Over Half a Million JoyJolt Coffee Mugs Recalled for Burn, Cut Risks

The Consumer Product Safety Commission has announced the recall of over half a million JoyJolt glass coffee cups. The company behind the mugs received over 100 complaints of the goods shattering when filled with hot beverages, causing burns or lacerations to several users.

MM Products recalled a set of six 16-ounce (model number JG10242) JoyJolt Declan Glass Coffee Mugs on June 20th, as stated in the agency’s recall notice. The mugs were sold in packs of six. People should cease using the recalled product and contact the manufacturer to get their money back.

The model numbers for these clear glasses with a handle are on the package or in the purchase confirmation. According to the company’s website, several of the mugs cracked at the bottom when subjected to hot liquids.

According to MM Products,103 incidents with the glasses have been reported, with 56 injuries reported. Thirty-five customers reported burns from hot liquids that had spilled, and 21 suffered wounds from shattered glass. The recall notification states that seven occurrences need medical treatment, such as surgery and sutures.

Between September 2019 and May 2022, the Chinese mugs were available on Amazon and MM Products’ online store. The price range for the set of 6 mugs was $20 to $25. To get their money back, customers may visit the company’s website or send an email to [email protected]

According to the website, Martin Mittleman started the lifestyle brand JoyJolt in 2014. The Brooklyn, New York-based company was founded and is run by a family. They specialize in producing high-quality drinkware that is meant to improve and elevate daily living. Blending conventional manners with contemporary design, the company sells a diverse array of goods, such as glass, drink, and barware, and kitchenware.

Their product range includes tumblers, coffee mugs, wine glasses, and whiskey glasses, some of which are made from premium materials like lead-free crystal.

You can purchase JoyJolt products at department stores like Macy’s and online from Amazon.