Nap Nanny

July 26, 2010 by staff 

Nap NannyNap Nanny, (CBS) The Consumer Product Safety Commission has recalled 30,000 “Nanny Nap” recliners a portable baby after 4 months of age, Royal Oak, Michigan girl had died in one of the recliners that was being used in a crib .

The boy was found tied to his harness and hanging over the side of the recliner, trapped between it and the bumper from the crib, according to CPSC’s Web site.

The commission and the manufacturer of the product, baby stuff, are aware of other cases in which children, especially those under 5 months old, was caught in or dropped by one of the recliners.

Babies can fall or partially hang over the side of the recliner, even when they are tied into the harness that comes with the product. The risk is greater if the straps of the product are not properly connected to the D rings, or if consumers use a nana nap first generation, which is sold without rings D.

The Nanny nap is designed to sleep, rest and play. It is intended for use on the ground, away from cribs and other products. If the product is used on a desk or other raised surface, a child can fall and suffer a serious head injury.

The nap nannys recalled about 130 were sold in toy and retail stores and children throughout the country and online, including, from January 2009 through July 2010.

Consumers with a nanny nap first generation should stop using the product immediately and contact the company to receive a 80 coupon toward the purchase of a new nanny nap. Those who have a second generation model should stop using the product until they see the product warnings and instructions in the manufacturer’s website.

For more information, call toll-free at Baby Matters (888) 240-4282 between 9 am and 5 pm Monday through Friday ET or visit the website of the company.

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