Notice to Inspect
Voluntary Notice to Inspect
Wild Country takes matters of safety very seriously and therefore if there is ever a problem with any Wild Country equipment we will always take the responsible course of action - which sometimes means we will ask you to inspect a product yourself before continuing to use it.
On these pages you will find details of any products we have decided need to be inspected as well as detailed information on how to identify the product, carry out the inspection and if necessary return the product.
Wild Country apologises for any inconvenience these notices may cause.
What is a ‘Voluntary Notice to Inspect’?
A ‘Voluntary Notice to Inspect’ is not the same as a “Product Recall"
‘Voluntary' means that Wild Country has chosen to issue this notice; we have not been requested to do it by any official body.
'Notice to inspect’ means you are invited to inspect the product yourself, there is no requirement to send it back to Wild Country unless you identify a problem.
In practice this means you can inspect your product yourself using the guidelines described in the ‘Voluntary Notice to Inspect’ and if your product passes this inspection you can continue to use it safely.
There is no need to return your product to your retailer or Wild Country if it passes the inspection and you can be assured it is safe to use.
For more information don’t hesitate to contact Wild Country using the details in the “Voluntary Notice to Inspect’ or on the Wild country Web Site.
Current Notices Include:
Wild Country Friends - Notice to Inspect - Issued 31/03/2017 (GB, FRA, GER, ITA, ESP)