The Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) recently issued a recall order on Yeti travel cup. Yeti is a company famous for producing outdoor equipment and vacuum insulation beverage utensils. It is favored by consumers with its friendly price and excellent heat preservation performance. However, CPSC asked the company to recall about 241000 rambler travel cups with stronghold lids due to the potential for burns. < / P > < p > one of the features of the Yeti travel cup currently on sale is the stronghold cup cover with magslider. The lid features a closure element that is held firmly by a magnet. Although it has never been designed to be leak proof, it does prevent hot liquid from escaping when the cup is hit, and it is easier to open with one hand than with many types of closure devices. < / P > < p > the product under recall is the Rambler travel cup with a 20 oz bag cover. According to the report, the magslider will pop up, causing hot water to overflow, posing a risk of injury and scald to consumers. Up to now, we have received two reports of slider pop-up, and no casualties have been reported. CPSC recommends that you immediately stop using the product and return it to Yeti for a full refund. < / P > < p > these products began to be sold in major physical stores and online in October, with retail prices of $35. The recall covers a variety of colors, with a quantity of about 241500 pieces, with the date code 34204010 printed on the bottom. If it is purchased through a physical store, the date code can check the product receipt, and if it is purchased online, you can also view the product packing list. [image] Google secretly tests 6GHz networks in 17 states of the United States