IKEA Beds Recalled
I am a huge fan of IKEA, mostly because they sell inexpensive products and carry a wide variety of items that I can choose from. However, if there are any other IKEA lovers out there, you should probably be cautious of their KRITTER and SNIGLAR Junior Beds.
IKEA has issued a recall of KRITTER and SNIGLAR Junior Beds. The recall is of about 22,000 in U.S. and 18,000 in Canada. According to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, “the metal rod connecting the guard rail to the bed frame can break in use, posing a laceration hazard.”
IKEA Recall Product Information:
- Product Name: KRITTER and SNIGLAR Junior Beds
- Importer: IKEA North America Services LLC, of Conshohocken, Pa.
- Units: About 22,000 in U.S. and 18,000 in Canada
- Places Sold: Exclusively at IKEA stores nationwide and online.
- Dates Sold: From July 2005 through May 2013
- Price of Product: Between $60 and $90
Click to view pictures of the recalled IKEA Junior Beds.
Injuries and Incidents To Date:
- There have been no reported injuries to date
- There has been 1 report of the metal rod on the beds breaking in the U.S.
- There has been 1 report of the metal rod on the beds breaking in Canada
Free Repair Kit:
If you or a loved one has purchased the recalled IKEA KRITTER and SNIGLAR Junior Beds, you should immediately stop using the beds. Furthermore, you should contact IKEA to receive a free repair kit.
For information on the recall, consumers can contact IKEA toll-free at (888) 966-4532 or online at http://www.ikea.com/us/en/. Consumers may also contact the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) Hotline by calling (800) 638-2772.
What to Do if You or a Loved One Has Been Affected by a Recalled Product:
If you have become injured as a result of the recalled IKEA Junior Beds, you may be entitled to compensation. Here at LawInfo.com, we have experienced attorneys specializing in products liability cases. Most of the attorneys at LawInfo.com offer free initial consultations, so it would be advantageous to speak to an attorney to discuss your potential legal claims.
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