Wednesday, June 4, 2008

Attack of the Killer Tomatoes: Topsy-Turvy Recall Alert

The legs on the bottom of the planter can detach when the planter is moved or becomes unbalanced. This could cause the planter to fall and injure bystanders.

Incidents/Injuries: The firm has received 347 reports of the planters collapsing; 155 consumers have reported injuries including lacerations, broken toes and bruises. QVC has also received reports of property damage caused when the planter collapsed onto nearby items.

Consumers who have already set up the planter should immediately take it down by having two adults carefully tip it over on its side. Consumers who purchased the planter through a QVC television program or were mailed instructions on obtaining a refund. Consumers who have not received instructions should contact QVC. Consumers who purchased the planter at a QVC store should return the planter to any QVC store to receive a full refund.

I know lots of QVC customers have been having a difficult time trying to get this fixed with the Q. Maybe now that it's officially a recall, things will get resolved faster.

There's nothing like a fresh, homegrown tomato (sliced with a little salt and fresh-ground pepper on it! Yum!), but not when they are knocking you in the head!

1 comment:

  1. People actually paid money for this ugly flimsy looking piece of crap?


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