Dream on Me is recalling about 13,000 2-in-1 bassinet to cradles because the wire supports on the sides of the bassinet can disconnect, causing the fabric sides to lower. This poses a risk that infants can fall out or become entrapped and suffocate. The recall involves the 2-in-1 Bassinet to Cradle, sold in pink, blue, green and white. The bassinet has metal frame supports and fabric sides with a removable half-canopy on the top. Affected units were sold online at Amazon.com, Walmart.com, Wayfair.com, ToysRUs.com and Kohls.com from May 2012 to October 2014 for about $60. Consumers should immediately stop using the product and contact Dream on Me to obtain a free repair. In the meantime, parents are urged to find an alternate, safe sleeping environment for the child, such as a crib that meets current safety standards or play yard, depending on the child’s age.
Mima is recalling about 1,470 Moon 3-in-1 high chairs because the high chair seat can loosen and dislodge, allowing the seat and child to fall. The recall involves Moon model 3-in-1 high chairs, which adjust to a newborn, high and junior chair with a unique design consisting of a base with two feet supporting a single post that holds up the seat in a clear shell. The shell has a white inner seat with a removable seat pad in white, camel or black. The majority of the high chairs were given away at the May 9, 2014, taping of the Ellen DeGeneres television show. The remaining chairs were sold at children’s juvenile product stores in 11 states, including Texas. Consumers should stop using the high chair immediately and contact Mima to receive a free replacement upper chair section or instructions on receiving a refund.
Marin Mountain Bikes is recalling about 400 MBX 50 and Tiny Trail bicycles because the handlebars can loosen or separate during use. This can cause the rider to lose control and/or crash, posing the risk of injury. The recall involves Marin 2014 model MBX 50 and Tiny Trail boys and girls bicycles with 16-inch knobby tires. The single speed bicycles have high-rise handlebars and training wheels. The boy’s bicycles were sold in red and have serial number HA14980XXXXXX. The girl’s bicycles were sold in purple and have serial number HA14982XXXXXX. Affected units were sold at bicycle stores nationwide from September 2013 through December 2014 for about $250. Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled bicycle and contact Marin for a replacement handlebar stem.
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