Baby Einstein Recall: Activity Jumper Injures Children

More than 400,000 Baby Einstein Activity Jumpers have been recalled due to a injury hazard.

The recalls apply to the Baby Einstein Musical Activity Jumper and is due to a toy attachment on the apparatus. The sun attachment on the jumper reportedly rebounds with some force and is a danger to infants and children.

The Consumer Product Safety Commission said today that it has received more than 100 complaints from consumers who bought the product, reporting in excess of 60 injuries to infants.

The Baby Einstein recall definitely hasn’t come too late. The Safety Commission said that they have received reports of bruising, facial injuries, and even a cracked skull in one case.

The model recalled due to the defect is specifically the Baby Einstein Musical Motion Activity Jumpers, model number: 90564. The model number can be found on a tag under the seat of the jumper.

The specific model being recalled by the company was sold between May 2010 and May 2013, at a recommended retail price of $90. It was sold at Toys”R”Us and Target and via Amazon.com as well as other retail outlets.

If you suspect that you have purchased this particular product or know anyone who has, you should stop using the activity jumper immediately.

The company who supplies the product are Kids II, and they can be contacted toll free to request a replacement sun toy attachment that isn’t defective. Tel: (877) 325-7056. More specific information can be obtained about the Baby Einstein recall at this link.