Safety Recalls

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Poundland - Halloween Wigs - recall

Poundland is recalling the above Halloween Wigs which have been found to fall below our standards. The wigs affected have been on sale at Poundland stores, Poundland Online and Dealz stores since August 2016.

If you have purchased one of these products (listed above) or have any concerns regarding any other Poundland wig you have purchased previously to August 2016, please return it to your nearest store for a full refund. 

Checking Your Electrical Products

View product checker for the details of electrical products that have been recalled since 2007. However, if the item you have a concern about is not listed please contact the retailer or manufacturer to alert them to any potential problem.

Hotpoint, Indesit, Creda, Swan, Proline Tumble Dryer - safety notice

This is an important safety announcement for all consumers who have purchased a Hotpoint, Indesit, Creda, Swan or Proline branded tumble dryer after April 2004.

Alba Tablets sold at Argos - safety notice

A safety issue has been identified with three Alba branded tablets. There is a possibility that the 3 pin mains adapter could detach when plugged into the mains and pose a risk of electrical shock. 

Amazon Recall plug adaptor

Plug adaptor sold with certain Fire Tablets in the UK recalled over electric shock risk.

Bebehut Car Seat  

Bebehut car seat sold on Amazon and Ebay recalled by Veelar Ltd.

Argos

STOP using IMMEDIATELY Bamboo roll up Blind - risk of strangulation young children.

Macro

Marko 12 Steps Telescopic Ladder Recalled as it can break during use causing serious injuries

Debenhams Sleeping Beauty Electric Blanket Recall

Please be advised that we are aware of another electric blanket recall announced by Debenhams.
Product concerned being Sleeping Beauty single and double tie-on underblankets, models SB1001 and SB1002 respectively.

The following Electrical Safety First link gives full details.

Ikea warns of 'laceration hazard' on children's beds

The furniture chain Ikea is recalling thousands of children's beds, because of a design fault.