Olight Recalls M2R Pro & Warrior Mini Flashlights

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posted on April 6, 2022
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Olight has issued a recall of its M2R Pro and Warrior Mini flashlights due to a small chance they may be turned on inadvertently and overheat while stored in a holster or a consumer’s pocket, posing a burn hazard. Olight is voluntarily recalling these products in the United States. The effort is being done in concert with the Consumer Protection Safety Commission, which has more details on its website.

If you own one of these recalled flashlights, immediately stop using it and contact Olight at the recall link above for store credit, replacement flashlight or a full refund. Olight will cover all shipping costs. Owners who select store credit will receive credit equal to 110 percent of their original purchase price (including any applicable taxes) for use on Olight’s online store. Consumers will receive the credit via a code issued by the company.

You can also choose to receive a replacement flashlight from the firm. The model will be a Warrior Mini 2. If your purchased product has a price different from Warrior Mini 2, there will be an additional store credit issued that reflects the price difference. A full refund for the purchase price (including applicable taxes) is also available and will be issued through the owner’s original payment method.

For the convenience of the customer, Olight has drawn up the detailed Full Refund Rules. Refunds will be issued for the same amount already paid. Gifts or purchases made on Amazon/eBay/Walmart/other online stores qualify. Simply fill out the form and provide your order number or invoice and serial number as required.

Every Warrior Mini & M2R Pro is subjected to this recall. This recall does not affect any other Olight products. Owners with other questions can contact the company by email at [email protected]

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