More than 1 million pocket knives have been recalled because of a "risk of tearing", security officials announced on Friday.
Harbor Freight Tools' Gordon folding knives were recalled after the company received at least seven reports of a knife failure, resulting in at least six reports of wounding and at least four people in need of medical attention.
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People "must immediately stop using their recalled knives and return their shop to the harbor for cargo tools" – detailed in a news release. Consumers who do this will receive a $ 5 gift card as a full refund.
Stainless steel pocket knives have black metal on the handle with "five notches on each side of the handle". They are about 3 inches long and contain a silver metal belt attached to the handle. "China" was printed on one side of the knife and "Stainless Steel" printed on the other side, officials said.
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Knives were sold for about $ 5 online and in the tool shop from July 2008 to July 2019, officials said. The California-based company has more than 1,000 stores in the U.S. and sells "great, high-quality tools at the lowest prices," the store's website says.