 8-Qt
Cooks 22276 6-Qt
The CPSC warns consumers to immediately stop using the recalled pressure cookers. Sensio has received at least 63 reports of incidents, including 61 burn injuries, some of which involved third degree burns to the face, torso, arms, and hands.
The recalled Sensio cookers were sold at JCPenney, Kohl’s, Lowe’s, Macy’s and Target stores nationwide, and online at Amazon.com.
Joe Lyon has litigated several burn injury cases, many of which have involved common household products and kitchen appliances. Pressure Cookers have caused thousands of injuries and companies continue to produce unsafe consumer products. Contact the Lyon Firm to discuss legal action following product recall injury. Free and confidential consultations available.