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Hammocks Sold by LivingXL Recalled Due to Fall Hazard

Recall Date : 4/29/2008

Manufacturer : LIVINGXL

Product : HAMMOCKS

Hazard : Fall

Manufactured In : India

 

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Product: Multi Texteline Hammocks and Striped Quilted Hammocks

ManufacturedIn: India

Hazard: The metal frame for the hammocks can crack and break, causing a consumer to fall to the ground.

Importer: CMRG Apparel, LLC, of Canton, Mass.

Product Details: In cooperation with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), Think Big Products LLC, dba LivingXL, of Canton, Mass., is voluntarily recalling about 400 Multi Texteline Hammocks and Striped Quilted Hammocks. The metal frame for the hammocks can crack and break, causing a consumer to fall to the ground.

Units: About 400

Description: The recalled hammocks are Model X1010 multi texteline hammock and Model X1011 striped quilted hammock. They consist of a metal frame and cloth hammock. The metal frame is made of steel, is beige in color, and has five pieces, including two foot brackets. The model number is located on the hammock?s packaging and/or instruction sheet.

Remedy: Consumers should immediately stop using the hammocks and contact LivingXL for instructions on returning the hammock to receive a full refund. LivingXL is directly notifying consumers who purchased the hammock about the recall.

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