Big Lots Recalls 14,000 Ottomans That Could Collapse
Big Lots is recalling approximately 14,000 Wilson and Fisher brand Cayman Resin Wicker Ottomans. The center of the ottoman can collapse during normal use, posing a fall hazard to consumers.
The Wilson and Fisher brand ottomans are dark brown resin wicker with cream colored cushions. They are part of a six-piece Cayman Resin Wicker seating set consisting of two ottomans, two chairs, a sofa and a table. The recalled sets will have item number DA13-015-6S-2CO and SKU 810140754, which can be found in the instructions that accompany the sets.
To date, Big Lots has received 19 reports of consumers falling through the center of the ottomans in question. Six consumers reported minor injuries such as back strain, scratches, bruises or contusions.
The recalled ottomans were sold at Big Lots stores nationwide from February 2014 through March 2014.
Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled ottomans and return them to any Big Lots store for a $50 refund. Customers will be allowed to keep the remaining pieces in the sets.
Consumers with questions about this recall should contact Big Lots toll-free at 866-244-5687.
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