Sierra Trading Post has recalled about 1,230 Joss rock climbing cams because they can fall unexpectedly after being set and pose a fall hazard.

One fall incident has been reported in Europe, but no deaths or injuries have been reported in the United States.

Sierra Trading Post sold the Italian made cams nationwide from August 2003 through March 2006 for $3 to $32. The devices were manufactured by Cassin Sri of Italy.

The Joss Cam is a mechanical device placed in the crack of a rock to support a climber's weight. The Cam is operated by a trigger that retracts the aluminum lobes, allowing the device to be placed and secured in the crack of a rock. A cable is attached to the device with a heavy duty nylon sling attached to the end of the cable. Joss Cams come in eight sizes and each Cam is marked with the size (.5 to 4). The sling on the end features solid horizontal blocks of color (yellow, orange, purple, red, green and blue) indicating size. The “Cassin” logo is also printed on a tag attached to the sling. The Sierra Trading Post item numbers associated with this recall are #69277 and #69278. These numbers can be found on the original packaging label or order invoice.