Product Recalls

RECALL: 13 Infant Rocking Sleepers Under Various Brands

13 different Kids II rocking sleepers have been recalled due to safety fears.

Find out which models and brands are affected and what has prompted the product safety recall.

Baby rockers are a wonderful and often versatile item to soothe and calm baby. Especially helpful in the early days, they can provide a safe place for your little one to rest while you grab a well-deserved cuppa or a bite to eat.

However, you don’t want to be using a rocker that could be potentially dangerous. Read on to ensure that you don’t have one of these recalled rocking sleepers.

What brands and models are recalled?

The products have been sold nationally from 1 March 2013 – 1 March 2019 at the following stores: at, Deals Direct, Gray (NSW) Pty Ltd, KG Electronics, Kogan, Target Australia and Toys R Us Australia.

SKU numbers recalled: 10148, 10380, 10568, 10729, 10872, 11063, 11357, 11429, 60130, 60131, 60163, 60327, and 60331.

Under the Ingenuity Brand, the following rocking sleepers have been recalled:
Moonlight Rocking Sleeper Cuddle Giraffe
Moonlight Rocking Sleeper Cuddle Lion
Moonlight Rocking Sleeper Lullaby Lamb
Moonlight Rocking Sleeper Zoo Zoo Zebra
Soothing Light Rocking Sleeper Vesper
Rock N’ Soothe Sleeper Dayton
Rock N’ Soothe Sleeper Moxley
Dream Comfort Automatic Rocking Sleeper Braden
Moonlight Rocking Sleeper Deluxe Emerson

KidsII Ingenuity rocker sleepers recall

Sold under the Bright Starts brand, the following rocking sleepers have been recalled:

Toucan Tango Rocking Sleeper
Playtime to Bedtime
Pretty in Pink Playtime to Bedtime Sleeper

Bright Starts rocker sleeper recall

Sold under the Taggies brand, the following rocking sleeper has been recalled:
Snuggle Me Sleeper Nesting Vine

taggies rocker sleeper recall

What’s the issue?

The product has been deemed potentially dangerous when instructions and warnings are not followed. Infants may roll from their back to their stomach or side if unrestrained.

HAZARD: There is a risk of suffocation if the infant rolls onto its stomach or side while unrestrained or if bedding and blankets are used with the product.

What should consumers do?

If you own one of the recalled rocking sleepers stop using the product immediately.

Contact the manufacturer, Kids II, for recall information and refund procedures.

Call 1800 011 276 (Monday to Friday, 8am – 5pm AEST) or send an email to

For further information visit:

Note: Consumers will be asked to render the product unusable and to take and provide a photograph as proof.


Avatar of Leanne Philpott

A former Sydneysider, she turned her ideas of a sea change into reality and now lives with her family in beautiful South-West WA. A lover of yoga and travel, like most mums, she’s on a quest to create a better work-life balance. When she’s not pulling socks out from behind the sofa or sponging little hand prints off the walls, she’s in the kitchen trying to dream up exciting lunch box ideas for her three cheeky monkeys.

1 Comment

  1. Avatar of Rebecca H

    Great to know! Safety comes first always. Thank you for the article.

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