In 1994, CPSC announced the repair-recall of imported metal bunk beds because of the risk of collapse during use. If consumers have a tubular metal bunk bed, they should:. American Woodcrafters Recalls Bunk Beds Due to Fall Hazard; Sold Exclusively at Havertys (Recall Alert). Death Prompts Big Lots Recall of Metal Futon Bunk Beds. This recall involves Cottage Retreat II bunk beds with a side ladder. The white finish beds were sold in twin over twin, and twin over full combinations. The metal rod connecting the guard rail to the bed frame can break.
Metal-framed bed sold exclusively by Big Lots has dangerous design flaws which pose strangulation risk. Two different brands of bunk beds are being recalled for risk of injury and entrapment, potentially causing death. Entrapment can occur when the metal futon is lowered from a seated to flat position, which is what happened to a 3 year old Iowa boy. This recall involves upper guardrails on twin-over-twin bunk beds and twin-over -double bed loft designs. Both metal and wooden bunk beds are being recalled.
Regularly checking the Parents.com Product Recall Finder can help keep your kids healthy and safe. Big Lots Metal Futon Bunk Beds, Big Lots, Kids Furniture, Jun 16, 2011. 5 bunk bed manufacturers are recalling approximately 3100 wooden and metal bunk beds. Child’s Entrapment Death Prompts Big Lots Recall of Metal Futon Bunk Beds See more about Futons, Futon Bunk Bed and Bunk Bed.
Bunk Bed Recall Prompted By Iowa Child’s Death
Over the years metal bunk beds have been the subject of several safety recalls due to problems such as collapse, entrapping children and alignment. Reports showed that due to alignment issues and design flaws, a child could get stuck between the rails of the bunk bed and get trapped or significantly injured. The recall involves metal futon bunk beds with model number BFB1008 located on a label on the upper bunk support rail. The recalled metal futon bunk beds were sold exclusively by Big Lots stores nationwide from January 2009 through April 2010 for about 200. Here are a few more notable items from the past week’s recalls. IKEA announced Thursday it is recalling KRITTER and SNIGLAR junior beds because a metal rod may detach, causing partial detachment of the guard rail and exposed sharp metal edges that present a laceration hazard. Playing on any bed can be risky, but bunk beds are especially dangerous. This is not the first major bunk bed recall: Twice in early 1994, metal bunk beds were recalled because their joints and mattress supports were inadequate and could collapse during use. WASHINGTON – Nearly 70,000 metal bunk beds are being recalled because they might fall down. High-gloss tubular frame beds sold from 1988 to 1993, twin and full size, with protruding metal mattress-support tongues at the corner posts.
Kids Furniture Recalls
The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), in conjunction with BigLots of Columbus, Ohio, has announced the recall of approximately 30,000 metal futon bunk beds sold by BigLots due to a ch. Discount retailer Big Lots recalled 30,000 metal futon bunk beds after a child suffocated and died after getting trapped in the frame, Patti Davis, a spoke. WASHINGTON – The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission and Columbus, Ohiobased Big Lots have announced a recall of 30000 metal futon bunk beds. WASHINGTON (CNN) — About 16,500 wooden and metal bunk beds are being recalled by their manufacturers because openings on the top bunk can trap a child’s head.
Children behind the futon or in the ladder area of the bunk bed can get entrapped when the futon and its metal frame are lowered from the seated. The recall involves metal futon bunk beds with model number BFB1008 located on a label on the upper bunk support rail.