Parents have been warned of a major recall on a baby bouncer set following what a popular baby brand said was a “safety issue”.
Stokke AS has issued a notice for its ‘Tripp Trapp Newborn Set’ over fears the harness could become insecure after washing.
The Competition and Consumer Protection Commission said on their website: “Stokke AS is carrying out a voluntary recall of its ‘Tripp Trapp Newborn Set’ (inclined reclined seat) product.
“A safety issue has been identified whereby it is possible when re-assembling the Newborn Set after washing, that the harness could be re-assembled incorrectly.
“This recall affects 220 units in the Irish market.
“If you believe that you may have this product then you should stop using it immediately and contact the retailer you purchased it from.”
The harness with be fixed free of charge if there is an issue with it.
Stokke AS can be contacted at on their website.
Earlier this month, the company issued a major recall on a baby bouncer set.
Stokke AS is carrying out a voluntary recall of the Steps Bouncer and the Steps Newborn Set.