Transport Canada has announced a recall on Canadian Tire Apramo and Kukuxumusu Booster Seats for non compliance with stiffness and flammability requirements.
Consumers who own these booster seats should secure a replacement seat for their child, then return the recalled booster seat to Canadian Tire for a full refund.
Full Text of the Recall
Address: Fl 6h, Unit C16, No.299 Guanghua Road, Ningbo, China, 315103
Tel #: 0574-87856611
Email: [email protected]
Importer and distributor:
Canadian Tire Corporation, Limited
Address: 2180 Yonge Street
Canadian Tire Communications, 416-480-8453, [email protected]
Model Name: NB BOOSTER SEAT
Model Number: 046-6045 (K11-1618CTC)
Model Name: NB BOOSTER PROMO
Model Number: 199-5607 (K11-1631CTC)
Model Name: KUKU BOOSTER BLUE
Model Number: 046-0735 (KU20143CM)
Model Name: KUKU BOOSTER PINK
Model Number: 046-0736 (KU20153CM)
Dates of Manufacture:
Apramo: September 2013 to September 2015
Kukuxumusu: February 2013 to September 2015
Number of Units:
Transport Canada and Canadian Tire Corporation, Ltd wish to inform the public of non-compliances of booster seats imported by Canadian Tire. Specifically, neither the Apramo nor the Kukuxumusu branded booster seats meet the stiffness requirements of theMotor Vehicle Restraint Systems and Booster Seats Safety Regulations. Furthermore, the Kukuxumusu branded booster seats do not conform to the flammability requirements of the Motor Vehicle Restraint Systems and Booster Seats Safety Regulations.
Transport Canada’s compliance testing program revealed these concerns and notified the company. The regulations require booster seats to comply with a test that measures their stiffness. If a booster seat does not meet this requirement, there is an increased risk of injury in the event of a vehicle collision. Additionally, in the event of a vehicle fire, the fabric covers of the Kukuxumusu booster seats may not self-extinguish or may burn too quickly, accelerating the spread of the fire.
Canadian Tire is issuing a consumer recall and a withdrawal order instructing stores to return any remaining units to Canadian Tire Corporation for disposal. Canadian Tire will contact known customers of the affected product and will post signs in stores alerting consumers of the recall and will be issuing refunds to all consumers that return affected models.
Consumers should discontinue use of their product once they have obtained an alternative booster seat and return the affected product to the store. All Canadian Tire stores have been instructed to refund any consumer who returns their booster seat.