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Dream On Me High Chair Recall – Strangulation, Fall Hazard

Mary Wolff2 years ago

The Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) reports Dream On Me has issued a recall for over 2,800 high chairs due to a strangulation and fall hazard. 

About the Dream On Me High Chair Recall

While no injuries have been reported, the potential for serious injury is overwhelming. The opening in the high chair where the legs rest has enough room to allow a child’s body to pass through. The child may become entrapped at the neck which could create a strangulation hazard. The gap in the opening also creates a fall hazard for children. The CPSC advises consumers to stop use immediately. Consumers can contact Dream On Me for a repair kit to ensure the high chair is safe for young children.

Description of Recalled High Chairs

Information is provided by CPSC.

  • The recall is specifically for Dream On Me Dinah high chairs. They are made with an open-framed base of steel and powder coated tubing. The chairs have white plastic foot grips and the seats have fabric that is either black with white trim or red with white trim. The recalled high chair has a white plastic tray and a white fabric adjustable safety strap.
  • “Dream On Me” is located on the front of the tray on a label.
  • There is a color-coordinated, depending on the color of the seat, fabric storage bin attached to the bottom of the chair.  
  • The high chair is a foldable model for easier storage.
  • The high chairs were sold at Walmart.com and Amazon.com beginning in November 2012 until November 2013. The chairs cost approximately $60.

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