High street chain Boots is recalling pairs of children’s sunglasses after a defect was discovered that could pose a threat to young wearers.
Tests have shown that a flower decoration on the Boots Kids Sunglasses can become detached, exposing a screw, which the retailer has identified as a potential safety risk.
The affected products are branded as Boots Kids Sunglasses, style BOK002F, item code 64 11 665
Style: BOK002F. The item code can be found on the arm of the product.
In a statement Boots said: “As the sunglasses are not of the high standard we expect, we’re asking that if you have bought this product that you return it to your nearest Boots store for a refund.
“If you’ve bought the item for someone else please let them know about this as soon as possible.
“We’re sorry for any inconvenience this may cause you. If you do have any concerns or need any further advice then please speak to someone at your local Boots store or call the Boots Customer Care Team on 0800 915 0004. Minicom users can call 0345 070 80 91.
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