Safety 1st Recalls Décor Wood Highchairs Due to Fall Hazard
Name of Product:
Décor Wood Highchair
A child can remove the highchair's tray, posing a fall hazard.
October 08, 2015
This recall includes Safety 1st Wood Décor highchairs in three models: HC144BZF (Casablanca), HC229CZF (Gentle Lace) and HC229CYG (Black Lace). The model numbers are printed under the highchair seat. These A-frame black wood highchairs have a removable fabric, black and white print seat pad with a blue or pink border on the top and bottom of the seat pad. The highchairs have a white plastic, detachable tray with a cone-shaped center divider that fits between a child's legs. "Safety 1st" is printed on the front center of the tray.
Consumers should immediately stop using these recalled highchairs and contact the firm to receive instructions on receiving a new tray with labels.
Safety 1st has received 68 reports of children removing the trays including 11 reports of injuries such as lacerations, chipped teeth and bruises.
Dorel Juvenile Group, of Columbus, Ind.
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