Rogue Fitness MobilityWOD Door Anchors Recalled following User Injury

Rogue Fitness MobilityWOD Door Anchors Recalled following User Injury
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June 16, 2015

Coulter is recalling about 875 Rogue Fitness MobilityWOD Door Anchors for a safety defect that has resulted in at least one reported injury.

The nylon strap can pull out from the plastic anchor, causing the user to lose balance and fall, or cause the attached hardware to recoil and strike the user. Coulter has received three consumer complaints of the straps pulling from of the anchor. Of those, there was one reported injury.

The Rogue Fitness MobilityWOD Door Anchor is used to anchor elastic bands for use in stretching and mobility exercises. It has a red plastic tab anchor with 'Rogue' embossed on one side, which is attached to a black nylon strap with a metal ring and carabiner on the other end.

They were sold exclusively through Rogue Fitness websites from March 2015 through April 2015 for about $25.

Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled door anchor and contact Coulter to receive a full credit or full refund.

For more information about this recall, contact Coulter at (844) 216-3846.