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Burley recalls child bicycle seats

The child seat may become unstable, causing the bike rider to lose control

Burley Design of Eugene, Ore., is recalling about 780 Dash X FM child bicycle seats.

The reclining plate that holds the child seat in place can detach, making the child seat unstable and can cause the bike rider to lose control, posing a crash hazard.

No incidents or injuries are recalled.

This recall involves Dash X FM frame mount child bicycle seats (model number 924004).

The recalled child seats have a serial number beginning in P924 and a lot number beginning in the letter D or E. The serial number and lot number are located on the lower rear of the child seats, on the white label that has “BURLEY” printed on it.

“DASH X” is engraved on the rear of the child seat, near the top.

The child bike seats, manufactured in Portugal, were sold at various bicycle retailers and online at Burley.com, REI.com, Amazon.com from April 2020, through July 2020, for about $190.

What to do

Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled child bicycle seats and contact Burley to receive instructions on how to identify and dispose of the recalled child seat and how to receive a free replacement child seat.

Consumers will be provided with a replacement Dash Bicycle Seat (Dash X FM, Dash FM, or Dash RM).

Consumers may contact Burley at (800\) 311-5294 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. (PT) Monday through Friday, by email at Burley@burley.com, or online at http://www.burley.com and click on the “Safety Recall Information” link at the bottom of the page.

Burley Design of Eugene, Ore., is recalling about 780 Dash X FM child bicycle seats.

The reclining plate that holds the child seat in place can detach, making the child seat unstable and can cause the bike rider to lose control, posing a crash hazard.

No incidents or injuries are recalled.

This recall involves Dash X FM frame mount child bicycle seats (model number 924004).

The recalled child seats have a serial number beginning in P924 and a lot number beginning in the let...

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    Thule Recalls Thule Sleek Car Seat Adapters

    The plastic brackets on the car seat adapter can break

    Thule Group of Sweden is recalling about 1,500 Thule Sleek Car Seat Adapters sold in the U.S., and Canada.

    The plastic brackets on the car seat adapter can break, posing a fall hazard to infants.

    The firm has received three reports of the plastic brackets on the car seat adapters cracking or breaking while in use. No injuries have been reported.

    This recall involves the Thule Sleek Car Seat Adapter used to place a Chicco car seat on the Thule Sleek Stroller.

    The adapter is metal with two black plastic brackets and clips onto the stroller. Only the car seat adapter is included in this recall.

    Product number 11000301 is printed on a sticker located on the adapter’s plastic bracket. The UPC code is 091021188099.

    The adapters, manufactured in China, were sold at REI, Buy Buy Baby, and other stores nationwide and online at Thule.com, and Amazon.com from December 2018, through February 2020, for about $60.

    What to do

    Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled Sleek Car Seat Adapter and contact Thule Group to arrange for the return of the product for a full refund or to receive a free replacement product of a Thule Sleek Bassinet which works on the Thule Sleek Stroller.

    Consumers may contact Thule Group toll-free at (855) 652-2688 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. (ET) Monday through Friday, by email at carseatadapter@thule.com, or online at www.thule.com/carseatadapter for more information.

    Thule Group of Sweden is recalling about 1,500 Thule Sleek Car Seat Adapters sold in the U.S., and Canada.The plastic brackets on the car seat adapter...
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    Dorel Juvenile Group USA recalls inclined sleepers

    Infant fatalities have been reported involving other inclined sleep products

    Dorel Juvenile Group USA of Foxboro, Mass., is recalling about 24,000 Eddie Bauer Slumber and Soothe Rock Bassinets; Disney Baby Doze and Dream Bassinets.

    Infant fatalities have been reported involving other inclined sleep products, after the infants rolled from their back to their stomach or side while unrestrained, or under other circumstances.

    Dorel has received no reports of incidents or injuries.

    This recall involves the Eddie Bauer Slumber and Soothe Bassinet with model number BT055CSY and the Disney Baby Doze and Dream Bassinet with model number BT071DHS. The model numbers are located on a label on the underneath side of the fabric of the inclined sleeper pad.

