Rite Aid Recalls Outdoor Dining Sets – Fall Hazard
Rite Aid has issued a recall of about 13,000 outdoor dining sets due to reports of chairs bending unexpectedly, putting consumers at risk of falling and injuring themselves.
About the Outdoor Dining Set Recall
According to the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) report, the firm has received four separate reports of incidents and injuries, prompting them to issue the recall.
Rite Aid is offering a full refund for any set purchased between January 2015 and July 2015, calling for customers to return the chairs to any Rite Aid store. Customers are not required to return either the table or the umbrella.
Description of the Recalled Patio Sets
- The recalled patio sets, sold from January to July 2015 and costing from $100 to $150, consist of six separate pieces: four chairs, a table, and an umbrella.
- The chairs have a brown metal frame with a red canvas seat and back. They measure 21 ¼ inches tall by 25 ¼ inches wide.
- The color-coordinated umbrellas measure 80 inches tall while the square table has a metal frame and a hard-plastic clear top.
- The UPC number (011822350303) and item number (9034923) are printed on the dining sets’ packaging.
- They were sold online at RiteAid.com and in Rite Aid Stores nationwide