Product recalls are important to not only pay attention to, but to heed. Manufacturers do not recall products lightly as it can shine a negative light on both their company and the other products they produce. With that said, here is a listing of the latest product recalls as listed by the Consumer Product Safety Commission.
Wildhorn Outfitters Outpost camping hammocks are being recalled by the company due to cinch buckles failing. The suspension kit may fail, cause straps to detach and have the hammock fall to the ground. The company is offering a replacement. Call 884-202-1612 during normal business hours for more information.
Summer Infant is recalling Lil’ Luxuries bath tubs that contain fabric slings. The slings on the recalled tubs may detach from the sides of the tub. Should the sling detach, the infant could fall in the water. This poses a risk of injury and drowning. Consumers should call 844-612-4254 during normal business hours for replacement information.
Sargent Art Arts and Crafts Paints are being recalled as are finger paints. The paints may cause harmful bacteria that may pose serious health risks that include bacterial infection. Any consumer with a compromised immune system is urged to cease use of these paints. Consumers are being offered a refund and can call 800-827-8081 during business hours for information on how to secure that refund.
Office Depot is recalling the Winsley Mid-Back chair. When leaning back in the chair, users may tip over and fall out. This poses a risk of injury. Office Depot can be contacted from 8 am to 8 pm ET Monday through Friday. The company will provide repair information to any consumer who calls.
FULLBEAUTY is recalling daughter Henley children’s nightgowns because they fail to meet federal flammability standards that have been set forth for children’s sleepwear. This poses the risk of burn injuries or worse. Any consumer who has purchased one of these nightgowns should call 800-313-8803 during business hours for information on how to obtain a refund.
Hallee is recalling the Starlit Nights Mosquito Net Bed Canopy that is sold exclusively through Amazon. The product poses an entanglement and strangulation hazard to children. The company is offering a refund or replacement. Consumers should call 800-265-5694 during normal business hours for more information about the recall.
SmartPool is recalling the PE12 PoolEye pool alarm. The company discovered that the ON/OFF switch is reversed. This can cause the alarm to fail if a child falls into a pool. The company is offering to replace any defective alarm with one that works properly. Call 888-560-7665 during normal business hours to find out how to get a replacement.
Lenny Lamb is recalling the Buckle Onbu infant carrier. The infant carrier has internal stitching that is missing. This is posing a fall hazard to children who can then be injured. The company is offering to issue a refund or to replace the carrier with one that is made properly. Consumers should call 877-487-1416 for more information on obtaining a refund or replacement.
Denon is recalled its HEOS 1 Go Pack lithium-ion rechargeable battery pack. The pack can overheat and catch on fire. This obviously causes a burn hazard to the consumer. Anyone who has purchased this battery pack should call 844-759-1987 from 10 am to 10 pm ET for information on how to obtain a replacement battery pack.
Samsung has recalled its wildly popular Galaxy Note7. Specifically, the company is recalling any units that were sold prior to September 15, 2016. The lithium-ion batteries inside of the phones have been overheating and causing fires. This is posing a serious risk to consumers. The company is offering to refund or replace the phones. Consumers should call 844-365-6197 any time of the day or night to learn more about their options.
GE Profile is recalling its top-loading clothes washers. There is an electrical component in the washers that can overheat. Once overheated, the component can cause the machine to catch on fire, posing risk of property damage and personal injury. The company is offering to have any machines sold repaired. Consumers should call 877-830-9732 during normal business hours to find out more about their repair options.
Consumers should be able to purchase products without worry of property damage or personal injury. If you or a loved one has been injured by a defective product in Fort Lauderdale or the surrounding area, please reach out to our team and schedule an appointment for a free case evaluation. We will review the details of your injury and advise you of the options you have under current state law. Call today or browse our website for more information about our firm and how we can assist you.