Yayita Baby Hammocks Recalled

August 29, 2008
Swings & Seats
The Danger:
The hammock can flip over, posing a serious fall hazard and strangulation hazard to infants who get trapped in the seat's restraint straps while upside down.
The recall includes about 100 baby hammocks made of cream-colored canvas that hang from a wooden pole. The hammock measures about 29 x 43 inches. It has three restraint straps with red buckles and is attached to a cushioned pad for the infant. A mounting fixture, also called a fixing set, is sold with the hammock. "La Siesta" is printed on a tag located below the restraint straps. Model number YABP-1 is printed on a white tag sewn into the hammock's side seam.
Sold At:
FlagHouse Inc.'s catalog, and online at www.flaghouse.com, and at BJ Wholesale Club's Web site, www.bjs.com, from September 2007 through August 2008 for about $90.
What To Do:
Immediately stop using the baby hammock and contact FlagHouse to receive a full refund or credit toward the purchase of another product. For more information, contact FlagHouse at (800) 793-7900 between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. Monday through Friday, or visit their Web site at www.flaghouse.com.
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