2017

June

  • Cabrinha kiteboard control systems 23 Jun 2017
    Wind Surfing South Pacific has recalled some of its Cabrinha kiteboard control systems. The connection between the lower front line and the landing line can break. This can result in a loss of kite control, posing injury and fall hazards.
  • Neopuzzle construction toy 22 Jun 2017
    Some Neopuzzle toys have been recalled because the magnets may come loose if the plastic welds fail. Loose magnets may be swallowed by children and can cause serious internal injury.
  • Counterfeit Samsung battery 19 Jun 2017
    A counterfeit Samsung battery sold by Happy Mobile as a “genuine Samsung battery” has been recalled. The battery can overheat and could cause a fire.
  • Dark blue-top Anchor milk 16 Jun 2017
    Fonterra has withdrawn its dark blue-top Anchor milk after some customers in the lower North Island have complained about the taste.
  • Teddytime My First Teddy soft toy 15 Jun 2017
    Teddytime has recalled its My First Teddy soft toy. The toy does not comply with the Product Safety Regulations for children’s toys. It may release small parts by shedding fur easily.
  • Sunbeam Sous Chef Multi Cooker 15 Jun 2017
    Sunbeam has recalled its Sous Chef Multi Cooker (MU3000). If the product is used in slow cooker mode, it may not reach and maintain a sufficient temperature to fully cook food during the allotted cook time. This can lead to undercooked meat.
  • Eta Uppercuts Deli Cut potato chips 13 Jun 2017
    Eta has recalled a specific batch of its Uppercuts Deli Cut Sea Salt + Balsamic Vinegar (140g) potato chips. A few packets may contain an incorrect flavour that has soy in it. The soy is not declared on the packaging. Some people can be allergic to soy.
  • 2017 GT Bicycles 13 Jun 2017
    GT Bicycles has recalled some of its 2017 bicycle models. The handlebars can crack over time which could cause the rider to lose control of the bike and fall.
  • Beko 8kg Condenser Tumble Dryer 08 Jun 2017
    Beko has recalled its 8kg DCU8330GX Condenser Tumble Dryer. The dryer may overheat which could lead to a fire. 113 affected units were sold by Beko in New Zealand between June and July 2012, but it’s possible that consumers have obtained more affected units through other channels.
  • 2 brands of Thai Coconut Rolls 08 Jun 2017
    Lin Hing Company Ltd has recalled JHC brand Thai Coconut Rolls and Elephant brand Thai Coconut Rolls. The snacks contain undeclared egg which some people can be allergic to.
  • Cobra S bicycle handlebar stems 07 Jun 2017
    Cobra S bicycle handlebar stems have been recalled because they can corrode and break. If the stems break, the rider may lose control and crash.
  • Living & Co desk lamp from The Warehouse 06 Jun 2017
    The Warehouse has recalled its Living & Co Voss Desk Lamp. If a bulb higher than the specified 40W is used, the lampshade could melt and burn you.
  • Trailequip trailer couplings 01 Jun 2017
    Trailequip has recalled its C2755 and C2765 trailer couplings. The rear locking nut may loosen over time, which could cause your trailer to detach from the coupling body.
  • Trade Aid hanging tealight holder 01 Jun 2017
    Trade Aid has recalled its Tara Brass & Glass Diamond Shaped Hanging Tealight Holder. The solder joints may weaken with heat during use and cause the product to break and fall. If the candle holder falls, it may pose a fire and injury risk.
  • Kea Cookies with chocolate chips 01 June 2017
    Kea Cookies has recalled a specific batch of its cookies that have chocolate chips. The cookies contain undeclared milk which some people can be allergic to.

May

  • 4 Burner BBQ from Mitre 10 29 May 2017
    Mitre 10 has recalled its 4 Burner Hooded Black BBQ. If the regulator hose connection to the BBQ is not correctly tightened and leak tested before use according to the instructions, the connection may leak gas. Leaking gas could cause a fire.
  • SIMX Smart Sense Mini 360° PIR Sensor 26 May 2017
    SIMX has recalled its Smart Sense Mini 360° Flush Mount PIR Sensor. Exposed metal parts could cause an electric shock.
  • LED light hand spinner fidget toy 26 May 2017
    Southern Cross Promotions Ltd has recalled its LED light hand spinner fidget toys. The toys do not have a secured battery compartment. Young children could gain access to the button batteries and ingest them. This could cause internal burn injuries, which can result in serious illness and even death. The batteries can also pose a choking hazard.
  • Eta 10 Pack Munchos Mix 23 May 2017
    Griffin’s Foods Ltd has recalled a specific batch of its Eta brand 10 Pack Munchos Mix cereal snack. The batch may contain undeclared soy which some people are allergic to.
  • Ghiotti mozzarella cheeses 19 May 2017
    European Foods Ltd has recalled specific batches of its Ghiotti mozzarella cheeses due to incorrect use-by dates. The products were imported from Italy and the dates applied to the products in New Zealand.
  • Babyco bassinet from Baby Factory 15 May 2017
    Baby Factory has recalled its Babyco Dreamtime Bassinette. There have been some cases of the base board buckling and splintering.
  • Trumpet toy from Japan Mart 12 May 2017
    Japan Mart has recalled its trumpet toy. The toy may release small parts which can pose a choking hazard to young children.
  • Tigerlily scented candles 12 May 2017
    Tigerlily has expanded its 2014 recall to now include all Tigerlily candles in brown glass. When lit, the candle may give off excessive smoke, the flame may flare up, and the glass container may overheat and/or shatter. If the candle flares up you could be injured by broken glass, hot wax, fire and smoke.
  • 3 Bosch dual-fuel ovens 10 May 2017
    Bosch has expanded its recall of its 60cm freestanding gas/electric dual-fuel ovens to include additional batch numbers. The adapter between the gas supply and the appliance may crack, causing a potential gas leak. Leaking gas may cause an explosion.
  • Panasonic Toughpad FZ-G1 tablets 9 May 2017
    Panasonic has recalled its Toughpad FZ-G1 tablets (Mk1 to Mk3) because the battery pack supplied with the product may overheat when in use. The battery pack could ignite and pose a fire risk.
  • S.R. Smith Helix Pool Slide 08 May 2017
    Austral Pool and Spa Products has recalled its S.R. Smith Helix Pool Slide. Users could fall off the side of the slide before reaching the pool entry point, which could cause an injury.
  • Oil column heaters from Bunnings 08 May 2017
    Bunnings has recalled all of its Moretti, Click and Akai oil column heaters purchased in 2017. The heaters may rupture when turned on and spray hot oil, which could cause scalding and burns.
  • Magnet Buddy toy from The Warehouse 01 May 2017
    The Warehouse has recalled its Play Studio Magnet Buddy toy because its small, high-powered magnets may come loose. If the magnets are swallowed they can cause internal injuries that require surgery and pose lifelong health complications.

