Wednesday, March 31, 2010

Ardica Technologies Recalls Heated Jackets and Vests Due to Burn Hazard

Ardica Technologies has issued a recall of heated jackets and vests with the Ardica Moshi Power System, because the electrical connections in the warming components can overheat resulting in a risk of burning the consumer. The Moshi Power System is marked with “Ardica;" the pouch below the collar of each garment is marked "Ardica Heat Power Charge." Each jacket and vest also has a power switch next to the logo on the front. The following models are affected by this recall: Ardica Enabled Mountain Hardwear Radiance Jackets, Refugium Jackets and Sitka Dutch Oven Vests. The Mountain Hardwear jackets have the Ardica name and logo on the right sleeve. Consumers should immediately discontinue using the recalled jackets and vests, and contact Ardica for a full refund by calling toll-free at 877.884.1921, 24 hours a day, seven days a week or visit the firm’s website at

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Boise, ID 83701-0420
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