MEXX Children’s Winter Jacket Recall [Canada]

Canada CFIA RecallCanada/Ottawa: MEXX Children's Winter Jacket Recall [Canada]MEXX Canada recalls approximately 15,092 MEXX Children’s Winter Jackets with attached Flashlights due to chemical and choking hazards. HCSC:

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Additional information:
Health Canada/Santé Canada (“HCSC”) reports the following styles of MEXX Children’s Winter Jackets are subject to this recall:

  • K1HCO015, K1HHO024, K1HHO019, K1HCO016, K1ICO008, K1HHO020, K1HCO017, K1ICO009, K1HHO021, K1HCO018, K1ICO010, K1ICO014, K1IHO015, K1JCO004, K1ICO016 and K1IHO017

Please consult the photograph above for details of the attached Flashlight’s design and retail presentation. Examples of the recalled Jackets are available on the Web site listed above.

According to Health Canada, the batteries of the Flashlight can easily be removed by kids and present both a chemical hazard and choking hazard.

MEXX has not received any reports related to the use of these products. Health Canada has received one consumer report of a choking incident in Canada. The child had to be taken to the hospital for medical treatment.

If you believe you have purchased the recalled Children’s Jackets, please remove them from your child’s access and disconnect and discard the Flashlight attachment.


Additional information about this recall:
HCSC ID number: RA-42883
Recalls Direct RIN: 4622-2014
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