Retailer West Elm is recalling 6,000 saddle bar and counter stools due to a potential fall hazard. The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) announced the recall on Tuesday after receiving six reports of the stool legs breaking. One injury was reported. A total of 16 models are part of in the recall, including eight bar stools and eight counter height stools. In addition to the 6,000 units, the recall covers 100 sold in Canada. Made in China, they were sold at West Elm stores, online at www.westelm.com and from the West Elm catalog from July 2013 through November 2015. Single stools retailed from $370 to $500, and a set of two retailed from $740 to $1,000. Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled stools and contact West Elm for information on returning the items for a full refund. The store is also contacting known purchasers directly. West Elm, a unit of Williams-Sonoma, can be contacted toll free at 844-824-8911 from 7 a.m. to midnight Eastern time daily. More information also is available online at www.westelm.com by clicking on the Safety Recalls section under the “About Us” link at the bottom of the page.
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