Strangulation Risk Leads BabyHome USA to Recall 1,100 Eat High Chairs
The Chester, New Jersey-based BabyHome USA has announced the recall of 1,100 “Eat” high chairs in a variety of colors. Each of these high chairs would have been available from retailers across the country and online between March of last year and this past February. At issue is the fact that the $150 chairs have too large of an opening between the seat and the tray. If a child wiggles into that space, he or she could get trapped in the space and potentially strangled. No instances of such have been reported at this time, but consumers are being asked to cease usage at once and get in touch with BabyHome. The company is providing a repair kit to affected persons at no charge.
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