RECALL issued for CS Global Pty Ltd — Flashing Duck with LED Light sold at Priceline stores.
The ACCC have issued a recall for the Flashing duck range sold at Priceline stores nationally.
Priceline takes product safety seriously and wishes to advise their customers of a voluntary product recall of the following products:
Flashing Duck with LED light, blue and coral colours
Product Identification: The product can be identified by the following Item Code and Bar Code found on label of the duck/s:
Blue Duck Item Code – 16605
Blue Duck Barcode – 4713037120349
Coral Duck Item Code – 16606
Coral Duck Barcode – 4713037120356
Defect: The device underneath the duck/s containing alkaline button batteries and LED light may become dislodged.
Hazard: Should the defect occur and if the device and/or batteries/light are ingested, serious injuries can occur.
Product Availability: This product was sold nationally in selected Priceline and Priceline Pharmacy stores from 6 October 2016 until 31 October 2016.
What Should Consumers Do: Cease use immediately and return to your closest Priceline or Priceline Pharmacy store for a full refund.
Contact Details: For further information and inquires, consumers may contact Priceline Customer service on 1300 88 44 11 or visit www.priceline.com.au
If you suspect a child has swallowed a button battery, immediately call the Poisons Information Centre on 13 11 26 or go to a hospital emergency room. Do not let the child eat or drink, and do not induce vomiting.
In the video below, CHOICE conducted a test to simulate the devastating consequences of a child accidentally ingesting a button battery.
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