US: Columbia Sportswear recalls more battery packs
By Katie Smith | 10 January 2013
Outdoor apparel and footwear firm Columbia Sportswear has recalled more of the battery packs sold with some of its electrically heated jackets, over fears they could overheat and pose a fire hazard.
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