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Cygnett phone charger sold at JB Hi-Fi and Officeworks is urgently recalled over fire fears

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A popular phone charger sold at major retailers across Australia has been recalled over fears the product could catch fire if it overheats. 

The Cygnett MagMove 5K dual magnet power bank has been urgently pulled from shelves after a recall notice was issued by Product Safety Australia. 

The notice said there is a major risk to consumers who could suffer burns if the battery in the wireless device overheats and catches fire. 

The Cygnett MagMove 5K dual magnet power bank (pictured) is being urgently recalled over fears the wireless device could catch fire if it overheats

The Cygnett MagMove 5K dual magnet power bank (pictured) is being urgently recalled over fears the wireless device could catch fire if it overheats

Consumers who bought the device have been urged to stop using the power bank immediately and return it to the place of purchase. 

Five models of the power bank have been affected by the issue. 

The affected models are CY456PBCHE, CY4631PBCHE, CY4615PBCHE, CY4620PBCHE, and CY4626PBCHE.

Five models of the device (pictured). Consumers who bought the device have been urged to stop using the power bank and return it to the place of purchase

Five models of the device (pictured). Consumers who bought the device have been urged to stop using the power bank and return it to the place of purchase

The product was sold across Australia between September 2023 and March 2024 at several major retailers including JB Hi-Fi, Telstra, Optus, and Harvey Norman. 

Cygnett, a company located in Melbourne produces a range of tech goods, including phone chargers, charging cables, and mobile phone holders. 

Daily Mail Australia contacted Cygnett for comment.  



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