Apple is recalling its Beats Pill XL wireless speakers after a customer reported getting burned when it overheated.
There were eight reports of the speaker’s battery overheating, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission said. Apple said customers can apply for a $325 refund on its website. They can also elect to receive Apple Store credit for the same amount. Apple said it will send customers boxes for free to return the speakers.
About 222,000 of the speakers are in the U.S., the CPSC said. They were sold at Apple’s stores and websites starting in January 2014 and other retailers.
The speakers come in five colors. Details: apple.co/1QpnTZ8. or 800-275-2273.
Egg-shaped hanging chairs sold at Big Lots stores are brown plastic wicker pattern mesh and have red seat cushions. They hang from a chain connected to a black metal pole and U-shape base. They were sold December 2014-January 2015.
The chairs can tip over when they face sideways and swing beyond the base.
Details: 866-244-5687 or www.biglots.com.
The recall covers Cree LED T8 lamps used indoors to replace traditional two-pin fluorescent tubes. The white lamps have a cylindrical shape and measure 48 inches long. The affected units are marked as “BT848 Series Lamp.” Several product and UPC numbers are covered in the recall.
They may overheat and melt, posting a risk of a burn. They were sold at Home Depot nationwide and to commercial lighting customers from August 2014 through April 2015.
Details: 888-338-7883 or www.cree.com/recall.
Recalled model year 2008-15 Can-Am Mini DS ATVs are youth models with engine sizes of 70 or 90 cubic centimeters sold in the black and yellow. “Can-Am DS” and the engine size are on sides of the vehicle’s fairing. They were sold at Can-Am dealers nationwide from July 2007-January 2015.
The ATVs fail to meet perfor- mance requirements of the federal ATV standard for maximum unrestricted speed and parking brakes, posing a crash hazard.
Details: 888-272-9222; or visit www.can-am.brp.com/off-road.