    The inclined sleepers are rectangular shaped with a soft bottom, cushioned fabric, stand approximately two feet off the floor and are designed for sleeping or napping infants from birth to six months of age.

    The Eddie Bauer Slumber and Sooth Bassinet is beige. The Disney Baby Doze and Dream Bassinet is purple.

    The inclined sleepers, manufactured in China, were sold at Target, Kmart, Ross, Marshalls, TJ Maxx and juvenile product stores nationwide from November 2014, through February 2017, for about $60.

    What to do

    Consumers should immediately stop using the inclined sleepers and contact Dorel for a refund in the form of a $60 voucher.

    Consumers may contact Call Dorel toll-free at (877) 657-9546 or text Dorel at (812) 373-6673 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. (ET) Monday through Friday, by email at inclinesleeperrecall@djgusa.com, or online at www.safety1st.com at and click on “Safety Notices” for more information.

    Dorel Juvenile Group USA of Foxboro, Mass., is recalling about 24,000 Eddie Bauer Slumber and Soothe Rock Bassinets; Disney Baby Doze and Dream Bassinets....
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    Britax recalls modified thru-bolt axles for use with BOB Jogging Strollers

    The modified thru-bolt on the front wheel can fracture

    Britax Child Safety of Fort Mill, S.C., is recalling about 200 modified thru-bolt axles for use with BOB Jogging Strollers distributed through the BOB Information Campaign from January 10 – April 26, 2019.

    The modified thru-bolt on the front wheel can fracture, allowing the wheel to detach from the stroller, posing fall and injury hazards to children in the stroller and adults operating the stroller.

    The firm has received 8 reports of the modified thru-bolt fracturing. There are no reports of injuries.

    This recall involves the modified thru-bolt axle provided by Britax free of charge as one of the available incentives to eligible consumers in connection with the BOB Information Campaign announced on January 10, 2019.

    The model number of the modified thru-bolt axle is S11393700 and it was manufactured for use with BOB Jogging Strollers made between 1/1/2009 to 9/30/2015.

    The modified thru-bolt axles, manufactured in China, were distributed by Britax free of charge to consumers in connection with the BOB Information Campaign announced on January 10, 2019.

    What to do

    Consumers should immediately stop using the modified thru-bolt axle installed on the front wheel of their BOB jogging stroller.

    Britax is contacting consumers directly who received the modified thru-bolt axles and providing them with a free replacement thru-bolt axle.

    Consumers may also contact Britax for a free replacement thru-bolt axle.

    Consumers who have participated in the BOB Information Campaign, and have already been contacted by Britax, will automatically receive a replacement thru-bolt.

    Consumers may contact Britax toll-free at (888) 427-4829 from 9 a.m. and 5:15 p.m. (ET) Monday through Thursday, or between 9 a.m. and 4:45 p.m. (ET) on Friday or by email at US-customerservice@britax.com.

    Britax Child Safety of Fort Mill, S.C., is recalling about 200 modified thru-bolt axles for use with BOB Jogging Strollers distributed through the BOB Info...
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    Stokke recalls Infant Steps Bouncers

    The Stokke Steps Bouncer can detach from the Stokke Steps Chair

    Stokke of Stamford, Conn., is recalling about 4,500 Stokke Steps Bouncers.

    The Stokke Steps Bouncer can detach from the Stokke Steps Chair, posing a fall hazard to the child in the Bouncer.

    The company has received one report of a consumer having difficulty attaching the Steps Bouncer to the Steps Chair. No injuries have been reported.

    This recall includes Stokke Steps Bouncers.

    The bouncers are a part of Stokke Steps all-in-one modular seating system and can be used in combination with the Stokke Steps Chair from birth up to the age of about six months.

    The Stokke Steps Bouncers have a plastic arm and fabric seat and measure about 31 inches by 25 inches by 21 inches. Stokke is printed on the care label and the law tag on the bottom of the recalled bouncers.

