Safety alert: Next recalls baby bedding rangeBows on Bunny Nursery bedding could be unsafe
13 August 2014
Next has recalled its Bunny Nursery range of baby bedding and soft furnishings due to a potential safety issue with the grey bows coming detached.
The recall affects the following products in the range:
875484 Bed in a Bag
686305 New Bed in a Bag
652982 Sleeping Bag
Any parents who own one of these items should stop using it and return it to the retailer.
Which? tests cot beds to find those that provide a safe and nurturing environment while your baby sleeps - find out which we recommend by reading our cot bed reviews. If you're not a member you can try Which? for £1 and get full access to all our reviews.
Do you own Next Bunny Nursery baby bedding items?
If you own one of the items listed above you can either return it to a Next store or call 0333 777 8000 to arrange a collection.
You will receive a full refund and do not need to show the receipt.
Find out how to make sure your baby is safe at night by reading our expert baby bedding and safe sleeping guides.
Safe cot beds
Making sure your baby is safe when they’re sleeping starts with choosing the right cot bed. Which? baby expert Lisa Galliers says: 'At Which?, we understand that child safety is paramount. That’s why we make sure all of the cot beds we review pass rigorous safety tests.
'We stick probes - equivalent to a child’s head, limbs and fingers - into all parts of the cot to check there’s no risk of them getting trapped.
'We also check the cot bed’s sturdiness by pounding it 1,000 times with a 10kg weight, to make sure the slats are strong. And to simulate the effects of an angry toddler rattling the cot bed, we shake the sides for a total of 5,000 shakes.'
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