CPSC Issues Comfi Baby Infant Walker Injury Warning Over Fall, Entrapment Risks

Recalled infant walkers should be discarded immediately, CPSC indicates the seller is unable to offer refunds or replacements to consumers.

Federal safety officials are warning parents to avoid using Comfi Baby Infant Walkers sold exclusively on Amazon.com, due to design defects that pose fall and entrapment risks to babies. However, the manufacturer is no longer in operation, so neither replacement devices or refunds are currently being offered.

The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) announced the Comfi Baby Infant Walker warning on March 21, indicating the product design violates federal safety regulations for infant walkers, since they are able to fit through doorways, lack the ability to stop at the edge of a step, and have leg openings large enough for an infant’s head to become entrapped.

Each of these design defects pose serious safety hazards, leading the agency to indicate that they should no longer be used. CPSC officials issued a violation notice to the seller, All Merchandise of Charlotte, North Carolina. However, they indicate the company is not currently available to offer any remedy to consumers.

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Comfi Baby Infant Walker Warning

The warning impacts all Comfi Baby Infant Walkers. which were sold exclusively on Amazon.com from October 2022 through March 2023 for about $100.

The infant walkers are available in pink or teal frames, adjustable in height, and feature a gray seat and a gray tray with toy attachments. They are labeled with “Comfi Baby” on the push handle and top frame, the letter “M” on the bottom front frame, and “Babywalker” stitched on the seat back. A label stitched on the back of the seat displays the Amazon Standard Identification Number (ASIN) B0BFJNQSW7, along with seller details: All Merchandise LLC/Comfi Baby, 1313 Clayford Ridge, Charlotte, North Carolina 28215, with batch# RWPBELLA 11-22.

Because the manufacturer is no longer in operation, the CPSC indicates it intends to directly notify known purchasers of the problem. It is unclear whether Amazon.com will offer any refund or replacement for consumers.

Consumers are urged to immediately stop using and dispose of the Comfi Baby Infant Walkers, and are encouraged to report any incidents or injuries related to use of the infant walkers to www.SaferProducts.gov.


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