SINGES 3-in-1 high chair and booster seats recalled due to fall hazard; Violations of federal safety regulations for child seats and booster seats; Sold exclusively on Walmart.com; Imported and sold by Shenzhen Yingjieshang Trade

    Product Name:

    SINGES 3-in-1 highchairs and booster seats

    Danger:

    The recalled high chair that converts to a booster seat violates safety regulations for both high chairs and booster seats. Multiple deficiencies were identified, including, but not limited to, inadequate restraint system, stability, static loading, locking and locking mechanisms, leg openings, warnings, labels and literature. The product may fall over or collapse and pose a falling hazard to children.

    Recall date:

    March 7, 2024

    Call up details

    Description:

    This recall concerns SINGES 3-in-1 high chairs and booster seats. The highchair has a light blue seat with cushions, removable legs and an adjustable top that can be converted into a booster seat with shorter legs or wheels. The high chairs were sold in blue and red.

    Remedy:

    Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled highchairs and return them to Walmart for a full refund. Shenzhen Yingjieshang Trade and Walmart will contact all known buyers directly.

    Sold exclusively online:

    Walmart.com from February 2020 to December 2021 for approximately $75.

    Importer(s):

    Shenzhen Yingjieshang Trade Co Ltd, China

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