John Lewis recalls doll due to choking fears

Tuesday, 16th January 2018, 08:42 am
Updated Tuesday, 16th January 2018, 12:32 pm

The John Lewis department store is recalling a range of children's dolls due to fears they could choke a child.

The firm has issued a warning that the 'My First Doll' products have eyes which could become detached from the toy and be swallowed by a youngster.

The recalled products are:

785 00120 / 785 00122 My first doll, girl

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785 00121 My first doll, boy

785 00124 Baby twin set

78500127 My first doll bumper set

The recall only affects batch coded 1702 and 1703 - the numbers can be found on the barcode label on the back of the box and the sew-in label.

However, the company have said that anyone pwning a doll from a different batch who also has concerns should not hesitate to return it.

The company have advised anyone having bought a doll since September 27 2017,they should stop using it and return it to their nearest John Lewis or Waitrose Food & Home shop as soon as possible for a full refund.