La-Z-Boy Swivel Patio Chairs Posing Fall Hazard Recalled; Sold Through Sears

The company has received 16 reports of the swivel chairs breaking

Swivel Patio Chair / Brown Jordan Services Recalls Swivel Patio Chairs Due to Fall Hazard
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January 31, 2017

Brown Jordan Services has announced a recall of approximately 1,500 La-Z-Boy Swivel Patio Chairs. The base of the chair can break during normal use, posing a fall hazard to users.

The affected chairs are the La-Z-Boy Kayla swivel dining and lounge patio chairs. The chairs are made of aluminum and steel with a round swivel base. The chairs have dark blue fabric covered cushions. La-Z-Boy is printed on a gold-colored tag on the back of the chairs. The chairs were sold in a four-piece lounge set and a five-piece dining set.

The company has received 16 reports of the swivel chairs breaking, thus far. No injuries have been reported.

Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled chairs and contact Brown Jordan Services for a free repair kit.

The recalled patio chairs were sole exclusively at from January 2016 through July 2016 for about $1,260 for the four-piece lounge set and $1,300 for the five-piece dining set.

Consumers with any additional questions about this recall can contact Brown Jordan Services at (855) 899-2127.

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