Consumer product recall

Wah Lee Household recalls FEEMA Cordless Electric Kettle

Starting date:
December 30, 2014
Posting date:
December 30, 2014
Type of communication:
Consumer Product Recall
Subcategory:
Tools and Electrical Products
Source of recall:
Health Canada
Issue:
Electrical Hazard
Audience:
General Public
Identification number:
RA-43059

Affected products

FEEMA 1.5L Cordless Electric Kettle

Product description

This voluntary recall involves FEEMA 1.5L cordless electric kettles identified by model number FM1500 and UPC number 4893153394579.

The product has an auto shut off function and boil dry protection. The kettles are made of stainless steel with dimensions measuring 21 centimetres in height and 14.5 centimetres in diameter. 

Hazard identified

The kettles are lacking an approved certification mark and it is unknown if they are in compliance with the applicable electrical safety standard.

Neither Health Canada nor Wah Lee Household has received any reports of consumer incidents or injuries related to the use of these kettles.

Number sold

Approximately 23 units of the recalled kettles were sold in Canada.

Time period sold

The units affected by this recall were sold from September 2014 to November 13, 2014.

Place of origin

Manufactured in China.

Companies

Importer

Wah Lee Household Products Inc.

Toronto

Ontario

CANADA

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What you should do

Consumers should immediately stop using the affected FEEMA cordless electric kettles and return them to Wah Lee Household.

Consumers can return the product to Wah Lee Household at 1571 Sandhurst Circle, Unit 2013, Toronto, Ontario M1V 1V2 or contact the company by telephone at 1-416-335-3342 for more information.

Please note that the Canada Consumer Product Safety Act prohibits recalled products from being redistributed, sold or even given away in Canada.

Health Canada would like to remind Canadians to report any health or safety incidents related to the use of this product or any other consumer product or cosmetic by filling out the Consumer Product Incident Report Form.