Remington Hot Rollers

August 2019: The lawsuit was transferred to federal court. (Case No. 19-cv-1011, W. D. PA.)

July 2019: A class-action lawsuit was filed against Spectrum Brands for allegedly misleadingly marketing that the Remington® Hot Rollers have plastic “cool touch ends” to protect users from the heating element in the rollers when, according to plaintiffs, a defect causes the hot rollers to heat to unsafe temperatures, which causes the plastic ends to detach putting consumers at risk of serious injury. (Winkworth et al v. Spectrum Brands, Inc., Case No. 588-2019, Pennsylvania State Court – Jefferson County)

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