Trek issues recall for Bontrager Flare RT lights

Owners of the affected models should take them to an authorised Trek dealer.
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Owners of the affected models should take them to an authorised Trek dealer.
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In coordinatation with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, Trek is issuing a voluntary recall of select Bontrager Flare RT lights sold individually as well as Bontrager Ion 700 RT front lights sold as part of the Bontrager Transmtr Set with Remote. This recall was prompted by the discovery that the lights can turn off without warning when paired with a remote transmitter. To date, no injuries involving the affected lights have been reported. The recall affects 700 lights located in the US, Canada, UK, and Japan.

Owners of Flare RT lights should check their light for the date code located on the back of the light. If the date code is between Af0400001 and Af0400407, it is affected by this recall. The date code of the affected Ion 700 RT is 1606 and is located on the bottom of the light under the charging port cover.

As part of this voluntary recall, Trek will provide a free replacement light through its authorised retailers. To incentivise owners of the affected lights to return them, Trek will be issuing a $20 coupon good towards any Trek or Bontrager product for every light returned.

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