The Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) recalled Yoocaa baby loungers due to failure to meet federal safety standards. The recall was posted on Nov. 2, 2023.
According to the CPSC, the recalled baby loungers do not meet the CPSC’s Infant Sleep Products Rule. The baby loungers create an unsafe sleep environment for infants and pose a risk of choking and trapping. The failures also include not meeting the requirements for side height and fabric-sided openings. An infant could fall out of the enclosed opening at the foot of the lounger or become trapped.
Approximately 4,140 units were recalled.
What baby lounger models were recalled?
The recall includes products purchased from Amazon after June 23, 2022, represented by the manufacturing label. The affected products include the date code 20220623 or later dates.
The recalled baby loungers were advertised as “baby loungers” and “baby nests” and sold in different printed fabrics and colors:
- Blue star
- Pink star
- Polar bear
The CPSC advises consumers to stop using the recalled baby loungers immediately and not to donate or resell them. Recalled baby loungers should be disposed of properly.
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