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A popular baby basket stand has been recalled from furniture retailer Adairs over fears it may collapse while in use.

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission company said inconsistent manufacturing quality could cause some stands to collapse.

“The stand may collapse during use and possibly cause serious injury to the occupant.”

The affected Moses Baby Basket Stands – Amor Moses Baby Basket Stand – were sold at Adairs stores nationwide between 1 February 2016 – 16 February 2017.

Parents and carers have been urged to immediately stop using the stand and to return it to an Adairs store or contact Customer Service on 1300 783 005 for a full refund or store credit.

What are the defects?

Inconsistent manufacturing quality could cause some stands to collapse.

What are the hazards?

The stand may collapse during use and possibly cause injury to the occupant.

What should consumers do?

Consumers should immediately stop using the stand and return it to an Adairs store or contact Customer Service on 1300 783 005 for a full refund or store credit.

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  • that would have been so distressing to a parent if that product had failed!.

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  • This is very disconcerting. Glad it was recalled and hope no babies were hurt.

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  • Very concerning, thank you for sharing.

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  • I’ve not seen one of these items before but I’m happy to share in case any of my friends have one.

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  • Thanks for the safety recall warning – alarming that a product is recalled after passing tests? An interesting article would be to know the standards and testing for products – what are these standards?

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  • WHen I see and hear of re calls like this I must admit I wonder how they are ever allowed on the market to start with.
    Dangerous Toys at Christmas, dangerous baby items, really where are the standards.
    These are our children and the future and we need to keep them safe and from harms way.

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  • At least these haven’t been out in the shop for long so there may not be a lot in people’s homes. If Moses Baskets are what I think they are they should be banned too. Buy a proper bassinet that is strong.

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  • oh no not another one! will share now

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  • The good thing is that it is recalled!

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