An urgent recall is being made for three popular high chairs sold at multiple retail stores including Baby Bunting, Big W and Target.
The chairs, all made by CNP Brands, are being recalled over a defect in the plastic casing at the top of the chair leg.
The casing is prone to cracking or breaking, which could cause the chair legs to twist and the chair to become unstable.
“If the plastic shell breaks or cracks and the chair legs becomes unstable, this could result in the chair collapsing, increasing the risk of injury to small children,” the recall notice by Product Safety Australia read.
The three models affected by the recall are the Bebecare Pod Nui High Chair, the Childcare Pod High Chair and the Childcare Coda High Chair. Several different colours are affected.
The chairs were available for purchase between January 13, 2016, and November 2, 2018, from Big W, Baby Bunting, Target, Amazon, catch.com.au and Baby Junction.
For model numbers and more information visit the Product Safety website.
Customers can check if their high chair is affected by reviewing the product details beside the barcode, which is located under the chair’s plastic seat.
A supportive cross brace kit to strengthen the chair will be sent to all customers who register at www.safetymatterscnp.com.au with installation instructions at no extra cost.
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