2,900 Kids’ Water Bottles Recalled by H & M Over Choking Risk

Posted on May 29, 2013

The New York City-based H & M is issuing anew a recall of children’s water bottles because of a potential choking threat posed.  The spouts on these items can potentially break off while in use, and because the spouts are small enough to be swallowed, the danger thus makes itself known.  One instance of the defect taking place in England has been reported. The bottles were available between last July and this past March at H & M children’s departments across the country.  Owners of the 2,900 estimated bottles are being asked to get in touch with H & M to obtain a prepaid mailer for the item.  Once shipped back, H & M will send customers a refund and a gift card.

For more about the recall, follow this link.

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