    Only Stokke Steps Bouncers with one of the following item numbers and with a serial number found at https://reclamations.stokke.com/stepsbouncer are included in this recall:  

     Item Number

    Description

    483201

    Steps Bouncer US Blue

    483202

    Steps Bouncer US Greige (beige/gray)

    483203

    Steps Bouncer US Pink

    483204

    Steps Bouncer US Gray Clouds

    483205

    Steps Bouncer US White Mountains

    Check for recalled serial numbers at https://reclamations.stokke.com/stepsbouncer

    The item and serial numbers are printed on the tracking label found underneath the bouncer seat plastic frame.

    The Bouncers, manufactured in the Netherlands, were sold at juvenile product stores nationwide, online at www.stokke.com and www.Amazon.com from February 2014, through December 2018, for about $200.

    What to do

    Consumers should immediately stop using the Stokke Steps Bouncer in combination with the Stokke Steps Chair and contact Stokke for a free repair kit. Visit https://reclamations.stokke.com/stepsbouncer to check if the bouncer is included in the recall.

    Once confirmed, consumers should register on the site to receive repair instructions.

    Consumers may continue to use the Stokke Steps Bouncers and the Stokke Steps Chairs separately.

    Consumers may contact Stokke toll-free at( 877) 978-6553 Monday through Friday 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. (ET), by email at info-usa@stokke.com, or online at www.stokke.com and click on “SAFETY RECALL NOTICE” for more information.

    Stokke of Stamford, Conn., is recalling about 4,500 Stokke Steps Bouncers.The Stokke Steps Bouncer can detach from the Stokke Steps Chair, posing a fal...
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    Century Products recalls 4 million infant child seats

    The handle on the seats can crack and break

    Century Products is recalling 4 million rear-facing infant child seats that have a "type 1" handle and manufactured between January 1, 1991, and July 31, 1997.

    The handle on the seats can crack during normal use outside a motor vehicle, which can lead to an unexpected break.

    If the handle unexpectedly breaks, the child could fall to the ground possibly causing serious injuries.

    What to do

    To prevent future cracking or failure of the child seat handle, Century will provide owners with an improved handle and installation instructions.

    Owners should contact Century at (800) 345-4109, to obtain the free replacement handle.

    Century Products is recalling 4 million rear-facing infant child seats that have a "type 1" handle and manufactured between January 1, 1991, and July 31, 1...
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    Target recalls toddler boots

    The unicorn horn on the boot can detach, posing a choking hazard

    Target Corp., of Minneapolis, Minn., is recalling about 22,600 pair of Cat & Jack Unicorn “Chiara” boots.

    The unicorn horn on the boot can detach, posing a choking hazard.

    Four consumers reported the unicorn’s horn detached. No injuries have been reported.

    This recall includes the Cat & Jack “Chiara” toddlers’ unicorn boots in sizes 5-13, and size 1. The boots are white with silver shimmer, include a white zipper, and white faux fur lining.

    The unicorn’s horn and inner ears are silver glitter and its eyelashes and nostrils are stitched and gray in color. At the base of the unicorn’s horn is pink, purple, and blue faux fur. The back and sides of the boots contain multi-colored stripes.

    The model numbers are located on the inside tag of the boot. The recalled model numbers begin with TARGET0930156XX, where XX corresponds to a specific sized boot.

    Item Number

    Product Name

    093-01-5653

    Cat & Jack "Chiara" Boots Size 5

    093-01-5654

    Cat & Jack "Chiara" Boots Size 6

    093-01-5655

    Cat & Jack "Chiara" Boots Size 7

    093-01-5656

    Cat & Jack "Chiara" Boots Size 8

    093-01-5657

    Cat & Jack "Chiara" Boots Size 9

    093-01-5658

    Cat & Jack "Chiara" Boots Size 10

    093-01-5659

    Cat & Jack "Chiara" Boots Size 11

    093-01-5660

    Cat & Jack "Chiara" Boots Size 12

    093-01-5661

    Cat & Jack "Chiara" Boots Size 13

    093-01-5662

    Cat & Jack "Chiara" Boots Size 1

    The boots, manufactured in China, were sold at Target stores nationwide, online at Target.com, and on Google Express from October 2018, through November 2018, for about $27.

