Fuhu encourages our customers to dispose of their unneeded nabi® tablets safely and in compliance with local laws. We suggest you consult your Municipality, Province or State for information on relevant legislation and ongoing e-waste recycling options in your community.
Your local retailers may also assist in providing local recycling stations for you to drop off your nabi tablet.
To mail back your nabi tablet:
- Send in your nabi tablet ONLY. Please remove the rubber bumper from your nabi, as well as any attachments, accessories and the external microSD card (if one was used).
- Wipe all data from your nabi. Please delete all personal information stored on your tablet.
- Perform a factory reset. Visit nabitablet.com/support for assistance on performing a factory reset.
- Complete form. Please complete and submit the form below.
- Prepare for shipping. Please wrap your nabi tablet securely and place it in a shipping box.
- Give return package to the shipper. Attach the return label to the shipping box and take your return package to a drop-off location for the shipper indicated on the label.
Additional State Information:
Depending on your Province or State, shipping costs for our mail-back recycling program may be free of charge, and/or include a free shipping container provided upon request. The following states may be included and please contact nabi cares at 1-855-ASK-NABI for more information on these programs:
California, Connecticut, Hawaii, Illinois, Indiana, Maine, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia, Wisconsin
- Maryland: Shipping is FREE and a free shipping container will be provided upon request.
- New York: If you live in New York and you purchased a Nabi tablet to replace another brand of tablet, Fuhu, Inc. will recycle your old tablet of another brand at no cost. When submitting completing the mailback form, please include the serial number of your newly purchased nabi tablet.
- Virginia: Virginia e-waste Annual Report