Recall Issued For Look Pivot Bindings | Heel Pieces Pose Potential 'Fall Risk'

Recall Issued For Look Pivot Bindings | Heel Pieces Pose Potential 'Fall Risk'

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Recall Issued For Look Pivot Bindings | Heel Pieces Pose Potential 'Fall Risk'

Unofficial Networks’ favorite all-time binding is under recall after Rossignol discovered a defect in the heel pieces of its revamped, 2017-2018 Look Pivot Bindings.

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The company recently issued a release saying that the heel pieces on new models of Look Pivot Bindings have the potential to get loose, which poses a fall risk for skiers. The recall covers approximately 6,900 units sold in the USA as well as 590 sold in Canada. So far no injuries have been reported.

Only date codes of H7, I7 or J7, without the letter ‘V” stamped on the black plastic piece behind the turntable heel unit are included in the recall. Date codes can be found on the bottom of the heel piece and can be viewed by rotating the turntable heel unit 90 degrees.

Recall Summary

  • Sold At: Specialty ski stores including Christy Sports, REI, Retail Concepts and Vail Resorts nationwide and online at Backcountry.com and Evo.com from September 2017 through November 2017 for between $375 to $475.
  • Importer: Group Rossignol USA Inc., of Park City, Utah Distributor: Group Rossignol USA Inc., of Park City, Utah
  • Manufacturer: Look Fixations S.A.S., of  France
  • Manufactured in: France
  • Name of Product: LOOK Pivot Ski Bindings
  • Hazard: The heel piece on the ski binding can come loose, posing a fall hazard to the skier.
  • Remedy: Replace

Find the recall statement here: Group Rossignol Recalls LOOK Pivot Ski Bindings Due to Fall Hazard

 

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