Aldi recalls popular Hiking Baby Carrier – return immediately

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Aldi supermarket has over 10,000 stores in 20 different countries. They have just announced that they will be recalling their Hiking Baby Carrier.

The product is by Aldi brand Adventuridge.

It has been identified as no longer usable.

Aldi said: “We are recalling this product because our supplier has identified that a component may fail on a small number of carriers.”

Customers who have already purchased the Hiking Baby Carrier will receive a full refund.

Aldi encourages those who own the faulty item to return them to their nearest store.

They are asked to do so “immediately”.

It is important that Aldi shoppers check that they do not have this product at home.

The product details are as follows: Product Code: 804707 and Barcode: 4088500636642 Blue.

On Aldi’s website, while the majority of reviews about the baby carrier were positive, one suggested it was unsafe.

The user said: “The buckle fell off even before we put the baby in. Ended up carrying the baby for our long walk.”

Another reflected the sentiment: “Came home and tried with my one year old and one of the plastic parts broke off. Can’t even imagine if this happened when she was strapped in and could have fallen out.”

They added: “Such a shame.”

A third said: “We bought it used once and returned it. I think for the money it’s probably great but things started falling/breaking after one use. So I’d say invest in an Osprey one which is expensive if you want to use for regular travels/ hiking.”

The Osprey Poco LT Child Carrier is available from Blacks for £199.

This has been reduced by 17 percent from £240.

It includes built-in sunshade, a drool pad and adjustable straps.

The product comes in either black or blue.

Aldi have taken responsibility for their product’s issue.

In response to customer reviews they said: “We shall closely monitor
the performance of this particular supplier.”

Be sure to check out Aldi this month leading up to Friday November 26 for their incredible Black Friday deals.

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