Recall Round-Up: August 16, 2019

Recall RoundUp

Recall Round-Up: August 16, 2019

This edition of Recall Round-Up covers the many infant and children items that have recently been recalled. If you have purchased any of these items recently, please stop using them and make note of the directions on how to return the item for a refund or get a replacement.

  • The Boppy Company

    The Boppy Company recalled nearly 24,000 of their Infant head and Neck Support accessory late last month. The accessory is intended for use with infant swings, bouncers and strollers. This item may be overstuffed and cause your infant’s head to tilt too far forward, risking suffocation. Available in two styles, Ebony Floral and Heathered gray, these accessory were sold at Target, Buy Buy Baby and other children’s retail stores from March 2019-May 2019 for $20. The Boppy Company asks consumers to contact them at 888-772-6779 or visit the recall section of their website

  • Stokke Steps Bouncer

    Stokke Steps recalled the Stokke Steps Bouncer recently due to a possible fall hazard. The bouncer was made to attached to the Stokke Steps Chair, however consumers reported issue with the bouncer actually attaching. Stokke recalled over 5,000 of the bouncers and have issued a repair kit for these specific item numbers: 483201, 483202, 483203, 483204, 483205. To double-check your item number and register to receive the repair kit, visit the Stokke recall website here.

  • Eddie Bauer and Disney Inclined Sleeper

    Dorel Juvenile Group USA recalled 24,000 Eddie Bauer Slumber and Sooth Rock Bassinets and the Disney Baby Doze and Dream Bassinets. These inclined sleepers are part of a nationwide surge of manufacturers recalling inclined sleepers due to numerous infant fatalities. Unrestrained infants have been able to roll on their stomach or side while sleeping in the product and have suffocated and died. These sleepers were sold at retail stores such as Target, TJ Maxx, Marshalls and Ross from November 2014 thru February 2017. Dorel requests consumers stop using the product and contact them at 877-657-9546 for more information on how to receive a refund.

  • Super Jumper Trampolines

    Super Jumper recalled 23,000 14 foot trampolines due to a potential fall and injury hazard. The manufacturer received 97 reports of the metal legs breaking during use resulting in 4 minor injuries. The manufacturer is issuing a repair kit free of charge that will reinforce the clamps around the railing joints for increase stability and safety. The trampolines, both 14 and 16 foot with enclosures, were sold exclusive online through Wayfar, Amazon, Hayneedle and Overstock for $200-$400. Consumers should contact Super Jumper at 866-757-3636 for more information on how to receive the complimentary repair kit.


If you’ve been injured as a result of a recalled product, please contact us today. We also encourage anyone to visit the US Consumer Product Safety Commission and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration websites to file formal complaints about potential safety hazards.

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