When you are working in the field of CE marking / CE certification, like I do, you notice the mark on all kinds of products. I can’t help it. It just see it everywhere.
And of course, sometimes you are surprised to find the CE mark affixed to products that do not require it at all. Like last week, when I was shopping for gadgets. (Yeah, I am hopeless…) I found another good example of a false CE marking. So I bought it and went for a coffee and made this little video below to show to you.
I apologize for the quality. I shot it all by myself and obviously I did not had the product in focus. I hope you like the video anyway.
What do you think? Did the manufacturer get it completely wrong? Do you have other examples of false CE markings? Let me know in the comments below.
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