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Kogan Powerbank Recalled Over Fire Safety Concerns

The ACCC has recalled a Kogan-branded power bank over concerns the device may catch fire during charging.

The Kogan 26800 mAh Power Bank (60W) with PD and QC 3.0, which was sold nationally online at Kogan and Dick Smith between 26 November 2018 and 10 August 2019, has been recalled by the consumer watchdog due to the risk of fire.

In the ACCC’s product safety portal, it indicated the charging station’s battery may fail and ignite during use.

Consumers have been warned to immediately stop using the product and to contact Kogan for a full refund and advice for disposal.

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