Tommy Bahama Recalls Hula Girl Cocktail Shaker and Glass Sets Due to Laceration Hazard

Washington, DC–(ENEWSPF)–February 19, 2015. 

  • Tommy Bahama Hula Girl Shaker & Glass Set
    Tommy Bahama Hula Girl Shaker & Glass Set

Recall Summary

Name of product:  Hula Girl Cocktail Shaker and Glass Set

Hazard:  The glass shaker can break or shatter unexpectedly, posing a laceration hazard.

Consumer Contact:  Tommy Bahama toll-free at (866) 986-8282 between 6 a.m. and 6 p.m. PT Monday through Sunday or online at and click on the “RECALL” button at the bottom of the page for more information.

Recall Details

Units:  About 1,700

Description:  The recall includes the Tommy Bahama Hula Girl Shaker & Glass Sets sold with one glass 18-ounceshaker and two 8-ounce cocktail glasses. The glass shaker has a stainless steel top, a green palm tree decal and three decals of hula girls wearing red bikini top, green grass skirts and yellow and red leis around their neck. The two cocktail glasses have one dancing hula girl decal. The shaker sets were sold in a yellow and light brown box with a white label on the bottom of the package with the Tommy Bahama logo and product style code TH31993 printed above the UPC code.

Incidents/Injuries:  Tommy Bahama has received five reports of the glass shaker breaking or shattering, including one report of a laceration requiring stitches when the shaker broke during use.

Remedy:  Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled Hula Girl Shaker & Glass Set and contact Tommy Bahama for a full refund.

Sold exclusively at:  Tommy Bahama retail stores nationwide and online at from September 2014 through January 2015 for about $50.

Importer(s):  Willingham Designs, of Park City, Utah

Manufactured in:  China

Retailer:  Tommy Bahama Group Inc., of Seattle, Wash.

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