Latest Gear Recalls

Make sure you don't own these potentially harmful products.

  • Courtesy of CPSC

    Graco Car Seats

    Date: February 10, 2014

    Company/brand: Graco Children's Products, Inc.

    The danger: There has been difficulty in unlatching the harness buckle. In some cases, the buckle becomes stuck in a latched condition so that it cannot be opened by depressing the buckle's release button. It may be difficult to remove the child from the restraint, increasing the risk of injury in the event of a vehicle crash, fire, or other emergency, in which a prompt exit from the vehicle is required. There have been no injuries reported.

    Sold at: Nationwide.

  • Courtesy of CPSC

    Combi Child Restraints

    Date: January 3, 2014

    Company/brand: Combi USA, Inc.

    The danger: The harness webbing fails to meet minimum breaking strength requirements. In the event of a crash, a child may not be remain adequately secured, increasing the risk of injury.

    Sold at: Nationwide

  • Courtesy of CPSC

    Playtex Hip Hammock Infant Carriers

    Date: December 19, 2013

    Company/brand: Playtex Products Inc.

    The danger: The buckles on the waist and shoulder straps can crack or break, posing a fall hazard to the child. There have been 87 reports of the buckles cracking or breaking, including two reports of injuries, where one infant required emergency room treatment.

    Sold at: Burlington Coat Factory, Target, Walmart, juvenile product, baby and discount stores nationwide and online at Amazon.com from June 2004 through December 2008 for about $40 for the basic model and $60 for the deluxe model.

  • Courtesy of CPSC

    Dream on Me Lullaby Cradle Glider

    Date: November 13, 2013

    Company/brand: Dream On Me, Inc.

    The danger: The mattress support board can fall out or slide out of the bottom of the cradle glider posing a risk that babies can fall out and suffer injuries.

    Sold at: Online only through K-Mart, Kohl's, Sears, Toys R Us and Walmart from October 2011 through June 2013 for about $130.

  • Courtesy of CPSC

    Riley Duo Bunk Beds

    Date: November 12, 2013

    Company/brand: Wood Castle Furniture

    The danger: The openings between the guardrails on the bunk bed can exceed 3 1/2 inches in width, which is too wide and does not meet safety standards. This presents an entrapment hazard where a child could be seriously injured or become asphyxiated. No injuries have been reported.

    Sold at: Dania Furniture and Room and Board Furniture stores nationwide and online at Roomandboard.com from January 2008 through December 2011 for between $1,500 and $1,700.

  • Courtesy of CPSC

    Circo-Brand Chloe and Conner Sitting Stools

    Date: October 29, 2013

    Company/brand: Target Corporation

    The danger: The stabilizing bar can crack and cause the stool to collapse, posing a fall hazard to the user. There have been seven reports of the stools breaking or collapsing and causing a child to fall. In five of the reported incidents, bumps, bruises and cuts were reported.

    Sold at: Target stores nationwide from April 2012 through June 2013 for about $15.

  • Courtesy of CPSC

    Baby Jogger Car Seat Adaptors

    Date: August 28, 2013

    Company/brand: Baby Jogger LLC

    The danger: The car seat adaptor support bars can fail, posing a fall hazard to children. Baby Jogger has received 47 reports of the car seat adaptor supports bars failing and car seats falling to the floor. Reports include two injured infants with bruises to the head and toes.

    Sold at: Buy Buy Baby and other juvenile product stores nationwide and at albeebaby.com, amazon.com, buybuybaby.com, diapers.com and other online retailers from June 2012 through June 2013 for about $60 for the single adaptor and $100 for the double adaptor.

  • Courtesy of CPSC

    IKEA KRITTER and SINGLAR Junior Beds Recalled

    Date: August 15, 2013

    Company/brand: IKEA

    The danger: The metal rod connecting the guard rail to the bed frame can break in use, posing a laceration hazard.

    Sold at: IKEA stores nationwide and online at www.ikea-usa.com from July 2005 through May 2013 for between $60 and $90.

  • Courtesy of CPSC

    Sleepharmony Pink Youth Beds

    Date: August 6, 2013

    Company/brand: Glideaway Bed Carriage Manufacturing Company

    The danger: The surface paint on the pink-colored youth beds contains levels of lead that exceed the limits allowed by law.

