Yeti Recalls About 240,000 Rambler Travel Mugs
A mechanism on the lid can eject and allow liquid to spill, posing a potential burn hazard
Yeti has recalled about 241,500 Rambler travel mugs because a magnetic slide mechanism on the lid can pop off, letting hot liquid spill and potentially burn someone.
Yeti has received two reports of the mechanism ejecting when filled with a hot liquid. There have been no reports of injuries, according to the announcement from the Consumer Product Safety Commission.
The recall applies to the 20-ounce Rambler travel mug with Stronghold lid.
The recall: About 241,500 Yeti Rambler 20-ounce travel mugs with a Stronghold lid. The recall involves only mugs with the date code 34204010. The date code can be found on the bottom of the mug.
The risk: A magnetic slide mechanism on the lid can eject when the mug is filled with hot liquid, allowing spills and posing a potential injury or burn hazard.
Incidents/injuries: Yeti has received two reports of these incidents but no reports of injuries.
Where and when sold: Yeti stores and yeti.com in October 2020 for about $35.
The remedy: Stop using the recalled mug and go to any Yeti store, or fill out the recall form to get a full refund.
Report a defective product: Call the CPSC hotline at 800-638-2772 or go to SaferProducts.gov.