121,000 Martha Stewart-Brand Frying Pans Recalled

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Recall has resulted from seven reports of metal disks popping off frying pans
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Three individuals have reported minor injuries, including bruises, burns, and welts.

Step away from the Martha Stewart frying pan. Macy’s has recalled 121,000 Martha Stewart frying pans after seven reports of metal disks popping off the pans, the United States Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) reports. Consumerist details that the pans feature two rivets which attach the handle to the frying pan. The rivets are covered by stainless steel disks, which have been popping off.

Of the seven reports, three customers have reported minor injuries, which include bruises, burns, and welts. The two pans that have been causing issues, an eight-inch and a 10-inch stainless steel frying pan, are part of a 10-piece stainless steel cookware set. The recall only affects the two frying pans. The CPSC lists UPC numbers for the recalled sets containing the pans as well as date codes.

Consumers are instructed to stop using the pans and to return them to Macy’s stores or macys.com to receive store credit for the value of the two pans. The cookware set has been sold from January 2011 to September 2015 for about $170.

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