    Sold at: Furniture and other retail stores nationwide from February 2012 to June 2013 from between $120 to $170

  • Courtesy of CPSC

    Rockland Furniture Round Cribs

    Date: July 23, 2013

    Company/brand: Nan Far Woodworking

    The danger: The crib's drop-side rails can malfunction, detach or otherwise fail. When this happens, the drop-side rail can fall out of position and create a space where an infant or toddler can become wedged or entrapped, posing a risk of strangulation or suffocation. A child can also fall out of the crib. In addition, drop-side related incidents can also occur due to incorrect assembly and with age-related wear and tear. No injuries have been reported.

    Sold at: J.C. Penney stores and online at jcpenney.com from January 2005 to December 2008 for about $400.

  • Courtesy of CPSC

    Pottery Barn Kids Sweet Lambie Crib Bumpers

    Date: May 29, 2013

    Company/Brand: Pottery Barn Kids

    The Danger: The thread in the decorative stitching on the bumper can loosen, posing an entanglement hazard to infants. The firm has received two reports of the decorative stitching coming loose and entangling children, including reports of the thread wrapping around a child's neck. No serious injuries have been reported.

    Sold At: Pottery Barn Kids stores and catalogs and Pottery Barn Outlet stores nationwide, and online at potterybarnkids.com from April 2009 through July 2012 for between $129 and $149.

  • Courtesy of CPSC

    Lea Industries Children's Beds

    Date: May 21, 2013

    Company/Brand: Lea Industries

    The Danger: The bed's side mattress support rails can break, posing a fall hazard. There have been 22 reports of incidents involving the recalled beds in the U.S. since 2009 and one in Canada. Two injuries were reported. In a 2009 incident in Madison, Wisconsin, an 11-year-old girl was placing a fitted sheet on the top bunk when the child, mattress and bed supports collapsed on her 6-year-old sister in the bed below. The 6 year old was treated at a hospital emergency department for a head injury involving a cut to her face.

    Sold At: Direct Buy stores and furniture stores nationwide, and online at amazon.com and various other websites from August 2008 through March 2013 for between $400 and $3,000.

  • Powell Company Anywhere Lounger Bean Bag Chairs

    Date: May 16, 2013

    Company/Brand: Powell Company

    The Danger: Bean bag chairs without a permanent zipper closure allow young children to unzip, ingest or inhale the small beads inside of the bean bag chair, posing a suffocation and strangulation hazard.

    Sold At: Furniture stores nationwide including W.S. Badcock, Value City Furniture, Nebraska Furniture Mart and online at groupon.com from June 2012 to February 2013 for about $100.

  • Courtesy of CPSC

    Reed and Barton Gingham Bunny Forks and Spoons

    Date: April 24, 2013

    Company/Brand: Reed and Barton Corp.

    The Danger: The pink coloring on the bunny's ears can come off, posing choking and ingestion hazards to babies. Reed and Barton has received one report of the pink coloring on the bunny's ears coming off the flatware. No injuries were reported.

    Sold At: Reed and Barton factory stores and various gift shops nationwide and online at reedandbarton.com from September 2012 through January 2013 for between $15 and $40.

  • Courtesy of CPSC

    BabyHome USA High Chairs

    Date: March 28, 2013

    Company/Brand: BabyHome USA Inc.

    The Danger: The front opening between the tray and seat bottom of the high chair can allow a child's body to pass through and become entrapped at the neck. This poses a strangulation hazard to young children when the child is not harnessed. No incidents or injuries have been reported.

    Sold At: Juvenile product stores nationwide including USA Baby, Magic Beans and RC Willey and online at Amazon.com, Babiesrus.com and Diapers.com from March 2012 through February 2013 for about $150.

  • iCandy World Cherry Model Strollers

    Date: March 28, 2013

    Company/Brand: iCandyAmerica inc.

    The Danger: The opening between the bumper bar and seat bottom of the stroller can allow an infant's body to pass through and become entrapped at the neck, posing a strangulation hazard to young children when a child is not harnessed. No incidents or injuries have been reported.

    Sold At: Buy Buy Baby and other juvenile product stores nationwide and online at buybuybaby.com and other online retailers from October 2009 through December 2012 for about $400.

