DaVinci Cribs Recalled – Multiple Hazards
The U.S Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) has recently announced that it has decided to recall 11,000 DaVinci brand cribs due to possible hazards the brand’s cribs create.
About the DaVinci Crib Recall
According to WHNT Channel 19 News, concerns were raised regarding the DaVinci brand’s cribs when complaints began rolling in that the cribs contained faulty metal support brackets.
Apparently, the metal bracket that connects the mattress support system to the crib can be easily broken. Though there have not been any reports of injury due to the bracket, over 5 complaints have been made by consumers concerning the broken bracket.
While there have been no reports of injury, for safety reasons the CPSC has advised that consumers of said crib(s) stop using the product immediately and contact the brand for a free replacement mattress support system. The commission also suggests that consumers with cribs that have already broken brackets contact the CPSC to file a report/complaint.
Description of the Recalled DaVinci Cribs
- The recent recall includes the following DaVinci brand cribs:
- the Reagan crib (#M2801)
- the Emily crib (#M4791)
- the Jaime crib (#M7301)
- the Jenny Lind crib (#M7391)
- Each of the cribs were manufactured and sold to consumers from May 2012 to December 2013.
- The model number, serial number, and the manufacture date of the product can be found on the bottom ride side panel of the crib.