Have you recently purchased a Skip Hop Tuo Convertible High Chair for your tot?
If so, it’s important you double check the date code stamped on your bub’s chair. Skip Hop and Product Safety Australia have both just issued a national recall on the popular high chair.
According to Product Safety Australia, the Skip Hop Tuo Convertible Chair poses a potential fall risk if the legs detach from the seat of the high chair. This could cause a series injury to your infant or toddler.
Voluntary recall on Skip Hop chair
The chair is being recalled in Australia as well as the United States, Canada and Mexico.Skip Hop shared this message with their consumers on their website:
“Since our founding, Skip Hop’s operations have been guided by a strong commitment to producing quality products.
After receiving feedback from a small number of parents, we discovered that the Tuo Convertible High Chair in Charcoal could pose a potential safety risk if the leg or legs become detached from the seat. Working closely with the CPSC, we have issued a voluntary product recall on Tuo High Chairs.”
The issue relates to the Skip Hop Tuo Convertible Chair, manufactured by Bloom and Grow Australia Pty Ltd and sold at David Jones and online between December 2016 and September 2017.
The date codes of the affected chairs are as follows:
What should consumers do?
If you’ve purchased this chair, check your date code. If the chair is part of the recall, then consumers can contact June Gray on 0427 729 540 or by email [email protected] Although the product was sold at David Jones and through other retailers, consumers should not return the product to the shop.
The product will be replaced immediately once a photograph of the date codes has been sent for verification.