Check your car seats, mums and dads. A new recall is out on three convertible car seats due to incorrect safety labelling. 

If your little ones use a Kidstar or Norluc car seat, or a convertible pram seat, then you may be entitled to a full refund.

Product Safety Australia has issued a nationwide recall on Kidstar Safety Car Seat and Norluc Baby Car Seat. The Kidstar Safety Car Seat is designed for children nine months up to 12 years while the Norluc Baby Car Seat is designed for children three to 12 years old. 

The Convertible Jogger Baby Seat  has integrated wheels and is part of a portable travel system for infants that converts from baby car seat to rocker and pram.

The seats, in various colours and designs, were sold in the Saint Constance eBay store between August and December 2017.

child car seat recall Kidstar and Norluc baby car seat

What’s the problem?

According to PSA, “The product does not comply with numerous user instructions and labelling requirements”.

Due to the inadequate instructions and labelling, the product may be used incorrectly, “posing an increased risk of injury to the occupant if the vehicle is in an accident”. 

Saint Constance car baby seat and pram seat recall

 

What should you do?

The PSA advises parents to stop using the products immediately. If you have these baby and child seats in your car, contact Saint Constance Pty Ltd on 03 9763 9986 to arrange the return of the product and a full refund.

The recall affects all Kidstar Safety Car Seats, Norluc Baby Car Seats and convertible jogger baby seatssold between 10 August 2017 and 1 December 2017, online.

Kidstar and Norluc child car seat recall notice

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Born and raised in Canada, Jenna now lives in Far North Queensland with her tribe. When the mum-of-three is not writing, you can find her floating in the pool, watching princess movies, frolicking on the beach, bouncing her baby to sleep or nagging her older kids to put on their pants.

1 Comment

  1. Baby equipment I would never buy on-line, especially from overseas. Unless it states the Australian Standards legal details it shouldn’t even be advertised here.

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