Dymocks Brisbane Pty Ltd and Trustee for the Welch Family Trust — Think Ink Pen
What are the defects?
These products are small, high-powered magnets. The product exceeds the maximum allowable magnetic flux index set by the permanent ban on certain small, high powered magnets, prescribed in 'Consumer Protection Notice No 5 of 2012 Imposition of permanent ban on small, high powered magnets'.
What are the hazards?
If a child swallows more than one small high powered magnet, the magnets can stick together across the walls of the child's intestine or other digestive tissue, which can lead to internal injuries and even death. The magnets may pose a choking hazard to young children (small parts).
What should consumers do?
Consumers should stop using the pen and return it to Dymocks Brisbane City Store for a full refund.
Further information about the recall is available by phoning the Dymocks Brisbane City store on 07 3007 2800.
Dymocks Brisbane City
- 6 October 2017 - 24 December 2017
Recall advertisements and supporting documentation
Australian Competition and Consumer Commission is the responsible regulator for this recall.