Alert: a device sold by Lidl could catch fire at any time, “60 million consumers” alarm

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Alert: a device sold by Lidl could catch fire at any time, “60 million consumers” alarm


The consumer association has just sounded the alarm about a device put on sale by Lidl. According to them, we must stop using this device sold by the German brand and bring it back to the supermarket.

The vacuum cleaner à Lidl's Silvercrest hand may catch fire ...

Disappointed with a product sold by Lidl since last August, 60 million consumers say they are fed up. Indeed, they claim that this product is dangerous. Thus, they appeal to all customers who have bought it to return it immediately to the store to get it. refund.

On September 24, 2020, an alert was given by the consumers' association. In fact, this is the Silvercrest hand-held vacuum cleaner that has been on sale at Lidl since August 27, 2020. According to them: “It is imperative to stop using this Lidl vacuum cleaner and its battery, some parts of which are susceptible. catch fire during charging or use ”. The goal of which is to bring it back to the dissolved hard to be reimbursed, even in the absence of a receipt.

As a reminder, here are the characteristics of this vacuum Silvercrest which creates controversies:

  • Product Name: SHAZ 22.2 D5 Handheld Vacuum Cleaner
  • Brand: Silvercrest
  • Code-barres : 3 256 224 756 552
  • Article number: 339 791_1 910
  • Marketing: since August 27, 2020

So, if you are concerned by the problem and have decided to return your device, please contact the brand with the number: 0 800 900 343.

Lidl becomes a specialist in product recalls

In fact, it has become very common for hard discounters to be exposed to accidents of this kind. Certainly, because of its very low price. In fact, product recalls have started to increase at Lidl for some time.

If we only spoke last August, the store recalled batches of ratatouille vegetables. For good reason, a rate of pesticides higher than the standards authorized has been detected in the products. Or, a baby wipe that has been suspected of containing bacteria causing infection.

But recently, it was cereal chopsticks that Lidl recalled. This is because it appears that the sesame seeds in the product contain a high level of ethylene oxide.

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