Power Bank 321

Credit: Anker
  • Anker is recalling its 321 Power Bank.
  • It was found that there is a manufacturing defect in the product that poses a fire risk.
  • The company is offering a free Anker 533 Power Bank (PowerCore 30W, Black) as a replacement.

Anker, best known for its power banks and chargers, is recalling its 321 Power Bank. The company has announced that the product poses a fire risk due to a manufacturing defect.

According to Anker’s blog post, the firm has discovered that the lithium batteries used in the 321 Power Bank (PowerCore 5K, model number A1112) have a defect. That defect can cause the power bank to overheat, melt the plastic components, create smoke, and become a fire hazard.