ValcoBaby Booster Seats Recalled
ValcoBaby, in cooperation with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, has recalled its booster seats due to a fall hazard.
About the Recall
- The spring button which secures the booster seat can disengage, putting the toddler at risk of falling.
- There have been two reports so far of children falling from the booster seats.
- The seat was sold in various stores, websites, and at valcobaby.com, from June 2011 to June 2012 for $80 to $100.
- Consumers should contact ValcoBaby for a free replacement part.
About the Booster Seat
- The seat comes in black with a white frame.
- The booster seat comes in both single and twin sizes and attaches to the Valco “Tri-Mode” and “Zee” strollers.
- The only affected seats have batch numbers 3111, 7819, 7822 and 7831 and model number TOD1058, TOD9109 and ZEE0649.
- A label on the product frame contains the batch and model numbers.
- For more details on the recall, visit the product's recall site.
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