Convertible Child Restraints Recalled- Choking Hazard
Britax Safety Inc. is recalling three models of their convertible child restraints due to choking hazard.
“If the child bites off a piece of the softer pad, it could be a choking hazard, resulting in injury or death,” Consumer Product Safety Commission.
Soft Material Poses Choking Hazard
According to the official recall notice, the recalled products were made with a soft material that may be bitten off or chewed by small children using the seat. The seats could pose a choking hazard if a piece of the chest pad is bitten off.
Britax will provide owners with new HUGS pads free of charge. The new pads are made from a much firmer material. Owners should remove the hazardous chest pads until new replacement pads have been received.
Description of Recalled Child Seats
- The recall includes roughly 55,455 units.
- The three models being recalled are the Boulevard 70 G3, Advocate 70 G3, and the Pavilion 70 G3.
- The products were manufactured between June 2012 and August 2012.
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