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Products recall

RECALL NOTICE - Flying Tiger Copenhagen announces recall of:

Flying Tiger Copenhagen continuously strives to maintain and improve the safety of our products and to ensure that our customers feel safe in purchasing our products. If you have questions about the recall please contact Flying Tiger Copenhagen by mail: customer-support@flyingtiger.com or website contact us here

June 2018

Recalled Product: Light clay 5 mix, Item no 1450921, sold since October 2016

Hazard: The product does not meet the legal requirements. As a consequence of this we have decided to stop selling the product.

Incidents: None reported. This is a preventative measure.

Remedy: Consumers are encouraged to return the toy to their nearest Flying Tiger Copenhagen store for a full refund.

It is essential to us that our customers trust the quality and safety of our products. Consequently, we react as quickly as possible when we discover products that are not compliant with the legal regulations.

May 2016

Recalled Product: Mouth Whistle, Item no. 2600226, batch no. 79468, sold since November 2015

Hazard: On some of the models we found that the sound unit of the toy can come loose if pulled or picked at, presenting a small part. If the small sound unit is then used by itself, it may, if swallowed, pose a choking hazard

Incidents: None reported. This is a preventative measure.

Remedy: Consumers are encouraged to return the toy to their nearest Flying Tiger Copenhagen store for a full refund.

March 2016

Recalled product: Twist and Lock Blocks, item no. 1701354, batch no.80851, sold since November 2015.

Hazard: On some of the models, the blocks can detach posing a choking hazard.

Incidents: None reported.

Remedy: Consumers are encouraged to return the toy to their nearest Flying Tiger Copenhagen store for a full refund.

March 2016

Recalled product: Twist and Lock Animal: Giraffe, item no. 1701493, batch no.79445, sold since October 2015.

Hazard: On some of the models, the ears can fall off posing a choking hazard.

Incidents: None reported.

Remedy: Consumers are encouraged to return the toy to their nearest Flying Tiger Copenhagen store for a full refund.

May 2015

Recalled product: Flexi robot with item no. 1701300, batch no. 73722, sold since November 2014.

Hazard: On some of the models we found that the ears of the toy can come loose if pulled or picked at, presenting a small part. If a small ear comes off, it may, if swallowed, pose a choking hazard. 

Incidents: None reported. This is a preventative measure.

Remedy: Consumers are encouraged to return the toy to their nearest Flying Tiger Copenhagen store for a full refund.

December 2014

Recalled product: Chocolate fondue set with item no. 1600769, batch no. 74029

Hazard: In a batch of fondue sets, we found higher levels of chrome in the accompanying forks. 

Incidents: None reported. This is a preventative measure.

Remedy: Consumers are encouraged to return the set to their nearest Flying Tiger Copenhagen store for a full refund.

December 2014

Recalled product: Tealight candleholders with item no. 1002960 and 1002961, both sizes.

Hazard: It has been suspected that the tealight candleholders in the shape of apples pose a risk of fire when used with larger tealight candles. 

Incidents: One customer reported that the candleholder was flammable.

Remedy: Consumers are encouraged to return the candleholders to their nearest Flying Tiger Copenhagen store for a full refund.

January 2014

Recalled product: Espresso with item no. 1602352, batch no. 68310, sold since august 2013.

Hazard: There is insufficient cleaning instructions with the product regarding cleaning of the safety valve. Not cleaning the product’s safety valve after continuous use, poses a risk of eruption whilst heating.

Incidents: Customers have reported that the coffee maker erupted when heating.

Remedy: Consumers are encouraged to return the espresso to their nearest Flying Tiger Copenhagen store for a full refund.

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