ISO7X Isometric Exercise Bar Recall Issued Due to Projectile Hazard

Nearly 170,000 isometric exercise devices have been recalled following reports of users being injured when the handle bar grips broke, causing the exercise bar’s central metal shaft to break and turn it into a dangerous projectile.  

The ISO7X Isometric Exercise Bar recall was announced by the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) on April 17, following at least 10 reports of problems where the black handle grips on the end of the nylon straps broke during use. In at least five of the reported cases, the internal spring and rod were ejected back toward the user causing puncture injuries and lacerations.

The exercise device allows users to perform isometric workouts by stretching nylon straps that run down opposite side of the center metal shaft. Reports have indicated the handles on the ends of the nylon straps may break, causing the center metal shaft, spring coil, and rod pieces to projectile toward the user or bystanders.

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The recall includes only the ISO7X Isometric Exercise Bars with black handle grips. The exercise device measures about 3 feet long and have two black nylon straps that extend down opposite side of the center metal shaft.

The Isometric exercise bars were manufactured in China under Ontel Products Corp., of Fairfield, New Jersey where they were distributed for sale at sporting goods and other retail stores nationwide as well as direct response television and online at buyironbow.com, buyiso7x.com, getiso7x.com, and iso7x.com from October 2009 through August 2011 for about $30.

The CPSC recommends that customers stop using the exercise bars immediately and contact Ontel Products Corporation at 800-245-0511 or visit them online at www.ontel.com and navigate to the “ISO7X Recall Notice” link for information on how to receive a full refund. Customers may also email Ontel at help@ontel.com.

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