April

  • House of Dumplings Mum’s Sauce 28 Apr 2017
    House of Dumplings has recalled its Mum’s Sauce because it contains undeclared gluten which some people may be allergic to.
  • String lights from Holstens 27 Apr 2017
    If someone attempts to remove a light bulb while the power is connected, and touches the metal side of the light bulb fitting while it is still in contact with the holder, they may experience an electric shock.
  • Baby Concert toy set 27 Apr 2017
    The Baby Concert toy set has been recalled because the toys can release small parts which can pose a choking hazard to young children.
  • Wooden train toy from Kmart 24 Apr 2017
    Kmart has recalled its wooden train toy because the screws in the train roof could fall out if the product is dropped. Small screws can pose a choking hazard.
  • Elemental Porter beer (500ml) 19 Apr 2017
    Renaissance Brewing has recalled some of its 500ml bottles of Elemental Porter. Due to non-refrigerated storage, the beer inside the bottle can re-ferment and cause the internal pressure to increase so much that the bottle may burst. If this happens, you could be injured by broken glass.
  • Baby basket stand from Adairs 19 Apr 2017
    Some Moses baby basket stands from Adairs stores could collapse because of inconsistent manufacturing quality. If the stand collapses during use, your baby could be injured.
  • Marin Pine mountain bike 11 Apr 2017
    Some Marin Pine mountain bikes have been recalled because the bicycle fork may bend or break at the crown. This could cause the rider to fall.
  • Two Stevens cream whippers 11 Apr 2017
    Stevens has recalled two of its cream whippers. When the Kayser Charger is in use, the aluminium thread in the lid and canister could be compromised. Under very high pressure, the lid could rapidly separate from the main canister and cause injury or damage.
  • Scania teddy bear soft toy 04 Apr 2017
    Scania teddy bear soft toys have been recalled because the zipper on the toy’s clothing could detach. This could pose a choking hazard to small children.
  • Trolls sipper cup with eggs 04 Apr 2017
    Some Trolls plastic sipper cups with eggs have been recalled because they could pose a choking hazard to small children if the plastic cap on the straw separates from its tether.
  • kikki.K scented candle 03 Apr 2017
    When burnt to its base, the kikki.K copper scented candle glass encasing may overheat and shatter.
  • Two Stihl chainsaws 03 Apr 2017
    Stihl has recalled two of its chainsaws because the fuel line could leak and pose a fire and burn hazard.

March

  • Ford recalls Kugas and Fiestas 30 Mar 2017
    Ford is recalling about 1000 Kugas and Fiesta STs because of the risk a fire could start under the hood.
  • Swann wireless door chimes 24 Mar 2017
    Some Swann wireless door chimes have been recalled. When forced, the back cover may detach from the receiver, exposing live parts which could cause an electric shock.
  • Two batches of EpiPens 22 Mar 2017
    Mylan New Zealand has recalled two batches of its EpiPen 300mcg Adrenaline Auto-Injectors, used to treat allergic emergencies. The devices could fail to activate due to a defective part which could put your life at risk.
  • Gazco flued fireboxes 21 Mar 2017
    Some conventionally flued Gazco fireboxes have been recalled. The baffle may move because aluminium rivets were used instead of steel. If the baffle moves, your firebox may release carbon monoxide which can cause poisoning.
  • Kids II Oball rattles 16 Mar 2017
    Kids II has recalled its Oball rattles because the orange beads could release from the chamber. This poses a choking hazard to children, especially those under 3 years of age.
  • LeaderBrand bagged salads 10 Mar 2017
    LeaderBrand Produce has recalled all its salad products after listeria was found in its LeaderBrand Caesar Salad yesterday. Brands include LeaderBrand, Fresh Plus, Pam's, Value Bag and 100%, which are sold at major supermarkets. All salad products distributed to Pita Pit and Subway outlets have also been recalled.
  • Hellers Sweet & Sticky Pork Ribs 09 Mar 2017
    Hellers has recalled specific batches of its Sweet & Sticky Pork Ribs because they contain undeclared sesame. There has been a report of an allergic reaction.
  • Haibike Xduro electric bikes 03 Mar 2017
    e-motion has recalled some of its Haibike electric bicycles because the bike fork could fail and lead to loss of control and injury.

February

  • Britax Click & Go car seat receivers 24 Feb 2017
    Britax has recalled its Click & Go receivers for B-Safe infant car seats. The Click & Go receiver mounts can be damaged when used with the B-Safe car seat as a travel system. This could cause your car seat to disconnect from the stroller and fall.
  • Sun Valley Foods Granny’s Treat Mix 13 Feb 2017
    Icelandic Holdings Ltd has recalled its Sun Valley Foods Granny’s Treat Mix as it contains undeclared gluten.
  • Aero Quik Kettle from Harvey Norman 07 Feb 2017
    Harvey Norman has recalled its Aero Quik Kettle. A fault can activate a defective reset switch, allowing the elements to turn back on instead of shutting the kettle down. This could cause a fire.
  • Various oyster brands 07 Feb 2017
    Ministry for Primary Industries is warning people not to eat some brands of chilled oysters harvested from the Mahurangi Harbour north of Auckland as they may be contaminated with norovirus.
  • Trade Tested scaffolding 01 Feb 2017
    Trade Tested has recalled a batch of its scaffolding planks. The planks in the affected batch contain faulty welds which could break and cause you to fall.

January

  • Real Vege Crunch Beetroot & Carrot snack 31 Jan 2017
    Real Kitchen has recalled specific batches of its Real Vege Crunch Beetroot & Carrot snack food as it contains undeclared soy.
  • HP notebook computer batteries 30 Jan 2017
    HP has expanded its June 2016 recall of some of its laptop batteries. It has been identified that more batteries for the same products below may overheat and could cause a fire or burn you.
  • Blades in Cuisinart food processors 30 Jan 2017
    Cuisinart has recalled the riveted blades in some of its food processors. The riveted blades can crack over time and small metal pieces of the blade can break off during use. This could cause pieces of the blade to be present in your processed food which could cut you.
  • Zebra thermal printer power supply unit 30 Jan 2017
    Zebra Technologies Corporation has recalled its power supply unit (PSU) for Zebra thermal industrial printers. The PSUs can degrade and corrode over time when exposed to moisture. As a result the PSUs can overheat and could cause a fire.
  • Painted Trade Aid products 30 Jan 2017
    Trade Aid has recalled its painted flutes, nesting dolls and nesting doll bookends because the paint contains unsafe levels of lead. Lead can cause permanent damage to physical and mental health.
  • Delish Choc Hokey Pokey Biscuits 27 Jan 2017
    MOI Agencies Ltd has recalled its Delish Choc Hokey Pokey Biscuits because they contain undeclared milk.
  • Bicycle quick-release cam lever 27 Jan 2017
    Front-wheel quick-release cam levers on some bicycles could cause a serious fall or crash injury.
  • Giant and Liv bicycles 27 Jan 2017
    Giant Bicycle Co. Pty Ltd has recalled some of its Giant and Liv bicycles. The bikes do not meet certain standards.
  • Yoghurt and paneer products 24 Jan 2017
    Some food businesses have recalled specific batches of their yoghurt and paneer products. The products were produced using milk powder manufactured as per regulatory requirements, but regulatory requirements were not met during distribution of the milk powder.
  • L’Isola D’Oro anchovy paste 09 Jan 2017
    Mediterranean Food Company has recalled a specific batch of its L’Isola D’Oro anchovy paste because the product contains an elevated level of histamine.
  • Kayak from Rebel Sport 09 Jan 2017
    Rebel Sport has recalled its 6-foot Lifetime Youth kayak. Water could enter the kayak and make it sink.

