According to a news report on newsweek.com, a popular chair retailed at numerous popular retailers has been recalled due to reports of injuries. The Nest Swing Egg Chair is known to tip over or collapse causing injury when someone is sitting in the chair. The Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) issued the recall of 30,600 Nest Swing Egg Chairs described as an oval-shaped wicker seat that hangs from a chain that is connected to a metal pole attached to a circular base.
The Consumer Product Safety Commission cited almost 30 incident reports of the chair either tipping over or collapsing, and 19 of those incident reports state that the chair caused injuries, including lacerations, broken ribs, and collapsed lungs.
The product is imported by “The TJX Companies, Inc” and manufactured in Vietnam. The chairs were also sold under the Martha Stewart and Tommy Bahama brand names, which were written on a tag found on the round chair cushion. Customers should contact The TJX Companies, Inc for disassembly assistance.
The Nest Swing Egg suspended chair was sold at T.J. Maxx, Marshalls, HomeGoods, and Homesense locations throughout the country from December 2018 through April 2022. The Nest Swing Egg Chair was sold at a price from $300 to $350. The CPSC urges customers to stop using the chair and return it to the place purchased.
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