The diet and fitness world is a great place in which to make some money. There are individuals all over the United States desperate for quick and easy ways to shed some pounds. Whether in the form of weight loss pills or trendy exercise equipment, people are prone to purchasing products that advertise quick and easy results.
There is a great range of fitness products out there on the market, but some have been reported to cause injuries among users. Most recently, Ontel recalled 170,000 of their ISO7X Isometric Exercise Devices after complaints of injuries that resulted in punctures and lacerations to both users and innocent bystanders.
Manufactured in China, the ISO7X is about 3 feet long, with plastic handle grips on each end. This recall is only for Isometric Exercise Devices with black handle grips.
If you purchased an ISO7X Isometric Exercise Device, you are instructed to immediately cease use and contact Ontel Products to receive instructions on how to obtain a full refund.
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