If you own a Fisher-Price 2-in-1 Soothe 'n Play Glider, you should stop using it immediately.
Fisher-Price is recalling the glider after reports of four infant deaths associated with a similar product sold in North America. In these cases, the infants were reportedly placed on their backs unrestrained in the product and later found on their stomachs.
There have been no reports of serious injuries or deaths in the 2-in-1 Soothe 'n Play Gliders, but Fisher-Price is asking all customers to stop using the product immediately and arrange a return.
Read on to find out what to do if you own this product.
Fisher-Price has recalled the following two models:
These products were previously stocked at Argos, Amazon and Smyths Toys. You can check the product number on the underside of the base.
If you own this product, you should stop using it immediately and return it to Fisher-price for a full refund.
To arrange the return, you'll need to contact Fisher-Price using the following details:
Only certain parts of the rocker (the seat pad and seat back) need to be returned. Fisher-Price says that it will send a mailing bag within 14 days, along with detailed instructions on how to return these parts.
You'll need to keep the rest of the product until the refund has been issued. Once you've received the refund, the rest of the product can be disposed of.
Fisher-Price has said that there is nothing more important than the safety of its products and the trust families put in them, and it is because of that commitment to safety it's voluntarily recalling the product even though there have been no reports of serious injuries or deaths in respect of it.
Follow these tips to keep your little one safe and reduce the risk of injuries: