The recall involves about 1.7 million units that have been shipped out all over the United States. According to reports, the cookware can collapse or crimp when placed over head and sometimes it will deform. All of these mistakes cause a burn hazard to the consumer and any nearby property. The company is aware of about 1,136 reports of cookware deforming or collapsing in ways that posed a burn hazard. One consumer called the company and reported that she had been spattered with hot oil when her pot caved inward. This caused burns that needed medical attention.
The pots and pans were not sold in stores, but rather at independent distributors or in door-to-door sales. The individual pots and pans were between $250 and $800 each and the sets were between $800 and $3,500. All pots were manufactured in Italy. The company requests that all consumers send their pots and pans back to the company headquarters where they will repair them free of charge. Any damaged pots and pans will be replaced Wither you have a saucepan, a Dutch oven, a skillet or a paella pan, you should return it to this company before you put yourself in danger because of the defective product.
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