The LEGO Batman Movie costumes recall notice

A particular production run of The LEGO Batman Movie costumes is being recalled by the distributor.

Due to the costumes not meeting necessary fire safety regulations, around 340 Batman outfits from The LEGO Batman Movie are being recalled by distributor Jakks Pacific. Costumes still on sale should be safe to purchase, as retailers will have also been informed of the problem.

Here are the full details:

JAKKS Pacific (UK) Ltd. takes safety very seriously and is taking the precautionary step of voluntarily recalling approximately 340 pieces of LEGO® Batman Movie Prestige costumes because the material does not meet applicable EU fire safety standards. The items were distributed only in the United Kingdom. No incidents have been reported.

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The recall is for approximately 340 pieces of LEGO® Batman Movie Prestige costumes with Date Code 2606EF01 printed on the front of the sewn label (located in the rear neckline) under the barcode. Only costume style numbers 23742G (Size L, 10-12), 23742K (Size M, 7-8) & 23742L (Size S, 4-6) with Date Code 2606EFO1 are affected. No other LEGO® Batman Movie costumes or any other LEGO® branded costumes are affected by this recall.

IF YOU BOUGHT OR POSSESS A LEGO® BATMAN MOVIE PRESTIGE COSTUME WITH DATE CODE 2606EF01, PLEASE DO NOT WEAR IT.

CONTACT 01344 638 909 OR [email protected] FOR A FULL REFUND OR REPLACEMENT.

LEGO Batman has presumably asked Alfred to check the label of every single costume on the Batsuit rack.

Graham

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