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Paramount Merchandise - PVC hot water bottle
400ml, 500ml, 1000ml

Date posted

The Hazard

The hot water bottles do not comply with the Unsafe Goods (Hot Water Bottles) Permanent Prohibition Notice 2016 because they are missing the required BS1970:2012 marking label.

The missing mandatory BS1970:2012 marking label may lead to confusion with consumers around as to whether their hot water bottles are safe.

What to do

Under the Unsafe Goods (Hot Water Bottles) Permanent Prohibition Notice 2016 it is illegal to give away or sell your hot water bottle.

Refunds are available from stores where purchased for any consumers that wish to return the non-compliant hot water bottles.

To confirm hot water bottles are safe consumers should only purchase hot water bottles with the BS1970:2012 marking label.

Product Identifiers

Sold at dollar/discount type stores nationwide from May to August 2019.

Pink, grey and blue hot water bottles sold in either 400ml, 500ml or 1l sizes.
The affected hot water bottles are missing the required BS1970:2012 marking label.

Supplier Contact

Paramount Merchandise
Email 09 262 0185

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