Drowning Hazard Prompts Recall of DiveAlert & DiveAlert Plus

Post On 06-06-2013

A recent report issued by the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission has indicated that a potential drowning hazard has prompted the recall of a series of units of the DiveAlert and DiveAlert Plus signaling devices.

According to the federal agency, these devices could malfunction while being used, which could cause the diver’s air-flow to become restricted.

To prevent a potential drowning, the company has urged consumers to stop using the devices at once. Affected units should be returned to an authorized DiveAlert dealer.

Incidents associated with these signaling devices haven’t been reported up to this moment. You can click here to read more on this particular recall and how to proceed in order to return the devices and have the product repaired for free.