The metal snaps on the rompers can detach, posing a choking hazard to young children.
About 10,850 (In addition, about 550 were sold in Canada)
The Children's Place toll-free at 877-752-2387 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. ET Monday through Friday or online at https://www.childrensplace.com/us/content/recall-information or www.childrensplace.com and click on "Recall Information" at the bottom of the page for more information.
This recall involves Baby Boy Dino Rompers and Baby Boy Camo Rompers 2-Pack. The Dino Romper is a blue short-sleeve romper made of 100 percent cotton jersey featuring a dinosaur on the left chest and was sold in sizes 0-3M, 3-6M, 6-9M, 9-12M, 12-18M, and 18-24M. The Camo Romper Two Pack was sold in sizes 0-3M, 3-6M, 6-9M, 9-12M, 12-18M, and 18-24M and contained one gray long-sleeve romper made of 100 percent cotton jersey in a camouflage print and one gray short-sleeve romper with black shoulders and sleeves. The Baby Boy Dino style number 3031536 can be found on a sewn-in, side-seam label inside the garment. The Baby Boy Camo Romper 2-Pack style number 3026902 can be found on a sewn-in, side-seam label inside the garment.
Consumers should immediately take the recalled rompers away from children and return the rompers to any The Children’s Place store for a full refund. The company will send an email notice to all customers who bought the product on the firm’s website with instructions on how to receive a full refund for the recalled products.
The firm has received two reports of snaps detaching from the rompers. No injuries have been reported.
The Children's Place, of Secaucus, New Jersey
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