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Atlanta, GA.-based Kids II, Inc., is recalling nearly 700,000 Rocking Sleepers from major retailers nationwide after at least 5 infants died when the cribs turned over while sleeping, the CPSC has announced. The recall affects all models of Kids II Infant Sleepers, and comes just weeks after a suspiciously similar recall Fisher-Price ordered for a nearly identical product over infant fatalities, CPSC said.
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Consumer Product Safety Commission Recalls Kids II Rocking Sleeper Over Infant Deaths

Since the Kids II Infant Sleeper was approved by the CPSC in 2012, the agency has received at least 5 reports of babies who died after rolling from their backs to their stomachs while unrestrained, or “under other circumstances,” CPSC said.

Affected sleepers were manufactured in China, and distributed across the U.S. to retailers including Walmart, Toys”R” Us, and Target from March 2012 thru April 26, 2019, for between $40 and $80, CPSC said.

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Which Sleepers Are Being Recalled?

The recall affects the following products:

  • legs of an infant10081: Bright Starts Playtime To Bedtime Rocking Sleepers
  • 10126: Rock & Dream Sleeper - Iggy
  • 10127: Ingenuity Rock And Dream Sleeper Lucy
  • 10148: Ingenuity Moonlight Soft Bedding Rocking Sleeper Cuddle Giraffe
  • 10178: Bright Starts Pretty In Pink Playtime To Bedtime Rocking Sleeper
  • 10289: Ingenuity Smartrock Poweradapt Sleeper Cambridge
  • 10292: Ingenuity Rock N' Play
  • 10293: Kids II rocking sleepers
  • 10320: Automatic Rock 'N Soothe Sleeper - Cuddle Lamb
  • 10380: Ingenuity Moonlight Rocking Sleeper Cuddle Lion
  • 10568: Ingenuity Soothing Light Rocking Sleeper Vesper
  • 10729: Bright Starts Toucan Tango Rocking Sleeper
  • 10872: Ingenuity Moonlight Rocking Sleeper Zoo Zoo Zebra
  • 10888: DreamComfort Automatic Rocking Sleeper - Whitley
  • 10890: DreamComfort Soothing Light Rocking Sleeper - Addington
  • 11021: Bright Starts Rocking Sleeper Jungle Bursts
  • 11022: Bright Starts Pretty In Pink Rocking Sleeper Jungle Blooms
  • 11063: Rock n' Soothe Sleeper - Moxley
  • 11164: Ingenuity Moonlight Rocking Sleeper Lullaby Lion
  • 11171: Ingenuity Rock N' Soothe Sleeper SUNNY SNUGGLES
  • 11357: Ingenuity Rock N' Soothe Sleeper DAYTON
  • 11429: Ingenuity Dream Comfort Automatic Rocking Sleeper Braden
  • 11714: DreamComfort Automatic Rocking Sleeper - Anders
  • 11792: Automatic Rock 'n Soothe Sleeper - Nolan
  • 11894: Bright Starts Rocking Sleeper - Jungle Garden
  • 11895: Bright Starts Rocking Sleeper - Evening Safari
  • 11962: Automatic Rock 'n Soothe Sleeper - Flora the Unicorn
  • 12115: Automatic Rock N Soothe Sleeper – Nolan - Display
  • 60130: Taggies Snuggle Me Sleeper Nestling Vine
  • 60131: Bright Starts Playtime To Bedtime Sleeper
  • 60163: Bright Starts Pretty In Pink Playtime To Bedtime Sleeper
  • 60327: Ingenuity Moonlight Rocking Sleeper Deluxe Emerson
  • 60328: Disney Baby/Bright Starts Bows & Butterflies Sleeper Minnie Mouse
  • 60329: Disney Baby Rock n Play Sleeper
  • 60331: Ingenuity Moonlight Rocking Sleeper Lullaby Lamb
  • 60401: Bright Starts Playtime To Bedtime Sleeper Playful Pinwheels
  • 60600: Ingenuity Fisher Price Moonlight Rocking Sleeper Deluxe Winslow
  • 60635: Ingenuity Fisher Price Moonlight Rocking Sleeper Deluxe Seneca
  • All cloth component parts of the models identified above

If you purchased one of the affected sleepers, you should stop using it immediately, and contact Kids II for information about a replacement.

Fisher Price Inclined Sleepers: Why Are They So Risky?

mother taking care of a babyThe CPSC announced that a new study confirms babies should sleep on a recommended firm, flat surface.

The agency has received at least 1,108 incident reports related to inclined sleeping products that occurred between January 2005 and June 2019. Unfortunately, this number includes 73 infant deaths.

The agency hired a mechanical engineer who specializes in biomechanics as an independent expert to conduct the study. Erin Mannen, Ph.D. works in this area at the Medical Sciences division of the University of Arkansas.

Dr. Mannen conducted infant testing in order to evaluate the design of inclined sleeping products.

They performed the study by measuring muscle movements and oxygen saturation with infants who were placed in a variety of products and positions; flat crib, inclined crib, and several other inclined sleep products. None of the inclined products tested safe for infant sleep.

The report concludes that products with inclines of 10 degrees or less, that are on flat and rigid surfaces, are most likely the safest for infant sleep.

Additionally, plush-like sleeping surfaces pose a danger to infants.

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