    What to do

    Consumers should immediately take the recalled boots away from children and return them to any Target Store for a full refund. ​​

    Consumers may contact Target at (800) 440-0680 from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. (CT) daily or online at www.target.com and click on “Recalls” at the bottom of the page, then on “Clothing” for more information. Consumers can also click the “Product Recalls” tab on Target’s Facebook page for more information.

    Target Corp., of Minneapolis, Minn., is recalling about 22,600 pair of Cat & Jack Unicorn “Chiara” boots.The unicorn horn on the boot can detach, posin...
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    LÍLLÉbaby recalls baby carriers

    The sliding chest-clip strap can detach from the shoulder strap

    LÍLLÉbaby of Golden, Colo., is recalling about 6,600 Active Series baby carriers.

    The sliding chest-clip strap can detach from the shoulder strap, posing a fall hazard to the child in the carrier.

    The company has received three reports of the chest straps detaching from the carrier, including one child that fell out of the carrier. No injuries have been reported.

    This recall involves LÍLLÉbaby Active Series baby carriers that can be worn by the caregiver with the baby strapped into the front or back position.

    The recalled carriers are the Active Series-Pro 6 in 1 in Space Dye Cobalt and Space Dye Grey and the Active All Seasons in Slate.

    Each carrier has a yellow colored tag on the front neck support, outside of the carrier and on the back, chest clip pad, both of which have “LÍLLÉ” printed in black lettering and “baby” printed in white lettering on the label.

    The baby carriers, manufactured in China, were sold at LILLEbaby.com and Amazon.com from September 2018 through October 2018, for about $160.

    What to do

    Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled carriers and contact LÍLLÉbaby to receive a free replacement baby carrier and a full refund. All known purchasers will be notified directly about the recall.

    Consumers may contact LÍLLÉbaby toll-free at (855) 554-5531 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. (MT) Monday through Friday, by email at customerservice@lillebaby.com or online at www.lillebaby.com and click on the Safety link at the bottom of the page for more information.

    LÍLLÉbaby of Golden, Colo., is recalling about 6,600 Active Series baby carriers.The sliding chest-clip strap can detach from the shoulder strap, posin...
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    Eddie Bauer infant carriers recalled

    The buckles on the infant carriers can break

    Gold Inc., doing business as Goldbug, of Denver, Colo., is recalling about 22,000 Eddie Bauer fabric infant carriers.

    The buckles on the infant carriers can break, posing a fall hazard to children.

    The firm is aware of eight reported incidents of broken buckles. No injuries have been reported.

    This recall involves Eddie Bauer fabric infant carriers that are worn by the parent or caregiver with the baby strapped into the front.

    The recalled carriers are black with “Eddie Bauer” and “First Adventure” printed in gray lettering on the front, outside of the carrier.

    The infant carriers, manufactured in China, were sold exclusively at Target stores nationwide and online between December 2017, and August 2018, for about $70.

    What to do

    Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled carriers and contact Gold Inc. to verify that the product is subject to this recall. Once the product is verified, consumers will receive replacement products of comparable value or a full refund.

    Consumers who purchased this recalled product must cut off and return both straps and tag with their name, address, and phone number to receive selected replacement products, free of charge, or a full refund.

    Consumers may contact Gold Inc. toll free at (866) 600-7205 Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. (MT) or by email customerservice@goldbuginc.com or online at www.goldbuginc.com and click on Recalls for more information.

    Gold Inc., doing business as Goldbug, of Denver, Colo., is recalling about 22,000 Eddie Bauer fabric infant carriers.The buckles on the infant carriers...
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    Osprey recalls child backpack carriers

    A child seated in the carrier can slip through the leg openings

    Osprey Child Safety Products and Osprey Packs of Cortez, Colo., is recalling about 88,000 Poco child carriers sold in the U.S. and Canada.

