Following several dozen injuries, the toy company Kids II has issued a major recall of their Baby Einstein Musical Motion Activity Jumper. This should affect approximately forty-thousand consumers in the United States.
The recall is voluntary, and was initiated after Kids II received over one-hundred complaints about the infant jump seat, including 61 cases of confirmed injury to children ranging from cuts and bruises to several cases of severe facial damage and bone displacement. The story first broke on Medical Daily/FoxNews.com.
If you’re not sure you have this particular jumping seat you can contact Kids II at 877-325-7056 during regular business hours, 8am to 5pm (EST).
A toy attachment on the jumping seat, in the shape of a yellow sun, “can rebound with force and injure the infant, posing an impact hazard,” the U.S. Consumer Production Safety Commission has announced.
Kids II says it will replace all defective jumping seats for free, and urged consumers to stop using the infant device immediately.