Graco Recalls 38,000 Highchairs After 5 Children Are Injured
The Table2Table highchair, which was sold exclusively at Walmart, has defective rear legs that can cause it to fall over.
Earlier today, Atlanta-based Graco announced the voluntary recall of its Table2Table 6-in-1 Highchair due to defective rear legs that, when pivoted out of position, can lead the chair to topple. So far, the company has received 38 incidents of wobbly legs and five reports of “children falling out, resulting in minor bumps and bruises.” This is the second high chair recalled this year, as Skip Hop was forced to call in almost 12,000 of its Tuo Convertible High Chairs in January.
The Table2Table 6-in-1 (model number 1969721) is a popular high chair that converts from infant chair to booster seat to toddler chair and table. According to the Consumer Products Safety Commission, the recall affects 38,200 units (including 3,200 in Canada) that were sold exclusively at Walmart between October 2016 and December 2017 for around $100. The chair’s cushion is white with gold and gray polka dots.
Customers who own the Table2Table are encouraged to stop using it immediately and contact Graco at 800-345-4109 or at gracobaby.com (select ‘Product Recalls’) to order a free repair kit.