Evenflo Recalls Booster Seats Due to Harness Loosening

Evenflo is recalling 29,742 child booster seats due to reports of children accessing the button that loosens the harness, potentially exposing the child to injury in the event of a crash.

About the Evenflo Booster Seat Recall

According to Evenflo, the voluntary recall is due to the ease of which children can affect the tightness of the safety harness. A button controls the looseness or tightness of the harness, and children in the seat have access to the button and, without the knowledge of the caregiver, can loosen the harness on their own.

Consumers and owners of the recalled booster seats can expect a notice from Evenflo if they registered the booster seat, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). Evenflo will provide a replacement harness adjustment button assembly and instructions free of charge if contacted. Consumers are advised not to return the child seat to retailers.

No injuries have been reported in regards to the recalled booster seats. The recall is expected to start on September 26.

Description of the Recalled Evenflo Booster Seats

The recall includes certain Evolve 3-in-1 Combination Booster seats. Booster seats with the following model number and manufactured dates are affected:

  • Model number 34411700 (US); manufactured between February 26, 2015 and February 9, 2016.
  • Model number 34411700C (Canada); manufactured prior to February 9, 2016.
  • Model number 34411741 (US); manufactured between May 27, 2015 and February 9, 2016.
  • Owners of the recalled booster seats can learn more at Evenflo’s recall notice page.
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