RECALL: Wooden Baby Cot pulled from sale over serious safety fears

Parents are being warned of a nationwide recall involving baby cots.

A recall notice posted on the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission Wesbite says the Emall Wooden Baby Cot Crib Toddler Bed & Wooden Baby Cot Crib Toddler Cradle Bed have been pulled from sale because they “do not comply with the Australian mandatory safety standard.”

“The cots fail various design, construction, performance and labelling requirements,” the notice reads.


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“They pose numerous potential risks to infants and children including entrapment, choking and fall hazards”.

PHOTO: www.productsafety.gov.au

PHOTO: www.productsafety.gov.au

PHOTO: www.productsafety.gov.au

The recalled cots were sold nationwide between 31 March 201610 April 2017.

People have been told to stop using the cots and contact Emall Pty Ltd by calling 0411 383 997 or by emailing 920514194@qq.com to arrange for a refund and for the faulty cot to be collected.

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