More than 400,000 Baby Einstein Musical Motion Activity Jumpers have been recalled following numerous reports of injuries. Baby Einstein products are manufactured by Atlanta-based Kids II.
The United States Consumer Product safety Commission has received 100 reports of incidents involving the baby jumpers, including 61 reports of injuries. One seven month old baby suffered a fractured skull. Other injuries that have been reported include a chipped tooth and facial cuts and bruises.
The recalled jumper is a stationary activity center that has a yellow sun toy attached to a flexible stalk. The sun toy can rebound forcefully causing injury.
The recalled toy was sold by Target, Toys R Us, Amazon.com and other merchants between May 2010 and May 2013. The activity center contains the model number “90564” on a tag affixed under the seat.
The CPSC advises consumers who have purchased the toy to stop using it immediately and contact the manufacturer for a replacement part.
Clark, Perdue & List represent parents of children injured by defective or dangerous toys.
“Baby Einstein Activity Jumpers recalled amid injury reports” CBS News, July 24, 2013