Hearing Lab Technology/Lucid Audio has recalled 31,000 of its children’s Hearmuff product. The earmuffs, which are designed to reduce sound, use AAA alkaline batteries which can rupture and burn a child’s ear. The US Consumer Products Safety Commission has reported 19 instances of rupturing batteries in the product. No injuries have yet been reported. Consumers should contact Hearing Lab for replacement AAA batteries or to get questions answered at 833-408-0479, Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 7 p.m., Eastern time or online.
Popular stroller brand, UPPAbaby has recalled approximately 14,000 of its all-terrain jogging strollers. The recalled stroller can cause amputation or lacerations if a non-occupant child’s fingers get caught in the rear disc brakes. The strollers have “RIDGE” on the side of the black frame and were sold in white, charcoal and slate blue.
The manufacturer confirms that one incident of injury to a child has occurred from the faulty stroller. Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled strollers and contact UPPAbaby to receive free replacement discs for both wheels.