Ikea Recalls Beach Chairs After 6 Fingertip Amputations

01/30/2017 12:52pm ET

Ikea is recalling its Mysingsö beach chairs for a few painful reasons.

According to joint releases from Ikea and the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, the 33,400 beach chairs “can collapse, posing fall and fingertip amputation hazards.”

The U.S. CPSC reports that 13 people from around the world have been injured by the chairs, six of them including fingertip amputations. Below are photos of the chairs that were sold from February 2013 through December 2016 and are now being recalled:

A photo of all of the chairs that are being recalled. 

Customers who purchased the chairs before February 2017 can bring in their chairs for a full refund or free replacement for an updated model.

The Huffington Post has reached out to Ikea for comment and will update this post accordingly.

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