LocknCharge Technologies Recalls Charging Stations
The Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) announced yesterday that LocknCharge Technologies, Madison, Wis., is recalling its iQ10 charging stations due to a defective USB charging hubs that can cause an electrical shock to users.
The charging stations are 16x16x12.5" white metal cubes with two black doors on the front and either a white or black top cover. The charging stations include a blue basket and a green basket with dividers to hold devices inside.
The company distributed the charging hubs to schools, government agencies and other users from February 2015 to May 2015.
One woman in Australia reported receiving an electrical shock from the device. The CPSC advised all consumers to immediately stop using the item, and contact LocknCharge Technologies for a free replacement charging hub and instructions for replacing the charging hub.
For more information, visit www.cpsc.gov.