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An urgent recall has been issued for two products sold through Australia Post over fears children could swallow their harmful button batteries. 

The Nice & Nifty LED String Lights and Nice & Nifty Light Up Bunny Sign were recalled last Friday after concerns the battery compartments were not secure.

Both products were sold online and in-store at Australia Post retailers across the country. 

The button battery in both products may be easily accessible to children with no safety warning labels present on packaging.   

A recall has been issued for Nice & Nifty LED String Lights sold from Australia Post outlets between Oct 3 2020 - Sep 13 2021 (pictured)

A recall has been issued for Nice & Nifty LED String Lights sold from Australia Post outlets between Oct 3 2020 - Sep 13 2021 (pictured)

A recall has been issued for Nice & Nifty LED String Lights sold from Australia Post outlets between Oct 3 2020 – Sep 13 2021 (pictured)

Product Safety Australia warned button batteries present a choking hazard to young children and if swallowed, could result in internal burn injuries, serious illness and even death. 

Anyone who purchased the Nice & Nifty LED String Lights are advised to immediately and carefully dispose of any packaging from the product, including the ‘try me’ button.

Anyone who purchased the Nice & Nifty Light Up Bunny Sign is also encouraged to return the product to an Australia Post outlet for a full refund.

For more information, consumers can contact Australia Post on 13 13 18.

The Nice & Nifty Light Up Bunny Sign was sold from Mar 6 2021 - Sep 13 2021 (pictured)

The Nice & Nifty Light Up Bunny Sign was sold from Mar 6 2021 - Sep 13 2021 (pictured)

The Nice & Nifty Light Up Bunny Sign was sold from Mar 6 2021 – Sep 13 2021 (pictured)

Source: DailyMail

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