More than 300,000 air fryers sold at Walmart, Target and Kohl’s recalled for burn hazard

SkylorFocus, a subsidiary of Anko Products, recently announced a voluntary recall of more than 300,000 air fryers sold at Walmart, Target and Kohl’s due to potential burn hazard. The air fryers could overheat, posing a burn hazard to consumers. The recall involved 10 models of the fryers distributed from April 2016 to August 2020. The models are: ANKOVO AF101, BRENTWOOD TS-127AF, GOURMIA GTA2500, MAXI-MATIC EAF-3500, MONSTER META AF-138, NUWAVE BRAVO, POWER AIR FRYER XL, POWER AIR FRYER OVEN, SENSUE 5.2-Quart Air Fryer and TILLREDA 4.2-Quart Air Fryer.

SkylorFocus urges consumers to immediately stop using the recalled air fryers and contact the company for a product refund or a replacement item. Consumers will need to submit proof of purchase, serial number and a description of their issue to obtain a refund or replacement. Further, those who bought the air fryers as gifts should inform the recipients of the recall. The company’s website has more detailed information about the recall. Consumers with questions about the recall should contact SkylorFocus at 888-889-0453 from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. CT Monday through Friday.

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