The week's recalls...
Hazard: The warmers can overheat bottles and
the liquid inside, posing a burn hazard to adults and babies.
Incidents/Injuries:The firm has received 10
reports of the bottles overheating, including one adult who
suffered a mild finger burn.
Description: The recall affects about 11,000
Beaba Express Steam Bottle Warmers.
Where you bought it: William Sonoma stores,
website or catalog this June or July for about $65.
What to do: Call Williams-Sonoma at (877)
548-0850 for instructions on how to return the product for a
full refund and receive a $25 Williams-Sonoma gift card.
Incidents/Injuries: No injuries, but the
company has received three reports of the hammock becoming
unbalanced, including one report of a two-month old who rolled to
the side corner of the hammock and was found crying face down.
Description: This recall includes
MamaLittleHelper Hammocks with model numbers 1010, 1020 and BL222.
They have a steel frame and a fabric hammock with a mattress which
are connected by a large spring, safety rope and a metal hanger.
Model BL222 has a computerized rocker device. "MamaLittleHelper" is
printed on a label sewn onto the hammock models 1010 and 1020.
Model BL222 does not have a label.
Where you bought it: You probably didn't. Only
500 items were sold, and they were available exclusively online at
mamalittlehelper.com between May 2008 and June
What to do: If you own MamaLittleHelper to
receive a free repair kit for hammock models 1010 and 1020.
Consumers who own model BL222 should return the hammock to
MamaLittleHelper in exchange for a new hammock. There is no repair
available for model BL222. Repair kits can also be ordered online
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