Baby High Chairs

BabyHome USA issued a recall of its baby high chairs.  Apparently, these high chairs pose a “strangulation hazard to young children.”  According to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, “the front opening between the tray and seat bottom of the high chair can allow a child’s body to pass through and become entrapped at the neck.”  This can cause the child to be strangled in the high chair if the child is not strapped in.

Product Information:

  • Product Name: Baby high chairs
  • Manufacturing Company: BabyHome SA., of Sabadell, Spain
  • Importer: BabyHome USA, Inc., of Chester, N.J.
  • Units: About 1,100
  • Places Sold: 
    • Juvenile product stores nationwide
    • USA Baby
    • Magic Beans
    • RC Willey
  • Dates Sold: From March 2012 through February 2013
  • Price of Product: About $150

Click to view pictures of the recalled baby high chairs.

Injuries To Date:

  • There have been no reports of injuries

Free Repair Kit:

If you or a loved one has purchased any of the aforementioned baby high chairs, you should stop using the high chairs immediately.  Furthermore, you should contact BabyHome USA for a free replacement crotch restraint repair kit.

Additional Information:

For information on the recall, consumers can contact BabyHome USA Inc. at (888) 758-5712.  Consumers may also contact the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) by calling (800) 638-2772.

What to Do if You or a Loved One Has Been Harmed by a Recalled Product

If your child has become injured as a result of one of these recalled baby high chairs, you may be entitled to compensation.  Potential damages may include things such as medical bills, property damage, awards for pain and suffering.  Here at, we have experienced attorneys specializing in products liability cases to help you if your child has been injured by a defective product or toy.  Most of the attorneys at offer free initial consultations, so it would be advantageous to speak to a products liability attorney to discuss your potential legal claims.