This recall is being issued by: National Highway Traffic Safety Administration
Recalled on: January 3, 2014
Description: Combi USA recalls Coccoro, Zeus Turn & Zeus Car Seats. The webbing used on the harness has an embedded plastic button that keeps the buckle tongues from sliding into the recesses of the restraint. The plastic button on the harness webbing affects the overall strength of the seat and in the event of a crash, a child may not be remain adequately secured.
The following car seats are involved in this recall:
Combi Coccoro Child Restraint
Model Number: 8220
Manufacture Dates: January 6, 2009 – December 5, 2012
Combi Zeus Turn Child Restraint
Model Number: 8815
Manufacture Dates: July 15, 2007 – March 25, 2009
Combi Zeus 360 Child Restraint
Model Number: 8836
Manufacture Dates: February 25, 2009 – May 24, 2012
Have this product?: If your car seat is involved in this recall, contact Combi at 844-697-1690 to receive a free remedy kit. This kit contains harness webbing without the embedded plastic button. Combi encourages caregivers to continue to use the car seats while awaiting the remedy kit. You can also obtain a remedy kit online at www.CombiUSA/Safety-Notifications/Recall-Information.aspx. Instructions on how to remedy the issue can be found online at www.CombiUSA/Safety-Notifications/Recall-Information.aspx.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) is dedicated to motor vehicle and highway safety. NHTSA investigates and administers recalls for child restraints and motor vehicles. We have obtained the most recent recalls for you to review. For more information on child restraint recalls and motor vehicle recalls visit NHTSA for more information.
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Author : Diba Tillery RN, BSN, IBCLC, CPST