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Thursday, August 15, 2013

IKEA issues recall for Kritter and Sniglar beds over design fault

IKEA, the Swedish furniture chain, is recalling two models of children’s beds because of a design fault. The recall follows complaints that a metal rod of the bed breaks, exposing sharp edges. Children Beds While there have been no reported cases of injuries, the company wants to play safe, hence the decision of the recall has been taken. The product in question is the children’s bed. Some batches of two variants of beds called Kritter and Sniglar, are reportedly affected by the problem. The company has warned that these beds would have been sold in 17 countries. The affected countries include UK, Belgium, Britain, China, Czech Republic, Ireland, Israel, Luxembourg, Malaysia, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Sweden, Switzerland, Thailand and Turkey. The customers have been urged to check the date stamp on these beds. The faulty Kritter junior beds are numbered from 1114 to 1322 while the defective Sniglar junior beds bear the numbers 1114 to 1318. IKEA’s Indi

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