Recall: Lighted Magic Faucet & Fountain Mugs Recall
Atico and CPSC are not aware of any injuries involving these mugs. This recall is being conducted to prevent the possibility of injury.
The clear plastic mugs sit on a black round base. The base houses the electric motor. When the power is switched on, water recycles from the base of the mug, up a plastic tube into the "suspended" faucet (magic faucet) or "suspended" soda can (magic fountain) and then falls back into the mug. It appears as though water is coming from the "suspended" faucet or "suspended" soda can. The mugs also become illuminated by colored lights when the power is switched on.
Walgreens and Eckerd Drugs stores nationwide sold the mugs from April 1996 through January 1997 for about $20.
Consumers should stop using these mugs immediately, and return the mugs to the store where purchased for a full refund. If consumers have questions about this recall, they should call Atico International at (800) 645-3867.
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