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PRODUCT RECALL: Childcare Snuggle Time Bedside Sleeper

Do you use a co-sleeper for baby? CNP Brands has just issued a safety recall for the Childcare Snuggle Time Bedside Sleeper.

There is some concern that a malfunction may cause an unsafe sleeping position.

The affected co-sleeping bassinets were sold nationally at Baby Bunting stores between May 2017 and September 2018.

The issue

Product Safety Australia says the drop-side bassinet mattress base may lean very slightly left to right, towards the drop down side (the co-sleeper function side of the product).

This slight incline can may cause a baby using the bassinet to roll if the unit is not set up correctly, placed on an uneven surface or have a manufactured variation of 1.5 degrees. SIDS recommendations are for infants to ALWAYS be put to sleep on their back.

There have been no reports of injuries to babies. The problem only affects some models of the co-sleeper:

Model number: 036310-356

Design: Storm Cloud

Barcode number: 9314824024786

What should consumers do?

“Consumers should test their unit and if the unit is not level, contact the distributor for a replacement mattress cover, which can be placed over the existing mattress of the product to ensure that any impacted units lay flat as intended,” the recall notice says.

This video shows how parents can test to make sure their Snuggle Time co-sleeper is safe for baby.

For more information, contact CNP Brands on1800 656 743 (Mon-Fri 8:30am-6:30pm) or via email at ad***@cn*******.au

More information can be found at CNP Brands website

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  1. Avatar of J Thompson

    Jeep renegade middle seat belt in the back seat. needs to be inside the cushioned seat . Its hard lump of plastic which has bruised my child during an accident 23rd June 2018. It really does need to recalled and sorted out properly.
    Bruising by seat belts during an accident I can understand by the belt strap but not the unneccessary bulky plastic. In othe jeeps and other cars models they are usually placed inside the cushion of the back seat. Needs to be recallex and made more comfy so other little children don’t get hurt on the same thing.

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