2016

December

  • Mercury Diesel boat engines 23 Dec 2016
    Mercury Diesel has recalled its Tier III 3.0L turbo direct injected 230hp and 260hp sterndrive and inboard boat engines because the engine oil could leak.
  • Phil & Teds Columbus v2 car seat 23 Dec 2016
    Phil & Teds has recalled its Columbus v2 car seat because the harness may not lock after adjusting. This could cause the harness strap to not work when needed.
  • OMP power bank from Farmers 21 Dec 2016
    Farmers has recalled its OMP power bank (5000mAh) because it could overheat and explode or catch fire.
  • Lenny & Larry’s choc chip cookie 16 Dec 2016
    Flush Fitness Pty Ltd has recalled specific batches of its Lenny & Larry’s brand The Complete Cookie (chocolate chip flavour) because the products contain undeclared milk.
  • Shoes for Crews safety shoes 15 Dec 2016
    Some Shoes for Crews safety shoes have been recalled because the safety toe caps may break under impact. This could cause your toes to be compressed and injured.
  • Kettles from The Warehouse 12 Dec 2016
    The Warehouse has recalled its Living & Co kettles. The kettles may have faulty wiring that could cause an electric shock.
  • Griffin’s Choc Chippies Muesli Bars 07 Dec 2016
    Griffin’s Foods Ltd has recalled a specific batch of its Griffin’s Choc Chippies Muesli Bars because it contains undeclared peanuts. This is due to the box containing Nice & Natural brand Roasted Nut Bars (Mixed Berry).
  • Trek Farley bicycles and framesets 06 Dec 2016
    Trek Bicycle Corp has recalled some of its bicycles and framesets. The fork can separate from the steer tube which could cause you to lose control of the bicycle and fall.
  • Fox mountain bike shock absorbers 05 Dec 2016
    Blue Shark has recalled its Fox Float X2 mountain bike shock absorbers. The outer sleeve on rear shock absorbers can rupture and come into contact with other bicycle parts or the rider. This could cause a fall or injury.
  • New World Rototuna sausages 05 Dec 2016
    New World Rototuna has recalled specific batches of its Rototuna Delight Pure Beef Sausages because the product may contain pieces of soft plastic packaging.

November

  • Kia Ora Seafoods oysters 28 Nov 2016
    Kia Ora Seafoods has recalled a specific batch of its half-shell Pacific oysters because it contains an elevated level of E.coli.
  • Battery packs in Toshiba laptops 24 Nov 2016
    Toshiba has expanded its January 2016 recall of Panasonic battery packs that come with some of its laptops. The affected battery packs could overheat and cause a burn or fire.
  • Instant Hot Water Kettle 24 Nov 2016
    Innovations Direct has recalled its Instant Hot Water Kettle. A safety fault may result in a fire.
  • AEG 58V chainsaw 22 Nov 2016
    Techtronic Industries has recalled its AEG 58V chainsaws. If the chainsaw becomes jammed and you try to release it by cycling the ignition trigger, the chainsaw may fail, smoke or catch fire.
  • Kambrook microwave oven 22 Nov 2016
    Kambrook has recalled some of its KMO400 Essentials 30L microwave ovens. A potential component failure may lead to a fire.
  • CarbaTec router table 18 Nov 2016
    CarbaTec has recalled its RT-660 Router Table. The Phase and Neutral wires on a switch unit may be swapped. This does not comply with NZ standards.
  • EziBuy Poppy desk lamp 04 Nov 2016
    EziBuy has recalled its Poppy desk lamp. A loose connection in the switch could create a fire risk.
  • PetSafe and SportDog plug adapter 03 Nov 2016
    Radio Systems Australia has recalled its detachable AC plug adapter insert sold with PetSafe and SportDOG products. The enclosure of some plug inserts may break apart while being unplugged from a power socket. This could expose live parts and cause an electric shock.
  • Dome light fixture from ECC 02 Nov 2016
    ECC has recalled its Flos Skygarden halogen pendant light fixtures. The dome on the light fixture could fall off and injure you.
  • EcoSalt™ salt water chlorinators 01 Nov 2016
    Davey Water Products has recalled its EcoSalt™ salt water chlorinators. If the cell cracks or bursts, plastic fragments could be ejected and injure bystanders.
  • Halloween cups from Countdown 01 Nov 2016
    Countdown has recalled its Halloween flashing tumbler cups. Young children could access the button batteries because the battery cover can be opened without the use of a tool. Button batteries can cause serious injuries and be fatal if swallowed by young children.

October

  • Swing sets from The Warehouse 28 Oct 2016
    The Warehouse has recalled its Active Intent 2-in-1 and 4-in-1 swing sets. The chain connecting the swing seat to the frame could detach and cause serious injury.
  • Smiggle water bottle 26 Oct 2016
    Smiggle has recalled its Spritz water bottle. If the water bottle is full and dropped onto its spout, the plastic nozzle inside the spout may break. This can pose a choking hazard.
  • Car seat from Top Deal Store 21 Oct 2016
    Top Deal Store has recalled its Royal & Well booster seats. The seats do not comply with the Land Transport Act and cannot be used legally.
  • Halloween wands from Countdown 20 Oct 2016
    Countdown has recalled its Halloween ghost and pumpkin LED spinning wands. The wands may crack open if dropped and expose the button batteries. Button batteries can seriously injure young children if swallowed.
  • Delmaine Chicken Chowder 17 Oct 2016
    Delmaine Fine Foods Ltd has recalled a specific batch of its Delmaine Chicken Chowder. The batch contains undeclared fish and crustacea which some people may be allergic to.
  • Specialized bike frames 14 Oct 2016
    Specialized has recalled its MY16 Venge ViAS bicycle frames. The rear wheel has reportedly come out of the rear dropouts, which can cause fractures in the rear triangle. This could cause the rider to lose control and fall.
  • Hydor portable air blower 14 Oct 2016
    Hydor 300mm HPA portable air blowers have been recalled. A short circuit may cause the metal plate to become live. This could lead to an electric shock or fire hazard.
  • Swiss Mobility travel adapter 12 Oct 2016
    The Swiss Mobility universal travel adapter with dual USB ports has been recalled because it does not comply with the required safety standard. It does not have an earth pin which could lead to an electric shock.
  • ECCO rechargeable work lamps 10 Oct 2016
    Hazard Systems has recalled its ECCO rechargeable LED work/utility lamps because they may overheat and pose a fire risk.
  • Animal-themed baby bath robe 10 Oct 2016
    Groupon has recalled its animal-themed baby bath robe with hood because it does not carry the required fire hazard labels. Consumers may be unaware of the fire danger rating for these products.
  • Lenny Lamb baby carrier 10 Oct 2016
    Lenny Lamb has recalled some of its Buckle Onbu baby carriers. The carriers are missing internal stitching and may come apart. This could cause your child to fall from the carrier.
  • Kmart spiral vegetable cutter 06 Oct 2016
    Kmart has recalled its spiral vegetable cutter because the blade may break during use. The blade pieces could get mixed with food and pose a cutting hazard if ingested.
  • Three Bosch dual-fuel ovens 04 Oct 2016
    Bosch has recalled three of its 60cm freestanding gas/electric dual-fuel ovens. If the adapter between the gas supply and the oven cracks, gas could leak and may cause an explosion.
  • Te Kouma Bay half shell oysters 04 Oct 2016
    Kia Ora Seafoods has recalled specific batches of its Te Kouma Bay brand Half Shell Coromandel Pacific Oysters because the batches have elevated levels of E.coli.

