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H&M Children’s Water Bottle Recalled due to Choking Danger


H&M Children’s Water Bottle Recalled due to Choking DangerClose to 3,000 water bottles produced and imported by H&M Hennes & Mauritz of New York, N.Y. and soled exclusively at H&M stores has been recalled by the company due to a serious danger to children.  The Defectively produced product in question in a 16 ounce pink or blue plastic bottle. Danger to Children: The bottle’s sprout is susceptible to breaking off from the top leading to a choking hazard as a child drink from the bottle. So far no injuries have been reported, however there was a report form England of the bottled spout breaking off into a child’s mount as was drinking from the recalled product. The bottles were sold exclusively in H&M stores and you can receive a full refund of the product by visiting any H&M store.  The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission advice to purchaser of the dangerous product are to, “immediately stop using the water bottle and return it to H&M for a full refund”.  For further information on the recalled product visit the Consumer Product Safety Commission page for the water bottle recall.

 

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