03 Oct 2022

WARNING: Irish retailer issues urgent recall of baby sleep bags over risk of suffocation

WARNING: Irish retailer issues urgent recall of baby sleep bags over risk of suffocation

The Competition and Consumer Protection Commission (CCPC) has issued a product recall alert for baby sleep bags due to a risk of suffocation.

Retailer TK Maxx is carrying out a voluntary recall of select baby sleep bags after a safety issue was identified, whereby the neck circumference is too large, and this could cause injury to a baby if they slip down into the sleep bag and the garment covers their face, presenting a risk of suffocation.

This product was sold through TK Maxx stores between August 2018 and December 2020 under the brand names “Sam & Jo, First Wish, Little Red Caboose, Willow Blossom, Aspen, Piper & Posie, Shabby Chic, Artisan, Dylan & Abby, Miss Mona Mouse, Harry & Me”.

The affected products are size 0-6 months, and the style numbers are:

CL00871        CL00873        CL00953        CL00986        CL01066

CL00819        CL00936        CL00954        CL00987        CL01096

CL00824        CL00943        CL00956        CL01003        CL01079

CL00904        CL00720        CL00955        CL01004        CL00983

CL00924        CL00756        CL00984        CL01073        CL00985

CL01005        CL00980        CL00861        CL00905        CL01099

CL01006        CL00981        CL00935        CL00909        CL00938

CL01007        CL00982        CL00937        CL00917        CL00880

                                    CL00921        CL00872

If you believe that you may have purchased an affected product, you should stop using the product immediately and keep it out of the reach of children.

Return the product to any TK Maxx Store in the Republic of Ireland for a full refund.

For further inquiries you can contact TK Maxx customer support on 01 2476126 or email

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