Simplicity Recalls More Cribs According To CPSC Baby Bed Warning

The US Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) has announced more Simplicity Recalls of drop side crib models. This follows on the heels of a massive Jardine Enterprises baby bed withdrawal and a recent Simplicity bassinet episode. With September being baby safety month, it is good to know that the CPSC is watching out for possible hazards, but at the same time yet another Simplicity recall scare isn’t helping to reassure parents.

The latest Simplicity recalls involve older drop side cribs. The company has recently been taken over by a new owner, so the recalled baby beds were made by the previous manufacturer. The model numbers involved are 8620, 8745, 8748, 8755, 8756, 8778, 8810, and 8994. These were sold between January 2005 and August 2008. Please read the CPSC report and check with your supplier to make sure that your baby remains safe and sound.

Luckily the major retailers are now getting involved, putting pressure on manufacturers to comply with stricter regulations. If a manufacturer don’t comply, Toys ‘R’ Us will no stock their baby beds. This is a step in the right direction.

If you want to make sure that you receive notification of issues such as the Simplicity recalls, you can join the CPSC’s email alert program.

From the nursery and baby furniture review desk of Rika Susan.

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