IKEA FEMTON Clamp Spot Light Recall

17 June 2008


IKEA FEMTON Clamp Spot Light The following notice has been published in the national press:

IKEA recalls FEMTON clamp spot light FEMTON SPOT LIGHT article number 600.673.23

If you have bought a FEMTON clamp spot light IKEA kindly asks you to bring it back to the Exchange & Returns department of your local IKEA store where you will receive a full refund. The Swedish National Electricity Safety Board has tested the spot light and claims the construction of the lamp could create a risk of over-heating.

IKEA has received no reports of incidents from customers involving over-heating of the FEMTON spot light.

FEMTON is a so called "goose-neck" lamp with a flexible stem that allows the beam to be directed at will. Tests have shown a variation of the stiffness of the flexible stem meaning some lamps could be positioned with the bulb too dose to a surface area, such as a wall, shelf or table top, which could result in over-heating. This is of course not acceptable and immediate measures have been implemented to secure future deliveries. No other lamps are affected.


What To Do

For more information, please visit www.ikea.com or contact customer services on 0845 358 3364.

Electrical Safety First recommends that anyone who discovers they have an electrical item that has been recalled should stop using it until it has been checked by the manufacturer.

Model numbers

Not available.

Recall date 17 Jun 2008
Categories Lighting
Brands IKEA