Purchasing a baby swing or walker is a rite-of-passage for new parents. Unfortunately,
those big purchases can turn into big mistakes.
Make sure these recalled swings and walkers aren't hiding in plain sight.
Where did you get your infant swing and walker? Although some parents buy new, many receive them as
hand-me-downs from friends or family.
Even more parents purchase them second-hand at garage sales,
flea markets or even Ebay. New and old swings can be found on the list below. If your swing has been
recalled in the last 8 years, chances are it's listed here.
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Baby Swing Recall
Amby Baby Motion Beds two fatalities
Rainforest Infant Swing by Fisher-Price
Toddler Outdoor Swings by Step 2
Travel Lite Portable Swing by Graco
Baby Trend Swings at Toys R Us
Smart Response Swings by Fisher-Price
2-in-1 Snug'n Secure Outdoor Swings by Little Tykes
Lift and Lock Outdoor Swings by Fisher-Price
See the complete list of recalled swings by requesting your free Swing Recall Report.
Toy walkers contribute to over 3000 infant injuries (and several deaths) every year.
In almost all of
these cases, the injury or death was caused by an infant accidentally pushing himself down a flight of
In 1997 the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) revised its product standards for baby walkers,
requiring that walkers be wider than a standard doorframe and have special features that stop it at the
Baby walker-related injuries to babies under 15 months have declined over 60% since then. In 1995 the
injury rate was 20,100 and in 2000 it was only 7,400.
However, sadly not all manufacturers have complied
to these new standards. Below is the list of those who did not meet those standards and were recalled.
Walkers made by Sun Tech Enterprises
Baby Walkers from Le Hing
Walkers by My Way
Tank, Monkey and Car Themed Walkers by Bike Pro
Dog Themed Walker by Ace Han
Walker by SunTome
Classic Walker Wagon by Radio Flyer
Walker by Big Save International
Walkers by PlayKids USA
See the complete list of recalled swings by requesting your free Walker Recall Report.