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January 17, 2001

Child Flotation Devices Recalled by California Firm

Torrance, CA (SafetyAlerts) - Body Glove Wetsuits has announced it is recalling certain lot numbers of its personal floatation device model 1684 (Youth and Child). Two lots of 1684 Youth Vests have been mistakenly labeled with the 1684 Child labels, and the same Lot of 1684 Child Vests have been labeled with the 1684 Youth labels.

The markings may pose confusion and certain risk for an individual weighing over 50 pounds choosing a Child Vest and an individual weighing less than 50 pounds choosing a Youth Vest.

1,099 pieces of personal floatation device model 1684 (Youth and Child), bearing Lot Number's 002368 and 002615 are being recalled for replacement.

Please contact Ms Susan Yu at 310-320-7873 Extn 221 for arrangement of the return.

Notice of this product warning was sent via email to SafetyAlerts subscribers January 17, 2001.  For more information regarding the SafetyAlerts free email alert service please click here.

 
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