  • Bugaboo Cameleon3 Strollers

    Date: March 27, 2013

    Company/Brand: Bugaboo Americas

    The Danger: The stroller's carrying handle can break and detach posing a fall hazard. Bugaboo has received 16 reports of carry handles breaking. No injuries have been reported.

    Sold At: Buy Buy Baby, Toys R Us and other baby product stores nationwide, Neiman Marcus, Nordstrom, online at Bugaboo.com and other online retailers from September 2012 to March 2013 for between $889 and $1,600.

  • Courtesy of CPSC

    PT Domusindo Perdana Drop-Side Cribs

    Date: March 26, 2013

    Company/Brand: PT Domusindo Perdana

    The Danger: The cribs' drop sides can malfunction, detach or otherwise fail, causing part of the drop side to fall out of position, creating a space into which an infant or toddler can roll and become wedged or entrapped, which can lead to strangulation or suffocation. A child can also fall out of the crib. Drop-side incidents can also occur due to incorrect assembly and with age-related wear and tear. CPSC and the firm are aware of three incidents involving drop side rails that malfunctioned or detached. No injuries were reported.

    Sold At: JCPenney.com and the JCPenney catalog from January 1998 through December 2008 for between $200 and $400.

  • Toys R Us Imaginarium Activity Walkers

    Date: March 13, 2013

    Company/Brand: Toys R Us Inc,

    The Danger: The small bolt and spacer that attaches each front wheel to the walker can detach, posing a choking hazard to young children.

    Sold At: Toys R Us stores nationwide and online at toysrus.com from August 2011 through January 2013 for about $30.

  • Courtesy of CPSC

    Mutsy USA EVO Strollers

    Date: February 7, 2013

    Company/Brand: Mutsy USA Inc.

    The Danger: The opening between the grab bar and seat bottom of the stroller can allow an infant's body to pass through and become entrapped at the neck, posing a strangulation hazard to young children when a child is not harnessed. No incidents or injuries have been reported.

    Sold At: Juvenile product stores nationwide and websites including amazon.com between April 2012 and December 2012 for about $400.

  • Courtesy of CPSC

    World Imports Bunk Beds

    Date: January 31, 2013

    Company/Brand: World Imports, LTD

    The Danger: The openings between the metal rails of the end structures are greater than allowed in the standard and pose a risk of entrapment or asphyxiation hazard. No injuries or incidents have been reported.

    Sold At: Independent juvenile and other furniture stores in the eastern United States between August 2009 to February 2012 for about $250 to $300.

  • Courtesy of CPSC

    Million Dollar Baby Dressers

    Date: January 30, 2013

    Company/Brand: Million Dollar Baby

    The Danger: When a young child climbs up on open dresser drawers, the dresser becomes unstable and poses the risk of tip over and entrapment. CPSC and Million Dollar Baby have received two reports of deaths associated with these dressers. An 11-month-old boy from Tulsa, Okla. and a 20-month-old girl from Camarillo, Calif. were reported to have suffocated when their dressers tipped over, entrapping them between the dresser and the floor. The cause of the deaths has not been determined.

    Sold At: The recalled dressers were sold at JCPenney and independent juvenile specialty stores nationwide and online at Amazon.com, BabiesRUs.com, BabyUniverse.com and other online retailers from January 2006 through June 2010 for between $230 and $300.

  • Courtesy of CPSC

    Natart Chelsea Dressers

    Date: January 30, 2013

    Company/Brand: Gemme Juvenile Inc.

    The Danger: The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), in cooperation with Gemme Juvenile Inc., of Princeville, Quebec, Canada is announcing a recall to retrofit 300 children's three-drawer dressers. If a young child climbs up open dresser drawers, the dresser can tip over and pose the risk of entrapment. CPSC and the Company have received a report of a two-year-old boy from Barrington, Ill. who reportedly suffocated when he climbed on or up an open lower drawer into the second dresser drawer, causing the dresser to fall and entrap him between the unit and the floor.

    When the dresser drawers are pulled all the way out and then the additional weight of a young child is applied, the dresser's center of gravity can be altered and result in instability of the product and consequently tip over. A child can become injured in the fall or suffocate under the weight of the fallen dresser.

