Sodastream recalls bottles due to explosion risk


No injuries were reported, but SodaStream said the bottles could pose injury risk to customers.

If you're an avid user of the SodaStream, we've gathered all of the recall details in one place to help you determine if your bottle is safe to use. They also have the words "SodaStream" and "Dishwasher safe" printed on the labels. If you do happen to have a potentially explosion-prone bottle, the company will issue you a refund. They have an expiration date of 4/2020.

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Around 59,000 bottles sold in the United States and Canada were affected. The affected bottles were sold in the U.S. from February 2016 to January 17 at Target, Walmart and Bed Bath & Beyond.

The bottles sold for about $15 between February of last year and January of this year. According to the report from the Government of Canada, the affected bottles were sold per piece and a pack of three. All the affected products were manufactured in Israel. Eastern time, Monday through Friday. SodaStream has not responded to each event and this is their only US recall over exploding bottles during that five-year period.

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Fortune contacted SodaStream for more information and will update this story if it responds.

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