Coca-Cola ElectroPlasma Lamps Recalled

March 15, 2006
Emess Design Group
The Danger:
There is a burn hazard caused by an electric arc between the metal bottle cap and a human contact point. An electric burn is possible if the distance between the metal cap and the contact point is sustained at about 1/8 inch away from the metal cap.
This recall involves about 21,300 lamps in the shape of Coca-Cola bottles. They are about 13.5 inches high. The insides of ElectroPlasma lamps simulate lightning bolts. A label on the bottom of the black base of the lamp reads, "Model No: 23-103," and "Lipan Industrial Co., Ltd."
Sold At:
Rite Aid stores nationwide during January 2006 for about $40.
What To Do:
Stop using the recalled lamp immediately and return the item to a Rite Aid retailer for a full refund. For additional information, contact Emess Design Group's Customer Service Center at (800) 678-2579 between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. ET Monday through Friday, or write to Emess Design Group, LLC at 1 Early Street, Ellwood City, PA 16117, Attention Customer Service Department. Additional information can be found on the Emess Design Group Web site at
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