Class Eligibility

You are a member of the class if you purchased certain Black & Decker small appliances during between February 5th 2014 and October 19 2018. The following small appliances are included: Black & Decker brand air fryers, blenders, can openers, coffee grinders, coffee makers, electric knives, food processors, grills, irons, juicers, kettles, mixers, quesadilla makers, rice cookers, skillets and other surface cookers, slow cookers, steamers and other container cookers, toasters, toaster ovens, and waffle makers; and o Farberware brand coffee urns and percolators, food processors, and toaster ovens.

Estimated Amount

$4

Proof of Purchase

No

Case Name

Liptai v. Spectrum Brands Holdings Inc., et al.,
Case No. 2018CV000321
Dane County Circuit Court, State of Wisconsin

Case Summary

This lawsuit is about the branding, identification of the manufacturer, identification of the warrantor, and the “cup” capacity of the covered products. Specifically, the Class Represenstatative alleges that defendants misrepresented that the covered products are manufactured and warranted by Black & Decker and Farberware, when in fact they are not. The Class Representative also alleges that defendants represented that the coffee makers produce a certain number of “cups” but that they did not produce 8- fluid ounces per “cup.”

Defendants deny these allegations and the Court has not ruled who is correct. The parties reached an agreement to avoid the time and expense associated with further litigation.

Settlement Pool

N/A

Deadline

02/28/2019

Contact


Liptai Settlement Claims Administrator
Digital Settlement Group LLC
8001 Broadway, Suite 200
Merrillville, IN 46410
info@LiptaiClassSettlement.com
1-877-342-0827

11 responses to “Black & Decker Small Appliance False Advertising Settlement”

  1. GINGER OLLISON says:

    I HAVE THE FOLLOWING RICE COOKER, TOASTER, BLENDER, JUICER, COFFEE MAKER AND CAN OPENER

    ADMIN – Hi Ginger,

    If you are a member of the class consider filing a claim using the link we provided.

    • Garry Vall says:

      I had purchased a BD can opener in the spring of 2016. An “on sale” item that I thought was a good deal. The can open broke 30 days later.

  2. Melody Deluna says:

    Coffee maker and can opener

  3. Lexis Smith says:

    I have the Black and Decker Coffee Maker.

  4. Rebecca Empson says:

    Please send claim form. I have a toaster oven and the air fryer. Thank you.

    ADMIN – Hi Rebecca,

    Please use the link provided.

  5. Garry Vall says:

    I had purchased a BD can open in 2016. A sale item that, I thought, was a good deal. The can open broke within 30 days.

    ADMIN – Hi Garry,

    This settlement is not about quality

  6. P says:

    I have some of these items, but I’m curious: how does the cup measurement issue affect items such as can openers and electric knives?

    ADMIN – Hi P,

    It relates to the point of manufacture of all appliances.

  7. David King says:

    I have a BD coffee maker, can opener for my wife, toaster, and few other things. Few I threw away because they no longer worked.

    ADMIN – Hi David,

    I don’t think this settlement has to do with appliances that break.

  8. david bigard says:

    add me— I have lots of black and decker items

    ADMIN – Hi David,

    You can use the link provided to file your claim.

  9. RG says:

    Had a BD coffee maker and toaster oven; all have been replaced?

    ADMIN – Hi RG,

    If you are a member of the class consider filing a claim.

  10. BT says:

    I have a toaster, coffee maker, and a electric knife.

    ADMIN – Hi BT,

    So do I. Did you file your claim?

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