Bunny - March 2009

30115
Bunny
BRIOs pull along toy with the shape of a bunny was introduced in 2008.
In the last few weeks, BRIO has received a few claims from customers in Sweden regarding Bunny 30115. We have found that the small white ball that is the tail can come loose if dropped from a high level or hit hard from any side and become a so called hazardous small part.

Even if this only has occurred on very few products, BRIO has decided to recall all sold products of 30115 from the market, to be on the safe side.

We urgently request all customers that have bought a Bunny 30115 to return it to the shop and get their money back.

The National Board for Consumer Policies has been informed.

We apologize for any inconvenience this may bring you and thank you in advance for helping us in our work to provide safe toys to the market.


Pull Along Bunny
BRIO makes a voluntary recall of 30458 Pull Along Bunnies. 

BRIO’s pull along toy with two items with a shape of bunnies was introduced in 2008. 

In the last few weeks, BRIO has received a few claims from customers in Sweden on Pull Along Bunnies 30458. We have found that the small white ball that is the tail on the small bunny can come loose if dropped from a high level or hit hard from any side and become a so called hazardous small part. 30458 Pull Along Bunny

Even if this only has occurred on very few products, BRIO has decided to recall all sold products of 30458 from the market, to be on the safe side. 

We urgently request all customers that have bought a Pull along Bunnies 30458 to return it to the shop and get compensation. 

The National Board for Consumer Policies has been informed. 

We apologize for any inconvenience this may bring you and thank you in advance for helping us in our work to provide safe toys to the market.