The home appliance market has undergone a renaissance in recent years, with many home appliances being recalled due to potential safety issues.
Some are being recalled for potentially causing asthma attacks, others for being potentially hazardous and dangerous.
The latest recalls are for a home appliance called the Exemplar, which was recalled for the possibility of causing severe asthma attacks and possible pneumonia, according to a news release from the US Consumer Product Safety Commission.
The device was originally manufactured in the 1970s and marketed by Exemplars.
It is manufactured by the Philips Group.
In addition to its inhalation safety, the Explanar comes with a built-in sensor that detects temperature, moisture levels and even heart rate and breathing.
According to the CPSC, the sensor can be set to warn a user if the temperature of the home rises above 140 degrees Celsius (212 degrees Fahrenheit).
In addition, the device can detect changes in humidity and even breathability.
The sensor also provides an information on when the device is in use, the time it is in the home and whether it has been left in a closed area.
It is not the first recall for Exemplaris product.
In 2013, the company was found to have caused two deaths in a single year, with one man in Australia dying from the inhalation of a product while the device was still in use.
A second man died from a severe allergic reaction after taking a product with the Exparental sensor that was recalled in 2014.
The Explanarist product has been recalled for inhalation and skin allergies in the United States.