    Sold At: The dressers were sold at Furniture Kidz and other independent juvenile specialty stores and at Baby.com from January 2005 to December 2010 for between $600 and $900.

  • Courtesy of CPSC

    Fisher-Price Newborn Rock 'n Play Sleeper

    Date: January 8, 2013

    Company/Brand: Fisher-Price, Inc.

    The Danger: Mold can develop between the removable seat cushion and the hard plastic frame of the sleeper when it remains wet/moist or is infrequently cleaned, posing a risk of exposure to mold to infants sleeping in the product. The CPSC advises that mold has been associated with respiratory illnesses and other infections. Although mold is not present at the time of purchase, mold growth can occur after use of the product. Fisher-Price has received 600 reports of mold on the product. Sixteen consumers have reported that their infants have been treated for respiratory issues, coughs, and hives after sleeping in the product.

    Sold At: Mass merchandise stores nationwide and online since September 2009 for between $50 and $85. Units currently in retail stores are not affected by this recall to inspect. Only products that show signs of mold after use by consumers are included in this announcement.

  • Courtesy of CPSC

    Bugaboo Cameleon and Donkey Model Strollers

    Date: January 15, 2013

    Company/Brand: Bugaboo Americas

    The Danger: A button on the stroller's carrycot/seat carry handle can become disengaged and cause the handle to detach, posing fall and choking hazards to young children. Bugaboo has received 58 reports of carry handles detaching. No injuries have been reported.

    Sold At: Buy Buy Baby, Neiman Marcus, Nordstrom, Toys R Us and other baby product stores nationwide, online at Bugaboo.com and other online retailers. The Bugaboo Cameleon was sold between September 2009 and June 2012 for about $980. The Bugaboo Donkey was sold from January 2011 through December 2012 for between $1,200 and $1,600.

  • Courtesy of CPSC

    Baby Matters Nap Nanny Recliners and Chill Infant Recliners

    Date: December 27, 2012, updated June 14, 2013

    Company/Brand: Baby Matters, LLC

    The Danger: From 2009 to the present, the CSPC has received at least 92 incident reports involving the Nap Nanny and Nap Nanny Chill products, including five infant deaths. They are aware of four infants who died in Nap Nanny Generation Two recliners and a fifth death involved in the Chill model. In the incident reports received by CPSC, there were 92 reports of infants hanging or falling over the side of the products, including some infants who were restrained in the product's harness.

    Sold At: About 165,000 of the Nap Nanny and Chill products were sold between 2009 and 2012 for about $130. The recalled products were sold at toy and children's retail stores nationwide and online, including at napnanny.com.

  • Baby Jogger City Versa Strollers

    Date: December 12, 2012

    Company/Brand: Strollers

    The Danger: The stroller frame can fail to lock in place and collapse while in use, posing a fall hazard to children in the stroller. Baby Jogger has received six reports of incidents with the stroller's frame failing to lock. No injuries have been reported.

    Sold At: buybuy Baby and other juvenile product stores nationwide and online at buybuybaby.com, albeebaby.com, diapers.com and other online retailers from July 2012 through October 2012 for about $450.

  • Courtesy of CPSC

    Dream On Me Children's Bed Rails

    Date: December 6, 2012

    Company/Brand: Dream On Me Inc.

    The Danger: The bed rail can separate from the mattress allowing a child's body to become entrapped if it slips between the rail and the mattress. This poses suffocation and strangulation hazards to children. No incidents or injuries have been reported.

    Sold At: Small independent stores and online at amazon.com and wayfair.com from September 2011 through May 2012 for between $15 and $30.

  • Courtesy of CPSC

    Dream On Me Bath Seats

    Date: December 6, 2012

    Company/Brand: Bathing & Potty Training

    The Danger: The bath seats fail to meet federal safety standards, including the requirements for stability. Specifically, the bath seats can tip over, posing a risk of drowning to babies. CPSC and Dream On Me have received five reports involving these bath seats, including a report of a near drowning involving a 12-month-old baby girl. The baby did not require medical treatment.

    Sold At: Small retail stores and online retailers including Amazon.com and Wayfair.com from July 2012 through September 2012 for between $25 and $40.

