October 10, 2001
- Safety 1st Fold-Up Booster Seat Recall
In cooperation with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), Safety 1st, of Canton, Mass., is voluntarily recalling about 1.5 million Fold-Up Booster Seats, intended for children who can sit unassisted through about 4 years of age. The top half of the seat inserts can separate, and a child can fall from the chair and be injured.
June 5, 1995
- 3-In-1 Booster Seat Repair/Recall by First Years
In cooperation with the U.S. ConsumerProduct Safety Commission (CPSC), The First Years, Inc., ofAvon, Mass., is announcing a safety repair program forapproximately 41,000 of The First Years 3-In-1 BoosterSeats, Model 4200. The belt sets included with some seatsmay have belts with improperly threaded buckles, or onlyone, rather than two belts to attach the booster seat to afull-size chair. These seats cannot be tightly secured to afull-size chair, and as a result a child may be injured ifthe booster seat tips and falls forward from the chair.
May 3, 1993; Revised June 21, 2001
- Graduate Booster Seats Recalled by Kids II (formerly Pansy Ellen Products)
March 4, 1993
- Kids II (formerly Pansy Ellen Products) Recalls Graduate Booster Seat