Ikea's Swedish furniture company today announced that it was pulling around 45,000 bending boards being sold around the world as there was a risk of extending their board, the French press reported.
"Download only applies to GLIVARP white hosts sold after January 1, 2017," said the chain. The message comes after about 50 warnings to users who have been notified when they delete and drop the mass extension board. Six people were injured, three of whom needed "medical care," said company spokesman Therese Fagerstedt at AFP.
Glavarp's 45,563 times have been sold worldwide since January 2017 – at a price of 249 euros each (199 euros for the smallest model), the company said. Owners of Glivepar boards are invited to return to the shops to be compensated.
The Swedish company store site in Bulgaria states that the following two models are: 20334700 GLIVARP and 50334708 GLIVARP, writes monitor.bg. IKEA invites users who bought the appropriate table into one of the two available available (125 / 188x85cm and 125 / 115x70cm) after February 2017 to return to IKEA where the money for the purchase is fully repaid or will be able to put another similar product in place.
You do not need to submit a receipt against the refund or refurbishment of a product.