10172017Headline:

Minneapolis, Minnesota

HomeMinnesotaMinneapolis

Email Shannon Weidemann
Shannon Weidemann
Shannon Weidemann
Contributor •

H&M Recalls Boy's Jacket

Comments Off

Boy’s Jackets sold at H&M have been recalled due to a possible choking hazard. The coats had a compass attached to them that may break off.

The recalled product is a boy’s cotton canvas jacket made exclusively for children in sizes 18M to size 6Y. It has style number 93196 written on the inside care label. There is an attached removable compass on the side. The compasses are copper or turquoise colored, about 2.75-inches long, and have a clip to attach to the jacket.

Consumers should immediately remove the compass from the jacket and throw it away, or mail the compass to H & M to receive a store discount coupon.

The compass contains mineral oil, which can be hazardous if swallowed. If you have any questions you can contact the company at (877) 439-6261.