Dream On Me Bath Seats, Bed Rails Recall: Unsafe for Infants

A recall has been issued for infant bed rails and bath seats made by Dream On Me, Inc., after government officials deemed them unsafe due to a risk drowning and strangulation. 

The Dream On Me Bath Seat recall was announced by the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) on December 6, after at least five incident reports were received, including one near drowning of a 12 month-old baby girl.

The bath seats are being recalled because they do not meet federal safety standards including the requirement for stability, which allows them to tip over easily, posing a drowning hazard to infants.

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About 50,000 Dream On Me bath seats are affected, including Baby Bath Seats, with model numbers 251B, 251O, 251P, and 251Y; Ultra 2 in 1 Infant Bath Tub and Toddler Bath Seat, with model numbers 252B and 252P; and the Niagra Baby Bath Seat, with model numbers 253B, 253G, 253P, and 253Y. The model numbers and a Dream On Me label are located under or near the rear of the bath seats.

The recalled bath seats were sold from July 2012 through September 2012, for between $25 and $40, in small retail stores and online retailers such as Amazon.com and Wayfair.com.

A Dream On Me Bed Rail recall was also announced by the CPSC on December 6, indicating that the bed rails can separate from the mattress, allowing children to become trapped between the mattress and railing, posing a suffocation and strangulation hazard.

About 900 Dream On Me Bed Rails are affected by the recall. The recalled bed rails measure 17 inches high x 41 inches long and have a white metal frame with “Dream on Me” printed on either a blue or pink mesh fabric covering.

The bed rails were sold in small retail stores and online from September 2011 through May 2012 for between $15 and $30.

Both Dream on Me Bed Rails and Bath Seats were manufactured in China and sold by Dream on Me Inc. of South Plainfield, N.J. The CPSC recommends that consumers of the recalled products stop using them immediately and contact Dream On Me at (877) 201-4317 for a full refund on Bed rails or a free replacement bath tub for Bath Seats. Consumers can also visit the website at www.dreamonme.com.

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