More than 165,000 Infant Incline Sleepers Recalled Due to Risk of Suffocation

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Four different companies have recalled hundreds of thousands of infant incline sleepers.

Summer Infant, Graco, Delta Enterprises Corp, and Evenflo have all recalled more than 165,000 incline sleep products after it was reported that infants rolled from their back to their stomach or side, presenting a risk of suffocation.

The recall involves about 111,000 Graco Little Lounger Rocking Seats; 3,100 Evenflo Pillo Portable Napper; 46,300 Summer Infant’s SwaddleMe By Your Bed Sleeper; and about 5,900 Delta Enterprise Corp. Deluxe Incline Sleepers.

No deaths or injuries have been reported with the current recall, according to the Consumer Product Safety Commission, but the manufacturers are urging customers to stop using the products and to contact the specific company to be issued a refund.

The products were sold nationwide online though the various merchants’ websites, as well as through retailers including Taregt, Amazon and Walmart.

Back in 2019, millions of Fisher-Price’s Rock ‘n Play Sleepers were recalled due to a link that was found with the product, causing over 30 infant deaths in the span of 10 years.

Parents are advised to use an abundance of caution when picking out or using infant products to ensure that there are no infant fatalities.

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