PBteen recalls ottoman beds

PBteen, a division of San Francisco–based Williams–Sonoma Inc., has recalled about 3,000 ottoman beds because they fail to meet the federal open–flame mattress standard, 16 CFR Part 1633. The beds were produced in Taiwan and imported by PBteen.

No injuries or incidents associated with the beds have been reported, according to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, which issued the recall notice.

The recall is for mattresses sold as part of PBteen ottoman beds. The multifunctional ottomans, which can turn into a twin–size bed, can be used for sitting or sleeping. They were sold with a cover in stone, navy, ivory or pink colorways. The ottoman cover has a tag that reads “PBteen” and a label with registration number CA–31586 (TW).

The beds, which retailed for about $300, were sold through the PBteen catalog and Web site from August 2008 through November 2009.

The CPSC tells consumers to contact PBteen to receive a free cover that will bring the mattress into compliance with the flammability standard. Consumers can contact the company by calling 866–472–3010.

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