Bunk Beds with Side Ladder Recalled Due to Entrapment Hazard

Bedz King bunk beds recall
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March 24, 2014

Bedz King is recalling approximately 2,900 bunk beds. A protruding corner post on the bunk beds exceeds the 5mm allowed by industry standard, posing an entrapment hazard.

This recall involves Bedz King bunk beds with a side ladder. The beds were sold in twin over twin, twin over full and full over full combinations and four colors; white, espresso, honey and cappuccino. Affected bunk bed models include BK 150SL, BK 151SL, BK 950SL, BK 951SL and BK 975SL. Model information and 'Bedz King' are printed on labels attached to the top headboard.

The recalled bunk beds were sold exclusively through BunkBedKing.com from July 2011 to October 2013.

Consumers should immediately check to see if they have the recalled bunk bed and contact Bedz King for a free repair kit, and to confirm a physical address for delivery of the kit. Bedz King is contacting known customers directly by email.

For more information on this recall, contact Bedz King toll-free at 855-649-9911.

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