Target Circo Children’s Stool Recall Issued Due to Fall Hazard
Target stores nationwide are recalling roughly 69,000 children’s sitting stools after multiple reports were received of the stools breaking or collapsing, resulting in several reports of children suffering injury.
A Circo sitting stool recall was announced by the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) on October 29, after the manufacturer received at least seven reports of problems with the stools collapsing and breaking, including five cases where children received bruising, cuts, and bumps from the falls.
The recall includes Circo-brand Chloe & Conner Collection sitting stools measuring 11 inches tall by 11 inches wide by 11 inches deep. The recalled stools were sold in red with item number 249200218, white with item number 249200207, navy with item number 249200217, and pink with item number 249200208. Item numbers can be found on a sticker located under the stools.
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The stools were manufactured in China under L. Powell Acquisition Corporation, of Culver City, California and imported by Target Corporation of Minneapolis, Minnesota where they were sold exclusively at Target stores nationwide from April 2012 through June 2013 for about $15.
The CPSC recommends that customers stop using the recalled products immediately and return the stools to any Target store for a full refund. Customers may contact Target Guest Relations at (800) 440-0680 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org and by visiting them online at www.target.com and navigating to the “Product Recalls” link for additional information.
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