Recall: Brio Soft Hammer Rattle Baby Toy

27 July 2017
Recall: Brio Soft Hammer Rattle Baby Toy

Brio have issued a recall on their Soft Hammer Rattle Baby Toy due to safety issues. The manufacturers have said that "the wooden rings on the hammer can crack and thus possibly result in small parts that could be hazardous to small children" and so they are recalling the toy as a precautionary measure.

Customers who have this toy are being advised to return it to the retailer they purchased it from to receive a refund or exchange. It was sold by Amazon, Hamleys and other toy retailers.

You can read the recall notice in full below, or on the Trading Standards website here or on the Brio website here.



BRIO - Soft Hammer Rattle - recall

The following notice has been issued by the manufacturer:

BRIO recalls Soft Hammer Rattle (article number 30423)

BRIO recalls its Soft Hammer Rattle toy. The wooden rings on the hammer can crack and thus possibly result in small parts that could be hazardous to small children. There are no reports of anyone being harmed by the product. However, for precautionary purposes, we recall this product.

The most important thing for BRIO is, and always has been, safety. This is why we have decided to recall the Soft Hammer Rattle, and we request everyone in possession of the product to return it to their local retailer. All consumers will be compensated.

We regret that our consumers have received products that have not held up to the high-quality standard that they should expect from us.

Consumers who have purchased the Soft Hammer Rattle are requested to return it to their local retailer. Consumers with a receipt will receive a refund; consumers who do not have a receipt will be compensated with another BRIO product.

TOPICS:   News and Recalls

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