The London Bridge company is recalling its line of matching baby socks and wristbands which contain a small rattle sewn inside the wristband and toe of each sock. The product has been deemed a choking hazard.
About The Recall
Only one incident of a rattled portion detaching from the product was reported. No injuries or illnesses resulted from the use of this product.
The sets are sold in various colors and themes, including strawberry, ladybug, animal and sports themes. They are designed for ages 0-6 month age infants. The tags on the product has the London Bridge name and logo and reads ‘Baby Wrist Rattle and Rattle Sock Set 0-6 months’ on the front. The back of the tag includes fiber content and product care information, Batch #608315, date code: October 2018, and the Item # (LB5000, LB5001, LB5002, LB5003, LB5004, LB5005, LB5006 or LB5007).
Consumers should stop using the sock and rattle sets and remove them from children’s reach. The product can be returned for a full refund to the store where the items were purchased or contact London Bridge by phone at 800-653-5048, email at email@example.com or online at www.maisonchiconline.com.
London Bridge socks and wristband combos were sold at independent boutique stores nationwide from January 2019 through May 2019 for about $7.
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