Vorgee Pty Ltd — Vorgee 4 Layer Back Float Buoy
What are the defects?
The product may not comply with the mandatory standard 'Consumer Goods (Swimming and Flotation Aids) Safety Standard 2017'.
Buoys in the affected batch may have an unreliable clip. The central (secondary) safety wall lock may not hold, allowing the buckle to be released with a one-hand motion, or by pulling firmly on both straps.
What are the hazards?
If the clip is released, the strap and buoy may loosen or separate from the swimmer. Sudden release of the clip could increase the risk of serious injury or death by drowning.
What should consumers do?
Consumers should check their Back Float Buoy for the batch code F/F/T.
Affected consumers should stop using the product and contact Vorgee to arrange for a reply-paid return envelope, and for instructions on obtaining a replacement or a refund.
BlueSL Pty Ltd
Botany Aquatic Centre
Col Jones Swim Fitness
Cowra Aquatic Centre
Cumberland Council - Granville Swimming Centre
Cumberland Council - Guildford Heated Swim Centre
Dive In Swim Academy Pty Ltd
Fairfield City Leisure Centres
John Carew Swim School
Leichhardt Park Aquatic Centre
Peninsula Aquatic Recreation Centre
Prairiewood Leisure Centre
Ripples Leisure Centre St Marys
Ripples Leisure Centre Penrith
Speers Point Olympic Pool
Sutherland Shire Council
The Meadows Swim School
World of Swimming
- 1 October 2020 - 5 March 2021
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Australian Competition and Consumer Commission is the responsible regulator for this recall.