Product Recall: Lilly & Lolly Bunk Bed

Lilly & Lolly Bunk Bed recall

Lilly & Lolly
Scoop Bunk Bed

A popular set of bunk beds that have been sold nationally for three years, are being recalled amid concerns they could become an entrapment hazard.

Product description: Lilly & Lolly Scoop Bunk Tasmanian Oak Bunk Bed

Defects: The bed does not comply with the mandatory standard ‘Trade Practices Act 1974. Consumer Protection Notice No. 1 of 2003. Consumer Product Safety Standard: Bunk Beds’. The middle opening in the top guard rail of the bunk bed is too small.

Hazard: Potential entrapment hazard.

Where was the product sold: Nationally in-store and online at Lilly & Lolly between9 May 2015 – 13 July 2018

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What should you do: There’s a choice of two options for remediation of the bunk bed:

1) Consumers can drop off and collect the affected piece to be rectified. The address for drop off will be supplied by Lilly & Lolly on request.

2) Consumers can request that a DIY Perspex kit be sent via mail. The kit includes a Perspex cover for the opening, a set of screws and instructions on how to install the Perspex cover. The Perspex cover will completely block the opening in the top guard rail.

Please note: if you choose to receive the DIY kit, you’ll have to email a photo of the remediated bunk bed to Lilly & Lolly. You can also phone 1300 852 985 to discuss your preferred option and have the bunk bed remediated.

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