  • Courtesy of CPSC

    Sportspower Limited Trampolines

    Date: Updated January 30, 2013

    Company/Brand: Sportspower Limited

    The Danger: This recall is an expansion of the May 2012 recall of brown tetlon netting to now include black tetlon netting. This involves Sportspower BouncePro 14' Trampolines with model TR-1686-TPR. UPC code 687064045552 or 687064042100 is printed on the product's box. 'Sportspower BouncePro 14' is printed on a plate on the leg of the trampoline frame. The trampolines are surrounded by enclosure netting on the perimeter of the trampoline measuring about 6 feet high. The netting is designed to contain individuals bouncing on the trampoline.

    Sold At: Walmart stores nationwide from February 2009 through February 2012 for about $275.

  • Courtesy of CPSC

    Sportspower Liquid Motion Waterslides

    Date: November 28, 2012

    Company/Brand: Sportspower Ltd.

    The Danger: The warning labels on the children's waterslide are inadequate for weight limit and fail to tell consumers never to slide head first. This poses a risk of serious injuries to consumers, including neck injuries. Sportspower has received one report of a man who received a neck injury after sliding down the waterslide head first.

    Sold At: Immediately stop using the recalled waterslides and contact Sportspower to receive new labels to affix to the waterslide. The labels warn consumers not to use the waterslide if they are older than 13 years of age and/or weigh more than 100 lbs. The labels also warn consumers never to slide head first. Contact Sportspower; toll-free at (888) 965-0565 , online at www.sportspowerltd.net or email customerservice@sportspowerltd.net for more information.

  • Jo-Ann Fabric and Craft Foam Pumpkin Turkey Craft Kit

    Date: November 21, 2012

    Company/Brand: Jo-Ann Stores Inc.

    The Danger: Magnets holding the pumpkin shell pieces together can become loose, posing an ingestion hazard to young children. If swallowed, these magnets can link together inside a child's intestines and clamp onto body tissues, causing intestinal obstructions, perforations, sepsis and death. Internal injury from magnets can pose serious lifelong health effects. No incidents or injuries have been reported.

    Sold At: The recalled products were sold exclusively at Jo-Ann Fabric and Craft Stores nationwide from August of 2012 to October of 2012 for approximately $8.

  • Hunter Douglas Custom Cellular and Pleated Window Coverings

    Date: November 21, 2012

    Company/Brand: Hunter Douglas Fabrication Co.

    The Danger: Some of the cords inside the breakaway cord stop were tied in a single knot which can prevent the cord stop from functioning as designed to break away. A child can become entangled in a cord loop and strangle. No incidents or injuries have been reported.

    Sold At: Hunter Douglas dealers nationwide from January 2011 through August 2012. Custom shade prices vary widely based on size, style and dealer. Retail prices for these recalled shades range from $240 up.

  • KidCo PeaPod Travel Tents

    Date: November 16, 2012

    Company/Brand: KidCo Inc.

    The Danger: Infants and young children can roll off the edge of the inflatable air mattress, become entrapped between the mattress and the fabric sides of the tent, and suffocate. There have been six reports to the CPSC and three reports to Health Canada of children who became entrapped or experienced physical distress in the product. Two of the six reports included infants who were found crying underneath of the mattress that had not been inserted into the zippered pocket on the bottom of the tent. The CPSC is aware of a death of a 5-month-old boy in December 2011 in New York, who was found with his face pressed against the side wall of the tent. The cause of death was not determined.

    Sold At: The travel tents were sold at independent juvenile specialty stores nationwide and online at Amazon.com from January 2005 through the present for between $70 and $100.

  • Courtesy of CPSC

    LaJobi Avalon Glider Rockers and CNS/Katelyn Nursery Solution Glider Rockers

    Date: November 8, 2012

    Category: Cribs, Beds & Furniture

    The Danger: The base of the glider rocker can crack or break, posing a fall hazard. CPSC and the firm have received 26 reports of the Avalon glider rockers breaking. In one incident, the occupant fell to the ground and sustained a minor injury. CPSC and the firm have received two reports of the CNS Box 2 glider rocker breaking with no injuries.

