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Class Action Suit Alleges Remington ‘Hot Rollers’ Can Heat Up to ‘Unreasonably Unsafe’ Temperatures, Pose Burn Risk [UPDATE]

by Corrado Rizzi

Last Updated on December 21, 2020

Winkworth et al. v. Spectrum Brands, Inc.

Filed: August 14, 2019 § 2:19-cv-01011

Spectrum Brands' Remington Hot Rollers are at the center of a class action that claims the hairstyling product is defective in that it can heat up to unreasonably dangerous temperatures, posing a burn risk.

Defendant(s)

Spectrum Brands, Inc.

Law(s)

State(s)

Pennsylvania

Case Updates

December 18, 2020 – Case Dismissed

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Last Updated on December 21, 2020 — 4:12 PM

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