CaTeam Recalls Canvas Baby Hammock Swings: Violation of Safe Sleep for Babies Act and Suffocation Hazard
CaTeam has issued a recall for its Canvas Baby Hammock Swings due to safety concerns and a violation of the Safe Sleep for Babies Act. The inclined sleeper feature of the product, marketed for infant sleep, exceeds the permitted incline angle of 10 degrees, posing a suffocation hazard. This article provides detailed information about the recall, including the description of the product, the potential hazards, and the steps consumers should take.
The Canvas Baby Hammock Swings, manufactured and distributed by CaTeam, have been recalled as they violate the Safe Sleep for Babies Act. The incline angle of the sleeper exceeds the allowed limit of 10 degrees. This violation poses a suffocation hazard to infants who may roll from their back to their stomach or side while unrestrained or under other circumstances. Inclined sleepers are considered banned hazardous products.
Consumers who have purchased the recalled Canvas Baby Hammock Swings should immediately discontinue their use. CaTeam is offering a full refund to affected customers and providing instructions on how to properly dispose of the product. The company is actively contacting known purchasers, and consumers can also reach out to CaTeam collect at 206-607-8266 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. ET, Monday through Friday. Additionally, they can visit the recall information page on the CaTeam website (https://cateam.store/pages/recall) or www.cateam.store and click on “Recall” at the top of the main page for further details.
The recalled Canvas Baby Hammock Swings are wooden and cloth swings with adjustable height settings. They were sold in various colors, including ivory, taupe gray, gray, dark gray, blue, ochre, green, and pink. The hammock swings feature a stitched label with the brand name “CaTeam.”
The recalled baby hammock swings were sold online on the CaTeam website (cateam.store) and Amazon.com between November 2022 and January 2023. The price range for the swings was between $70 and $100.
Paragraph 6: CaTeam, based in Oak Harbor, Washington, is the distributor of the Canvas Baby Hammock Swings. The swings were manufactured in China.
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Victims who have experienced harm or injury as a result of using the recalled Canvas Baby Hammock Swings may consider filing a product liability lawsuit. In cases involving defective products, it is crucial for victims to seek the expertise of an experienced product liability attorney. These attorneys understand the complexities of product liability laws and can navigate the legal process to help victims obtain compensation for their damages.
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