The bottle warmers can overheat liquids and baby food, posing a burn hazard to adults and babies. The firm has received 10 reports of the bottles overheating, including one report of an adult who received a finger burn from touching a hot bottle.
The bottle warmer is green with an orange temperature dial. “Beaba” is printed on the base and model number 9602 is printed on the underside.
It was sold nationwide through the company stores, website and catalogs from June 2010 through July 2010 for about $65.
Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled bottle warmers and fore refund information contact Williams-Sonoma toll-free at (877) 548-0850 or www.williams-sonoma.com.
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