Recall: Climbing tool poses a risk for severe injury


Health Canada is recalling a climbing tool because of the risk of customers falling.

Users of the Tethrd One Stick GEN 2 Climbing Sticks, meant to assist hunters climb bushes, ought to cease instantly, Health Canada experiences in a shopper product recall alert.

According to the alert, a number of of the climbing stick’s steps can crack when below strain, posing a fall and injury hazard to customers.

Consumers who’ve bought the climbing sticks are requested to contact the producer for directions on returning the tool. The stick will then be examined for security and, if needed, changed at no additional value.

Tethrd, the corporate who created the product, reported that 66 models of doubtless faulty climbing sticks had been bought in Canada and seven,700 had been bought within the United States.

“As of September 26th 2022, the company has received no reports of incidents or injuries in Canada,” Health Canada famous within the alert. “In the United States, the company has received 5 reports of a step breaking and no reports of injuries.”

The affected merchandise had been bought from June 2022 to July 2022.

“This recall involves 2022 model year Tethrd One Stick GEN 2 climbing sticks with serial numbers ranging from THSP-TONE-010000 to THSP-TONE-017749,” Health Canada experiences. “The serial number is located on the back side of the rope locking system (Dynaloc). The rope locking system is the black rectangle on the side of the stick with the silver Tethrd logo.”


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