HulovoX Children’s Robes Recalled over Burn Risk
Thousands of children’s robes made by the Chinese brand HulovoX and sold on Amazon have been recalled over risk of burn injuries.
Newsweek reported today that the robes were sold on Amazon in 2021 between the months of January and May. However, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) said this week the robes have been recalled because they do not meet the flammability standards set for children’s sleeping materials.
Made of micro polyester material, the HulovoX children’s robes were sold at the price of about $30 a piece. Consumers who bought the robes can return the robes and get a refund from Amazon. The story wrote:
Amazon will be reaching out to customers to arrange for them to receive prepaid mailers, which they will be instructed to use to return the robes, according to the CPSC.
An estimated 3,500 children’s robes made by HulovoX have been recalled.
Reporting the story, WPXI asked that all those who purchased the robes are advised to take it away from children and “stop using it immediately.”
On its website, HulovoX added a Recall page, which includes details of the recall. The page provides contact details for consumers to reach out to the company about the product.
Consumer Contact: HulovoX at 800-316-0241 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. PT Monday through Friday, email at firstname.lastname@example.org or online at: www.hulovox.com/page/html/contact.php or www.hulovox.com and click on “RECALL NOTICE” at the top of the page for more information.
The page also includes images of the recalled children’s robes.