Non-compliant ISENSE Tower Speaker recalled from Australia Post outlets

A tower speaker sold through Australia Post stores has been recalled because it does not comply with Australian Electrical Safety Standards and presents a risk of fire.

The ISENSE 60-watt Tower Speaker (product code 65220) was sold at Australia Post outlets nationwide between 1 July 2014 and 11 August 2014. The speaker was promoted in Australia Post’s Father’s Day catalogue.

“Consumers who have purchased the ISENSE Tower Speaker ¬†from an Australia Post retail outlet or received the product as a gift should cease using it immediately and return it to an Australia Post Office for a full refund,” reports the ACCC Product Recalls website.

Australia Post apologised for any inconvenience caused by this recall.

According to the Product Recalls website, ISENSE is a brand supplied by Australia Post for sale at its own outlets. No ISENSE branded products are currently listed for sale on the Australia Post website. An internet search reveals that similar products branded I-Sense, Isense and iSense have been sold on various online auction and clearance site.

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2 Responses to Non-compliant ISENSE Tower Speaker recalled from Australia Post outlets

  1. Maurice Linker Sat 25 Apr 2015 at 9:21 am #

    Thew speaker is on sale and displayed at the Double Bay NSW post office.
    Is is safe now or old stock?

  2. Maurice Linker Sat 25 Apr 2015 at 9:24 am #

    The speakers were available form the NSW Double Bay store on the 24 April 2015
    Is this old stock or new safe stock?
    Please reply ASAP

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