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This children’s toy is recalled throughout Europe due to risk of suffocation

This children's toy is recalled throughout France due to risk of suffocation

You may have purchased a rocking swan for your child. If this product comes from a Maisons du monde store, be very careful because it is currently recalled throughout Europe. The cause is a resistance defect which could cause a risk of suffocation.

The alert was launched by the Rappel Conso website on Monday January 29. The Lily rocking swan distributed by Maisons du monde presents a risk of suffocation. The toy is therefore currently recalled throughout Europe.

What is the product concerned?

The toy affected by the recall has the following information on the label:

  • Babies-Children (excluding food) / LILY ROCKING SWAN Toys
  • Model or reference: 181908
    • • Order Lot 434120
  • Marketing date: 07/25/2022
  • End of marketing date: 04/01/2024
  • Geographical sales area: entire Europe
  • Distributors: Maisons Du Monde store network and on the website in the following countries: Europe, Central Europe, Austria, Switzerland, Belgium, Luxembourg, Italy, Spain, Portugal, Netherlands, UK

Rocking Swan Reminder

Stop using this product and return it to the store for a refund

The product has holes providing access to the padding which may create a risk of suffocation. If the airways are completely blocked, there is a risk of respiratory arrest, which can cause severe brain damage.

Therefore, it is recommended not to use the product and to return it to the point of sale. In order to compensate for this error, the brand also certifies that a refund is planned, until Sunday July 24, 2024.

For any further information, a contact number has been set up: 09 70 01 89 89

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