Casual Living Worldwide Recalls Swivel Patio Chairs Sold at Home Depot Due to Fall Hazard

More than two million Swivel Patio Chairs are impacted by this recall

Swivel Patio Chairs / Casual Living Worldwide Recalls Swivel Patio Chairs Due to Fall Hazard
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January 31, 2017

Casual Living Worldwide has issued a recall for approximately two million Swivel Patio Chairs. The base of the chairs can break during normal use, posing a fall hazard to the user.

This recall involves Hampton Bay Anselmo, Calabria, and Dana Point chairs as well as Martha Stewart Living branded Cardona, Grand Bank, and Wellington swivel patio chairs. The chairs are made of aluminum and steel with a round swivel base and arm rests. The chairs were sold as a pair and as part of a seven-piece patio set with accompanying tables.

In addition, about 30,000 of the affected Swivel Patio Chairs were sold in Canada and about 14,000 were sold in Mexico.

To date, the company has received 25 reports of the chairs breaking, resulting in bruising and scrapes from falls.

Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled chairs and contact Casual Living Worldwide for a free repair kit.

The recalled patio chairs were sold at exclusively at Home Depot stores nationwide and online from January 2007 to February 2016 for about $190 for a two-piece patio set and $500 for a seven-piece patio set.

Consumers with additional questions about this reall can contact Casual Living Worldwide at (855) 899-2127.

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