The Little Green Sheep has recalled baby gym charms sold at John Lewis, Amazon, and other UK retailers due to choking hazards from wooden rings.
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Three unreliable and inaccurate infrared thermometers bought from online marketplaces Amazon and eBay have failed our temperature tests and one we believe to be counterfeit. Find out just how bad they were at measuring temperatures.
The smoke alarm, heat alarm and carbon monoxide (CO) alarm regulations are changing in Scotland from February 2022. Smoke and heat alarms will need to be interlinked and all homes with a fuel burning appliance will need a CO alarm. Read on for everything you need to know about the Scottish alarm law changes.
Smyths Toys has issued a recall of the Baby Clementoni Blooming Flower Senses Rattle because of a potential choking hazard.
The Digoo DG-SA01 smoke alarm won't protect you or your family in the event of a fire. Don't buy it. Find out more about smoke alarms, including which alarms will be suitable for Scottish homes when the law changes.
The Association of Optometrists has warned that cosmetic contact lenses bought online could cause serious eye problems.
The majority of parents from a 2021 Which? survey said they had issues with their cot mattress, some of which could be a serious safety risk. Which? testing sorts which cot mattresses are firm and safe, and those that are unsafe to use.
Following a recall of Boppy Lounger Pillows in the US and Canada, we explain why these products should be avoided
Recent Which? testing has uncovered a potential safety issue with the Furo X folding electric bike from FuroSystems, leading to the bike becoming unstable while riding. During testing, the bike...