What baby sleepers are being recalled?
Guide to Recalled Infant Inclined Sleepers, Nappers, and Loungers
|Product Name (Click to go to the CPSC recall page)||Date Recalled|
|Dorel Juvenile Group’s Disney Baby Doze and Dream Bassinet and Eddie Bauer Slumber and Soothe Rock Bassinet||July 31, 2019|
|Evenflo Pillo Portable Napper||Jan. 29, 2020 (U.S.); June 4, 2019 (Canada)|
What is the safest crib brand?
Safest Baby Cribs
- Babyletto Hudson 3-in-1 Convertible Crib.
- Graco Benton 5-in-1 Convertible Crib.
- DaVinci Jenny Lind Convertible Crib.
- Union 3-in-1 Convertible Crib.
- Pottery Barn Kids Kendall Crib.
- IKEA Gulliver Crib.
- IKEA Sniglar Crib.
- Alma Mini Solid Wood Crib.
Do cribs get recalled?
Drop-side cribs have been recalled by the millions. In June alone, more than 2 million were recalled. Since last January, about 1.5 million cribs have been recalled, not counting those in June, according to the statement from Gillibrand’s office.
How do I find out about product recalls?
Visit these websites to find the latest on safety recalls:
- Recalls.gov lists recalls from federal agencies.
- Safercar.gov publishes safety information on vehicles and equipment such as children’s car seats.
- FSIS.USDA.gov lists meat, sausage, poultry, and processed egg product recalls.
Can I use a crib from 1999?
The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) recommends against using a secondhand crib. If you do, they recommend not using a crib that is more than 10 years old.
Is it illegal to sell recalled baby items?
Check www.SaferProducts.gov for crib recalls. It is illegal to sell a recalled product.
How much should you spend on a crib?
Depending on the brand and quality you decide to go for, expect to spend anywhere from $100 to $1000 for a new crib. However, you’ll have more than enough quality options between $200-500.
Are Ikea cribs safe?
The Sniglar does comply with all ASTM and CPSC safety requirements, however, including the US standard 16 CFR 1219 for full-size cribs, meaning it has been tested for lead and phthalates, as well as for structural safety.
How many babies have died from drop side cribs?
CPSC staff is aware of 32 infant and toddler suffocation and strangulation deaths and hundreds of incidents that were caused by or related to drop-side detachments in cribs made by various manufacturers. Homemade repairs to cribs like this one can be deadly.
Can I give away a drop side crib?
While there were “immobilizers” made available at the time of the rule change by some manufacturers, the CPSC says that consumers should not sell or give away a drop-side crib even if it has the added immobilizer, because it will still not meet the new crib standards.
Why is this crib being recalled for the second time?
This company is recalling this crib for the second time (the last recall was in 2017), due to the risk of detaching parts that can entrap babies or can make the sides completely collapse, posing a risk of strangulation and suffocation.
Why are Graco Cribs being recalled?
The recall of at least 1 million Simplicity & Graco cribs was initiated by the CPSC because on certain crib models, the drop-side can detach from the crib, which can create a dangerous gap and lead to the entrapment and suffocation of infants.
Are there any recalls on simplicity drop side cribs?
This recall of Simplicity drop side cribs involves models that used a different style of hardware from those cribs recalled in September 2007. The recalled model numbers include: 8620, 8745, 8748, 8755, 8756, 8778, 8810, and 8994.
Are there any recalls on baby cribs at Pottery Barn?
Pottery Barn Kids is recalling about 82,000 drop-side cribs. The cribs drop-sides can detach when hardware breaks, creating a space into which a young child can become entrapped, which can lead to suffocation. A child can also fall out of the crib.