Cosori Air Fryer Recall: Over 2 Million Units Affected

Prominent air fryer brand Cosori, owned by Anaheim-based Atekcity Corporation, is recalling around 2 million units sold in the U.S., Canada, and Mexico due to fire and burn hazards. The Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) announced the recall Thursday, urging consumers to immediately stop using the products.[0]

The affected models are the 3.7-quart and 5.8-quart sizes sold in black, gray, white, blue or red colors.[1] The model number can be located on a label at the bottom of each unit or in the user manual that was provided with the fryer.[2] Air fryers had prices ranging from $70 to $130 and were available for purchase at retailers such as, Best Buy, Home Depot, and Target between June 2018 and December 2022.[3]

The firm has received 205 reports of the air fryers catching fire, burning, melting, overheating and smoking, including 10 reports of minor, superficial burn injuries and 23 reports of minor property damage.[4] The Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) reported that a faulty wire connection can lead to air fryers overheating, thus creating a burn and[5]

The federal agency reported that, in addition to the 2 million air fryers sold in the U.S., a further 250,000 recalled units were sold in Canada and around 21,000 were sold in Mexico.[6]

Customers should reach out to to receive a complimentary replacement air fryer or another item from their collection.[7] In order to complete registration, customers must submit their contact details and a photograph of the recalled unit with the cord severed.[8] A replacement can be obtained without needing a receipt.[9]

Cosori emphasized on their official recall website that all of their products have been carefully examined and continually checked for consumer safety, and are in line with the established industry standards.[10] We at COSORI are devoted to the wellbeing of those who utilize and cherish our products, and we apologize profusely for any difficulty caused.[10]

To find out more about this recall, please see the company's FAQ here.[11] Cosori can be reached at 888-216-5974 between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. Monday through Friday, you can contact Cosori Recall at their toll-free number, via email at, or online at either www.recall.cosori.


0. “Cosori air fryers recalled after reports of fires, burns” NBC News, 23 Feb. 2023,

1. “Cosori Air Fryers Recalled Over Fire and Burn Hazards” TODAY, 23 Feb. 2023,

2. “Did you buy this popular air fryer? It might catch fire, melt or smoke” OCRegister, 23 Feb. 2023,

3. “2 million air fryers recalled over fire and burn hazards” Yahoo News, 23 Feb. 2023,

4. “Air fryer recall: Cosori recalls 2 million air fryers over fire risk” The Cincinnati Enquirer, 24 Feb. 2023,

5. “Millions of Cosori air fryers recalled after fires reported” Denver 7 Colorado News, 23 Feb. 2023,

6. “Two million air fryers recalled due to fire and burn hazards” WTAJ –, 23 Feb. 2023,

7. “Cosori air fryers recalled over fire, burn hazards” FOX 13 Seattle, 23 Feb. 2023,

8. “2 million Cosori air fryers are recalled for catching fire, burning” Business Insider, 23 Feb. 2023,

9. “Two million air fryers recalled due to fire, burn risks” WMUR Manchester, 24 Feb. 2023,

10. “2 million air fryers recalled due to fire and burn hazards” KGO-TV, 24 Feb. 2023,

11. “Stop Using These Air Fryers Immediately, Product Safety Commission Warns” Yahoo! Voices, 23 Feb. 2023,

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