The Stokke Steps Bouncer can detach from the Stokke Steps Chair, posing a fall hazard to the child in the Bouncer.
Stokke by email at email@example.com, toll-free at 877-978-6553 Monday through Friday 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. ET or visit www.stokke.com and click on the link for product recalls for more information.
This recall includes Stokke Steps Bouncers. The bouncers are a part of Stokke Steps all-in-one modular seating system and can be used in combination with the Stokke Steps Chair from birth up to the age of about six months. The Stokke Steps Bouncers have a plastic arm and fabric seat and measure about 31 inches by 25 inches by 21 inches. Stokke is printed on the care label and the law tag on the bottom of the recalled bouncers. Only Stokke Steps Bouncers with one of the following item numbers and with a serial number found at https://reclamations.stokke.com/stepsbouncer are included in this recall. The item and serial numbers are printed on the tracking label found underneath the bouncer seat plastic frame.
|Item Number||Description||Serial Number|
|483201||Steps Bouncer US Blue||Check for recalled serial numbers at|
|483202||Steps Bouncer US Greige (beige/gray)|
|483203||Steps Bouncer US Pink|
|483204||Steps Bouncer US Gray Clouds|
|483205||Steps Bouncer US White Mountains|
Consumers should immediately stop using the Stokke Steps Bouncer in combination with the Stokke Steps Chair and contact Stokke for a free repair kit. Visit https://reclamations.stokke.com/stepsbouncer to check if the bouncer is included in the recall. Once confirmed, consumers should register on the site to receive repair instructions. Consumers can continue to use the Stokke Steps Bouncers and the Stokke Steps Chairs separately.
Stokke has received one report of a consumer having difficulty attaching the Steps Bouncer to the Steps Chair. No injuries have been reported.
Stokke LLC, of Stamford, Conn.
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