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Curio Design Modular Lights and Bases Recalled

Posted on January 5, 2017 10:27 am under Product Liability

The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission announced today that Curio Design is conducting a product recall of its modular lights and bases due to a safety hazard.

According to the report, the modular lamp pieces are not durable and the bases have faulty wires, which may cause electric shock and fire. The products subject to the recall are limited to the Table Starter Kits, Hanging Starter Kits, Expansion Kits and Tri-bases. The kits allow you to customize your light fixture by using Y-pieces and candelabra bulbs according to your preference. These are sold at Kickstarter, SFMOMA, UncommonGoods, and other specialty shops around the US for a price ranging from $65 and $115.

Consumers who purchased the products are urged to discontinue use and dispose of them immediately. They may also return them to the place of purchase for a free replacement or full refund.

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