72,000 Gruga Office Chairs Recalled
The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission in conjunction with Health Canada has announced a recall of close to 72,300 Gruga Office Chairs.
About the Recall
The recall includes entertainment, executive, manager’s and task chairs. The Gruga Office Chairs were recalled due to a fall hazard that stems from broken seats. There have been 17 incidents reported involving broken seats, 2 of which resulted in minor bumps and bruises.
Consumers of Gruga Office Chairs should cease use of chairs immediately and contact Sauder for a replacement seat plate and attachment tool free of charge.
Description of the Recall
- The recall includes 31 different Gruga Office Chairs. A full list can be found here.
- On a tag attached to the bottom of the seat you will find the model number and Universal Product Code.
- The chairs were sold in a variety of fabrics and colors at stores such as Meijer, Menards, Shopko and Target.
- The recalled products were sold between August 2009 and September 2012 for $79 to $399.
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