A Beaba Babycook Neo Recall has been issued on a few models amid fears the fragile glass could pose an injury risk to users.
Designed to steam cook, blend, defrost and re-heat babies food, the concerns centre on a defect that could potentially result in the glass breaking.
The Beaba Babycook Neo recall has been sold in-store and online through various retailers across Australia including:
- Baby Village Pty Ltd
- Cosimer Pty Ltd
- Darling Baby
- David Jones
- Kiddie Country
- KJ Essentials
- LPX Trading Pty Ltd formerly Chalet Regents Park
- My Honey Baby, Panda Kids Pty Ltd
- Rofis Baby Online Store
- Signum Global Pty Ltd ATF JATC Family Trust
- Swaddle Shop
- The Baby Gallery
- Tiny Tots Baby Store Pty Ltd, and
- TT Grace Pty Ltd.
What’s the problem?
A defect has been identified that could cause the fragile glass bowl to shatter or break. This has the potential to cause laceration injuries to users and/or anyone close by.
Available for purchase between 1st November 2018 to 7th June 2019, not all Beaba Babycook Neos are being recalled, only those that fit the following batch numbers that had the fragile bowls.
- 912669 – BABYCOOK NEO NIGHT BLUE AUSTRALIA From 0BB00AAAA66575 To 0BB00AAAA66677
- 912670 – BABYCOOK NEO GREY/WHITE AUSTRALIA From 0BB00AAAA66678 To 0BB00AAAA66881
What should consumers do?
Consumers should cease using the product and contact Bloom and Grow Australia to arrange for a replacement of the glass bowl or a full refund.
You can contact Bloom & Grow Australia, the exclusive distributor for Beaba, by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more detail, please see the official recall here.
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