Recall: Oribel Cocoon High Chair sold nationwide

Oribel Cocoon High Chair recall

Oribel Cocoon High Chair – Lupipop Kids

Sold by Lupipop Kids Pty Ltd and Catch.com.au
between 1 July 2017 and 1 June 2019

Parents are being urged to stop using a convertible high chair sold nationwide amid concerns the chair legs could break, posing a serious injury risk to babies and toddlers.

Product description: Convertible high chair with infant recliner, chair and table functionalities.

Defects: Excessive rocking of the high chair may lead to cracks in the chair legs, which may break. If the chair legs break, the chair may fall and pose a risk of serious injury to the child.

What should you do? Consumers should cease using the product and check if their product is affected by checking the manufacturing date and presence of an ‘R’ mark on the hinge hubs of the legs. If the Cocoon was manufactured in July 2018 or before and does not have an ‘R’ mark, then it is affected.

The manufacturing date can be found by checking the warning sticker on the back of the high chair or by checking the Compliance Sticker under the tray. This will be in the format – (MF) MM/YYYY

Contact: Consumers with affected products should contact Lupipop Kids Pty Ltd to arrange a replacement product via email.


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