Parents warned of baby cot recall

Parents are this morning being warned of a recall involving a cot sold at Baby Bunting stores around the country.

According to the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission, the Danish by Design Troll LUKAS cot has been recalled because it’s missing the required warning labels.

“Cots manufactured on 30 May 2017 do not comply with Consumer Protection Notice No. 6 of 2005 for labelling requirements. They do not have the appropriate warning labels affixed to the mattress base,” the recall notice reads.


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“Compliance stickers with mandatory consumer warnings were not placed on the top surface of the mattress base.”

The ACCC said there’s an injury risk to a child if an incorrectly sized mattress is used, or the base is not at the correct position.

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The recalled cot was sold by Baby Bunting between August 2017 – May 2018.

If you purchased a Troll Lukas cot after August 2017 from a Baby Bunting Store, check the top surface of your mattress base, and if the warning stickers are absent, contact Danish by Design Pty Ltd to receive a new sticker and instructions on fixing it to your cot base.

Contact: Danish by Design 03 9588 0999 or info@danishbydesign.com.au

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