The retailer has issued an urgent recall on the Cuggl … Argos says testing has shown the back of the chair could fail, which could lead to a child falling out. Unfortunately, the same can’t be said for 2018, which has already seen two recalls of defective chairs in the first three months: the Skip Hop Tuo and the … Our experts picked the best high chairs of the year. ARGOS is warning parents they need to stop using a Cuggl high chair immediately over fears it could fall over when their child is in it. The retail giant has warned parents who bought the Cuggl Mushroom High Chair to stop using it immediately. Argos is warning parents to stop using the Cuggl high chair immediately over concerns that it could fall over when their child is in it.. Testing has shown that in some cases the back of the chair could fail, resulting in a child falling from the high chair. October 13, 2020. Not one chair was recalled. Parents have been warned to stop using the high chairs and to return them for a full refund. Updated Tuesday, 29th September 2020, ... Several models from the Argos Cuggl high chair range are being recalled, with buyers urged to return them to any Argos store for a full refund of £39.99. Testing has shown that if a child leans sideways in the high chair there is a risk that the chair could topple over, injuring the child and damaging the high chair. The Cuggl Mushroom High Chair is being recalled after testing showed that it could be dangerous when used. ***September 2020*** Argos has alerted us that it is recalling the Cuggl Deluxe Sheep high chair due to a safety issue. Cuggl Mushroom High Chair product recall "Notice issued 6th September 2019 We want to bring your attention to a potential safety issue with the Cuggl Mushroom High Chair, catalogue number 7094143.Testing has shown that if a child leans sideways in the high chair there is a risk that the chair could topple over, injuring the child and damaging the high chair. An urgent recall of the Cuggl Mushroom High Chair has been issued after testing revealed that it could be dangerous. ARGOS has launched an urgent recall on a model of high chair after a major safety risk was highlighted. ARGOS has recalled three Cuggl high chairs over fears a safety issue could cause tots to fall out of them. We want to bring your attention to a potential safety issue with the Cuggl Mushroom High Chair, catalogue number 7094143. From $20, no-frills seats to chairs that grow with your baby, these best high chairs deserve a seat at the table. Argos stores across Bucks have launched an urgent recall on a model of high chair after a major safety risk was highlighted.. Several models from the Argos Cuggl high chair range are being recalled, with buyers urged to return them to any Argos store for a full refund of £39.99. Last year, however, high chairs and booster seats didn’t crack the list. The mass retailer has issued a recall of all Cuggl Mushroom high chairs after test results emerged that it is potentially dangerous when in use. ARGOS Ireland has issued an urgent recall on a popular high chair over safety fears.