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Infant Death Prompts Recall of 30,000 Nap Nanny® Infant Recliners

Nap Nanny

This warning is being issued by: Consumer Products Safety Commission


 

Date: July 26, 2010

 

Description:Baby Matters recalls Nap Nanny® Recliners due to entrapment, suffocation and fall hazards after one infant death reported. Infants can partially fall or hang over the side of the Nap Nanny® even while the harness is in use. This situation can be worse if the Velcro™ straps, located inside the Nap Nanny® cover are not properly attached to the "D"-rings located on the foam, or if consumers are using the first generation model Nap Nanny® that was sold without "D"-rings. If used in the crib, the Nap Nanny® can cause entrapped and suffocate between the Nap Nanny® and the crib. In addition, if the Nap Nanny® is placed on ANY elevated surface, serious head injuries can ensue. This recall involves all Nap Nanny® sold between January 2009 and July 2010.

Have this product?: Consumers who purchased their Nap Nanny prior to August 15, 2009 (Nap Nanny® models without "D"-rings- first generation models) should stop using the recalled baby recliners immediately and contact the firm to receive an $80 coupon towards the purchase of a new Nap Nanny® with free shipping (click here to fill out online form). Consumers with a second generation Nap Nanny® model (with "D"-rings and those purchased after August 15, 2009) should immediately stop using the product until they are able to visit the firm's website to obtain new product instructions and warnings.
Nap Nanny® safety tips are as follows:

  • Do not use Nap Nanny® in cribs, play yards, or near any other adjacent entrapment surface
  • Only use Nap Nanny® on the floor away from other products
  • Secure Velcro straps through the "D"-rings every time cover is replaced

To learn more visit: http://www.cpsc.gov/cpscpub/prerel/prhtml10/10309.html

The recall presented here has been obtained directly from the Consumer Products Safety Commission. The CPSC is committed to ensuring the safety of a wide range of consumer products. Here at Babies 411 we provide the recalls that are focused on infant products. Visit the CPSC to find out more information on recalls for all children's products, toy hazards, household products, outdoor products, specialty products and sports & recreational products.

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