Contigo water bottle recall: Replacement lids on 5.7 million kids water bottles
On Wednesday, the company issued a voluntary recall on its Contigo Kids Cleanable water bottles and replacement lids sent to consumers as part of an August 2019 recall.
Nearly six months afterContigo recalled 5.7 million kids’ water bottlesbecause the spouts posed a “potential choking hazard,” the company is recalling the replacement lids for the same reason.
On Wednesday, the company issued avoluntary recallon its Contigo Kids Cleanable water bottles and replacement lids sent to consumers as part of the August 2019 recall, according to the recall notice posted onthe Consumer Product Safety Commission website.
“Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled water bottles and the replacement lids provided in the previous recall, take them away from children, and contact Contigo for a free water bottle,” the recall notice states. “Consumers who received replacement lids in theprevious recallshould contact Contigo for the new water bottle.”
According to the notice, the companyhas received “427 reports of the spout detaching including 27 spoutsfound in children’s mouths.”
Contigo Kids Cleanable water bottles
The base and cover of the clear silicone spout on all the affected water bottles and replacement lids are black, the notice states. The word Contigo is printed on the rim and along the front near the bottom of the bottle.
The affected bottles come in three sizes: 13-ounce, 14-ounce and 20-ounce. They come in four colors —solid color, graphics, stainless steel and stainless steel solid colors — and were sold individually and in two-packs and three-packs.
How to get a replacementContigo bottle
The Contigo recall website at https://recall.gocontigo.com outlines how to tell if you have one of the affected bottles and shows replacement bottle options. You can sign up for the recall and the return kit at the website.
For questions, call the Contigoconsumer services team at 888-262-0622Monday throughFriday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. ET.
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