September

  • Masport mowers with MSV blades 21 Sep 2016
    Masport has recalled some of its lawnmowers fitted with the MSV® blade disc cutting system. If the disc blade system is damaged or incorrectly maintained, it can become imbalanced and create excessive vibration. This can cause the blade disc to crack and detach from the engine, causing injury.
  • Zoggs swim jackets 21 Sep 2016
    Some Zoggs swim jackets have the warning information printed on the inside of the jacket instead of the back.
  • Makita dustless circular saw 20 Sep 2016
    Makita has recalled its 5057KB 185mm dustless circular saw. When the saw base is adjusted to approximately 45° tilt, the blade cover does not fully open. If it is forced open the blade cover could get stuck in its open position.
  • Country Road boys’ sweatshirt 20 Sep 2016
    Country Road has recalled its indigo elephant crew sweatshirt for boys. Snaps could detach from the tops and pose a choking hazard to young children.
  • Mamas & Papas stroller 14 Sep 2016
    Mamas & Papas has recalled its Armadillo Flip XT stroller. When in the parent-facing position, a latch may slip and cause the seatback to tip backwards. If the safety harness is not used or is used incorrectly, your child could fall out of the stroller and be injured.
  • GlucaGen® HypoKit 13 Sep 2016
    Novo Nordisk Pharmaceuticals Ltd has recalled two batches of its GlucaGen® HypoKit. During use, some needles may detach from the supplied pre-filled syringe.
  • DBI-SALA Lad-Saf™ sleeve 13 Sep 2016
    Capital Safety has recalled its DBI-SALA Lad-Saf™ sleeves as potential misuse may cause the user to fall.
  • The 123 Mart pyjama pants 09 Sep 2016
    The 123 Mart has recalled its pyjama pants. The pants fail to meet mandatory product safety standards as they do not have any fire labelling.
  • Dualit 1.5L polished jug kettle 08 Sep 2016
    Award Appliances has recalled its Dualit 1.5L polished jug kettle with black trim as the plastic viewing windows may shatter. Shattered pieces may pass through the filter and into food or beverages that are consumed.
  • 2600 mAh powerbank 08 Sep 2016
    Webbuilders has recalled its 2600 mAh powerbank. The battery can fall out if the powerbank is dropped. As there are no markings on the battery, it may be re-installed incorrectly. This can lead to overheating and pose a fire risk.
  • Moguchon Canned Retort Ham 07 Sep 2016
    Ottogi NZ Ltd has recalled its Moguchon brand Canned Retort Ham as it contains undeclared milk and soy.
  • Five toys from The 123 Mart 06 Sep 2016
    Some toys sold at The 123 Mart, Dollar Store 123 and Maxout stores have been recalled. The toys contain small parts and pose a choking hazard to young children.
  • Samsung Galaxy Note 7 03 Sep 2016
    Samsung Galaxy Note 7 phones are being recalled around the world, including New Zealand, because of an issue with the battery. Some phones have reportedly caught fire while charging.
  • Mermaid doll 02 Sep 2016
    Avalon International Ltd has recalled its mermaid doll. Small parts could pose a choking hazard to children under three years of age.
  • Medela breast pump wall plug 02 Sep 2016
    Fisher & Paykel has recalled its detachable wall plugs for AC power adapters supplied with some Medela breast pumps. A version of the wall plug could split and expose a live wire which could shock you.

August

  • Green Smoke wall adapter 22 Aug 2016
    Green Smoke has recalled its AC/DC wall adapter. If the adapter’s plastic housing breaks, the wiring may be exposed and could shock you.
  • Filtron and Wix diesel fuel filters 22 Aug 2016
    MANN+HUMMEL has recalled some of its Filtron and Wix diesel fuel filters. A manufacturing fault may result in a diesel leak which could pose a fire hazard.
  • Mercury Diesel DTS engines 16 Aug 2016
    Mercury Marine has recalled some of its Mercury Diesel sterndrive engines equipped with digital throttle and shift (DTS). A sensor failure could cause the engine to shift into forward gear during the start process, even though the remote control handle is in the neutral position. This could cause an accident.
  • Bella Buttercup play bar toys 16 Aug 2016
    Bella Buttercup has recalled two of its play bar toys. The toys could break if the ribbon snaps, causing the beads and bell to come loose. These small parts could pose a choking hazard.
  • Starbucks stainless steel straws 10 Aug 2016
    Starbucks stainless steel straws are rigid and can injure you if used during activity. Children have been injured when using the straws while running or jumping.
  • Musical Knives Food Smoked Chicken Pasta 1 Aug 2016
    MKA Enterprises Ltd has recalled its Musical Knives Food Smoked Chicken Pasta as it contains undeclared soy.

July

  • Prime Smoke salmon 29 Jul 2016
    Prime Foods NZ Ltd has recalled specific batches of its Prime Smoke salmon products as they contain listeria.
  • Woongjin Morning Rice Drink 29 Jul 2016
    Morning Rice Drink made by Woongjin Foods Co. Ltd has been recalled because it contains milk but doesn’t declare it on the label.
  • Cannondale 2010-2012 bicycles 27 Jul 2016
    Cannondale has recalled some of its 2010-2012 Bad Boy and Bad Girl bicycles. Some bicycles have developed cracks where the axle meets the fork leg. This can result in the axle separating from the fork leg which could cause an accident.
  • Ashton guitar amplifier 27 Jul 2016
    MusicWorks has recalled its Ashton GPA10 guitar amplifier. Faulty wiring could cause the primary fuse to blow and there is a chance of an electric shock if the amplifier has been modified.
  • Country Road pom pom socks 27 Jul 2016
    Country Road has recalled its infant pom pom socks. The pom poms could come loose and pose a choking hazard.
  • Supercheap Auto trolley jack 27 Jul 2016
    Supercheap Auto has recalled its 1200kg trolley jack. The trolley jacks may not comply with the required Australian/New Zealand standard for trolley jack durability. Vehicles supported by an unsafe or inappropriately-used trolley jack can fall onto a person, causing injury or death.
  • Denon HEOS 1 Go Pack battery 27 Jul 2016
    Denon has recalled its HEOS 1 Go Pack rechargeable battery. The battery cells in the battery pack may combust and cause a fire.
  • Jazslings dummy and pacifier clips 19 Jul 2016
    Jazslings has recalled its dummy clips. Small parts may come loose and pose a choking hazard. The products also exceed the required length of Australian standards for dummy chains.
  • Aqua Lung scuba diving inflators 12 Jul 2016
    Aqua Lung has recalled some of its Powerline Inflators. The devices may keep inflating after the button is released during a dive. This could cause the diver to ascend too quickly which can result in serious injury.
  • Throw 'N' Catch Net 12 Jul 2016
    Teacher Direct has recalled its Throw 'N' Catch Net. The product may suddenly close and trap you, causing injury.
  • Smiggle Yoyo Loco yoyos 5 Jul 2016
    Smiggle has recalled its Yoyo Loco Crazy Lights and Sounds yoyos. If the yoyo is dropped or hits an object, the button batteries could come out. Children may suffer severe injuries if the batteries are swallowed.
  • Danny’s Filled Pita Breads 5 Jul 2016
    Pita Bread Ltd has recalled its Danny’s Filled Pita Bread products as they contain undeclared soy.
  • 2 Thule bike carriers 5 Jul 2016
    Thule has recalled two of its Sprint bike carriers. A defect in the clamping mechanism could cause your bike to come loose from your vehicle.

June

  • Arlec Handheld Worklights 27 Jun 2016
    Arlec has recalled its WLED15 Rechargeable Handheld Worklights. Some materials used in the worklight do not comply with Australian/New Zealand standard flammability requirements. If the worklight overheats, it could burn you or cause a fire.
  • Goldair Bathroom Heaters 27 Jun 2016
    Goldair has recalled a specific batch of its GBH400 Bathroom Heaters as they could cause a fire.
  • ECHO Top Handle Chainsaws 24 Jun 2016
    Allpower Industries has recalled its ECHO CS2510 TES Top Handle Chainsaws. A build-up of dust and debris around the engine may pose a potential fire or burns hazard.
  • Camalot climbing devices 21 Jun 2016
    Southern Approach has recalled its Camalot and Camalot Ultralight spring-loaded camming devices. Some devices may not be assembled properly and could come apart during use.
  • HP notebook PC batteries 21 Jun 2016
    HP have recalled some of its laptop batteries. The batteries may overheat and could cause a fire or burn you.
  • Syncros bicycle seatpost 15 Jun 2016
    Sheppard Cycles Australia has recalled its Syncros FL1.0 seatpost. The seatpost may break and cause the rider to fall.
  • 2 STIHL hedge trimmers 14 Jun 2016
    STIHL Limited have recalled two of its cordless hedge trimmers. A malfunction of the electronics could cause the machine to start when only one trigger switch is pressed.
  • Hard Yakka safety boots 10 Jun 2016
    Workwear Group have recalled its Hard Yakka Hero Boots as the toe caps may not pass the required impact tests. If a heavy item falls on the boots, the toe caps may not protect your feet properly.
  • 4 flavours of ROAR Kale chips 10 Jun 2016
    Nom Nom Nosh Ltd have recalled its ROAR brand Kale chips as the products may contain E. coli.
  • Eta Chocolate Raisins 07 Jun 2016
    Griffin’s Foods Ltd has recalled a specific batch of its Eta brand Chocolate Raisins, as the product may contain chocolate-coated peanuts.

