Earlier this year, 1.7 million Fitbit Ionic smart watch has been called Due to a battery malfunction that can lead to overheating.
In the United States, there have been 78 cases of burns, two of which resulted in third-degree ossification and two in fourth-degree burns.
– Not only applies to ions
Not everyone thought the summons was enough. Fitbit has now received a lawsuit against it alleging that “the same defect is present in all Fitbit products,” according to reports. Ars Technica.
Two women in the lawsuit claimed they suffered burns from their Fitbit Versa Light and Fitbit Versa 2.
The lawsuit also cites several online reports describing alleged burns from users of a number of other Fitbit products.
According to Ars Technica, Fitbit typically claims the reports are from skin irritation or friction, but the lawsuit claims that’s not the case and believes it’s caused by a fault in the battery and charging system.
– Refunds trained
The lawsuit also criticizes Ionk’s recall. Google, which now owns Fitbit, has promised to refund customers who have returned their watches. However, in the lawsuit, the company was alleged to be training this.
The Fitbit Ionic was launched in 2017, but stopped production in 2020. One million units were sold in the United States, while 700,000 copies were sold in the rest of the world.
Google, which owns Fitbit, has not yet commented on the matter.
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