Rueters reported that on Tuesday August 5, nearly 400 dive computers sold in the U.S. and Canada were recalled by Johnson Outdoors Diving. These wristwatch-style diving computers are at an increased risk of breaking.
California-based company Johnson Outdoors Diving issued recall to at least 390 “Scubapro Aladin2” dive computers that are worn on the wrist and used by divers to monitor important information needed while under water. According to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, scuba divers are at risk if the affected dive computers leak and stop working. Though no one was reportedly injured by the devices, several complaints related to broken computers were reported to Johnson Outdoors Inc.
Though no one was reportedly injured by the defective dive computers, many people suffer serious injuries from using defective devices. If you have been injured by defective products, find out how you could benefit from the help of an Oklahoma lawyer at the Abel Law Firm. Call our offices today at (405) 239-7046.