(NBC) - About a million of the Fitbit force activity-tracking wristbands are being recalled because users are reporting allergic reactions.
They are having problems with the stainless steel casing, materials in the strap, or adhesives used to assemble the wristbands. Reports include redness, rashes, and blisters.
They were sold nationwide between October and February. The company is offering a refund.
Log on to fibit.com and click on "Recall Safety Info" at the bottom-right side of the page.
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