Baby nest urgently recalled due to suffocation risk
Parents should stop using the product immediately.
A baby nest has been urgently recalled due to suffocation risk.
The Tineo Reducteur de lit evolutif baby nest by Babycare International Limited is being recalled.
According to the CCPC, safety issues have been identified and parents are being warned to stop using it immediately.
They are worried an infant's mouth or nose may become covered if they're placed in the wrong direction.
CCPCIreland: ⚠️Product Recall⚠️ Babycare International is recalling the Tineo Reducteur de lit evolutif baby nest, due to safety issues & a risk of suffocation. Click 👉 https://t.co/Pzm0XsGZJC for more info & details of what to do next.#productsafety … pic.twitter.com/3YO8ud0oIi
— Consumer Protection Ire (@ire_sky) September 14, 2021
The CCPC stated: "Safety issues have been identified, where there is a risk of suffocation when the head of a baby placed in the wrong direction may get trapped in the gap with the bumper part covering his/her mouth and nose, or where the baby making sleep movements towards the side of the nest and his/her nose and mouth are completely covered by the material, or strangulation due to the presence of long cords not bar tacked."
It is believed there are approximately 14 affected units in the Republic of Ireland.
If you own one of the affected products then you're being advised to stop using it instantly.
You can return the product to Babycare International for a full refund.
If you need further assistance you can contact their support team at firstname.lastname@example.org or call them on 0404-67913.