Klein Tools is recalling 1.7M units of this non-contact voltage tester.
This extension cord splitter has been recalled due to posing a fire hazard.
Harbor Freight has added one more 3 ton jack stand to their recent recall.
We missed this Harbor Freight flashlight recall from last year, figured it’s better to post about later than never.
Harbor Freight has recalled more than 1.7 million automotive jack stands.
Over 250,000 Porter Cable table saws are being recalled due to motors that can overheat and start a fire.
Two Dewalt corded power drills are being recalled due to a potential shock hazard.
Werner has recalled several models of aluminum multi-functional ladders sold earlier this year.
The pictured Ryobi sander has been recalled for posing a laceration hazard to users.
Some Metabo rat tail braking grinders are being recalled due to a faulty trigger switch that can lock on.
Here are details about a recent Bosch recall of their 1380 Slim angle grinder.
Harbor Freight has issued a recall for 1.7 million 18V cordless drills.
Dremel has recalled nearly 100,000 of their 8V cordless Micro rotary tools.
Worx has just recalled about 25K WG507 electric blower vacs that were sold between January and May of this year.
Scroll through this list of recently recalled tools and equipment, which includes a Gerber knife, Japanese axe, MSR avalanche shovels, a Toro mower, Homelite and OWT blowers, and a Cosco hand truck.
Porter Cable has recalled several routers that have been manufactured and sold over the past 24 years, due to uninsulated handles.
Costco and Whalen are recalling their 72″ stainless steel tool cabinet. Costco model number: 496675 Whalen model number: WSMTB72 On the inside of the right door there is a metal flange with a sharp edge that runs the length of the door. This poses a laceration hazard that has resulted in 11 reports of injuries, with 9 being minor cuts […]
Rayovac is in the process of recalling certain LED flashlights that could short circuit, overheat, and melt.
Gerber’s Uppercut knife and sheath sets have been recalled due to a flaw in the sheath that can unexpectedly release the blade.
Ryobi has recalled their new 18V 4.0Ah Li-ion battery packs due to a defect that can cause overheating and bursting during charging.