A new lawsuit claims that Fitbit's other products may also use defective batteries that cause overheating and burn injuries. The lawsuit also states that Fitbit and Google haven't done well in refunding affected Fitbit Ionic customers.
Fitbit today announced a recall for its Ionic smartwatches, which were introduced in 2017, and discontinued in 2020. The Ionic's battery can overheat, posing a burn hazard. Here's how to return and refund it.
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