Product recalls are issued when an item may cause harm to users for health and safety reasons. When supermarkets recall food or other products, they notify customers of the reason for the recall and ask them to return them to stores when possible.
“No receipt is required.”
Tesco also explained that customers can “alternatively” claim a £ 30 voucher on the KitSound website.
KitSound is the manufacturer of the headphones, and they’ve also released a statement to further explain why the product is unsafe to use.
On its website, the company said: “There is a risk of burns if the charging case overheats and is then touched.”
Headphones aren’t the only product Tesco is recalling.
The supermarket informed customers of the defects in two of its children’s products.
A “Hey Duggee” book named “Duggee and the Dinosaurs” is being recalled due to a manufacturing defect in some copies, where the sheet on the book cover may be peeled off.
This could present a choking hazard to young children.
The other recalled product is the Science4you Space Expedition package.
This play item includes a torch which could be a hazard to small children if the battery cover is not properly seated.
As with the headphones, Tesco asks customers to return children’s products to a store for a full refund.
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