L.L. Bean Recalls Camp Rockers Due to Breaking Plastic Parts

L.L. Bean recallL.L. Bean recalled its folding camp rockers because plastic parts can break, dumping consumers on the ground, according to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission.

No injuries have been reported yet, but L.L. Bean has six reports of the plastic anchors attaching the fabric seat back to the frame breaking, causing four people to fall off the chair.About 2,300 camp rockers were sold in L.L. Bean stores nationwide, on its website and through its catalog between April 2009 and July 2010 for about $50 each.

The recalled chairs have a fabric/mesh seat and back with a cup holder on the right armrest and a steel frame. L.L. Bean is printed on the seat back. Printed on the white tag under the seat are either the number RNR113 or RNR114. They were made in China and distributed by MacSports Inc. of California.

Consumers should stop using the rockers and contact L.L. Bean to get a replacement chair. Call the retailer at (800) 555-9717 or visit its website.

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