January 28, 2003
- Beanbag Chairs Recalled by Baseline Design
May 8, 2002
- Baseline Design Recall of Bean Bag Chairs
Baseline Design of Linwood, Pa., is voluntarily recalling about 30,000 bean bag chairs. The bean bag chairs are designed with 12-inch double zippers in various types of motifs: a smiley face, a football-shape, a baseball-shape, a basketball-shape and solid neon green, yellow, pink and blue neon colors. Walmart stores sold the bean bag chairs nationwide from September 1999 through December 1999 for about $30.
April 2, 1996
- Bean Bag Chairs Recall/Repair by Meri-Jon Artist Colony
As part of its ongoing investigation ofzippered bean bag chairs that may present a suffocationhazard, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC)and Meri-Jon Artist Colony of Lexington, N.C., announcedtoday a major cooperative repair program for 150,000zippered bean bag chairs.
July 7, 1995
- Bean Bag Chairs Recalled by 5 Manufacturers
March 16, 1995
- Bean Bag Chairs Recall to Repair
As part of its ongoing investigation of deaths and injuries associated with zippered bean bag chairs, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) announced today a major cooperative repair program for at least 10 million zippered bean bag chairs.
December 1, 1994; Revised April 17, 2002
- Bean Bag Chair Recalled by Baseline Design
In cooperation with the U.S. ConsumerProduct Safety Commission (CPSC), Baseline Design Divisionof Crain Industries Inc. of Fort Smith, Ark., is voluntarilyrecalling about 2.5 million bean bag chairs sold nationwidein retail stores from 1990 through 1994. Young children andtoddlers can suffocate from inhaling the small pellets offoam filling, if they unzip the bean bag chair.