May

  • Brayco dining chairs 31 May 2016
    Brayco Ltd has recalled its TCH Replica Tolix Dining Chairs. The tapering of the inside bottom of the chair legs could trap or cut you.
  • Ultimate Charging Kit 31 May 2016
    Books & Gifts Direct has recalled its Power Charge Ultimate Charging Kit. The white 2-pin USB power supply included in the kit does not comply with New Zealand electrical safety standards and could give you an electric shock.
  • TwinGo Original child carriers 30 May 2016
    TwinGo has recalled its Original child carriers. The waist buckle can break and could cause a child to fall.
  • Claridges Botanicals tea products 24 May 2016
    Fieldfresh NZ Ltd has recalled specific batches of its Claridges Botanicals brand Green Tea and Houjicha Tea Leaves as these products may contain salmonella.
  • BRP Can-Am Commander vehicles 18 May 2016
    Bombardier Recreational Products Inc. (BRP) has recalled its Can-Am Commander side-by-side vehicles equipped with Dynamic Power Steering. If the coupling splines on the steering rack strip, you could lose steering control.
  • Red all-terrain vehicle helmets 17 May 2016
    Styx Mill have recalled its red all-terrain vehicle (ATV) helmets. Due to a manufacturing error the helmets do not meet the NZS 8600 standard and may not offer you the required level of protection.
  • Specialized Flux & Stix bike lights 16 May 2016
    Specialized Bicycles NZ has recalled its Flux and Stix bicycle headlights and tail lights. The lights can overheat and pose a fire and burn hazard.
  • Two brands of butane stoves 11 May 2016
    Supercheap Auto has recalled its Campmaster and Wildcountry dual burner butane stoves. Certain components such as the O-rings and control knobs can fail, which could cause a gas leak or fire.
  • Supercheap Auto vehicle stands 11 May 2016
    Supercheap Auto has recalled its 1200kg Pin & Screw Type Safety Stands. Users could be crushed as the vehicle support stands do not comply with the required AS/NZS 2538:2004 standard.
  • Freedom dining chair 11 May 2016
    Freedom has recalled its Utility Dining Chair. The tapering of the inside bottom of the chair legs could trap or cut you.
  • AquaFresh Smoked Mussels 09 May 2016
    AquaFresh Products Limited has recalled a specific batch of their AquaFresh Smoked Mussels because it may contain listeria.
  • Bundaberg Ginger Beer 09 May 2016
    Bundaberg has recalled their Ginger Beer. The bottle cap can pop off and hit you or a bystander.
  • Ryobi and Homelite line trimmers and brushcutters 06 May 2016
    Ryobi and Homelite petrol line trimmers, brushcutters and brushcutter blades have been recalled. The blade may detach and injure users or bystanders.
  • Kmart 6-volt Mini Quad Bike 05 May 2016
    Kmart has recalled their 6-volt Mini Quad Bike. The charger could give you an electric shock.
  • New World Thorndon bread 05 May 2016
    New World Thorndon is recalling a batch of baked-in-store ciabatta loaves and rolls because it may contain plastic fragments.
  • Two Early Settler chairs 02 May 2016
    Early Settler Saxon and Salvage chairs have been recalled. The tapering of the inside bottom of the chair legs could trap or cut your toes and fingers.

April

  • Jolly Jumper cradle 29 Apr 2016
    Jolly Jumper have recalled their Moses Basket Stand. The assembly of the stand is not strong enough and may break down when being moved across the floor.
  • Ahia freshly smoked fish 27 Apr 2016
    Ngati Porou Fisheries Ltd is recalling its Ahia brand freshly smoked fish products as they may contain listeria.
  • CompuTrainer Blue Flywheels 26 Apr 2016
    RacerMate Inc. is recalling all CompuTrainer Blue Flywheels, supplied with CompuTrainer stationary bikes. The flywheel can shatter while in use and throw pieces of metal.
  • Homemaker 20cm Round Fans 21 Apr 2016
    Kmart have recalled their Homemaker 20cm Round Fans (green). The fan switch can become live and give you an electric shock.
  • Smeg built-in BBQ 14 Apr 2016
    Smeg have recalled their built-in barbecue. One of the gas feeder pipes may corrode and gas could leak out.
  • Delmark Baby Spinach 13 Apr 2016
    Southern Fresh Foods Ltd is recalling their Delmark Baby Spinach packs after the product has tested positive for listeria.
  • Phil & Teds Dash v5 stroller 12 Apr 2016
    Phil & Teds have recalled their Dash v5 stroller. A hinge on the frame can loosen and may pinch users.
  • SRAM & ZIPP 88 bicycle hubs 08 Apr 2016
    SRAM and ZIPP have recalled some of their aluminium bicycle hubs. The front hub flanges can fail and could cause a crash.
  • Kmart metal chairs 08 Apr 2016
    Kmart has recalled some of their metal chairs. The tapering of the inside bottom of the chair legs could trap or cut you. Other news sites have reported children’s toes getting caught in the legs and cut.
  • RECARO children's car seats 05 Apr 2016
    RECARO have recalled their ProRIDE and Performance RIDE children's car seats. In a crash when the car seat is used in a forward-facing position, the tether area could crack and the tether anchorage may detach from the child restraint.
  • PC Locs iQ 10 Charging Station 05 Apr 2016
    PC Locs have recalled their iQ 10 Charging Stations. A potential fault with some USB charging hubs may cause an electric shock.
  • Disney choc chip cookies 04 Apr 2016
    Redwood Pacific Limited is recalling Jacobsen’s Bakery brand Disney Favourites Chocolate Chip Cookies and Disney Frozen Chocolate Chip Cookies (150g). The cookies contain milk which has not been declared as an allergen.

March

  • Delmaine Pitted Cherries 24 Mar 2016
    Delmaine Fine Foods Ltd is recalling a specific batch of its Pitted Cherries as the product may contain glass.
  • Two types of tumble dryers 23 Mar 2016
    Arisit Pty Ltd have recalled Ariston and Indesit tumble dryers. Lint may collect around the rear drum seal of affected dryers and fall near the dryer heater. This could result in the lint catching fire.
  • L’Authentique terrine & rillettes 11 Mar 2016
    Charcuterie du Pacifique Sud Limited is recalling specific batches of its L’Authentique brand terrines and rillettes. The products may contain Listeria.
  • Britax B-Safe 35 car seats 11 Mar 2016
    Britax Childcare (NZ) Ltd have recalled Britax B-Safe 35 infant car seats. Cracks can develop in and around the carry handle grip which could lead to it breaking.
  • Garden of Life Raw Meal 11 Mar 2016
    Garden of Life brand Raw Meal Organic Shake & Meal Replacements imported from the United States are being recalled by the New Zealand importers as these products may contain Salmonella.
  • Evergreen manuka honey 10 Mar 2016
    Evergreen Life Ltd is recalling certain manuka honey products. There is information to suggest non-approved substances, dihydroxyacetone and methylglyoxal, may have been used during the processing of the honey.
  • Toshi children’s sunhats 10 Mar 2016
    Toshi children’s sunhats have been recalled because if the clear plastic toggles break, they could pose a choking hazard.
  • Babyco Florida Cots 10 Mar 2016
    Babyco Florida Cots have been recalled because they were supplied with incorrect signage and instructions. This may lead to misuse and pose a hazard to infants and children.
  • Sony Vaio battery packs 07 Mar 2016
    Sony is recalling some battery packs used in VAIO E Series personal computers (PC). A manufacturing issue means the batteries may overheat and burn.
  • Hair dryers from Kmart 04 Mar 2016
    Kmart is recalling three Beautycare Co. hair dryers because the cord can crack and expose live parts. This poses risk of burn and electric shock.
  • Rewa instant milk powder 04 Mar 2016
    Rewa Instant Full Cream Milk Powder is being recalled because it contains undeclared soy, which some people are allergic to.
  • Buzzy Bee pull-along toys 03 Mar 2016
    Between 3000 and 4000 of the iconic pull-along toys are being recalled because the back wheel can come loose and pose a choking risk.
  • Signature Range ice cream 02 Mar 2016
    Progressive Enterprises Ltd is recalling a batch of its Signature Range Chocolate Ice Cream because it may contain hard plastic.

