BebeLove Baby Walkers Recalled - 47 ABC - Delmarva's Choice

BebeLove Baby Walkers Recalled

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Model 358 Model 358
Model 368 Model 368

WMDT 47 NEWS - A heads up for parents, a company is recalling a baby walker. BebeLove is recalling model style number 358 because they can fit through a standard doorway, and won't stop at the edge of a step, as required by the federal safety standard.

They are also recalling model  368 because the leg openings can allow the child to slip down until the child's head becomes entrapped at the neck. The Consumer Product Safety Commission says babies using these walkers can become seriously injured or killed.

About 3,600 walkers, which were sold in pink, blue, green, and purple in all are being recalled. The products were sold online at Amazon.com and Overstock.com, along with small retail stores in Arizona, California, and Utah, between November 2011 through July 2013, for around $25. Customers with the products, should stop using the recalled baby walkers immediately, and contact BebeLove toll-free at 888-464-1218 for a free repair kit. For more information, visit BebeLove's website, or Consumer Product Safety Commission's website.

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