By Suzee Skwiot
June 26, 2015
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This affects a number of running and fitness jackets which include an elastic draw string. Based on the Consumer Product Safety Fee, "when the elastic draw cord with a hard tip in the hood or around the neck area is pulled or caught upon something as well as released, it may snap back, impact the encounter area as well as result in injury."
So far, there have been seven non-serious injuries, all which have harmed the actual wearer's eyes and face.
"Our primary priority is ensuring the merchandise works for our guests, and that we believe this is actually the necessary proactive action," said a speaker for Lululemon, according to CNN. "We are committed to making our product right for the guests and regret any kind of inconvenience this might have caused them."
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The recalled covers are as follows were sold in between January 2008 and Dec 2014 and retail for about $75 to $260.
Lululemon, and the CPSC, desires consumers to stop wearing the tops, and either remove the chain, or reach out to the company to receive a new non-elastic draw cord. They may be reached toll-free from (877) 263-9300 8 a.m. to 1 a.m. ET Mon through Friday and Nine a.m. to 9 p.michael. ET upon Saturday and Sunday, e-mail lululemon’s Visitor Education Centre at email@example.com or go to www.lululemon.com and click on "Essential Safety Notice" to learn more.