Smiggle recalls popular water bottles over choking hazard fears.

In a recall notice posted on the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission Website, the company says the Smiggle, Spritz Water Bottles in various colours have been recalled nationwide.

“If the drink bottle is full and dropped with force onto its spout, the plastic nozzle inside the spout may break on impact,” the notice reads.

What are the defects?

If the drink bottle is full and dropped with force onto its spout, the plastic nozzle inside the spout may break on impact.

What are the hazards?

There is a potential choking or ingestion hazard if the defect occurs.

What should consumers do?

Consumers should stop using the water bottle and return it to the place of purchase for a full refund.

Further information is available from Smiggle by calling 1800 612 236  (Mon-Fri 9am-5.30pm AEDT), emailing product@smiggle.com.au or visiting www.smiggle.com

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  • I’m glad they sent out a warning as soon as they learnt of this and are willing to give a full refund.


  • Happy that there’s such a quick and responsible response and turnaround. I really appreciate how social media can alert to product recalls in such a quick and timely way.


  • Bit of a concern, thanks for sharing.


  • Thanks for the safety warning on this Smiggle product.

    • Another recall that has been put out there which is good for the community.


  • That’s a pity, they look really beautiful.
    I think that many bottles will break when thrown down with force. Good on Smiggle for recalling them.


  • I thought all baby products would have to go through stringent safety testing before being released onto the market.


  • Yes, Smiggles products are expensive and are normally excellent quality.
    I think this may be a faulty batch. I’m wondering who the actual manufacturer is and if there is any other brands involved.


  • Smiggle products are very expensive, you would expect their products to be top quality!


  • What a shame, they look like really lovely drink bottles. Better to feed safe then sorry I suppose


  • Oh! Those look like very popular water bottles!


  • why are they released before safety tested??


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