The Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) recalled Brandline’s HEAO highchairs due to a severe risk of suffocation, entrapment, and injuries, including lacerations, as well as a violation of federal safety standards. The recall was posted on Dec. 21, 2023.
According to the CPSC’s recall notice, the highchairs are intended for infant sleep and pose a risk of finger laceration (cutting) and trapping hazards due to failure to meet highchair requirements stated in federal safety standards. The highchairs have an incline greater than 10 degrees, which violates the CPSC’s Infant Sleep Products Rule and the Safe Sleep for Babies Act.
Approximately 820 highchairs are recalled.
The recall affects HEAO’s 4-in-1 highchairs with adjustable height and multiple recline positions. These chairs were sold in black, blue, gold, green, gray, pink, and red.
The CPSC advises parents and caregivers to stop using the recalled highchairs immediately.
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