Recalls: Bottles (Sports/Water/Thermos)

July 5, 2012
iSi North America Recalls Twist'n Sparkle Beverage Carbonation System Due to Explosion Hazard
The products are plastic bottles used as a part of the iSi Twist'n Sparkle Beverage Carbonation System. The recalled bottles were sold in the Starter Set model number 1005 with one reusable bottle and the Bottle Set model number 1006 with two reusable bottles. The model numbers are printed on the bottom of the box. The recalled plastic bottles are available in one size and two colors of caps/bottoms, white or gray.
July 1, 2012
H&M Recalls Children's Water Bottle Due to Choking Hazard, Sold Exclusively at H&M Stores
The 16 oz. water bottles are pink plastic with a crackle design or blue plastic. The bottles have flip-top lids in coordinated pink and blue colors. "H&M Sweden" and "www.hm.com" are embossed on the bottom of the bottle. The recalled products were manufactured in June 2012. The water bottle contains the manufacture date in an embossed date clock on the bottom of the bottle. The inner circle on the clock contains the number 12 with an arrow between the two numbers. The arrow points at the number 6 in an outer circle of numbers.
May 5, 2010
Klean Kanteen Recalls Water Bottle Spouts Due to Choking Hazard
The Sport Cap 2.0 water bottle spouts are made of black plastic and have an attachment loop. “Klean Kanteen” is stamped into the side of the cap.
April 1, 2010
Crate and Barrel Recalls Glass Water Bottles Due to Laceration Hazard
This recall involves clear glass water bottles including 22-ounce bottles with SKU number 437-151 and 50-ounce bottles with SKU number 437-169. The SKU numbers are listed on a white bar code label on the bottom of the item
January 28, 2010
Starbucks Recalls Glass Water Bottles Due to Laceration Hazard
This recall involves clear glass water bottles with SKU number 11003503. The 20-ounce water bottles have the words “Glass Water Bottle” printed on a blue label affixed to the bottle.
September 16, 2008
Pottery Barn Kids Recalls Children's Metal Water Bottles Due to Choking Hazard
The metal water bottles are about 9 inches tall and have a black rubber pull up sip top. The following water bottles are included in this recall. The style number and “Pottery Barn Kids” are printed on a white sticker on the bottom of the water bottle.
March 25, 2008
Downeast Concepts Inc. Recalls Water Bottles Due to Violation of Lead Paint Standard
Backyard and Beyond brand water bottles with model numbers 67402, 67404, 67442, 67444, 67742, 60442, 67744, 67746, 67748 and 60448 printed on the hang tag. The metal water bottles have a black plastic sip-top and were sold in green, pink or blue with assorted animal or insect graphics on the exterior.
February 19, 2008
Spiderman Water Bottles Sold Exclusively at Sears Recalled by Fast Forward Due to Choking Hazard
The recalled plastic water bottles have a Spiderman® picture on the cup and a Spiderman® figure on the screw-on lid. The water bottle is red, white, blue, and black and measures nine inches high.
October 4, 2007
Sports Authority Recalls Aluminum Water Bottles Due to Violation of Lead Paint Standard
This recall involves the Alpine Design aluminum water bottles sold at Sports Authority. The water bottles are sold in different colors and measure between six and 10 ½ inches tall. The water bottles are silver, blue, red, blue with pink flowers, red with the depiction of a mouse, or blue with the depiction of a zebra. “Alpine Design” is painted on the water bottle.
September 21, 2005
Pacific Market International, LLC (PMI) Recall of Stanley Vacuum Bottles
The recall involves the brushed stainless steel and the green 1-liter and 2-quart bottles, and the 24-oz. wide mouth food jar. The recalled thermos bottles have only two spot welds per handle bracket and contain any of the following date code numbers: