September 18, 2000
- Baby Hammocks Recalled by Hamacas
Hamacas, of Yelm, Wash., recalled 53 baby hammocks. The baby hammocks are 6-foot-long mini-hammocks. They are woven from thin cotton strings with nylon end strings in solid or multi-striped colors. The label attached to the end loop reads, "WOVEN BY HAND AND MADE IN YUCATAN MEXICO." Hamacas sold these hammocks on their web site as model number HA005 from January through April 2000 for about $20.
May 10, 2000
- Wooden Stacking Toys, Baby Hammocks & Candle Holders Recall
August 8, 1996
- Mini-Hammocks Recalled
In cooperation with the U.S. Consumer Product SafetyCommission (CPSC), EZ Sales of Gardena, Calif., Twin Oaks Hammock Companyof Louisa, Va., and Safesport Manufacturing Company of Chapin, S.C., arerecalling 75,000 light-weight, net mini-hammocks that do not have spreaderbars. Some EZ Sales hammocks were marketed using the "Hang Ten" label andtrademark.
May 16, 1996
- Mini-Hammocks Recalled by 10 Manufacturers
December 14, 1995
- Mini-Hammock Recalled by Consolidated Stores
In cooperation with the U.S. ConsumerProduct Safety Commission (CPSC), Consolidated StoresCorporation of Columbus, Ohio, is recalling 26,000 mini-hammocks, which do not have spreader bars to hold thehammock bed open. Without spreader bars, children can becomeentangled and strangle while getting in or out of ahammock.
April 12, 1994
- American Camper NY90 Rope Hammocks Recalled by Nelson Weather-Rite
June 10, 1985; Revised August 27, 2001
- Infant "Crib Cuddle" Recalled by Century & Product Source