    Sold At: The Avalon model was sold at Burlington and other mass retail stores nationwide and online at Amazon.com, Target.com and Walmart.com from December 2009 to October 2012 for about $170. The CNS Box 2 / Katelyn model was sold exclusively online at Walmart.com from November 2011 to October 2012 for about $135.

  • Britax Boulevard, Pavilion, and Advocate Convertible Car Seats

    Date: November 6, 2012

    Company/Brand: Britax Child Safety, Inc.

    The Danger: These seats were manufactured with a softer chest pad material that may be bitten or chewed into pieces by a child using the seat. If the child bites off a piece of the softer pad, it could be a choking hazard, resulting in injury or death.

  • Courtesy of CPSC

    Atico International Halloween Mini Projection Lights

    Date: November 1, 2012

    Company/Brand: Atico International USA Inc.

    The Danger: The mini projection lights can overheat and melt, posing a burn hazard to consumers. Atico International USA has received two reports of incidents, including one minor burn injury.

    Sold At: Five Below stores nationwide during September 2012 for $1.25.

  • Courtesy of CPSC

    Trend Lab Children's Upholstered Chairs

    Date: October 18, 2012

    Company: Trend Lab, LLC

    The Danger: Staples in the binding on the back of the chair may come loose, posing a laceration or choking hazard if swallowed. No incidents or injuries have been reported.

    Sold at: Online at trend-lab.com, Amazon.com, BabiesRUs.com, Target.com, Walmart.com and Seussland.com, as well as in Buy Buy Baby and other specialty stores from November 2007 to August 2012 for about $100 to $140.

  • Courtesy of CPSC

    Dream On Me Bistro High Chairs

    Date: October 18, 2012

    Company: Dream On Me Inc.

    The Danger: The front openings between the tray and seat bottom and on the side openings of the high chair between the armrest and seat bottom can allow a child's body to pass through and become entrapped at the neck. This poses a strangulation hazard to young children if the belt is not engaged. In addition, exposed springs between the seat and armrest on both sides of the high chair can create a pinch hazard to the child. No incidents or injuries have been reported.

    Sold at: Americas Kids, Kid Pro USA and independent juvenile specialty stores and online at Toysrus.com between November 2011 and September 2012 for about $75.

  • Courtesy of CPSC

    Dream On Me Happy Swing II Infant Swings

    Date: October 18, 2012

    Company: Dream On Me Inc.

    The Danger: The opening between the tray and seat or the grab bar and seat can allow a child's body to pass through and become entrapped at the neck, posing a strangulation hazard to young children if the belt is not engaged. No incidents or injuries have been reported.

    Sold at: Juvenile products stores and CSN stores nationwide and online at Wayfair and Amazon.com from October 2010 through September 2012 for between about $80 and $130.

  • Courtesy of CPSC

    ADS Cyclone Swing Seats

    Date: September 27, 2012

    Company: ADS Inc.

    The Danger: The plastic swing seats can break during use, posing a fall hazard to children. The firm has received two reports of incidents involving the swing seats breaking. No injuries have been reported.

    Sold at: Online at the firm's websites SwingSetMall.com and PlaysetParts.com from May 2012 through June 2012 for about $15 without a rope and $30 with a rope.

  • Courtesy of CPSC

    H&M Children's Water Bottles

    Date: September 18, 2012

    Company: H&M Hennes & Mauritz

    The Danger: The water bottle's spout can break off, posing a choking hazard to children. H&M has received one report of an incident in England of the water bottle spout breaking off in a child's mouth as the child was drinking from the bottle. No injuries have been reported.

    Sold at: H&M stores with children's departments nationwide from July 2012 through August 2012 for about $5.

  • Courtesy of CPSC

    Blind Xpress Window Blinds

    Date: September 6, 2012

    Company: Blind Xpress

    The Danger: Blind Xpress custom vertical blinds have an adjustment cord that forms a loop that is not attached to the wall or floor. In some instances, this loop has a weighted device at the bottom. The custom horizontal blinds do not have inner cord stop devices to prevent the accessible inner cords from being pulled out. A child can become entangled in a cord loop and strangle. In 2009, a 2-year-old girl from Commerce Township, Mich. reportedly strangled in the loop of a vertical blind cord that was not attached to the wall or floor.

