BeSafe has issued a recall for their BeSafe iZi Go X1 infant seat when used in conjunction with the ISOFIX base. The seat is safe if used with a baseless vehicle seat belt installation. Affected Seats iZi Go X1 infant seats with serial numbers between ZG0247548 and ZG(0)270529 are affected. The ISOFIX base itself is
Update October 22, 2019 WAYB has expanded the recall to include Pico Travel Car Seats manufactured between Feb 1st 2019 and Aug 23rd 2019. The Issue WAYB has issued a recall for their Pico. The aluminum tubular frame on the Pico’s headrest can break, allowing the headrest to detach. The Fix WAYB will replace their
Recalls are an inevitable part of life for people who own products. That’s pretty much all of us. We’ve talked about what car seat recalls are and why they’re important. We also work diligently to crank out articles about each car seat recall along with instructions on how to resolve the issue as soon we
Clek has issued a public notice for the Clek Oobr in the Noire fabric..
This recall applies to Canada only.
Chicco has issued a recall for the Keyfit 30 infant car seat.
This recall applies to Canada only. Harmony has issued a recall for the Optyma combination car seat. Issue: the harness straps can be positioned incorrectly on the splitter plate. This issue could potentially result in the straps being loosened or unsecured. Date range: This issue applies to Optyma car seats made between December 27, 2017
Harmony has issued a recall for their Big Boost Deluxe booster seat due to the possibility of excessive force on the child’s chest in the event of a crash.
This recall applies to Canada only. UPPAbaby has issued a recall for incorrect handle position on labeling for affected Mesa car seats made between October 17 to March 21, 2017. The handle should only be positioned in the front position (one position forward from the carry position) in the vehicle. UppaBaby will provide corrected labels
Diono has issued a recall for some Radian, Olympia, Pacifica, and Rainier car seats made between 2013 and 2017. When installed with the lap belt only these seats may not perform properly in a crash.
Britax has issued a recall for chest clips for affected seats made between November 1, 2015 and May 31, 2017. The center button for the chest clip may break off, causing a potential choking hazard. Britax will send out a new chest clip with instructions on how to replace it.