Mothercare Recalls ‘Loved So Much’ Bouncer due to safety concerns

Mothercare Recalls ‘Loved So Much’ Bouncer due to safety concerns

 

Mothercare is undertaking a voluntary recall of the Mothercare loved so much bouncer due to a risk of injury when using a bouncer that has been assembled incorrectly. In the event of incorrect assembly, there is a risk that the fabric seat unit could become detached from the frame, which could result in a child falling through.

This bouncer was sold in Mothercare stores and on the Mothercare website.

How do I know if mine is one of them?

Only bouncers with a batch date of 12/2015 onwards and with a barcode ending in 843611-3 are affected by this recall. The picture above indicates where this information can be found. All earlier versions are unaffected.

What do I do if mine is one of them?

If you own one of these bouncers please stop using it immediately and return your product to a Mothercare store where a full refund will be given.

If you have any queries please contact Mothercare via email on [email protected]

All queries will be answered within 24 hours on receipt of the email.

This action has been taken to ensure the safety and well-being of our customers and we apologise for any inconvenience this may cause.

Mothercare UK Ltd, Cherry Tree Road, Watford, Hertfordshire WD24 6SH

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