Is Your Air Fryer Safe? Cosori Recalls 2 Million Units After Reports of Fire

Cosori, a well-known manufacturer of kitchen appliances, is recalling two million air fryers after receiving 205 reports of fires, burns, melted plastic, overheating, and smoke coming from the devices. Surface-level burns and property destruction were the results.

The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission announced the recall on Thursday, which urged users to cease using the goods out of fear of catching fire, burning, or hurting someone.

Cosori stated on its website: “After a comprehensive examination, we concluded that under scarce situations, the closed-end crimp connectors within the recalled air fryers… might overheat, posing fire and burn concerns.”

Cosori marketed almost 2 million air-fryers in the United States, in various sizes and styles, and another 270,000 of these highly hazardous goods in Canada and Mexico.

From June 2018 to December 2022, the air fryers were offered for $70 to $130 at retailers, including, Best Buy, Home Depot, and Target.

This recall covers includes following models od Cosori air fryers –


If you own one of the affected products, use the recall program by registering at

Doing so will allow you to receive a replacement air fryer or Cosori product.

Don’t hesitate to take action to ensure the safety of your home and loved ones.


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