February

  • 2 Viking Gas Range ovens 24 Feb 2016
    Applico Limited is recalling 2 models of Viking Gas Range ovens. Affected ovens can turn on by themselves and could burn you.
  • Panasonic Toughbook CF-S10 laptop batteries 24 Feb 2016
    Panasonic is recalling the batteries supplied with Toughbook CF-S10 series laptops. Due to a manufacturing condition, the batteries can overheat and could burn you or catch fire.
  • Toyota RAV4 vehicles 19 Feb 2016
    Toyota New Zealand has announced a recall for 9436 RAV4 models due to a possible safety fault involving the shape of the rear seat cushion frame.
  • Mako table saw 250mm 17 Feb 2016
    The Warehouse is recalling all Mako 250mm table saws sold from November 2015 to January 2016. The blade may hit the dust collector and cause parts to fly out.
  • Apple USB-C charge cable 16 Feb 2016
    Some Apple USB-C charge cables that were included with MacBook computers may fail due to a design issue. Your MacBook may not charge properly when it’s connected to a power adapter with an affected cable.
  • Battery packs in Toshiba laptops 15 Feb 2016
    Toshiba is recalling the Panasonic battery packs that come with some of its laptops. The affected battery packs could overheat and cause a burn or fire.
  • Peter Rabbit baby rattle 10 Feb 2016
    If the rattle comes into contact with water or is subjected to pressure, the seams on the rattle may open and release small round beads. This poses a choking hazard for small children.
  • Companion Brands Portable Camping Butane Heater 10 Feb 2016
    Gladiator Sports is recalling the Companion Brands Portable Camping Butane Heater as users may be at risk of carbon monoxide poisoning.
  • Naked Vapour AC USB adapter 10 Feb 2016
    Some AC adapters that were sold in e-cigarette starter kits and individually by Naked Vapour have a manufacturing fault. The live and neutral terminals were reversed so there is a risk of electric shock.
  • Bosch PSS Series Orbital Sanders 10 Feb 2016
    A defect in the ventilation wheel could cause the device housing to break. Small parts could be ejected and live parts exposed, potentially causing injury or life-threatening electric shock.
  • Alpine PDR Series amplifiers 10 Feb 2016
    Some Alpine PDR Series Amplifiers are being recalled as they don't have enough insulation and could overheat and cause a fire.
  • The 123 Mart toys 10 Feb 2016
    Some toys sold at The 123 Mart, Dollar Store 123 and Maxout stores have been recalled. They fail to meet the mandatory product safety standards for toys because they can release small parts, posing choking risk.
  • Evinrude E-TEC G2 outboards 02 Feb 2016
    BRP is recalling Evinrude E-TEC G2 74° V6 (3.4 L) outboard engines because the steering system may lose hydraulic fluid and result in a loss of steering control.
  • Two cots from Baby City 02 Feb 2016
    Baby City is recalling the Milano Phoenix and Baby Max/Milano Sleigh cots. The cots pose a potential snag hazard, could crack around the mattress base support and may have incomplete signage and instructions.

January

  • Apple AC wall plug adapters 29 Jan 2016
    Apple has recalled their AC wall plug adapters for Mac and certain iOS devices. Affected Apple two-prong wall plug adapters may break and create a risk of electric shock.
  • Microsoft Surface Pro power cords 27 Jan 2016
    Microsoft has recalled their AC power cords for Microsoft Surface Pro, Microsoft Surface Pro 2, and Microsoft Surface Pro 3 devices. Damaged cords may cause a fire or electric shock.

2015

December

  • Parmco gas hobs 15 Dec 2015
    Three models of Parmco gas hobs have been recalled because the ball bearing stop in the wok burner base may dislodge, allowing gas to escape.
  • Santa Rosa smoked chicken 11 Dec 2015
    Santa Rosa brand Manuka Smoked Chicken (1kg) may be undercooked.
  • Beehive shaved ham 09 Dec 2015
    Premier Beehive NZ Ltd are initiating a recall of Beehive Shaved Champagne Ham (200g Family Pack) because it may contain listeria.
  • Fruzio frozen berries 07 Dec 2015
    MPI has recalled Fruzio blackberries, strawberries, mixed berries and three berry mix. These recalls follow MPI’s investigation of the link between imported frozen berries and four cases of hepatitis A.
  • Two brands of coconut yoghurt 01 Dec 2015
    Alpine brand and No Udder brand coconut yoghurt contain milk but this isn’t declared on the labels.

November

  • Haier washing machines 26 Nov 2015
    Two top-loading Haier washing machines pose fire risk. The machines need to be repaired to eliminate this risk.
  • Butternut squash ravioli 23 Nov 2015
    Bertagni Sweet Butternut Squash Ravioli contains almonds and cashew nuts but this isn’t declared on the labels.
  • Two fuel transfer pumps 23 Nov 2015
    The packaging claims they are suitable for use with petrol, but they aren’t. Using the pumps with petrol could cause a fire.
  • Kmart claydough decorations 23 Nov 2015
    The battery covers may not be adequately secured and children could access the button batteries.
  • Fisher & Paykel cooktops 13 Nov 2015
    These cooktops may not be earthed effectively, creating the risk of an electric shock.
  • Jumbuck 6-burner barbecue 06 Nov 2015
    The flames could reach the plastic control knobs and cause them to get very hot, posing burn risk.
  • Kmart girls’ nightwear 06 Nov 2015
    UPDATE: New products added to recall. Several types of girls’ nightwear doesn’t comply with a mandatory standard for children’s nightwear.
  • Savage Arms B.MAG rifle 06 Nov 2015
    The bolt may catch the safety button and switch it to the “fire” position.
  • Anti-freezes & coolants 06 Nov 2015
    Havoline Xtended Life Anti-freeze/Coolant Concentrate and Caltex Extended Life Coolant Concentrate Anti-freeze don’t have child-resistant caps.
  • Nutriblend & NutriInfusion 03 Nov 2015
    An internal component of the blenders is made of unsuitable materials and could cause a fire.
  • Coconut drinks & powder 02 Nov 2015
    UPDATE: New products added to recall. Imported coconut drinks and powders contain milk products but it’s not declared on the labels.