    A child seated in the carrier can slip through the leg openings, posing a fall hazard to children.

    The firm has received four reports of children falling through the carrier leg openings, resulting in one report of a skull fracture and one report of scratches to the head.

    This recall involves all models of Poco, Poco Plus and Poco Premium child backpack carriers manufactured between January 2012, and December 2014.

    The nylon child carriers were sold in three colors: “Romper Red,” “Koala Grey,” and “Bouncing Blue,” and have a metal frame and a gray padded child’s seat inside. The production date is stamped on a black label sewn into the interior of the large lower zippered compartment on the back of the carrier.

    Recalled carriers have a production date code of S12SBPR1, S12SBPR1B, S12SBPR2, S12SBPR3, S12SBPR4, F12SBPR1, F12SBPR2, S13SB IPO, S13SBPR1, S13SBPR2, S13SBPR3, S13SBPR4, F13SBPR1, F13SBPR2, F13SBPR3, S14SBPR1, S14SBPR2, S14SBPR3, S14SBPR4, S14SBPR5.

    “Osprey” is printed on the fabric above the kick stand. The model name is printed on the back at the bottom.

    The carriers, manufactured in Vietnam, were sold at REI and specialty outdoor stores nationwide and online at Amazon.com from January 2012, to December 2015, for between $200 and $300.

    What to do

    Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled carriers and contact Osprey for a free Seat Pad Insert for use along with the existing safety straps to secure the child in the carrier.

    Consumers who previously received and installed the free Seat Pad Insert in their carriers are not required to take further action.

    Consumers may contact Osprey toll-free at 866-951-5197 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. (MT) Monday through Friday, by email at pocoseatpad@ospreypacks.com or online at www.ospreypacks.com and click on “Poco Safety Notices” on the navigation bar at the top right hand corner of the page for more information.

    Osprey Child Safety Products and Osprey Packs of Cortez, Colo., is recalling about 88,000 Poco child carriers sold in the U.S. and Canada.A child seate...
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    Lexibook recalls baby bath seats/chairs

    The bath seat can tip over while a baby is in it

    Lexibook S.A., of France is recalling about 7,00 baby bath seats and chairs.

    The bath seats can tip over while a baby is in it, posing a drowning hazard to babies.

    No incidents or injuries have been reported.

    This recall includes all Lexibook Baby Bath Seats and Chairs. The plastic baby bath seats/chairs are intended for children 6 months and up. They have a plastic base with suction cups on the bottom, a back/arm support and a toy tray.

    “Lexibook” is stamped on the back/arm support. “Made in China” and “2014 Lexibook Limited IT028/IT029 SN: 1407/VA09” are stamped on the bottom of the base. They were sold in a variety of colors.

    The bat seats and chairs, manufactured in China, were sold online at Amazon.com, Unbeatablesale.com, Wayfair.com and Youngexplorers.com from January 2013, through August 2016, for between $30 and $60.

    What to do

    Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled baby bath seats and contact the online retailer where it was purchased for return instructions and to receive a full refund, or a refund in the form of a store credit or gift card, depending on the online retailer. All known purchasers will be contacted directly about the recall.

    Consumers may contact the retailers as follows:

    Company

    Number of Units

    Remedy

    Online Retailers

    Young Explorers

    5,900

    Refund

    855-831-7478 anytime

    Email recalls@youngexplorers.com

    Online at www.youngexplorers.com

    Amazon.com

      780

    Gift Card

    888-280-4331 anytime

    Online at www.amazon.com

    Wayfair LLC

     200

    Store Credit

    888-549-1625 Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. ET

    Online at www.wayfair.com

    Unbeatable Sale, Inc.

      65

    Refund

    888-657-8436 Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. ET

    Online at www.unbeatablesale.com

    Lexibook S.A., of France is recalling about 7,00 baby bath seats and chairs.The bath seats can tip over while a baby is in it, posing a drowning hazard...
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