Baby Einstein Activity Jumper Recalled for Injuring 61 Kids

July 24, 2013 — The Consumer Products Safety Commission (CPSC) and Kids II Inc. have issued a voluntary recall of the Baby Einstein Activity Jumper. The problem is that “the ‘sun’ toy attachment on the activity jumper can rebound with force and injure the infant.” At least 61 children have been injured.

According to the CPSC:

“The firm has received 100 reports of incidents including 61 injuries. Reported injuries include bruises, lacerations to the face, a 7 month-old boy who suffered a lineal skull fracture and a chipped tooth to an adult.”

About 400,000 of the products have been sold in the United States, and 8,500 were sold in Canada. The recalled Baby Einstein Musical Motion Activity Jumpers with model number 90564. These products have a baby seat in a large white metal frame that is surrounded by a variety of brightly colored toys. They were sold at Target, Toys R Us, other stores, and online at from May 2010 until May 2013 for about $90.

Kids II recommends that customers with the product should immediately stop using it and contact the company for a replacement toy.

The following date codes indicate a manufacture date prior to November 2011 and are part of the recall: OD0, OE0, OF0, OG0, OH0, OI0, OJ0, OK0, OL0, OA1, OB1, OC1, OD1, OE1, OF1, OG1, OH1, OI1, OJ1 and OK1. The codes can be found on the lower right corner of the label sewn into the back of the blue seat pad.

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