February 2, 2024 — Snap has recalled about 71,000 Pixy Flying Camera batteries that can catch on fire and cause burn injuries.
The problem is that the rechargeable lithium-ion battery in the camera can overheat, posing a fire hazard and a risk of burn injuries.
Snap said it received 4 reports of the battery overheating and bulging, resulting in a battery fire. One person suffered a minor burn injury.
The recall involves all Pixy Flying Cameras, which are pocket-sized drones that take pictures. They were sold online from May 2022 through December 2023, when they were discontinued by Snap.
Snap is offering a full refund of the purchase price. Refunds are also available for Pixy Flying Cameras that were received as a gift. For more information, visit https://support.pixy.com/recall.
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