Argos urgently recall Cuggl high chair after terrifying safety fears – babies could fall

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There is an issue with the backrest of the Argos Cuggl Little Sheep Deluxe, Plum Deluxe or Pumpkin Deluxe high chairs. The problem could cause babies to fall out of the highchair.

Which? reported the problem, and branded the product a “Don’t Buy”.

Both products from the store and any secondhand versions pose a risk to children.

Which high chairs are affected by the recall?

Avoid any of the models listed below:

Cuggl Little Sheep Deluxe Highchair

Catalogue number 819/5584

Cuggl Plum Deluxe Highchair

Catalogue number 759/3187

Cuggl Pumpkin Deluxe Highchair

Catalogue number 707/8956

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Those who have bought the product online should have already had an email letting the know to return the item.

If you own any of the products above you should stop using it and return it to Argos.

The store will issue you with a refund of £39.99, even without a receipt.

Argos said: “The safety of our customers is our highest priority, please be assured that no other highchair is affected by this issue.

“We apologise for any inconvenience caused by this issue.

“If you have any questions or concerns, please contact us on our helpline.”

Those with questions can call the Argos helpline on 08000 113462 in the UK and 1800 946 744 in Ireland.

In other recall news Tesco, Asda, Sainsbury’s, Waitrose, Morrisons and Iceland are making various recalls. 

Sainsbury’s is recalling Sainsbury’s semi-skimmed less than two percent fat one litre UHT milk.

The product could be unsafe to consume after a microbiological contamination.

Which products are being recalled?

One litre pack size with before before dates 28 December 2020 and 29 December 2020.

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