Recall: BebeLove Baby WalkersElizabeth Keefe |12, February 2014
It's time to check your baby's walker for safety. On February 6, 2014, BebeLove®, located in Pico Rivera, California, recalled its baby walkers due to failure to comply with federal safety standards. The risks include the walkers (and babies) falling or becoming entrapped in the walker. The walkers were sold at smaller stores in Utah, Arizona, and California as well at online at Amazon.com and Overstock.com.
Federal requirements require that all baby walkers be designed to stop when reaching the edge of a step in order to prevent the walker (and your baby) from toppling down stairs. Model number 358 fails to meets this regulation which could harm your baby if the product is used.
Additionally, model number 368's leg openings are wide enough for your baby to slip through causing him or her to get entrapped at the neck.
Models Included in the Recall
To see if you have one of these walkers, check the bottom of the base to find the model number.
Model number 358 (white toy bar)
- Pink Base with White Tray
- Blue Base with White Tray
- Green Base with White Tray
Model number 358 (yellow toy bar)
- Blue Base with Yellow Tray
- Pink Base With White Tray
- Purple Base with Pink Tray
Both model numbers contain defects that could injure or kill a baby. If you have one of the models listed below, please to stop using the baby walker immediately and contact BebeLove® for a free repair kit by calling toll-free at (888) 464-1218, Monday through Friday from 9 am to 5 pm PT.
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