October

  • Delmaine and Pams ravioli 21 Oct 2015
    Delmaine Beef and Tomato Ravioli and Pams Beef Ravioli may contain hard plastic.
  • Kmart Homemaker blender 16 Oct 2015
    The blender is poorly sealed and internal components are made of unsuitable materials. If liquid leaks into the blender this may cause a fire.
  • Breville Fast Slow Cooker lid gasket 16 Oct 2015
    If the lid gasket is inserted incorrectly, contrary to the instructions provided, pressure may build up and release unexpectedly.
  • Cordtech cable reels 15 Oct 2015
    Some Cordtech cable reels are being recalled because it’s possible to touch live parts through a hole where the cable exits the socket assembly.
  • Smiggle marker pens 05 Oct 2015
    The Original Spy Marker Pen and Notebook Lock Holographic with Spy Pen are being recalled because the button cell batteries may fall out.

September

  • Britax ClickTight car seats 25 Sept 2015
    The harness adjuster button may stick in the unlocked position.
  • MPI issues coconut milk warning 24 Sep 2015
    People with dairy allergies and intolerances are being warned to avoid four brands of imported coconut milk.
  • Used Toyota Voltz & Pronard 10 Sep 2015
    420 used import Voltz and Pronard models’ airbags may deploy unexpectedly. The cars were recalled in 2013 for the same reason.
  • Focus mountain bikes 04 Sep 2015
    2015 Focus Whistler 27R 5.0 mountain bikes have been recalled because the frame may break, causing the rider to fall.

August

  • Chocolate bavarian cheesecake 31 Aug 2015
    Everyday Entertainer Chocolate Bavarian Cheesecake may contain bacillus cereus, which can make people sick.
  • Kenwood Blend-X Pro 21 Aug 2015
    The BLM80 range is being recalled because the blades may break during operation. This poses a cutting and choking risk.
  • Ultrasonic Pest Repeller 21 Aug 2015
    The product does not meet electrical safety standards and may cause electric shock.
  • Packaged chicken meals 20 Aug 2015
    Four packaged chicken meals by Kaweka Food Co. and Weight Watchers have been recalled because they may contain chicken bone fragments.
  • Sheep’s milk cheese 20 Aug 2015
    Le Marche Francais has recalled a batch of Perail La Tradition brand Perail de Brebis (raw sheep’s milk cheese) because it may contain listeria and salmonella.
  • PowerGuard tablet charger 14 Aug 2015
    A problem with the Tablet Protector charger can cause electric shock.

July

June

May

April

  • Homebrand bleach 29 Apr 2015
    Small holes may develop at the bottom of the bottle. This could cause a slow leak and accidental exposure to the bleach.
  • Bluebird Snack Packs 24 Apr 2015
    The products could contain pieces of white plastic.
  • Founders 1981 Pale Ale 24 Apr 2015
    The beer may contain fine glass particles.
  • Shark Rocket 14 Apr 2015
    Another model of Shark vacuum has been recalled.
  • Bean curd products 10 Apr 2015
    Te Chang & Xin-Peng-Lai snacks may contain Dimethyl Yellow.
  • Ozito garden blower 02 Apr 2015
    The outer enclosure of the blower may become damaged, exposing sharp objects and causing shock risk.
  • Homemaker hammock 02 Apr 2015
    Kmart has recalled a hammock because its fabric may deteriorate and tear.
  • Heller fan heaters 02 Apr 2015
    The heaters do not comply with the required New Zealand safety standards.
  • Flashing Animal Ring 01 Apr 2015
    The ring could be pulled apart, exposing the batteries. Children could then swallow the batteries.
  • 3M Secure Fit Eyewear 01 Apr 2015
    If something hits the glasses, the arms could break off. This could cause an eye injury.

March

  • Blitzem Wasp Killer 18 Mar 2015
    Rust and corrosion may affect the bottom of the aerosol can, causing it to burst and shoot upwards if stored upright.
  • Two Shark vacuum models 16 Mar 2015
    A cord issue could cause a burn or shock while vacuuming.
  • Kathmandu rechargeable torch 13 Mar 2015
    An issue with the rechargeable battery can cause the USB-charging cable to heat up and melt.
  • Easy Step 4.1m ladder 13 Mar 2015
    The ladders do not meet the mandatory safety standard.
  • Two Smiggle products 13 Mar 2015
    The screw to secure the battery compartment in both products is missing.
  • Werner multi-ladders 03 Mar 2015
    The ladders do not comply with all of the requirements in the madatory safety standard.
  • Venerdi Organic Sourdough 02 Mar 2015
    Venerdi is recalling its Toast me Organic Sourdough gluten-free bread after discovering it has been contaminated with gluten.

February

  • Mercury Diesel 3.0L boat engine 27 Feb 2015
    Marine Power International has identified a situation whereby the oil supply line to the turbocharger could loosen.
  • Avalanche airbag canisters 27 Feb 2015
    Grey steel canisters filled on or before 2 December 2014 may have been contaminated during the filling process.
  • Copper Kettle sea salt potato chips 11 Feb 2015
    Bluebird Foods are recalling a batch of Copper Kettle Sea Salt 150g Potato Chips after small pieces of wood were discovered in some packs.

January

2014

December

  • Rhino Extension Ladder 17 Dec 2014
    Rhino Extension Ladder may not support the full rated weight.
  • Nice & Naturals Nutricious Balance 05 Nov 2014
    Nice & Natural is recalling their Nice & Natural Nutricious Balance nut mix after discovering one batch of the product may contain salmonella.

November

  • Performer powerboard 26 Nov 2014
    The electrical contacts of the sockets are poorly aligned and the plastic enclosure does not meet the flammability requirements of the applicable standard.
  • Panasonic CF-H2 Tablet PC Battery 26 Nov 2014
    The Panasonic CF-H2 Tablet PC Battery battery could overheat or burn.
  • Toshiba Power Cords 26 Nov 2014
    The connector on these Toshiba Laptop/Notebook power cords could overheat.
  • Inflatable Bubble Spa 25 Nov 2014
    Inadequate safety features in this inflatable bubble spa could cause fatal electric shock or fire.
  • Universal Adaptor 20 Nov 2014
    The adaptors do not comply with AS/NZ3122 standard
  • BeBops pocket nappy shells 18 Nov 2014
    The holes cut for the snaps on BeBops OSFM pocket nappy shells may be too large and can let the snaps pull loose and fall out.
  • Surelock II rubber handles 18 Nov 2014
    Aqua Lung is recalling all SureLock II rubber weight pocket handles.
  • Chevron 4 and 6-outlet power boards 7 Nov 2014
    Fire risk leads Countdown to recall two power boards.
  • Two Vege Giant products 7 Nov 2014
    Vege Giant brand Vegetarian Chicken Nuggets 300g and Whole Perfect Vege Giant brand Vegetarian Chicken Cubes 300g (No Flavour) are being recalled because they contain egg, which is not declared on the product labelling.
  • Golden Boy fish sauce 6 Nov 2014
    Neill Cropper & Company is recalling Golden Boy Fish Sauce 200ml after discovering a piece of glass in one of the bottles.

October

  • Louis Garneau aerodynamic helmet 31 Oct 2014
    Louis Garneau Sports Inc. of St-Augustin-de-Desmaures, Québec, is voluntarily recalling approximately 11 units of the P-09 aerodynamic bicycle helmet sold in New Zealand.
  • Kmart apple cutter 29 Oct 2014
    Kmart is recalling an apple cutter because the metal cutting section may separate from the plastic frame.
  • Golden Circle beetroot slices 22 Oct 2014
    Some Golden Circle canned beetroot slices 450g are being recalled because they may not contain enough liquid.
  • Candylishus Gumball Paint Cans and Candylishus Jellybean Paint Cans 14 Oct 2014
    The handles have been detaching from the sides of the containers and the metal rivets are falling in.
  • Chesdale cheese slices 250g 07 Oct 2014
    Chesdale Cheese Slices 250g (12 single slices, smoked flavour) could contain thin clear plastic.
  • Thermomix TM31 07 Oct 2014
    The sealing ring of the mixing bowl may not function properly.
  • Continental motorcycle tyres 01 Oct 2014
    Separation may occur between the tread and belt and result in air loss from the tyre. Loss of air could affect motorcycle handling and cause or contribute to an accident.
  • Macro almond spread 01 Oct 2014
    Progressive Enterprises Ltd is initiating a recall of all batches of Woolworths Macro Almond spread as the product may contain peanuts.

