According to a series of news articles, Meyer Corp. has issued an official announcement that was released in light of findings that certain glass lids present in Circulon cookware sets could break unexpectedly.
This safety recall was deemed necessary after 65 reports of broken lids surfaced, according to the company. Although no injuries were reported, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission and Meyer Corp. decided to pull all cookware sets that could have been manufactured with poor-quality glassware from the shelves in retailers across the country.
According to the company, if the glass breaks while the pan is in use, the product may pose a serious injury hazard to users.
Consumers with these products in their possession must return all items to the place of purchase right away since 4,600 units of the kitchen cookware sets have been sold in the past months. The 13-piece non-stick pots and pans set comes with four glass lids with the code “IMCP1108” stamped on the item’s side.
If you have this set in your kitchen, refrain from using the recalled lids immediately. Questions regarding the gravity of this recall alert and how it could affect you should be addressed to the manufacturer or the federal agency.
According to the official recall announcement issued by the CPSC, the company will provide safe replacement lids to affected customers in the near future.