Safety 1st Recalls Over 900,000 Defective Child Safety Locks
After receiving over 200 reports that their child safety locks failed - miserably - in fulfilling their essential purpose (one important way that you can prove a defective products lawsuit under New York law) - to keep small children from getting into cabinets with hazardous household products, such as oven cleaner, dishwasher detergent and other household cleaning products (including some children who swallowed these products), Dorel Juvenile Group has voluntarily recalled roughly 900,000 of its Safety 1st Push ‘N Snap cabinet locks.
Here's an interesting question: Why did it take over 200 complaints before these products were recalled?
Given the cost of this item - which ranges from $2 to $4, it should come as no surprise where this item was manufactured: That's right - overseas in China.
In any event, here's a picture of the packaging for these products:
Category: Defective Products
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