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    Baby Product RECALL > Tommee Tippee Steam Blender Blades Recalled over Safety Issues - Free Replacements

    Mod & Ed
    There has been an ongoing issue with Tommee Tippee Steam Blender Blades over the last few months, they have been scratching the insides of the jugs causing shards of plastic to be found in baby food. At first TT could only replicate the issue under very specific circumstances, but at last after carrying out further testing they have decided to recall the blades & issue FREE Revised Replacements. (will pop the link to those in 1st post)
    They have issued a statement & have continued to advise people to carefully check the jug for signs of scratching after each use, to ensure that if any scratching does occur there is no risk of plastic getting into a child’s mouth until you receive the revised blades.

    Link to full story, recall statement & Free Replacement link in 1st post

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    Original Poster Mod & Ed

    >>>> FREE REPLACEMENT BLADE LINK <<<<

    Link to Story

    Picture of Product

    https://www.playpennies.com/media/imager/28293-eeca4ee4dfb4d0921988ec28a18089e3.jpg

    Statement Issued

    We previously communicated about some customers experiencing problems with the blade scratching the jug of their Tommee Tippee Steamer Blender. At the time of that message, our initial testing had only been able to replicate the issue when reassembling the blender after cleaning, with the sealing ring upside down, or by washing the blade unit in the dishwasher. Since then, we've been carrying out more in-depth testing, and having further discussions with customers that have experienced this problem.

    During this testing, we have been able to replicate the problem in certain other circumstances. We've therefore made some changes to the blade unit to resolve this.

    We want to ensure our customers have the best possible experience with their Steamer Blender, so we're making the revised blade available to all those who've already purchased the product. To keep it as simple as possible for you, we've set up this page for you to order your replacement. (http://****.com/zjc7vso)

    In the meantime, we continue to advise you to carefully check the jug for signs of scratching after each use, to ensure that if any scratching does occur there is no risk of plastic getting into a child's mouth.

    We'd like to apologise to all of our customers who've been affected by this. As you know, child safety is at the heart of everything we do. We were very concerned by the problems, so we spoke to the customers involved, completed the investigation, and recognised where modifications could be made.


    Edited by: "wishihadadonkey" 31st Aug 2016
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