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Consumers (04-10-2005)

RAPEX Weekly Report

RAPEX is the EU rapid alert system for all dangerous consumer products, with the exception of food, pharmaceutical and medical products. It allows for the rapid exchange of information between Member States and the Commission with regard to items posing a potential serious risk to the health and safety of consumers and measures taken by Member States to prevent, restrict or impose specific conditions on the marketing of these products. The revised General Product Safety Directive, which entered into force in January 2004, requires the Commission to publish a weekly report on serious RAPEX notifications to allow the general public access to product safety information. This week’s RAPEX report consists mainly of electrical items, but also features children’s clothing, a model of children’s bicycle, decorative candles and a children’s game.
  1. "Sony" electrical adapter AC sold with Playstation 2
  2. "L&D" electric mitre saw
  3. "Deuzer" electric mitre saw
  4. "Mastech" electric multifunctional multimeter
  5. "Conegliano" electric water jug
  6. "Light fitting" electric ceiling luminaire
  7. MC 200 Electric hot water jug
  8. "Brilux" electric built-in luminaire
  9. "Domino" child’s bicycle with stabilisers
  10. Electric decorative desk lamp
  11. "Yedersome" electric refrigerator/heating cabinet
  12. "Super Bow and Arrows" game
  13. Decorative wine/champagne candles
  14. "Bonite" Boy’s Sport Briefs
The list above is just an overview of the reported products this week. Click here for the full details, which can be found in the weekly RAPEX report. It includes detailed information on the products and risks, the notifying Member State, and the measures adopted to deal with the risk. The Commission does not take any responsibility for the accuracy of the information provided. In the event that further information received from a contact point regarding an already published notification leads to the modification or withdrawal of the information, the Commission will include a corrigendum or notice of withdrawal in the next weekly overview.