ACCC have issued a recall for a popular teething range due to choking hazard.

The ACCC issued a recall for the popular teething products, Noc Noc — Organic Miniature Teething Rattle, Organic Teething Rattle, Organic Ring Stacker.

The recall includes –
The Miniature Organic Wooden Teething Rattle with Honeycomb beads on the end of dowel with 2 rings to create the rattle aspect of the toy.

Organic Wooden Rattle – Round wooden beads at the end of a piece of dowel with 2 wooden rings to create the rattle aspect of the toy.

Organic Ring Stacker – Made of 3 rings with round bead and honeycomb bead on organic cotton to hold rings together in the form of a rattle/stacker.


rattle 2

What are the defects?
The rattles and teethers are of shape and size smaller than permitted dimensions. The items do not comply with the mandatory safety standard for toys for children up to and including 36 months of age (Australian Standard AS/NZS ISO 8124.1:2003, as amended by the regulation).

What are the hazards?

Rattles and teethers that are of a shape and size that can enter a child’s throat may present a choking hazard.

What should consumers do?

Consumers should remove the rattles from children and return them by mail to Noc Noc, PO Box 487, Lennox Head NSW 2478 in order to receive a replacement product.

Supplier – Noc Noc
Traders who sold this product – Noc Noc
Where the product was sold – Nationally
Dates available for sale – 1 January 2016 – 3 August 2016

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  • Oh goodness….thank heavens for recalls like this


  • I’ll pass this on to my youngest child for her toddler.


  • I have never used these but a big thank you for the information.


  • Thanks for all the Recalls you post. They’re most helpful and would probably go missed or unnoticed otherwise. Whilst this is not relevant to me, I can certainly share with my friends who are new mums. A great community service.


  • I would never use wooden teethers – germs absorb into the wood!


  • this is crazy, how do they get on the market in the first place


  • I don’t understand how if products do not meet safety standards they are able to get through production and sold.


  • Glad these were recalled but I hope it wasn’t done after someone’s child choked. Why was this even let through


  • thank you MOM’s team for raising awareness on this.

    It makes us question though how these things were slipped through the system and available on the market.

    I hope that the recall isn’t as a result of an incident with these teethers!


  • Glad it’s recalled when it is so unsafe.


  • How did they even get on the market in the first place?


  • I am always horrified to read of product recalls, especially when it’s children’s things


  • I hope everyone who bought these will hear about the recall.


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