Recall Issued for Onewheel Electric Skateboards Amidst Reports of Deaths and Injuries

SANTA CRUZ, California — Future Motion, the maker of Onewheel electronic skateboards, has issued a recall for all models after reports of injuries and deaths related to the product. The recall, affecting 300,000 self-balancing skateboards, comes after the US Consumer Product Safety Commission received reports of four deaths of users between 2019 and 2021, as well as numerous serious injuries. The commission warned people to immediately stop using the skateboards, citing a “crash hazard” that …

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Onewheel Skateboards Under Recall After Multiple Deaths and Injuries

NEW YORK (AP) — Following reports of multiple injuries and deaths, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission announced last week that it is recalling all models of Onewheel self-balancing electric skateboards manufactured by California-based Future Motion. The recall affects 300,000 skateboards due to a risk of riders losing balance if the board’s limits are exceeded, resulting in serious crashes. The CPSC reported that Future Motion has received dozens of incident reports, including four deaths and …

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Recall Issued for Onewheel Electronic Skateboards After Deaths and Injuries Reported

SANTA CRUZ, California – All models of Onewheel electric skateboards are being recalled by maker Future Motion after reports of four deaths and multiple serious injuries. The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission issued a recall notice for 300,000 self-balancing skateboards, warning people to immediately stop using the skateboards due to the potential for serious injury or death. The deaths resulted from head trauma, with at least three of the riders not wearing helmets. Injuries linked …

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Recalled: Onewheel Electric Skateboards Linked to 4 Deaths and Numerous Injuries

Portland, Oregon – Onewheel electric skateboards are being recalled after reports of four deaths and multiple serious injuries. The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission announced the recall, urging consumers to stop using the skateboards immediately. The recall affects about 12,000 Onewheel skateboards, which were sold between February 2019 and September 2019. The popular motorized boards are equipped with a single large wheel in the center, and riders control the board’s movements by leaning in different …

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Recall: Electric Skateboards Pose Crash Hazard And Result In Multiple Deaths

Harrisburg, PA – Over 300,000 self-balancing electric skateboards have been recalled due to a crash hazard and multiple reported deaths. The United States Consumer Product Safety Commission has announced the recall of these skateboards, citing a safety issue where the boards can stop balancing the rider if the board’s limits are exceeded, posing a significant crash hazard and leading to serious injuries or death. Manufactured by Future Motion, these recalled skateboards have been linked to …

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Safety Alert: OneWheel Skateboards Recalled After Reports of Deaths and Injuries

SANTA CRUZ, Calif. – The U.S. Consumer Product Commission has issued a recall for 300,000 electric skateboards made by Santa Cruz-based company, Future Motion. OneWheel riders are being urged to stop using their electric skateboards immediately due to dozens of reported injuries and four deaths associated with the popular electric skateboards. According to the commission, the skateboards can stop balancing the rider if the boards’ limits are exceeded, posing a crash hazard that can result …

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Recall Issued for 300,000 OneWheel Electric Skateboards after Reports of Injuries and Deaths

SANTA CRUZ, California – OneWheel riders in the United States are being urged to stop using their electric skateboards immediately following numerous reports of injuries and even four deaths. The U.S. Consumer Product Commission has issued a recall for 300,000 electric skateboards manufactured by Future Motion, a company based in Santa Cruz. According to the commission, the skateboards have been found to stop balancing the rider if the boards’ limits are exceeded, posing a serious …

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