Loot Crate – Infinity Gauntlet Oven Mitt Recall Update

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Loot Crate has sent an update regarding the recall of the Infinity Gauntlet oven mitt from their May box, which in some cases failed to withstand oven temperatures.  They are offering a T-shirt and a Simpsons key chain as a replacement.  To claim the replacement, you must submit a picture of the destroyed oven mitt.

Hello, Looters. Every month, we strive to bring you unique, interesting, and fun items based on your favorite pop culture franchises. However, more important than providing something cool is the personal safety of our subscribers. Recently, we received reports that some of the Infinity Gauntlet Oven Mitts found in May’s POWER-themed crate could not withstand certain levels of high temperature. An unexpected and unfortunate development for one of the most powerful items in the galaxy. Based on these reports, we believe it’s possible some of the oven mitts sent in your Loot Crates may pose a safety hazard and are issuing a voluntary recall on all Infinity Gauntlet Oven Mitts. We’re deeply sorry for the inconvenience but we’ll be offering a t-shirt and Simpsons key chain to make up for it upon your submission of certain information below. Please see below for instructions on what to do with the mitts and how to claim your replacement items. Unfortunately, we won’t be able to recover the Infinity Gems either.

If you have the recalled Infinity Gauntlet from May’s box, click here to view the full announcement and claim your replacement.

Symishi

Symishi

I'm Symi. I just got my PhD degree in Biochem and I'm addicted to subscription boxes.
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2 Comments
  1. This seems a bit strange to me – it’s about two months too late, most people would’ve thrown this out already. And since warnings were circulating around the internet fairly quickly about it being a hazard, I don’t think everyone would’ve used it once they were warned. So basically this is saying if you still have the glove, you need to actually USE it so that it melts or harms someone and then you can get compensated?

    1. Sigh, Yea, I’m not sure why they are so late about the actual recall. They did send out a warning in June I believe, but why you need another 1-2 months to decide how to recall those mitts?!!

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