    Sold at: The blinds were sold at various blind specialty stores in Michigan, Ohio and Indiana from January 1995 through December 2011 for between $16 and $380.

  • Courtesy of CPSC

    Meijer Bicycles

    Date: August 30, 2012

    Company: Meijer Inc.

    The Danger: Pedals on the bicycles can loosen or detach during use, posing a fall hazard to the rider. There are 29 reports of pedals detaching or coming loose during use, including 16 reports of minor injuries.

    Sold at: Meijer stores in Michigan, Ohio, Illinois, Indiana and Kentucky from March 2012 through August 2012 for between $60 to $300. Bicycles sold at Michigan Meijer stores in Cadillac, Gaylord, Petosky and Traverse City are not included in this recall.

  • Courtesy of CPSC

    Summer Infant Baby Bathers

    Date: August 29, 2012

    Company: Summer Infant Inc.

    The danger: When the bather is lifted and/or carried with an infant in it, its folding wire frame can suddenly disengage from the side hinge, dropping the baby out of the bather, posing a fall hazard and a risk of serious head injury to infants. CPSC and Summer Infant have received seven reports of incidents in the U.S., including five reports of infants suffering head injuries from falls from the bathers. Four children between two weeks and two months old received skull fractures, including one that required intensive care for bleeding on the brain. The fifth child received a bump to the head requiring emergency room treatment.

    Sold at: Mass merchandise stores nationwide and on the Web from September 2004 through November 2011 for between $15 and $30.

  • Courtesy of CPSC

    CareBears Pacifiers

    Date: August 23, 2012

    Company: IDM Group LLC

    The danger: About 119,000 pacifiers have been recalled. The pacifiers fail to meet federal safety standards. The nipples can separate from the base, posing a choking hazard to young children. No incidents or injuries have been reported.

    Sold at: Various discount and dollar stores, Walmart Puerto Rico, children's apparel stores and Consolidated Stores nationwide from October 2009 through June 2012 for about $1.

  • Courtesy of CPSC

    Energizer Rotating Night Lights

    Date: August 22, 2012

    Company: Energizer

    The danger: The night lights can overheat and smoke, posing a burn hazard to consumers. Energizer has received nine reports of the night lights overheating, including three reports of minor property damage. No injuries have been reported.

    Sold at: Target stores nationwide from February 2010 through July 2012 for about $6.

  • Courtesy of CPSC

    Babylicious Cloth Crib Fringe

    Date: August 16, 2012

    Company: Babylicious Products Inc.

    The danger: The narrow fabric strip connecting individual fabric triangles presents a strangulation hazard to young children. No incidents or injuries have been reported.

    Sold at: Online and at specialty children's product retailers from January 2006 through May 2012 for about $24.

  • Courtesy of CPSC

    PBteen Beadboard Bunk Beds

    Date: August 16, 2012

    Company: PBteen, a division of Williams-Sonoma Inc.

    The danger: The front upper horizontal panel on the bunk beds can crack or break, posing a risk of injury to the consumer. PBteen has received 13 reports of panels that have cracked or broken. No injuries have been reported.

    Sold at: PBteen.com and through the PBteen catalog nationwide from January 2008 to April 2009 for the Sun Valley white and Sun Valley honey models, and October 2011 to February 2012 for the dark espresso, chestnut and white models. The bunk beds were sold for between $1,700 and $2,000.

  • Courtesy of CPSC

    Bumbo Baby Seats

    Date: August 15, 2012

    Company: Bumbo International Trust

    The danger: Babies can maneuver out of or fall from the Bumbo seat, posing a risk of serious injuries. CPSC and Bumbo International know of at least 50 incidents after the October 2007 voluntary recall in which babies fell from a Bumbo seat while it was being used on a raised surface. Nineteen of those incidents included reports of skull fractures. CPSC and Bumbo International are aware of an additional 34 post-recall reports of infants who fell out or maneuvered out of a Bumbo seat used on the floor or at an unknown elevation, resulting in injury. Two of these incidents involved reports of skull fractures, while others reported bumps, bruises, and other minor injuries.

    Sold at: Sears, Target, Toys R Us (including Babies R Us), USA Babies, Walmart, and various other toy and children's stores nationwide, and various online sellers, from August 2003 through August 2012 for between $30 and $50.