September

August

  • HP Notebook Power Cord 26 Aug 2014
    On August 26, 2014 HP announced a worldwide voluntary recall and replacement program in cooperation with various government regulatory agencies, for affected AC power cords distributed worldwide.
  • Redken-branded PowerBank phone charger 26 Aug 2014
    If incorrectly used it could overheat or shatter when left charging for an extended period.
  • Kikki K Under the Sea table set 25 Aug 2014
    Table set contains a fork with tines (teeth) that can break off with pressure or when dropped.
  • Best Buy Outlet Powerboards 19 Aug 2014
    Best Buy 4 outlet powerboards with the model numbers LA025A and LA025B can cause a fire.
  • Delmaine baby gherkins 19 Aug 2014
    Delmaine Fine Foods is recalling their Baby Gherkins 670g due to the risk of glass contamination.
  • Freedom bamboo bathmat 14 Aug 2014
    Plastic feet can detach from under mat and cause a fall.
  • Nouveau 16L electronic dehumidifier 08 Aug 2014
    In a small number of the NH-DB16E models it was discovered a capacitor can overheat and surrounding plastic could possibly catch alight.
  • See-Doo Spark Personal Watercraft 08 Aug 2014
    The steering column / handlebar of the Sea-Doo Spark Personal Watercraft may have been incorrectly manufactured by the supplier and could break under rough riding conditions.
  • Plug adaptors for Phonak wireless accessories 08 Aug 2014
    The plastic cover on plug adaptors for Phonak wireless accessories can come off the adaptor and expose live parts.
  • Simx Mightylites (LED floodlights) 07 Aug 2014
    Water may enter the light fitting around the lens and, in some cases, make the body of the light electrically live.

July

  • Acorn 120 Superglide Stairlifts 30 Jul 2014
    Acorn 120 Superglide Straight Stairlifts are being recalled because a problem has been identified with a weld between the seat post and stairlift assembly.
  • Whittaker's Almond Gold Mini Slab 30 Jul 2014
    Blue plastic has been found in some of the chocolate.
  • Goldair wall-mounted fan heaters 29 Jul 2014
    Energy Safety has prohibited the use and sale of two models of Goldair-branded wall-mounted bathroom fan heaters because they have caused a number of fires.
  • Gorilla Multi Ladders 23 Jul 2014
    These ladders may not comply with the mandatory ladder safety standard.
  • Select Dog Bones Wholegrain 1kg 21 Jul 2014
    Bones could contain string or twine, which can pose a food safety risk for dogs.
  • Actavis Amoxicillin 21 Jul 2014
    Glass fragments have been found in two bottles of Actavis Amoxicillin.
  • Moda electric hot pack 18 Jul 2014
    A component failure may make the hot packs unsafe when plugged in for pre-heating.
  • SCOTT Sportster bikes 16 Jul 2014
    The fork may break, causing the front wheel to detach and create a fall hazard to riders.

June

  • Child's table set 29 Jun 2014
    The melamine fork in the set can break when force is applied to the teeth of the fork.
  • Prohibition notice: Goldair Branded Wall-mounted Fan Heaters Models 3108 and 3109 26 June 2014
    Goldair Branded Wall-mounted Fan Heaters Models 3108 and 3109 have been prohibited by Energy Safety.
  • Wooden candle holders 19 Jun 2014
    The candle holders may catch alight as the candle burns down and cause a fire or result in burns.
  • Smiggle Whirlpool superball 19 Jun 2014
    If the ball is left unattended and exposed to direct sunlight it may create excessive heat due to a magnifying effect.
  • Yellowstone folio case 19 Jun 2014
    The rubber tip may detach from the stylus and become a choking hazard to small children.
  • Wattie's spaghetti 19 Jun 2014
    The product has a possible packaging defect which may cause the inside lid layer to fail and affect the food.
  • B-Well steam sterilisers 18 Jun 2014
    Moisture may enter the electronics or power cable and could cause a short circuit or a high leakage current.
  • Skate helmets 18 Jun 2014
    Independent tests show these helmets don’t meet mandatory safety standards.
  • Weiss heat transfer units 18 Jun 2014
    As of Friday 20 June 2014, Weiss Heat Transfer Units will be prohibited from sale and use.
  • Chia powder & smoothie mix 17 Jun 2014
    The product may contain Salmonella.
  • Basil Pesto Aioli dip 17 Jun 2014
    The label on the lid states ‘Basil Pesto Aioli Dip’ however the label on the pottle states ‘Cucumber & Mint Yoghurt Dip’.
  • Mothballs and moth flakes 04 Jun 2014
    Mothballs are being removed from sale in New Zealand because of concern about the risk of poisoning to children

May

April

  • Merida S-Presso bicycles 28 Apr 2014
    The lower steerer tube of the aluminium front fork on some models of Merida S-Presso bikes could break.
  • Jolly KidZ smart door barriers 28 Apr 2014
    The bolts on some Jolly KidZ/Protoys smart door barriers that can't be fully tightened.
  • Just Jeans and OMM junior clothing 23 Apr 2014
    Junior Girls jeans & OMM Junior Boys cargo pants & shorts recall - hazardous azo-colourants in the dye
  • Haka Bodyshock mouthguards 23 Apr 2014
    Some Bodyshock mouthguards pose a choking hazard due to an adhesive weakness
  • Kawashima Pro2000i inverter generator 23 Apr 2014
    The 12 volt battery charger outlet and the plug on its lead could be mistaken for a 240 volt outlet and plug. If plugged into a 240 volt outlet there is a serious electrical safety hazard.
  • Toyota cars 10 Apr 2014
    Toyota New Zealand has recalled a number of New Zealand vehicles as part of a global recall.
  • Evenflo carseat harness buckle 08 Apr 2014
    Some Evenflo carseats use a harness crotch buckle which may become resistant to unlatching over time.
  • Smiggle Loopz fan 08 Apr 2014
    Smiggle Loopz fan - Line 442678 - overheating could cause the batteries in this fan to leak.
  • Aprilia Caponord 1200 motorbikes 07 Apr 2014
    Some of these motorbikes have a faulty engine control part.
  • 2013 Polaris Ranger vehicles 01 Apr 2014
    The throttle cable on 2013 Polaris Ranger 500 and Ranger 500 Crew vehicles may jam.
  • Downee safety gate latches 01 Apr 2014
    The magnet may dislodge from the latch and stop the latch from locking.

March

  • Sun Country sparkling grape juice 31 Mar 2014
    Some bottles have a low level of fermentation which may cause the contents to leak or the bottle to break.
  • Dyson AM04 and AM05 heaters 18 Mar 2014
    Dyson is recalling all AM04 and AM05 heaters due to a potential safety issue.
  • Lockon towbar for the Ford Territory 14 Mar 2014
    There is a risk of damage or failure of the towbar when towing.
  • Play School egg maracas 14 Mar 2014
    If the egg-shaped maraca comes apart the small plastic or metal balls in the cavity will be released. This is a risk for small children.
  • Steelcraft baby strollers 14 Mar 2014
    A defect may cause a person's finger to become caught in the stroller hinge while the stroller is being folded.
  • Ox multipurpose ladders 12 Mar 2014
    The ladders do not comply with the mandatory safety standard because of an issue with the hinges.

February

January