Greater Than 85,000 TOMY Highchairs Recalled Over Potential Free Bolts


Toy and nursery product firm TOMY is voluntarily recalling greater than 85,000 excessive chairs offered within the U.S. and Canada due to the danger that the chairs can come free and trigger youngsters to fall. 

In line with the U.S. Shopper Product Security Fee, the bolts used to safe the seat of the highchair to the bottom can turn into free, permitting the seat to detach. The recall applies to all Boon Aptitude highchairs manufactured earlier than September 2016, in addition to all Boon Aptitude Elite highchairs.

“Consumers should stop using the recalled highchairs immediately and contact TOMY for a free repair kit,” the CPSC wrote. “Consumers will receive a set of bolts and split and flat washers to repair the recalled highchair.”

A TOMY Boon Aptitude Elite Highchair. 

U.S. Shopper Product Security Fee

TOMY obtained 34 stories of the chair separating from the bottom, which resulted in 24 falls that brought on 11 accidents that included bruising or scratches, the company mentioned.

In line with the corporate, about 83,000 of the recalled models had been offered within the U.S., and one other 2,850 in Canada.

Highchairs on the firm’s web site listing the age vary of the merchandise to be for youngsters from 6 months to three years outdated.


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